The gallery opened its first space in March 2006 at 36 Orchard Street in New York’s Lower East Side, and was instrumental in establishing the neighborhood as a new destination for contemporary art. The gallery regularly stages one-person and curated group exhibitions, and organizes film screenings and lectures by leading philosophers and critical theorists, such as Alain Badiou, Slavoj Zizek, Quentin Meillassoux, and Reza Negarestani. In 2011, the gallery's publishing division, Sequence Press, was inaugurated as a collaborative enterprise with British publisher Urbanomic and, among other titles, released François Laruelle's The Concept of Non-Photography, Nick Land's Fanged Noumena, Quentin Meillassoux’s The Number and the Siren, and Spine by R. H. Quaytman. Recent titles include Fernando Zalamea’s Synthetic Philosophy of Contemporary Mathematics, François Laruelle's From Decision to Heresy: Experiments in Non-Standard Thought and Gilles Châtelet’s To Live and Think Like Pigs.
In 2014, the gallery opened an 8,000 square foot second space two blocks away at 88 Eldridge Street, above a parking garage, to focus on staging large-scale exhibitions.
We represent mostly New York-based artists such as Yuji Agematsu, Rey Akdogan, Liz Deschenes, Rochelle Goldberg, Sam Lewitt, R. H. Quaytman, Eileen Quinlan, Raha Raissnia, Jimmy Raskin, Blake Rayne, and Pieter Schoolwerth. The gallery also works with West Coast and international artists such as Gareth James, Aaron Flint Jamison, Scott Lyall, Jean-Luc Moulène, Florian Pumhösl and Pamela Rosenkranz. In 2016, we started representing the films of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet.
Participation in international art fairs, such as Art Basel in Basel, Miami Beach and Hong Kong, Frieze London and New York as well as FIAC Paris, is also part of the gallery’s yearly schedule.