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David Zwirner Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in New York.


David Zwirner represents the following artists: Adel Abdessemed; Tomma Abts; Francis Alÿs; Mamma Andersson; Michaël Borremans; R. Crumb; Raoul De Keyser; Philip-Lorca diCorcia; Stan Douglas; Marlene Dumas; Marcel Dzama; Suzan Frecon; Isa Genzken; On Kawara; Rachel Khedoori; Toba Khedoori; The Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark; John McCracken; The Estate of Alice Neel; Jockum Nordström; Chris Ofili; Raymond Pettibon; Neo Rauch; The Estate of Jason Rhoades; Daniel Richter; Michael Riedel; Thomas Ruff; Katy Schimert; Yutaka Sone; Diana Thater; Luc Tuymans; James Welling; Christopher Williams; Yan Pei-Ming; and Lisa Yuskavage.


The gallery opened its doors in 1993 on the ground floor of 43 Greene Street in SoHo. In 2002, the gallery moved to 525 West 19th Street in Chelsea. In 2006, it expanded from 10,000 to 30,000 square feet, adding spaces at 519 and 533 West 19th Street, allowing the gallery to mount three independent, full-scale exhibitions simultaneously. In 2010 David Zwirner will open a new space at 524 West 19th Street in the Metal Shutter Houses designed by Shigeru Ban, with a focus on the secondary market, and represents The Estate of Dan Flavin, the Estate of Fred Sandback, and the Estate of Al Taylor. The gallery exhibits modern and contemporary artists.


David Zwirner also has a complete publishing program, partnering with Steidl, Rizzoli, Radius Books, Aperture, and others.

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