January 12, 2012
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Since opening her doors in 2008, Lisa Cooley’s artists have consistently appeared in prestigious group shows, museum exhibitions, publications, and have been added to several major museums’ public collections. To name just a few of their larger shows over the past two years, J. Parker Valentine showed at Taka Ishii, Frank Haines performed at PS1, and Erin Shirreff exhibited in Greater New York and at the Met. It comes as no surprise that the gallery will soon move from its (roughly) 700-square-foot storefront on Orchard Street to a 4,800-square-foot space at 107 Norfolk.