KANSAS Closes - Art Collector

Ethan Greenbaum, Bar, 2015 Direct to substrate print and acrylic on vacuum formed PETG 22 x 29 in/ 55.9 x 73.7cm

New York’s Kansas Gallery will close after five years of operation and only one month after the gallery’s trip to Melbourne for Spring 1883. The gallery, founded by Steven Stewart, travelled to Hotel Windsor from the Lower East Side of Manhattan to present artist Ethan Greenbaum. The artist told Art Collector that the event marked "the end of an era. It was a great experience and wild ride working with Steven and company at Kansas. They did excellent programming and I'll always be grateful for Steven's enthusiasm and support of my work." Greenbaum will soon travel to exhibit at a group show in Brussels, a solo show at the Pact Galerie of Paris in October and then a solo project in the works with Lyles & King, New York.

The announcement of Kansas gallery's closure comes with the recent shut down of nearby Laurel Gitlen gallery earlier this year and Lisa Cooley gallery last month.

Emma O'Neill

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