Paul Kasmin Gallery

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Paul Kasmin Gallery also known as Kasmin Gallery is a New York City fine art gallery, founded in SoHo in 1989.[1]


Kasmin Gallery was founded by Paul Kasmin in the SoHo district of New York City in 1989. The gallery moved to Chelsea in 2000.[2]

Since 2018, Kasmin Gallery's 3,000 square feet (280 square metres) flagship gallery (and 5,000 square feet (460 square metres) rooftop sculpture garden) has been located at 509 West 27th Street, under Chelsea's High Line park. It was designed by StudioMDA.[3] At one point, the gallery operated four exhibition spaces along one block of West 27th Street near 10th Avenue.[4]

In 2019, Kasmin Gallery closed one of its leased spaces at 515 West 27th Street. That same year, it was scheduled to open a new venue at 514 West 28th Street again designed by StudioMDA, with 3,400 square feet (320 square metres) of private viewing room and office space and 460 square feet (43 square metres) of public exhibition space.[5]

Kasmin died on March 23, 2020, following a long illness.[6] He was the son of the noted British art dealer John Kasmin.

Artists representedEdit

The following artists have been represented by the gallery.[7]

External linksEdit


  1. ^ "Paul Kasmin Gallery". Paul Kasmin Gallery. Retrieved 16 November 2016.
  2. ^ Lucy Rees (October 15, 2018), New York Dealer Paul Kasmin Expands His Empire Galerie Magazine.
  3. ^ Gabriella Angeleti (July 24, 2019), Chelsea gallery reshuffle: Kasmin expands as Pace/MacGill consolidates The Art Newspaper.
  4. ^ Laura van Straaten (October 25, 2018), A Gallery by Any Other Name, Size and Shape? New York Times.
  5. ^ Gabriella Angeleti (July 24, 2019), Chelsea gallery reshuffle: Kasmin expands as Pace/MacGill consolidates The Art Newspaper.
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  7. ^ "Paul Kasmin Gallery - Artists". Retrieved 16 November 2016.

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