New galleries

New Brooklyn art space launches with exhibition celebrating birthdays of people of colour killed by police violence

Worthlessstudios is expanding upon the digital project 1-800 Happy Birthday, debuted in a physical form at Nada New York in May

Powerhouse Los Angeles gallery David Kordansky lands in Chelsea

The gallery opened its Chelsea showroom with an exhibition by one of its rising stars, Lauren Halsey, who will transform the Met’s rooftop next summer

New York gallery The Hole opening Los Angeles location just in time for Frieze

It joins a half-dozen galleries with designs on opening West Coast outposts, from megas like Pace and Sean Kelly to smaller spaces like Sargent's Daughters

‘We want to have romances with many people’: art space focused on forging alliances to open in New York

The Center for Art, Research and Alliances, or CARA, will launch in June with a series of public events at its West Village headquarters

Lehmann Maupin gallery to move to larger space in Seoul’s Hannam-dong district, home to K-pop artists and movie stars

The US gallery is expanding its footprint in South Korea as young collectors boost a buzzing art scene

Campeche, a new gallery in Mexico City, champions underrepresented artists in a country dominated by 'machismo'

"We are trying to build a programme that will be very female and queer oriented... that might be difficult for a Mexican audience, but it has to happen,” founder says

'Unity is survival': former Pace director Nicola Vassell to open a gallery in New York

Vassell's inaugural exhibition will feature work by the photographer Ming Smith

Edinburgh's Fruitmarket Gallery to transform nightclub into new art venue

Karla Black survey will fill both spaces, including former fruit and veg warehouse next door

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Berlin techno club adds art centre to its offerings

Tresor will have new neighbours including art, books, and a Japanese garden

Lady Foster opens gallery and bookshop in Madrid

A former garage becomes an art space, as the Ivory Press publisher inaugurates building designed by her husband

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Anita Zabludowicz reinvents North London chapel as experimental gallery

The inaugural exhibition will feature a portion of her own collection, as well as a contribution from New York's Rina Banerjee

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The mass gallery exodus from SoHo continues despite rumblings of a recession

Chelsea becomes the new home of many even as it becomes ever more expensive

A whole new neighbourhood of art: Tate Modern invigorates the South Bank

Giles Waterfield, former director of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, looks at this witty and non-judgemental enterprise, one of many visual art developments already around the future Tate Gallery of Modern Art