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Consolo arranges move for Nathan A. Bernstein gallery

Art gallery Nathan A. Bernstein & Co. is relocating to a two-story space at 954 Lexington Avenue.

Faith Hope Consolo at Douglas Elliman arranged the lease for the 30-year-old gallery whose recent exhibitions have showcased masters Monet, Léger, Renoir, Picasso, Klee, as well as contemporary U.S. artists Warhol, Koons and Basquiat and Asian artists Nara and Wang.

The gallery is relocating from 21 East 65th Street, near the corner of Madison Avenue, to this two-story space on Lexington Avenue.

“This was a very savvy move by Nathan from Madison to Lex, and I think we’ll see more art galleries following him to open up along this corridor,” said Consolo.

The broker’s Worldwide Leasing & Sales Team has arranged leases for pop art gallery Diamondocity at 958 Lexington and for antique furniture gallery L’Art de Vivre Antiques at 978 Lexington.

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