The new space is designed by London-based architects MATHESON WHITELEY, their first project in the United States.
Chatham Square is the historic intersection the gallery looks onto. The confluence of eight streets, the square was also once the junction of two elevated railways. Chatham Square reflects this history of synthesis, of traffic flows, and of local connections. The exhibition includes painting, video, and photography by Michael Bell-Smith, Sascha Braunig, Ellen Cantor, Petra Cortright, Sara Magenheimer, and Travess Smalley.