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September 8-11, 2022   Javits Center
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James Cohan

Booth 115
Eamon Ore-Giron
Infinite Regress CLIV
2021

Presented
Artists

Firelei Báez
Trenton Doyle Hancock
Eamon Ore-Giron
Jordan Nassar
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian
Yinka Shonibare
Elias Sime
Fred Tomaselli
Grace Weaver

Represented
Artists

Helene Appel
Firelei Báez
Kathy Butterly
Simon Evans
Omer Fast
Spencer Finch
Gauri Gill
Michelle Grabner
Trenton Doyle Hancock
Federico Herrero
Yun-Fei Ji
Byron Kim
Mernet Larsen
Richard Long
Teresa Margolles
Estate of Lee Mullican
Christopher Myers
Jordan Nassar
Tuan Andrew Nguyen
Scott Olson
Eamon Ore-Giron
Katie Paterson
Naudline Pierre
The Propeller Group
Matthew Ritchie
Hiraki Sawa
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian
Yinka Shonibare CBE
Elias Sime
Tabaimo
Alison Elizabeth Taylor
Fred Tomaselli
Bill Viola
Grace Weaver
Xu Zhen

In the fall of 1999, James Cohan Gallery opened on West 57th Street with an exhibition of early work by Gilbert and George. The gallery moved to Chelsea in 2002 with a group show including Fred Tomaselli, Phillip Taaffe and Harry Smith.

James Cohan Gallery opened a second New York location in November 2015. Its inaugural exhibition in the Lower East Side was an exhibition of early Robert Smithson drawings. This additional location allows the gallery to expand its ambitious programming with focused and experimental exhibitions of gallery artists.

Over the past six years, the gallery has welcomed new artists Firelei Báez, Kathy Butterly, Omer Fast, Federico Herrero, Mernet Larsen, Josiah McElheny, the Estate of Lee Mullican, The Propeller Group, Matthew Ritchie, Elias Sime, and Grace Weaver to its program, reinforcing its commitment to championing artists whose work, for all its rich disparity, is fundamentally grounded in rigorous engagement with physical and ideological place. Each artist in the gallery program seeks to re-imagine contemporary human experience by engaging critically with historical precedent, while negotiating identity through materiality and process.

In September 2019, James Cohan presented an exhibition of new work by Josiah McElheny at 48 Walker Street. This was the artist’s debut solo exhibition with James Cohan and inaugurates the gallery’s new Tribeca flagship location. In November, James Cohan celebrated its 20th Anniversary with an exhibition of new and important work by gallery artists across both locations.

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