Magenta Plains is a contemporary art gallery founded in 2016 by David Deutsch, Chris Dorland, and Olivia Smith. The gallery originally opened on the Lower East Side and recently relocated to a multi-floor, 4,500-square-foot space at the intersection of Canal Street and Bowery. With an intergenerational emphasis, the gallery's mission is to foster context and meaning for the development of new ideas and emerging art as well as to present and preserve older generations of artists' work. The gallery represents artists including Jennifer Bolande, Ebecho Muslimova, Rachel Rossin, Ken Lum, Zach Bruder, Don Dudley, the Estate of Barbara Ess, Tiril Hasselknippe, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Alex Kwartler, Liza Lacroix, Anne Libby, Chason Matthams, Peter Nagy, and Bill Saylor. Additionally, the gallery presents a dynamic discourse through its program of curated group shows and project-based solo exhibitions including Sascha Braunig, Danica Lundy, and David Ostrowski.


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