City: New York
Address: 525 West 21st Street
About The Partner
About Casey Kaplan
Founded in March 1995 by Casey Kaplan, the gallery began as a one-room, 500-square-foot space located on an upper floor of a cast-iron loft building in SoHo. It has since expanded into a 5,000-square-foot, street-level gallery containing three separate exhibition spaces on West 21st Street in Chelsea.
Casey Kaplan represents living artists from the United States, Canada, and Europe. Artists Jeff Burton, Miles Coolidge, Jason Dodge, Pamela Fraser, and Jonathan Monk have been exhibiting with the gallery for over 10 years. Within the last two years, the gallery initiated new relationships with Matthew Brannon, Geoffrey Farmer, Marlo Pascual, and David Thorpe. Many of the represented artists had their first solo gallery exhibitions at Casey Kaplan, and have become part of an international dialogue—participating in international biennales, achieving mid-career retrospectives at museums, exhibiting at Documentas, and winning a Turner Prize.