Oct 30, 2018 / News

Peter Marino designs a second New York gallery for Lehmann Maupin

The Getty Gas Station in Chelsea is now the site of Lehmann Maupin’s second New York gallery, which was designed by our friends at Peter Marino Architect—the first, designed by Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. Furthermore, Marino and company will design the Hill Art Foundation as well as a luxury apartment complex, of which both will sit above the gallery. The 9,K SqFt gallery bowed with the exhibition “Liza Lou: Classification and Nomenclature of Clouds,” the sculptor’s first in the city in a decade, a comprehensive showing which required the use of the new as well as the original gallery space; also on view at the latter, the 22″-tall “Primary,” a patchwork of colored glass beads woven by South African artisans.