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Horton Gallery

In September of 2012 Horton Gallery opened a new 2200 square-foot gallery at 55-59 Chrystie Street on the Lower East Side of New York City. Originally the Miles & Co. Croton Brewery between 1823-1909, the building also housed an early residence and recording studio for the Beastie Boys and later became the decade-long home to CANADA gallery.

Horton Gallery was founded by C. Sean Horton in 2010 and occupied the parlor floor of a federal-style house on West 22nd Street in Chelsea for two years. During these years the gallery also operated a project space in the Kreuzberg neighborhood of Berlin, Germany.

Between 2006-2010, Horton operated SUNDAY L.E.S. in a small storefront on Eldridge Street. The gallery quickly became an integral part of the emerging group of galleries on the Lower East Side offering the first New York solo shows to an intergenerational mix of artists like Leidy Churchman, Keltie Ferris, and Kirk Hayes alongside legendary outsiders like Joel Gibb (of The Hidden Cameras), G.B. Jones, and Royal Robertson. Represented artist Peter Gallo was also enlisted to curate a posthumous survey of Gay... [ Read all ]

New York

United States
Address:
55-59 Chrystie Street Suite #R106 (Between Hester & Canal. Entrance under gray awning.)
10002
Phone: 212 243 2663
Website: www.hortongallery.com


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Artists Represented

Ion Birch

Birch was born in 1971 in New York City. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1994. Birch has worked in the mediums of drawing and painting. Often incorporating black humor and caricature, he creates unusual images that evoke poetic narratives, these works involve a high degree of subjectivity and are often cryptic in their meaning. Birch is best known for his graphite on paper works which incorporate phallic symbols and other erotic imagery. He has stated that these works are a meditation on the nature of repression. Birch has been grouped within broader trends of figurative and conceptual art that focus on contemporary perceptions of the body and sexuality.


Current Exhibitions

Michael Phelan: Hey hey, My my
April 11 - May 25, 2014.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Ion Birch: Holy Man
Solo Show
May 29, 2014 - June 13, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 29th, 2014. 6PM to 8PM




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Location And Getting There

55-59 Chrystie Street
Suite #R106
(Between Hester & Canal. Entrance under gray awning.)
New York, NY 10002-5042

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Opening Times

Tues-Sun 11-6