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Senior Artists' Gallery Moves to West Chelsea

By Mathew Katz | April 4, 2013 7:19am

CHELSEA — A new gallery in West Chelsea is offering up something old.

The Carter Burden Gallery, which is dedicated to showcasing older working artists, has moved from its old home at Gallery 307 on Seventh Avenue to gallery-lined West 28th Street, a move that brings it to the heart of Chelsea's artistic center.

"It's really going to bring in traffic from other galleries," said curator Marlena Vaccaro.

"We can work with and connect with other galleries in the neighborhood to help these older artists, because they deserve the spotlight as well.

Created by the Carter Burden Center for the Aging, the original Gallery 307 showcased a variety of art, including photography, painting and sculpture.