DAVID NOLAN GALLERY | 527 WEST 29TH STREET NEW YORK, NY

A former cabinetry workshop at 527 West 29th Street designed by Studio MDA in collaboration with artist Richard Artschwager. Detailed in bright yellow metallic trim, the new gallery’s façade is a distinctive Artschwager flourish that makes reference to the artist’s 40‐year Conceptualist, Minimalist, and Pop‐infused career.

“New York City’s David Nolan Gallery has opened a new art space in a former cabinetry workshop at 527 West 29th Street designed by studioMDA in collaboration with artist Richard Artschwager. Detailed in bright yellow metallic trim, the new gallery’s facade is a distinctive Artschwager flourish that makes reference to the artist’s 40‐year Conceptualist, Minimalist and Pop‐infused career. (In 2002, Artschwager also designed the facade of the Galerie Georg Kargl in Vienna – the only other Artschwager designed storefront in the world). StudioMDA’s reconstruction of the interior is crisply elegant with sophisticated details that take nothing away from the art on show. The space’s inaugural exhibit, “Objects as Images of Objects,” a retrospective of Artschwager drawings, sculptures and paintings from 1966 until today, will be up through December 6 and is worth viewing in conjunction with the design of the new interior and storefront.”