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The I-20 Gallery is a mid-level contemporary art gallery in the Chelsea District of Manhattan, New York City, USA. It was founded in 1997 by Paul Judelson, with the advice of the Russian artist Africa.

At 526 W. 20th Street, the gallery occupied a large space on the 11th floor, and also used the rooftop of the building for exhibitions. In 2006 the gallery moved to a ground floor space on 557 W. 23rd. The gallery mostly deals with paintings (Sherry Wong, Marina Kappos), photography (Spencer Tunick), and video art (Peter Sarkisian, Timothy Hutchings).

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