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526 W. 26th St., No. 213, New York, NY 10001, United States

With more than 20 years as a gallerist, Nicole Klagsbrun has developed an eye for young artists that are about to bloom in the art world. Her Chelsea gallery is more spacious than most with vast white walls and natural light flowing in from large windows. The crowd skews toward the young like the artists, who work in media ranging from painting and sculpture to video and photography, even installations. Recent exhibitions have included Adam McEwen's "I Am Curious Yellow" and Mika Rottenberg's film, Dough. Klagsbrun's gallery also hosts poetry readings.

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Nicole Klagsbrun

With more than 20 years as a gallerist, Nicole Klagsbrun has developed an eye for young artists that are about to bloom in the art world. Her Chelsea gallery is more spacious than most with vast white walls and natural light flowing in from large windows. The crowd skews toward the young like the artists, who work in media ranging from painting and sculpture to video and photography, even installations. Recent exhibitions have included Adam McEwen's "I Am Curious Yellow" and Mika Rottenberg's film, Dough. Klagsbrun's gallery also hosts poetry readings.