32 East 69th Street
New York 10021
The gallery is currently closed for installation and will reopen on 27 January with the exhibition, ‘max bill & georges vantongerlo. crossover’.
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Hauser & Wirth occupies two locations in New York. Located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, 32 East 69th Street was Hauser & Wirth’s first American gallery. The space opened in September 2009 with the exhibition ‘Allan Kaprow YARD,’ a presentation of Kaprow’s seminal Environment Yard at the site of the work’s original creation.
In summer 2019, under the leadership of Koji Inoue, Hauser & Wirth’s newly appointed International Senior Director Post War & Contemporary Art, the former townhouse will become a platform exclusively for historical exhibitions – shows devoted both to artists whose estates are represented by the gallery and others aligned with the gallery’s artists and program, presented in context to further explore tendencies in postwar art.
Through collaboration and partnership, Hauser & Wirth New York works with our broad and esoteric communities that comprise a diverse range of identities and interests within creative and academic fields across New York City and internationally. The gallery provides community engagement and education by offering our uptown and downtown neighbors, youth organizations, schools, colleges, and institutions access to the gallery spaces and its resources.
Through our exhibitions, with the assistance of exhibiting and local artists, curators and partnerships, the gallery offers talks, walkthrough, screenings, and other educational events that broaden audiences and access to making contemporary art more inclusive and diverse.