London-Based ‘Hales Gallery’ Opens Outpost on Delancey Street
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Barely two years after its inauguration, the Red Royalty Gallery just faded from the Lower East Side landscape. Its former showroom at 64 Delancey Street, however, didn’t sit dormant long. Almost immediately after the departure, a likeminded business planted a flag. Quite literally – see the sign?
This is now the home of Hales Gallery, a London-based imprint that’s operated since 1992. Proprietors Paul Hedge and Paul Maslin expanded across the pond to install this “permanent office and viewing gallery” at 64 Delancey. According to its public statement, “The expansion, headed by Hales Director Stuart Morrison, acts as a platform through which to further reinforce the connection between the London gallery’s roster of artists and the international art community.”
Its first event is a solo exhibition by sculptor Thomas J. Price (April 1 – May 21).