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Jane Lombard Gallery

Jane Lombard Gallery has a rich 25-year history. Seeking to promote emerging and mid-career artists across disciplines, the gallery maintains an established reputation for bringing to the forefront artists working within a global perspective relevant to the social and political climate of today.

Founded in 1995 in Soho as Lombard Freid Projects, the gallery later moved to Chelsea, first to 26th Street, then to 19th Street in 2010, reemerging as Jane Lombard Gallery in 2015. The gallery is now located at 58 White Street in Tribeca.

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  1. Michael Rakowitz, The invisible enemy should not exist The Armory Show 2021, Platform Section (Room F, section 1, panel 10, Northwest)
  2. JANE BUSTIN THE COLOUR OF WORDS II On view in the gallery from June 30 - August 6, 2021.