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About the Gallery
Founded by art historian and collector Todd Alden in 2011, Alden Projects proposes a different kind of commercial gallery model: it is an exhibition, research, and publishing enterprise dedicated to presenting compelling contemporary art alongside recent historical art and its supplements. The gallery's projects are often focused on artistic and art-historical ephemera, printed matter, and artist publications: recent exhibitions include a re-staging of Alan Sonfist's 1978 show of photo-conceptual work at Leo Castelli, a show focused on the graphic history of the legendary Ferus Gallery, an exhibition of printed matter relating to Marcel Broodthaers's institutional critique projects, and a survey of Jenny Holzer's early street posters. Originally an itinerant project-based enterprise, Alden Projects opened a permanent home on the Lower East Side in September 2015, inaugurating the space with the exhibition "Double Standard: Ed Ruscha and Mason Williams, 1956-71," which focused on the little-known collaborative relationship between Ruscha and his childhood friend Williams, a comedy writer and entertainer.

Images

REJOICE! OUR TIMES ARE INTOLERABLE: Jenny Holzer’s Street Posters, 1977-1982 at Alden Projects, 2017.
Courtesy of Alden Projects.

REJOICE! OUR TIMES ARE INTOLERABLE: Jenny Holzer’s Street Posters, 1977-1982 at Alden Projects, 2017.
Courtesy of Alden Projects.

Double Standard: Ed Ruscha & Mason Williams 1956 – 1971 at Alden Projects, 2015. 
Courtesy of Alden Projects. 

LOT-EK: THIS SIDE UP at Alden Projects, 2016. 
​Courtesy of Alden Projects. 

LOT-EK: THIS SIDE UP at Alden Projects, 2016. 
​Courtesy of Alden Projects. 

Frank Stella: Early Traces at Alden Projects, 2016
Courtesy of Alden Projects.