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The Marc Straus Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in New York City. It was founded in 2011 by Marc Straus in the Lower East Side inside of a four story building that has been reconstructed. The gallery is committed to showing art that has not been seen in decades by older artists. This element of discovery and re-discovery will make you feel like an explorer as soon as your eyes land upon one of these forgotten pieces by a famous artist.
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The Marc Straus Gallery has been featured in several publications such as: The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Art in America, and many more. A lot of the notarity comes from the unconventional approach to rediscovering the art that has been around for decades. They partner with some of the top Fine Arts Museums, and International shows to showcase their artists, including in Europe and Asia.
Exhibitions at Marc Straus Gallery
Current and upcoming exhibits
- Jeanne Silverthorne: And the Unfathomable Night of Dreams Began (November 12 - December 20, 2023)
- Natasha Das (October 8 - December 20, 2023)
- Upcoming: Antonio Santín (January 13 - March 3, 2024)
- Ulf Puder 2023 (January 8 – March 5, 2023)
- “Navigating the Abyss” by Renée Stout (January 8 – March 5, 2023)
- “Into the Water and Out of the Fire” by Katrina Andry (November 17 – December 18, 2022)
- Omar Rodriguez-Graham (October 20 – December 18, 2022)
- “Hospitable Thoughts” by Abdulnasser Gharem (September 6 – December 18, 2022)
Where is the Marc Straus Gallery located?
The art gallery is located in the south end of the Lower East Side, just one block from Chinatown. The address is 299 Grand Street (between Eldridge and Allen Streets).
What can you do after visiting the Marc Straus Gallery in NYC?
If you want to visit more art galleries, I recommend the Foley Gallery, the Front Room Gallery or the Klaus von Nichtssagend 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 5 minute walk away.
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