According to Nate Freeman of Artnews, Patton Hindle, RJ Supa, and Courtney Childress, three former Lower East Side gallery directors, have announced that they are cofounding Yours Mine & Ours gallery, which is scheduled to open on September 11.
The three gallerists will also serve as codirectors of the 54 Eldridge Street space. Named after a 1968 Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda comedy, the gallery will present works by Todd Bienvenu, Jeremy Couillard, and Mandy Lyn Ford. More details will be announced in the coming months.
Hindle, who currently serves as director of the gallery and institutional partnerships at Artspace, is the former head of Dodge Gallery, which was located on Rivington Street before it closed in 2014. Childress is the former director of Bushwick’s Life on Mars and the Bowery’s on Stellar Rays, and RJ Supa was a co-owner of Louis B. James gallery on Orchard Street, which closed last Sunday.