Marinaro Gallery opened in February 2017 in a second-floor space on the Lower East Side. In September 2017, the gallery moved to a three-floor space in Chinatown. The new space allowed for a range of exhibition options in three distinct spaces. The ground floor is built in a traditional white box manner, while the two lower floors have exposed stone and brick, which allows artists to push creative boundaries and interact with different architectural elements. The gallery has put on a diverse exhibition program of emerging and mid-career artists with works across all mediums. The exhibitions have been reviewed in many publications including "The New York Times," "Art Forum," "Modern Painters," "The New Yorker" and "The Brooklyn Rail."



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