Contact
188 East 2nd Street
New York, NY 10009
+1 212 390 8290

249 Main Street
Amagansett, NY 11930
+1 631 267 7728

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About the Gallery
Founded by graphic designer Brendan Dugan in 2011, Karma is a gallery, bookstore, and art book designer and publisher with a focus on work by contemporary artists. After working as as a graphic designer for several years under the name An Art Service, Dugan opened Karma as a means of presenting and contextualizing the books he produced in a single location. Working closely with artists such as Alex Israel, Anne Collier, Dan Colen, Bjarne Melgaard, Roe Ethridge, and Richard Prince, Karma draws on the lineage of avant-garde artist publications, creating limited edition artist books and catalogues that function as artworks in themselves. In addition to its own titles, Karma stocks periodicals, artworks, artists' editions, and rare and out-of-print items, and regularly stages exhibitions, performances, and events featuring both contemporary and historical work. In 2012, Karma expanded to Amagansett, opening a summer outpost on the ground floor of a two-story house. Originally based in the West Village, Karma's Manhattan flagship relocated to the Lower East Side in 2016.

Images

Paul Mogensen and Woody De Othello
Exhibition view of Karma at Independent New York, 2018. 
Courtesy Independent. Photo: Etienne Frossard. 

Walter Price: Pearl Lines, 2016
Installation view, Karma, New York 
Courtesy of Karma, New York
 

Lee Lozano: c. 1962, 2016
Installation view, Karma, New York
Courtesy of Karma, New York 
 

Nicolas Party: Pastel, 2017
Installation view, Karma, New York
Courtesy of Karma, New York. 

Karma at Independent New York, 2016
Courtesy of Independent
Photo: Etienne Frossard

Karma at Independent New York, 2017
Courtesy of Independent
Photo: Etienne Frossard

Karma at Independent New York, 2017
Courtesy of Independent
Photo: Etienne Frossard