The Real Deal New York

Lower East Side’s gallery scene pushes southward

Even as the names moving into the neighborhood get bigger

January 31, 2015 10:00AM
By Lucia De Stefani

The Urs Fischer show at a Gagosian Gallery pop-up on Delancey Street

The Urs Fischer show at a Gagosian Gallery pop-up on Delancey Street

From Luxury Listings NYC: For years, gallery owners have seen the Lower East Side as an affordable and hip alternative to pricey, art-centric neighborhoods like Soho and Chelsea. But now a new wave of art tenants are flocking to the Lower East Side, speeding up the ongoing transformation of the neighborhood, known for its nightlife and smoked pastrami, into one of Manhattan’s hottest gallery hubs. [more]

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