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DCKT Contemporary

DCKT Contemporary represents emerging and mid-career artists who work in all media.

The gallery was opened in 2002 by owner and directors Dennis Christie and Ken Tyburski.

The gallery moved to New York's Lower East Side in March of 2008. Previously, it was located in Chelsea.

DCKT Contemporary is located on the ground floor at 195 Bowery, at Spring Street.

New York

United States
Address:
195 Bowery (at Spring Street)
10002
Phone: 212.741.9955
Website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


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Artists Represented

Helen Altman
Josh Azzarella
Oliver Boberg
castaneda/reiman
Exene Cervenka
Zoe Crosher
Lia Halloran
Ryan Humphrey
Aaron Krach
David Lefkowitz
Mario M. Muller
Maria E. Piñeres
Cordy Ryman
William Swanson
Timothy Tompkins
Michael Velliquette


Current Exhibitions

Exene Cervenka
Sleep in Spite of Thunder
May 23 - July 18, 2008


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Lia Halloran
Dark Skate
July 23 - September 13, 2008


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Art Fairs

Pulse NY
Pulse Miami
Pulse London
Art Chicago



Submission Policy

The gallery does not accept submissions.


Press Releases

DCKT Contemporary is pleased to present EXENE CERVENKA’s second New York solo exhibition featuring two new bodies of work deeply invested in the aesthetics of American culture: “The Spirits Are Alive and Well” and “EPIC HERO”.

There will be a reception for the artist on Friday, June 20 from 6 - 8pm.

“The Spirits Are Alive and Well” is a talismanic series of collages created from antique photographs and other found material. The reclaimed portraits and pieces of castaway cultural ephemera are composite snapshots of America. The chance appearance of the number “46” during the creation of the first collage resonated with CERVENKA and led her to Psalm 46 in the Bible, rumored to have been translated by William Shakespeare for the King James Version. Several coincidences occur that have perpetuated this theory of Shakespeare’s translation; at the time of publication of the King James Version, William Shakespeare was 46 years old. In Psalm 46, the 46th word from the beginning is “shake” and the 46th word from the end is “spear”.

“EPIC HERO” is a series of unique stenciled and spray-painted painting... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

DCKT Contemporary
195 Bowery (at Spring Street)
New York, NY 10002


Contact-Directors/Staff

Dennis Christie
Ken Tyburski


Opening Times

Tuesday through Saturday
11 am - 6 pm