Pierogi was founded in 1994 in Brooklyn, NY, an area vital because of its concentration of groundbreaking artists and innovative gallery scene. Pierogi’s reputation for a unique, unconventional approach is grounded in our development in this context. We represent the work of artists engaging in conceptually-driven, process-oriented work in a wide range of media: from Mark Lombardi’s iconic diagrammatic drawings charting power, politics, and money, included in numerous significant museum collections; Mexican-American Hugo Crosthwaite’s cross-cultural murals, drawings, video portraits (Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery 2019 Outwin Boochever Award Winner); Dawn Clements’s massive and intimate panoramas; Ward Shelley’s collaborative performance installations; and curated exhibitions such as the award-winning “Dead Tree” installation (a recreation of Robert Smithson’s work in Dusseldorf’s Kunsthalle, 1969). Gallery artists have been included in numerous exhibitions and their works are held in notable public and private collections. The Boiler—Pierogi’s satellite space, opened March 2009 in a former factory boiler room with 33-foot ceilings—allowed us to mount ambitious sculpture, painting, installation, and performance exhibitions, including Aldo Tambellini’s “Atlantic In Brooklyn,” Rico Gatson and Chris Larson’s “The Raft,” and Ward Shelley’s “In Orbit.” Pierogi’s innovative and iconic Flat Files house portfolios of original works by 850+ artists.