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Marc Jancou Contemporary opened on November 15, 2007 in historic Great Jones Alley near the Bowery. Designed by Lhoas and Lhoas Inc., the gallery features two exhibition spaces, and 26-foot tall ceilings. Just around the corner from the New Museum, the location of the gallery promises to become a vibrant center for contemporary art.
With previous galleries in Zurich, London, and Chelsea, Marc Jancou brings a sophisticated and subtle knowledge of contemporary art to his newest venture. In the past he has organized shows by artists such as Karen Kilimnik, Hiroshi Sugimoto, John Wesley, Raymond Pettibon, Jeffrey Vallance, Miroslaw Balka, Martin Kippenberger, Cindy Sherman, Chris Burden, Michael Krebber, Mark Dion, Carroll Dunham, Olafur Eliasson, Ernesto Neto, Thomas Scheibitz, and Carla Klein among others, and has participated in art fairs including FIAC, Art Basel, and the Armory.
Marc Jancou has published catalogues on Mike Kelley, Andy Warhol, Sam Salisbury, and co-published an artist's book with Justin Lieberman. An anthology of selected writings by John Coplans, which was edited by Stuart Morgan, was published in 1996. A catalogue was recently published by JRP Ringier on occasion of the exhibition, In Geneva No One Can Hear You Scream, and features artist interviews, images, a short story, and a conversation between Adel Abdessemed, Marc Blondeau, and Marc Jancou.(read less)