In Reverse Trend, LES Gallery Relocates to Chelsea
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In a city where galleries relocate from Chelsea to the Lower East Side by the truck-full, it’s not often these days to see the reverse. After all, that’s been the trend for the better part of the last decade. Yet, for the Castor Gallery, the opposite is true
The two-year-old gallery announced its departure from Broome Street last month, but will remain in play to host a solo show by Pryce Lee. The larger Chelsea location – headquartered close to the High Line – debuts tonight at 548 West 28th Street.
After two successful years in the Lower East Side, the gallery will be expanding to the city’s most well known arts district, close to the Highline, just a few blocks from the Whitney, and into a larger space. The gallery’s downtown location will continue to stay open with an upcoming solo show by Pryce Lee on November 17th.
Meanwhile, back at 254 Broome Street, the token Misrahi Realty leasing signage is pimping the new vacancy.