555 W 21st Street
New York, NY 10011

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About the Gallery
303 Gallery was first established by owner and director Lisa Spellman in 1984 at 303 Park Avenue South. In addition to its original address, the gallery’s name also references Alfred Stieglitz's "Intimate Gallery" artists-collaborative, which was located in Room 303 of the Anderson Galleries building. In 1986, the gallery moved to the East Village, where Spellman invited artists such as Christopher Wool and Robert Gober to organize artist projects and collaborations. The gallery subsequently relocated to Soho in 1989, moving into a space at 89 Greene Street. During its years in Soho, the gallery began working with artists such as Rodney Graham and Hans-Peter Feldmann and gave early exhibitions to Rirkrit Tiravanija, Karen Kilimnik, Doug Aitken, and Collier Schorr. In 1996, 303 Gallery was among the first galleries to move to Chelsea, opening at 525 West 22nd Street. The gallery opened its current location on 21st Street, in 2016 in a building designed by Norman Foster + Partners. 


Hans-Peter Feldmann
Exhibition view of 303 Gallery at Independent New York, 2018.
Coutesy of Independent. Photo: Etienne Frossard. 

Courtesy of 303 Gallery

Installation views, Hans-Peter Feldmann, September 15-October 29, 2016
Courtesy of 303 Gallery

Installation views, Florian Maier-Aichen, November 2-December 22, 2017
Courtesy of 303 Gallery