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New York, 69th Street

Visitor Information

General information

32 East 69th Street
New York 10021
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We are reopening the gallery to the public from Monday 6 July, Monday to Friday, 10 am to 6 pm. In order to share a safe and positive experience, we ask that you book a timed reservation and read our visitor guidelines in full before you arrive.



6 – 22 Oct 2020, New York, 22nd & 69th Street

Online beginning 1 Oct 2020

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6 – 31 Jul 2020, New York, 69th Street



Tue 27 Oct 2020, 10 am

The Big Draw: A Climate of Change

Hauser & Wirth is celebrating The Big Draw this October.  The Big Draw is the world’s largest drawing festival with thousands of drawing activities connecting people of all ages with museums,...


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.