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Four up-and-coming Chelsea galleries.


McKenzie Art

511 W. 25th St., 2nd fl.
Valerie McKenzie, the downtown-savvy former director of contemporary art at James Graham & Sons, is now on her own.
Opening: September 5 with a show of Chris Gallagher's paintings of undulating, Fiestaware-colored stripes.

Lehmann Maupin

540 W. 26th St.
"You could describe it as an experiment in forced perspective," says David Maupin of the gallery's Rem Koolhaas design.
Opening: September 21 with frankly confessional British installationist Tracey Emin's second solo show in New York.


505 W. 28th St.
James Graham & Sons is opening a Chelsea outpost, having joined forces with Jay Grimm, who's now director of the gallery's contemporary-art program.
Opening: September 26 with Tatyana Murray's latest biomorpic polychrome sculptures.

James Cohan

533 W. 26th St.
Much bigger than their current quarters, this former body shop is designed to accommodate large works.
Opening: November 8 with a two-person show. Roxy Paine's showing his mushrooms-on-panel pieces; Richard Long, a floor sculpture of stones.


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