Michele Maccarone, principle and founder of Maccarone, New York, announced today that the gallery will open its new Los Angeles space on September 19, 2015. Maccarone Los Angeles will occupy a former factory building at 300 South Mission Road, at the corner of 3rd Street in Boyle Heights, along the Los Angeles River in the city’s burgeoning Downtown Arts District. The new 50,000 square foot complex will present a dynamic series of exhibitions and public programs focused upon the gallery’s internationally admired roster of artists, as well as works by related historical figures. Maccarone Los Angeles opens in conjunction with the 15th anniversary of the gallery, which launched in 2001 at the eastern end of Canal Street in Manhattan. In 2007, Maccarone moved to an expansive space at 630 Greenwich Street in the West Village, where its

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