Callicoon Fine Arts Inaugurating New Delancey Street Gallery This Weekend

Posted on: February 21st, 2014 at 6:07 am by
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This Sunday, Callicoon Fine Arts will inaugurate its new gallery with an installation by Thomas Kovachevich. You read right. After spending almost three years at 124 Forsyth Street, the decision was ultimately made to relocate around the corner to 49 Delancey.

This new Delancey space is no doubt a huge upgrade for Callicoon. At 1,100 square-feet, it’s roughly three times the size of the current location. The gallerists will pull double duty at both showrooms until June, at which point the OG spot will cease operations.

The store at 49 Delancey Street was previously a laundromat and then an extension of Marly Building Supply. But for the longest time, it was actually the original Pacific Aquarium Inc, now situated just across the street.

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