Hauser & Wirth’s West Chelsea location is the gallery’s first dedicated space for Editions. Anchored by the Hauser & Wirth Publishers flagship bookstore, the historic building is also a hub for Learning initiatives, Public Programs and more.
‘Takesada Matsutani / Kate Van Houten. Paris Prints 1967-1978’ is on view until 20 April
Exhibitions are free to attend. No advance booking necessary.
The gallery is open Tue – Sat, 10 am – 6 pm
On Foot Hauser & Wirth 18th Street has one main entrance.
The gallery is a short walk from The High Line exit on 10th Avenue and 18th Street.
By Public Transport Subway: A, C, E, L
The gallery is free to attend. No advanced booking necessary.
All public areas of Hauser & Wirth New York are wheelchair-accessible. The gallery aims to be as accommodating as possible – if you or member(s) of your group require any special accommodations due to a disability, please contact the gallery in advance of your visit to discuss your requirements.
25 January – 9 March 2024
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Between artists’ writings, exceptional exhibition-related books, and the pursuit of the highest levels of craft in design and bookmaking, Hauser & Wirth Publishers creates vital, lasting records of artists’ work and ideas. We also publish Ursula, an award-winning magazine that features some of the most thought-provoking writers and artists in the world. We look forward to welcoming you to our new U.S. flagship bookshop, a home for our visitors to engage with our artists and other prominent voices of our time in a new way.
Ursula No. 9 features a cover by Takesada Matsutani made especially for our new issue. For the cover story, Matsutani and Kate Van Houten are joined in conversation with Désirée Moorhead-Hayter to revisit their exhilarating early days in Paris working at legendary printmaker Stanley William Hayter’s Atelier 17.
Hauser & Wirth’s Learning programs embrace the gallery setting as an enriching space for dialogue, creativity, and discovery. 18th Street houses gathering spaces that carry forward the gallery’s long-standing global initiatives, including partnerships with local nonprofits and collaborations with local schools and universities–in turn increasing access to artists and their practices, as well as careers in the arts.
Hauser & Wirth produces talks, panels, films series, screenings, readings, events, residencies, and performances to amplify the voices and work of our global roster of artists. Importantly, our Public Programs and Learning teams collaborate to expand our audiences and give a platform to emerging talent. Where Learning offers hands-on, intimate experiences that foster access to art careers, Public Programs bring our local communities closer to artists’ practices through curated interactions and conversations.
18th Street is our first location devoted to Editions, a space where visitors can explore contemporary and historical prints through exhibitions and programs that showcase the multifaceted practices of our diverse, international family of artists. Insight into the creative legacies of such artists as Louise Bourgeois, Luchita Hurtado and Eva Hesse, as well as the innovations of new generations of artists, from Nicole Eisenman and Glenn Ligon, to Takesada Matsutani and Rashid Johnson, now have a dedicated home in New York.
Originally built in 1920 for New York City’s Consolidated Gas Company, Hauser & Wirth’s West 18th Street location building has been restored and adapted by David Bench, Principal of inca architects pllc. In addition to housing Hauser & Wirth’s first dedicated space for Editions, the site is home to the U.S. headquarters of Hauser & Wirth Publishers and its award-winning magazine, Ursula.