After a year of renovations, The Drawing Center will open its doors at 35 Wooster Street on Thursday, September 13, 2012. The $9.6 million expansion gives the non-profit a hearty 9,150 square feet of space for three separate galleries, doubling its previous size.
Rhoni Blankenhorn is a California-born contemporary art writer and consultant, now living in Brooklyn. Find her on twitter @rhonierika.
The Epic Return of The BushwickBK
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Are you an ArtLurker? Enter to Win the Miami Art Blogger Prize
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Finally, Nude Art Tours
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