57 Orchard Street Now Hosting Gallery Exhibit by Lucas Zallman

Posted on: November 26th, 2013 at 6:10 am by
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This Gallery has morphed into a more active showroom, it appears. Long a mysterious workspace for street art pioneer Richard Art Hambleton, 57 Orchard remained locked behind double black doors. But it’s now open to the street. Late last week saw the full frontal makeover, which included swapping in glass panes and the addition of a red neon “psychic.”

It’s all part of a new Lucas Zallman exhibit here called “Comfort Zones,” curated by Wills Baker. Apparently the “psychic” sign out front is in line with the selection of “psychic refrigerators” on the second floor.

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Photo: Raggedy Ann’s Foot

This particular space was included in the portfolio sale of the iconic Pink Building, which changed hands last summer for $27 million. It’s but the first in a slew of future changes sure to manifest at this corner.

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