Stan VanDerBeek
May 1 - June 20, 2015

Sharon Hayes, Tony Lewis, Adam Pendleton
March 6 - April 25, 5015

László Moholy-Nagy
Curated by Erik Wysocan
January 31 - February 28, 2015
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Michael Wang
December 13, 2014 - January 24, 2015

Bill Bollinger, John Divola, Magali Reus
October 31 – December 6, 2014

Matt Keegan and Anne Truitt
September 12 – October 22, 2014

Matthew Ronay
June 28 – August 22, 2014

José Lerma
European Mixed Masters
May 7 – June 14, 2014

Sharon Hayes
Fingernails on a blackboard
March 15 – April 26, 2014

Matt Connors, John Henderson, Lucas Knipscher
November 23, 2013 – January 18, 2014

Llyn Foulkes
October 12 – November 16, 2013

Michael St. John
Country Life
September 7 – October 5, 2013

Lynda Benglis, Sean Bluechel, Jean Dubuffet,
Mika Rottenberg, Axel Salto
May 4 – June 29, 2013

Cellblock II
An Essay In Exhibition Form
Curated by Robert Hobbs
December 1, 2012 – February 2, 2013
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Jacob Kassay, Olivier Mosset, Lawrence Weiner
February 9 – March 23, 2013
Gallery 2

Michael St. John
In the Studio Twenty Eleven
December 10, 2011 – February 4, 2012
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Hans Bellmer, John Currin,Marcel Duchamp, Llyn Foulkes,
Robert Heinecken, Tetsumi Kudo, Richard Prince,
Alina Szapocznikow, Hannah Wilke

February 11 – March 24, 2012
Gallery 2

Lior Shvil
Operation OZ Belev-Yam
May 5 – June 11, 2011
Gallery 2

Erik Wysocan
A Thousand & One Nights
March 18 – April 23, 2011
Gallery 2

Ilene Segalove
Curated by Dean Valentine
October 23 – December 4, 2010
Gallery 2

Michael St. John
These Days;Norman RockwellPart 2
September 10 – October 16, 2010
Gallery 2

Crystalline Architecture
Curated by Josiah McElheny
July 1 – August 20, 2010
Gallery 2

She Awoke with a Jerk
Curated by Nigel Cooke
May 8 – June 26, 2010
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Donald Judd, Yayoi Kusama, Claes Oldenberg
October 23 – December 2, 2009
Gallery 2

Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Sol Lewitt,
Robert Mangold, Robert Ryman
June 19 – August 21, 2009
Gallery 2

Robert Mangold, Richard Prince
January 26 – March 10, 2007
Gallery 2

John Chamberlain, Bruce Nauman
February 24 – March 25, 2006
Gallery 2

Richard Avedon
January 20 – February 19, 2005
Gallery 2

Andrea Rosen Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of a new space in New York, also located on West 24th Street in Chelsea, dedicated to its Gallery 2 program and Artist Liaison department, in Fall 2012. It is a particularly exciting time of growth within the gallery, which has also recently taken on a number of new artists: Josephine Meckseper, Mika Rottenberg (co-represented with Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery), Ryan Trecartin, and the collaborative practice of Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin.

In opening this new space the gallery has chosen to emphasize the activities of Gallery 2, an inspiring and highly important part of its exhibition program. "In conjunction with expanding the gallery's primary program, I feel that an autonomous space for Gallery 2 allows us to fulfill our responsibility to show exhibitions that are uniquely content driven and experimental—allowing for an alternate experience," says Rosen. Gallery 2, previously located adjacent to the main gallery at the 525 West 24th Street location, since its inception in 1999 has developed a reputation for significant historical exhibitions, presenting first-time, one-person shows, and shedding light on lesser known aspects of prominent artists' practices. Andrea Rosen Gallery has been built on the ideals of what it means to represent a specific group of artists over a very long period of time, but it has also come to realize that infusing the gallery with one-time projects enhances the vocabulary, meaning, and impact of the gallery's agenda. Gallery 2 was conceived as a liberating arena to house a large range of selected one-time exhibitions, allowing the freedom to consider new ideas and create parallel perspectives to the primary program. The space has a unique freedom because it is primarily a pure curatorial endeavor. While many of the exhibitions are an opportunity for Rosen to curate and explore ideas, it also affords the same opportunity to artists, gallery staff, and others as well. It is interesting to note that many of the shows conceived in Gallery 2 went on to have other lives in other exhibitions and institutions. Exhibitions mounted at Gallery 2 have included a show of Richard Prince car hoods juxtaposed with early shaped canvases by Robert Mangold (2007); an exhibition comparing John Chamberlain's wrapped foam sculptures with a quintessential Bruce Nauman bronze work Henry Moore Bound to Fail, 1970 (2006); a contextualization of photographer Aaron Siskind's work through the lens of Abstract Expressionist masterworks by Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, Barnett Newman, and Hugo Weber (2003); and a show of all of Richard Avedon's portraits works from his last project, Democracy (2005). Not only does the Gallery 2 program broaden the audience's basis of visual reference and education—as it is important to see how what's happening in contemporary practice relates to the past in a visual way—but it also affords the gallery the opportunity to work and build relationships with artists who are represented by other galleries, artists who would not seemingly fit neatly into the primary focus of the gallery, as well as very young artists who might otherwise not have the opportunity to show within the primary space.

The new, second space is located at 544 West 24th Street. Its size purposefully reflects the scale of the original Gallery 2 experience. The scale of the new space also reiterates a core value of the gallery: that growth comes not merely from an expansion in size, but also in depth and quality of meaning. It also houses the gallery's Artist Liaison department -- creating a physical space dedicated to servicing artists and their projects—including six staff members and a space for artists to hold meetings. The facade of 544 West 24th Street mimics the signature green wood paneling of the main gallery just down the street, a visual reference that speaks to the proximity of the two spaces both physically and philosophically.

The previous Gallery 2 room at the main gallery will maintain a level of flexibly with the possibility of allowing the main exhibition to continue into that space, or if it would be compelling to have a Gallery 2 exhibition in direct relationship to the main room, it can continue to serve that purpose as well.


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