Founders Margret Murray and Janice Guy.

New York’s Murray Guy Gallery to Close

Murray Guy in New York has announced that it will close its doors after eighteen years, Andrew Russeth of Artnews reports.

Located on the second floor at 453 West 17th Street, Murray Guy will host its last exhibition, “January Snow,” beginning January 10. In a statement, Murray Guy said that the show features “many of the artists whose work we have presented, with whom we have collaborated, and who have inspired us throughout this time.” Among the artists that the gallery represents are Matthew Buckingham, Alejandro Cesarco, Leidy Churchman, Kota Ezawa, Rosalind Nashashibi, Barbara Probst, and Sergei Tcherepnin.

The gallery added, “As we begin a new year, we look forward to future projects and conversations with the artists of the gallery, as well as with the colleagues, curators, collectors, and writers, whose enthusiasm and camaraderie have sustained and encouraged us over the years.”