Kasmin's gallery spaces are now open by appointment only. Visitors are able to book reservations to see William N. Copley The New York Years and AND/ALSO: Photography (Mis)represented. Additional details on these exhibitions, as well as links to our booking system, can be found below.

In response to the developing situation of COVID-19, the gallery has taken extra precautions regarding in-person viewings. Appointments are limited to one person with two optional guests (three people total). Kasmin will provide hand sanitizer for each appointment but requests that you kindly bring your own face-mask to be worn during the duration of your viewing. Additional safety precautions will be detailed at the final stage of the booking process.

For more information about the reservation system please contact info@kasmingallery. Please kindly note that appointments can only be made via our online reservation system following the links below, and we are currently unable to take reservations by phone or email. For those wishing to visit both exhibitions, a separate appointment must be made for each location. We look forward to welcoming you at the gallery soon.

Gallery hours will be Tuesday–Friday, 12:00pm–5:00pm.

William N. Copley The New York Years
509 West 27th Street
From Tuesday July 14, 2020

Visitors can book reservations HERE.

About the exhibition: The New York Years is a major exhibition charting the evolution of William N. Copley's painting during three pivotal decades in New York City. After closing temporarily just one day after its opening in March, we are delighted to announce that the exhibition will reopen on July 14, 2020. Featuring key paintings from multiple series and a corresponding presentation of photographic, publishing, and research materials drawn from the archives of the William N. Copley Estate, this is Kasmin’s sixth solo exhibition of the artist’s work since the gallery began representing the Estate in 2010.

Learn more about the exhibition here.


AND/ALSO: Photography (Mis)represented
297 Tenth Avenue
July 9–August 21, 2020

Visitors can book reservations HERE.

About the exhibition: In the last ten years, the boundaries between photography and sculpture, architecture, painting, drawing, media and computation have become increasingly porous. AND/ALSO: Photography (Mis)represented unites six photographers based in New York whose practices demonstrate the easy slippage between one medium and the next. The artists use new technologies and advanced editing softwares to challenge concepts historically associated with formalism in photography, like authorship, deadpan documentation, and chemical composition. Taken together, the works demonstrate how photography today is a medium that incorporates all mediums. The exhibition features work by Farah Al Qasimi, Roe Ethridge, Lucas Blalock, Michele Abeles, Erin O'Keefe, and Daniel Gordon.

Learn more about the exhibition here.

 

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