Chase Contemporary

Chase Contemporary is an American contemporary art gallery founded by Bernie Chase.[1][2][3] It has locations in New York city and East Hampton.[4][5]

Chase Contemporary
Established2017
Location413 W Broadway
New York, New York 10012, U.S.

HistoryEdit

The gallery was founded in 2017 by Bernard (Bernie) Chase, the co-founder of Symbolic Motors.[6] The premier exhibition of the show was held on June 16, 2017, and featured the works of the artist and photographer Raphael Mazzucco.[7][8] In 2020, another location of the gallery was opened at East Hampton, New York.The gallery is known to participate in art festivals like Art Miami, Art New York etc.[9][10][11]

In popular cultureEdit

The gallery was one of the locations used in the documentary film The Underground Sistine Chapel.[12]

Notable exhibitionsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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