Lazy Susan Gallery

‘Lazy Susan’ Gallery Hangs it up After 4 Years on Henry Street

Posted December 30, 2019 at 5:03 am

The Lazy Susan Gallery is calling it quits. No more art at 191 Henry Street after showcasing unique exhibits for the last four years. Turkish illustrator Gizum Vural closed down the joint with the final installation, “Talking Lines,” which included her colored pencil pieces. Today, the gallery is hosting a fire sale of artist supplies, […]

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Warholian Lineage Project Explores His Legacy at Henry Street Gallery [RECAP]

Posted February 23, 2016 at 10:23 am

It often feels like nothing exciting or creative can survive on the Lower East Side anymore and much of our history is being wiped out. Does anything feel adventurous and a little raw? (How many speakeasies and pop-up shops does a gal need, ya know?) So we tend to stop and take notice, encouraged when […]

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Lazy Susan and Shrine Gallery the Newest Entrants to Henry Street Scene

Posted December 30, 2015 at 5:19 am

Henry Street is the latest gallerist frontier on the Lower East Side. A slow trickle of showrooms has opened up the spot – especially the block between Jefferson and Clinton. (So have developers, by the way; look next door.) Two off-the-beaten-path galleries that recently foundered are being replaced with more of the same. Striking out from […]

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