November 6
6 – 8pm

November 7 - 8
12 – 7pm
November 9

November 10 – 15

548 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011

Independent is located at 548 W 22nd Street, on the south side between 10th Avenue and the West Side Highway.

C or E to 23rd Street/8th Avenue; F or M to 23rd Street/6th Avenue; or L to 14th Street/8th Avenue.

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  • Joan Jonas
  • Marie Angeletti
  • Mary Ramsden
  • Nina Beier
  • Gianfranco Baruchello
  • Mark Barrow & Sarah Parke
  • Thornton Dial
  • Marina Rheingantz
  • Piotr Uklański
  • Allora & Calzadilla
  • Mathew Cerletty
  • McArthur Binion
  • Sam Falls
  • Graham Collins
  • Duane Hanson
  • John Tweddle
  • Padraig Timoney
  • Yves Klein
  • Haroon Mirza
  • Rosy Keyser
  • Aura Rosenberg
  • Marcia Hafif
  • Virginia Overton
  • Paulina Olowska
  • Tony Swain
  • Yngve Holen
  • Prem Sahib
  • Liam Gillick
  • Stefan Brüggemann
  • Dan Attoe
  • Emanuel Röhss
  • Prem Sahib
  • Robert Moskowitz
  • Mike Kelley
  • Bunny Rogers
  • Marcius Galan
  • David Medalla
  • Nicolas Deshayes
  • June Hamper
  • John Giorno
  • Raymond Pettibon

    This new initiative from New York’s Independent, will take place at Center548, the iconic galleries of the former DIA building in the heart of New York’s Chelsea district. Opening concurrently with the previews for New York Contemporary Art Auction and Modern Sales, Independent Projects will feature a sequence of monographic exhibitions by international galleries. Independent Projects will be of an unexpected duration, transforming after the initial weekend from an art fair format with exhibitors onsite, to an exhibition where the visitor can walk through at his or her ease through a series of successive shows resembling a group exhibition. Simultaneously an art fair, an exhibition, and a curatorial platform, Independent Projects will explore a dialogue between historical, established, and emerging practices while also embracing more maverick positions including folk and outsider art. Working closely with Independent’s architectural collaborators, the exhibition spaces will be shaped around the artistic vision of exhibiting artists, providing an opportunity to explore each artist’s project in depth.


    Independent 2014 was conceived by Elizabeth Dee and Darren Flook and developed in conjunction with creative advisor Matthew Higgs and director Laura Mitterrand. The architectural design of the exhibition spaces, which reflects the spatial and curatorial concerns of the galleries and institutions, is developed by Jonathan Caplan, Project-Space.


    If you would like to schedule a museum group visit, please write us at: groups@independentnewyork.com

    For press inquiries about Independent, please contact: independent@hellothirdeye.com

    (Independent archive 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)

    Creative Advisor: Matthew Higgs
    Director: Laura Mitterrand
    Production Manager and Gallery Liaison: Kristina Valberg
    Project Manager: Nicole Siegenthaler
    Communication Advisor: Third Eye
    Founders: Elizabeth Dee and Darren Flook


    Independent Ambassadors

    In anticipation of this second initiative of Independent, a group of international gallerists has been formed to serve as Ambassadors of Independent and Independent Projects.

    The Independent Ambassadors will help to bring more international awareness to both editions. The ambassadors who are currently serving as advisors to the selection of galleries in different parts of the world are:

  • Felipe Dmap, Pedro Mendes, and Matthew Wood (Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo)
  • Gió Marconi (Milan)
  • Maureen Paley (London)
  • Gil Presti (Campoli Presti, London/Paris)
  • Thomas Riegger (Meyer Riegger, Karlsruhe/Berlin)
  • Rooftop

    Visit our rooftop publication corner with Mousse; Artists Space Bookstore, and Parkett.

    Food provided by Better Being.


    In collaboration with media partner Mousse, Milan, a catalogue will debut and be available at the first Independent Projects.

    Save the Date

    New York, March 5–8, 2015