Maccarone is a contemporary art gallery in Manhattan, New York’s West Village in New York City.
Founded by Michele Maccarone in 2001, the gallery opened in an abandoned electronics store on Canal Street. The gallery was among the first to exhibit in Chinatown, and the space allowed for the mounting of several projects historic in scope and unique to the space, including young artists alongside historic figures. In 2007, the gallery moved to the West Village where it inhabits a 6,000 square feet (560 m2) space at 630 Greenwich Street.
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630 Greenwich St.