kurimanzutto

Founded in 1999 by Mónica Manzutto and José Kuri, kurimanzutto’s primary aim was to promote the careers of the artists it represented and adapting to the projects it undertook. Initially a nomadic enterprise, its projects occupied disparate spaces across the urban landscape, and became the core of the first generation of artists’ practice. Later on, a warehouse was at the artists and gallery’s disposition for different ventures that needed both an arena of freedom and unbound space. In 2008, kurimanzutto opened a permanent gallery space in Mexico City, yet the gallery continues to search for places outside the white cube to continue with its original vocation.

kurimanzutto opened gallery space on 520 w 20th street, New York City on November 2022. This marks an essential development for the gallery’s artists as a meeting point for their ideas. kurimanzutto in New York represents an extension of the original gallery in Mexico City: this reaffirms its mission to create new spaces and situations that will transmit the gallery’s spirit, where the artist is central to its existence. The project space in New York will act as a catalyst for a broad international program across North America..

kurimanzutto currently represents 38 international artists and is devoted to the development of their careers in the international art scene, placing their works in important public and private collections. It has also actively supported ambitious projects in museums and biennales, ensuring that the artists’ vision are transmitted as fully and effectively to the public as possible. Thanks to its extensive archive and proactive participation in publishing activities, the gallery is characterized as a meeting place open to criticism and research, welcoming the development of risky projects rarely seen in the context of a commercial gallery.

https://www.kurimanzutto.com

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kurimanzutto

520 W 20th Street
New York
NY 10011
United States
+1 212 933 4470

Open: Tue-Sat 10am-6pm


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