Berry Campbell announced its expansion at 530 West 24th Street. The gallery is doubling its size with the addition of 2,000 square-feet of ground floor gallery and exhibition space. Berry Campbell’s growth reflects its established role in Chelsea since its opening in Fall 2013. Berry Campbell joins its 24th Street neighbors—303 Gallery, Andrea Rosen Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, Jack Shainman Gallery, Luhring Augustine Gallery, Mary Boone Gallery, Marianne Boesky Gallery, Matthew Marks Gallery, Metro Pictures, and Unix Gallery—as vital contributors to the flourishing Chelsea art scene, recently made even more vibrant with the May 2015 opening of the new Whitney Museum. Berry Campbell continues to fill an important gap in the downtown art world, showcasing the work of prominent and mid-career artists in the modernist tradition. The owners, Christine Berry

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