Contact
191 Chrystie Street
New York, NY 10002

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About the Gallery
Founded in 2012 by Jasmin Tsou, JTT is a contemporary art gallery located on the Lower East Side devoted to the presentation of adventurous work in all media, with a focus on emerging and under-recognized artists. Recent exhibitions include Urs Fischer's interactive replica of Maillol's "La Riviere," made of soft clay that visitors were invited to rework over the course of the show; Borna Sammak's vibrant and chaotic installation of televisions, extension cords, deli signage paintings, and awnings; and Charles Harlan's minimal display of a single corrugated steel pipe, which occupied the entirety of the gallery's interior. Over the past five years, JTT has hosted the first New York solo exhibitions for nine artists, including Jamian Juliano-Villani and Borna Sammak and, in the fall of 2013, the gallery presented a solo show of work by Diane Simpson, the artist's first in New York since 1980. In 2016, JTT moved to a larger space on Chrystie Street, inaugurating its new location with an exhibition devoted to Simpson's iconic "Samurai" sculpture series of 1981-83.

Images

Exhibition view of JTT at Independent New York, 2018. 
Courtesy of Elephant. 

Installation view of collaborative booth with Adams and Ollman of Portland, Independent, 2017
Courtesy of Adams and Ollman, Portland and JTT, New York

Installation view of Borna Sammak, Independent 2016, New York
Courtesy of JTT, New York, NY

Installation view of Borna Sammak, Independent 2016, New York
Courtesy of JTT, New York, NY

Installation view of Borna Sammak, Independent 2016, New York
Courtesy of JTT, New York, NY

Installation view of Charles Harlan and Becky Kolsrud, Independent 2015, New York
Courtesy of JTT, New York, NY
Photograph by Charles Benton