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The Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City; which is where you will find several art galleries for your perusal.
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The gallery was founded in 2004 by Matthew Chase, Ingrid Bromberg Kennedy, Robert Hult, and Sam Wilson.
The Klaus Gallery also has books for sale that showcase the artists from current and past exhibitions. The gallery is open from 11am – 6pm on Tuesday – Saturday. As with many art galleries, you must wear a mask at all times while visiting.
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Exhibitions at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
Current and Upcoming Exhibits
- Back Gallery: Tamara Gonzales - Amplifiers (January 12 - February 17, 2024)
- Front Gallery: Keiko Narahashi / Lizzie Scott (January 12 - February 17, 2024)
- Irwin Kremen: Works (2021). Kremen passed away in 2020 at the age of 94. His works displayed in the two galleries include work from 1967 – 2009. He did collage art, as well as wood and metal sculptures. His first exhibition was in 1978 at the Smithsonian. He is well known and part of the inner circle of John Cage, Merce Cunningham, David Tudor, and more. He was a psychology professor who did not begin art until his 40’s. It’s never too late!
- Tamara Gonzales; Horrible Beauty (2021). The title of this exhibit was inspired by Ram Dass who mentioned embracing the decay of living beings as their age. Her work is on large canvases, and also includes sculptures. You can take a look at her exhibit information here.
Where is the Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery located?
They are located at 54 Ludlow Street in the Lower East Side (between Hester and Grand Streets).
What can you do after visiting the Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in NYC?
If you want to visit more art galleries, I recommend the Derek Eller Gallery, McKenzie Fine Art or the Marc Straus Gallery. If photography interests you, you should visit the International Center of Photography Museum. I also love the Tenement Museum, which shows you what life was like for immigrants in NYC around 1860. All spots are less than a 10 minute walk away.
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