Galeria Eva Presenhuber Zurich Will Expand To New York: Strange Competition Of Blue-Chip Artists For Open Space Performance
An expansion of Zurich's Galerie Eva Presenhuber that had been rumored for too long was announced to open a space in New York in May. The planned extension was located at 39 Great Jones Street NoHo, Manhattan, the residential neighborhood in New York City, New York.
According to Art News, the third location of Zurich gallery is the old home of Karma and the studio of a Swiss-born mixed-media artist, Ugo Rondinone for the past three years. 39 Great Jones Street was titled after it becomes the home of "charming window gallery" which viewed the work by one artist Tamara Gonzalez.
The first art to exhibit in the open space of Zurich gallery was Tobias Pils that will open on May 5 during the event of art organization in New York. Moreover, the new space that is located at 39 Great Jones Street was designed by the Selldorf Architects in New York City, New York, as Art Forum reported.
Selldorf Architects was one of the in-demand designer teams for most galleries such as the Gladstone, Hauser & Wirth, David Zwirner, Clark Institute and the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego. Eva Presenhuber already engaged into businesses in 2003 and manage two galleries in Switzerland that have high-quality artists tthat are trusted for a reliable increase in economic value nevertheless of general conditions.
A number of blue-chip artists were known for their impressive works such as Joe Bradley, the visual artist, Jay DeFeo, American painter, Carroll Dunham, Trisha Donnelly, Ugo Rondinone, Henry Taylor, Michael Williams and John Giorno. The artists that shown their impressive works to Presenhuber were attached in a big representation and now it is fascinating to see who will do the exhibitions on Galeria Eva Presenhuber. Meanwhile, it is said that the open space selected by Galeria Presenhurber "will work as an important extension of the Zurich Gallery."© 2019 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.