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533 W. 26th St., New York, NY 10001, United States

Distinct among Chelsea galleries for its decidedly international scope, James Cohan Gallery represents some well-known names (such as the estate of Robert Smithson) and a growing roster of newly famous and up-and-coming contemporary artists, including Roxy Paine and Nam June Paik. Previous noteworthy solo exhibitions include Hiraki Sawa’s “0,” a multi-channel video and sound installation that provides an abstract interpretation of the passage of time. Much of the work is conceptual, provocative, and multimedia, so you’re virtually guaranteed to see something unexpected. Whether you like it or not is another story.

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James Cohan Gallery

Distinct among Chelsea galleries for its decidedly international scope, James Cohan Gallery represents some well-known names (such as the estate of Robert Smithson) and a growing roster of newly famous and up-and-coming contemporary artists, including Roxy Paine and Nam June Paik. Previous noteworthy solo exhibitions include Hiraki Sawa’s “0,” a multi-channel video and sound installation that provides an abstract interpretation of the passage of time. Much of the work is conceptual, provocative, and multimedia, so you’re virtually guaranteed to see something unexpected. Whether you like it or not is another story.