Laurel Gitlin’s Gallery Moves from 261 Broome Street

Posted on: November 21st, 2012 at 6:48 am by
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After four years playing ball for team Laurel Gitlen (fka Small A Projects), 261 Broome Street is again a free agent. Gitlen recently ditched the showroom for the greener pastures north of Delancey.

The Laurel Gitlen Gallery relocated to 122 Suffolk Street earlier this month. Inaugural exhibition in the new space is to include work by artist Allyson Vieira.

Before opening here in the fall of 2008, 261 Broome Street was the longtime HQ and visitors center of the Lower East Side BID. Meanwhile, the old-school signage from a previous childrens shop remains intact. Let’s see if the next occupant banks on the same authentrification for its identity.

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