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Daniel Arsham & Ronnie Fieg to Open New Gallery in NYC

Located at the new KITH store in SoHo, NYC.

This past Thursday, Daniel Arsham shared an elusive post on Instagram teasing a possible Arsham/Fieg Gallery. The social media photo portrayed the NYC-based artist with Ronnie Fieg (possibly 3D-printed versions of themselves) inside a white room. News of the duo’s creative endeavor has been skeptical since the post was shared.

Recently, however, Haroshi took to Instagram to confirm that the Arsham/Fieg Gallery is indeed a real thing. The storied Japanese artist posted a photo detailing the official opening of the gallery alongside his inaugural exhibit at the space simply titled, “GALLERY SHOW.” Not to mention, there is now an official Instagram page for the gallery: @arshamfieggallery.

It’s official: Haroshi will be the first artist represented by the new Arsham/Fieg Gallery located at the new KITH store in SoHo, NYC. His ”GALLERY SHOW” is slated to launch on October 11. Check out the post below and let us know your thoughts.

Arsham/Fieg Gallery
337 Lafayette St.
New York, NY 10012

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