Blum Helman Gallery

New York, NY

1984

The first large-scale art exhibition space to open in SoHo, this 4,000-square-foot gallery was designed to accommodate heavy, over-sized sculpture and other works of art. The reinforced-steel structural system and poured concrete floor supported the large-scale works while maintaining the original interior of the cast-iron loft building. The tin ceiling and exposed track lighting further emphasized the character of SoHo’s early twentieth-century architecture. Artists who displayed works with Blum Helman include Bryan Hunt and Ellsworth Kelley.

©Michael Moran/OTTO

Blum Helman Gallery

New York, NY

1984

©Michael Moran/OTTO

Blum Helman Gallery

New York, NY

1984

©Michael Moran/OTTO

The first large-scale art exhibition space to open in SoHo, this 4,000-square-foot gallery was designed to accommodate heavy, over-sized sculpture and other works of art. The reinforced-steel structural system and poured concrete floor supported the large-scale works while maintaining the original interior of the cast-iron loft building. The tin ceiling and exposed track lighting further emphasized the character of SoHo’s early twentieth-century architecture. Artists who displayed works with Blum Helman include Bryan Hunt and Ellsworth Kelley.

©Michael Moran/OTTO
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