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Noho Gallery (New York, N.Y.)

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role Dealer/Gallery
dates 1975-
city New York City
stateNY
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historical notes Noho Gallery stands as one of the oldest and most respected artist-led galleries in New York. The guiding philosophy through the years has been to exhibit art works of high quality in all media, diverse in style and content.

Noho Gallery opened its doors in 1975 and was originally located just north of Houston Street, thus the name "Noho." In 1983 the gallery relocated to Soho for seventeen years. Noho Gallery moved to Chelsea, the heart of today's New York's art scene, in September 2001.

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2000-2010
websitehttp://www.nohogallery.com/
phone212 367 7063
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