Tachi Gallery

Gallery in The Lower Manhattan area

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Film Maker Joe Scarpinito has opened Tachi Gallery in one of his Tribeca buildings, Pearline Soap Factory. "I've been collecting for around 30 years, so I have over a thousand pieces" he said.

Seeing as how he had commercial space available, why not use it? Currently, a group show is up: There are works by Jean-Pierre Roc-Roussay, Victor Wang, and Jeanne Lorioz, as well as 40 Paul Klee lithographs from the 1920s that Scarpinito discovered unframed in his father's basement. Gallery manager Jane Bassolino says that soon, however, the gallery will be devoted to portraits by Sasson Soffer, an artist who was originally from Iraq, lived in New York City, and died two years ago.

As for the dice in the corner, they're evidently part of Scarpinito's decision-making process.

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Opening hours

From 10:00 to 18:00




Address: 414 Washington St., New York, NY 10013
Phone: 212-226-6828

Between Vestry and Laight Sts., Subway: 1/C/E to Canal Street.

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