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