Lisson Gallery to Open Second New York Space on Tenth Avenue in Chelsea


It’s only been nine months since longtime London stalwart Lisson Gallery planted its first flag on U.S. soil, opening a massive space on West 24th Street in Chelsea, cleverly built underneath the High Line. After years of planning, it opened last year with a show of work by Carmen Herrera.

But why open one gallery when you can open two? In March, Lisson will open up another, smaller space a few blocks away, at 136 Tenth Avenue, near 18th Street. It secured a multiyear lease on the 3,500-square-foot space, and will regularly organize shows there.

Susan Penzner represented Lisson Gallery in the lease at 136 Tenth Avenue

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