Timothy Taylor to open a new gallery in New York
Timothy Taylor is opening a gallery in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood this September, called Timothy Taylor 16×34. The name is in reference to the dimensions of the space, which will take up the ground floor of a townhouse at 515 West 19th Street on a block that also includes David Zwirner gallery. Taylor has worked with a wide range of artists, including Alex Katz, Josephine Meckseper, Sean Scully, and Kiki Smith.
“16×34 will capture the spirit of the London programme but apply that vision to the hub of the New York art scene. I wanted a unique space that would allow us to offer something different whilst being in close dialogue with the neighbourhood. I’m looking forward to having this physical presence.”
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