Established in 2006, in a large industrial space, Georgia Scherman Projects is a three-pronged undertaking. The first project represents established contemporary names such as Suzy Lake, and emerging talents like Divya Mehra. A second project attempts to contextualize the gallery artists within a broad and idiosyncratic cultural field. It draws from the historical and the contemporary, from North America and abroad. The third project collaborates with outside curators and artists to encourage spontaneous discourse.GSP exhibitions have included: Lifting - Theft in Art (curated: Atopia Projects), 2008; Hank Willis Thomas, Visionary Delusions (curated: Olivier Fuller), 2009; A Subject Full of Suggestion: Works from the Latner Family Collection, 2009; and Shaun Gladwell, Portrait of a man…(curated by Ihor Holubizky), 2010; 28 Days: Reimagining Black History Month (curated by Pamela Edmonds and Sally Frater), 2012; Sandra Meigs, Basement Panoramas (in collaboration with Susan Hobbs Gallery), 2014.