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The Kitchen is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary art space in New York.

The Kitchen was founded in Greenwich Village in 1971 and it takes it name from its original location, the kitchen of the Mercer Arts Center. Although first intended as a location for the exhibition of video art, the Kitchen soon expanded its mission to include other forms of art (plastic and performance). Notable Kitchen alumni include Arthur Russell, Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson, John Moran, Peter Greenaway, Ridge theater, The Future Sound of London, Leisure Class, Brian Eno, and Cindy Sherman.




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