Mark Miller Gallery to Reopen in October

Posted on: September 27th, 2010 at 6:33 am by

Renovations at the Mark Miller Gallery on Orchard Street are now spilling onto the street.  The colorful Apple Day mural that was painted back in May was chopped apart to facilitate the elongation of the sidewalk shed. Now, the entire structure spans nearly a half-block between Delancey and Broome, gobbling up sidewalk space and some of the roadway.  But an opening date for the revived venture is not too far off.

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For eight months, this plywood has been a reality for the neighborhood.  Yet, we take solace in the knowledge that it’s all coming down soon. According to the revamped official website, the Mark Miller Gallery will be reopening its expanded space at 92 Orchard Street on October 27. Here is a rendering of the new storefront:

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The opening exhibit is entitled “Double Happiness,” and will feature the work of internationally-renowned artist Kevin Berlin.

Mark Miller Gallery, 92 Orchard Street, (212) 253-9479

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