Since opening on the Lower East Side in 2009, Scaramouche has produced a wide-array of projects that explore contemporary culture through site-specific installation, with particular emphasis on conceptual painting, photography, video and performance work. While dedicated to the promotion of artists living and working in the New York area, it is the gallery's continual mission to introduce artists from around the globe, often presenting them in their first U.S. solo exhibitions.
Scaramouche's projects have been featured in Artforum, The New York Times, TimeOut New York, New York Magazine, The New Yorker, Flash Art International, among other publications. Recent collaborations include the New Museum, MoMA P.S.1, and Performa-Biennial of New Visual Art Performance.
Gallery artists: Einat Amir, Arlen Austin, Kuba Bakowski, Paul Branca, Michael Stuart Gaillard, Dmitry Gutov, Irina Korina, Oliver Lutz, Cristiana Palandri, Alessandro Roma, Seher Shah, Jonathan VanDyke.
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