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Alexandre Gallery has two locations. The 25 E 73rd Street location has been around for 20 years, and will stay open for private viewings, and American Modernists from the Stieglitz Circle. It will be appointment only. The late 19th early 20th century is a special focus for Alexandre Gallery. Famous artists such as John Marin, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Joseph Stella have paintings on display at the 73rd Street location.
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Alexandre Gallery opened its new location at 291 Grand Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan on September 9, 2021 with Lois Dodd doing a one-person exhibition. The gallery has 2,000 square feet, and was previously used by James Cohan.
The Alexandre gallery has been opened for many years, so it’s no surprise that people come from around the world to see what paintings they have on display. The gallery has recently opened a new location. Visiting the Alexandre gallery is an experience like no other. Visitors are usually in awe of the beautiful paintings. The art is vibrant and artistic. It’s a must see if you are in New York City!
- "Weeds & Spores" curated by Faye Hirsch (June 22 – August 12, 2022)
Some of the past exhibitions include artists such as Lois Dodd, Will Barnet, Emily Nelligan, Loren Maciver, Tom Uttech, and Bernard Langlais.
Where are the Alexandre Art Gallery located?
You can find this art gallery in the heart of the Lower East Side of Manhattan (one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city). The address is 291 Grand Street. And they have a second location in the Upper East Side (25 East 73rd St).
What can you do after visiting the Alexandre Gallery?
If you want to visit more art galleries, I recommend the Krause Gallery, the Marc Straus Gallery or the Foley Gallery. If not, you can go to one of the many great bars on the Lower East Side. Two of my favorites are The Back Room and Fools Gold NYC, both just three blocks away. And again, just one block away is the famous Katz’s Delicatessen.
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