New GRIMM Gallery location at 54 White Street in Tribeca, NYC. Image courtesy of GRIMM
GRIMM is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition at 54 White Street in Tribeca, New York. An expansive group exhibition at 54 White Street will celebrate the gallery’s program with exemplary new works by each represented artist.
Spanning two levels, GRIMM’s new exhibition space has been conceived in close collaboration with gallery artists and WAU Architects with the aim of designing a flexible and continuously developing space in service of our artists’ most ambitious projects.
54 White Street is the former home of Arc Records, the legendary record archive that once housed 3.5 million records. In the spirit of this cultural outpost, GRIMM’s new contemporary gallery will accommodate a 4,200 square feet gallery on its ground floor and 1,800 square feet on its lower level.
A solo presentation of new paintings by Caroline Walker will follow the inaugural exhibition in March 2021.
GRIMM was founded in Amsterdam in 2005. Since its establishment, the gallery has been committed to promoting and supporting emerging and mid-career artists who work in a diverse range of media. Representing thirty international artists, the gallery currently has two spaces in Amsterdam and one in New York.
Charles Avery, Tjebbe Beekman, Dirk Braeckman, Alex Dordoy, Ger van Elk, Claudia Martínez Garay, Louis Giovanelli, Loie Hollowell, Volker Hüller, Saskia Noor van Imhoff, Matthew Day Jackson, Arturo Kameya, Dana Lixenberg, Dave McDermott, William Monk, Ciaran Murphy, Rosalind Nashashibi, Nashashibi / Skaer, Michael Raedecker, Daniel Richter, Elias Sime, Lucy Skaer, Caroline Walker, Alex van Warmerdam, Matthias Weischer, Guido van der Werve, Eric White, Letha Wilson, Nick van Woert, Miguel Ybáñez