Catinca Tabacaru Gallery Moves Into 250 Broome Street

Posted on: April 30th, 2014 at 6:01 am by
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Old Hollywood was barely out of its Broome Street digs before a taker came along. A tiny red neon above the entryway reads simply, “Art.” What lies within is obvious – a gallery, of course.

Next month, 250 Broome will spawn the Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, dedicated to “international contemporary artists whose practice and vision seek relevance in the present global moment.” No indication just yet on the inaugural installation, but the space debuts May 16.

The Catinca Tabacaru showroom has roots on the Upper West Side, where the private, appointment-only showroom was founded five years ago.

And speaking of Broome Street galleries…

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The two-year-old Mayson Gallery, located a couple doors west (and in the same building), will close on July 1. Misrahi Realty signs now hold court up above. We hear that they’re currently scouting a new location for the showroom.

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