Jack Shainman Sets May Opening for Massive Outpost in Upstate New York

Jack Shainman's school in Kinderhook, New York. Courtesy Jack Shainman.

Chelsea dealer Jack Shainman is all set to open the doors to the former school he bought in upstate New York. The old Martin Van Buren School building in Kinderhook—which is about 2.5 hours north of New York City, just beyond the artsy enclave of Hudson—will provide the gallery with a sweeping 30,000-square-foot project space when it opens to the public on May 17.

Dubbed simply “The School,” the renovated space has been designed by architect Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas and is located at 25 Broad Street.

Benjamin Sutton

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