Photo by Lizzie Sullivan

Photo by Lizzie Sullivan


Having originated in SOHO in 1994, Dillon Gallery is now located on West 25th Street in New York City, occupying the ground floor space in a converted 19th century warehouse. To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the gallery will present a special series of restropective exhibitions, new music chamber concerts, performances and interactive collaborations throughout the 2014 season. Dillon was recently home to Armchair Parade, an immersive and vastly interdisciplinary installation created by theater and opera designer-director Julian Crouch (Shockheaded Peter, Satyagraha), composer-musician Mark Stewart (Bang on a Can All-Stars, Paul Simon), filmmaker Ragnar Freidank (The Beautiful Hills of Brooklyn) and scent sculptor Christophe Laudamiel (Garden of Addiction). The gallery will present an installation from artist Ultra Violet (April 24 – May 24).

Among the gallery’s recent programming highlights are Cristina De Middel’s The Afronauts, Makoto Fujimura’s Golden Sea documentary premiere, hosted by Makoto Fujimura, Plywood Pictures, and film producer Ralph Winter; Les Christophs’ Iconosms; and Brian Rose’s Time and Space on the Lower East Side: 1980 + 2010.

Last Updated: May 2, 2014


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