Asya Geisberg Gallery relocates Tribeca

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Asya Geisberg Gallery relocates Tribeca
The gallery is slated to open at 45 White Street with the first US solo of Czech artist Jakub Tomáš in March. Photo: Etienne Frossard.

NEW YORK, NY.- Asya Geisberg Gallery announces that after a decade in Chelsea, the gallery will relocate to Tribeca. The new, two-floor,1,350 sq ft gallery will be located at 45 White Street. The new space contains beautiful wood floors and 15 foot ceilings and provides more exhibition space than the original gallery space in Chelsea. This will allow the presentation of larger and more ambitious works on the first floor while simultaneously showing additional works in the private viewing room below. The gallery is designed by William Olmsted Antozzi Office of Architecture (WAO), a boutique design studio that works in the realm of public-oriented design. Antozzi has ten years of collaborations with the esteemed architectural offices Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Diller Scofidio + Renfro, where he worked on various cultural institutions.

“For my original space, I was lucky when I found an intimate gallery already built out in Chelsea with neighbors such as Daniel Reich and Leo Koenig. After 10+ years building a program, I’m happy to move to the heart of Tribeca - a place I remember from the old Pearl Paint days. There’s a similar intimacy of walking down the block amidst so many galleries. It reminds me of what made Chelsea so conducive to a shared sense of purpose, and I'm thrilled to join Tribeca’s burgeoning community of cheeky upstarts, LES escapees, and international outposts,” said Asya Geisberg.

Since the gallery opened in 2010, it has worked with conceptually driven contemporary artists posing sociopolitical questions, while reinvigorating their chosen mediums. The program has honored emerging artists, many of them women, and international artists who had no representation in the US. Gallery artists often work in multiple media such as ceramics, embroidery, painting, photography, and sculpture with a curiosity in world history, archaeology, and cultural politics from a non-US perspective. The gallery has launched the careers of artists such as Rebecca Morgan, Julie Schenkelberg, and Gudmundur Thoroddsen. Recently, the gallery has expanded its roster to include Katarina Riesing, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Kristen Sanders, and Gabriela Vainsencher.

The new space will debut in March with the first US solo of Czech artist Jakub Tomáš. Later in 2024 the gallery will present solo shows by Matthew Craven, Trish Tillman, and Gudmundur Thoroddsen and a group exhibition, “Cover Band” curated by Gabriela Vainsencher.

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