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Nicole Fiacco opened her first Hudson gallery space in 2002 at 506 Warren Street in Hudson, NY in an antique storefront typical of Warren Street.  The gallery specialized in contemporary Native American art under the name Modo Gallery and exhibited the work of Kay WalkingStick, Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Duane Slick and Susan Folwell, among others.  In 2005, the gallery began exhibiting the work of contemporary artists in all media, from around the world, beginning with Cuban-American artist Enrique "Kico" Govantes.  Highlights from the gallery's exhibition program include the 2006 exhibition Parallel Passages: Lynn Davis at the Sites of Frederic Church, which was invited to travel to the Albany Institute of History and Art in 2007.  Also in 2007, an exhibition of drawings by John Lees was reviewed by The New York Times.  Other exhibiting artists at 506 Warren included Giovanni di Mola, Laura Gail Tyler, Ken Polinskie, Victor Schrager, Cynthia Grieg, Christopher Haun, Lothar Osterburg, Chad Kleitsch, Will Wilson, Sarah Sense, Anita Fields and Michal Bachi, among others.

In 2008, the gallery moved to 336 Warren Street, a beautifully proportioned white box with 18 foot ceilings.  Here the gallery exhibited artists including David Deutsch, Jason Middlebrook, Joan Banach, Linda B. Horn, Victoria Sambunaris, Erik Schoonebeek, Karen Halverson, David True, Ieva Mediodia, Allyson Strafella, Melora Kuhn, Joyce Robins, Susan Wides, Robert Roane Beard, Les Leveque, Barabara Ess, Catherine Mosely, Robert The, Ruth Leonard and John Cleater, among others. 

For nearly 10 years the gallery helped to cement the city of Hudson as a destination for contemporary art, exhibiting artists from New York to Tel Aviv, both emerging and established.  The gallery received regular editorial coverage in regional publications including Berkshire LivingChronogram, Catskill Mountain Guide, Hudson Valley Magazine and Metroland; as well as national publications including Art in America Magazine, Sculpture Magazine, Southwest Art Magazine, American Craft Magazine and Hand Papermaking Magazine.



Nicole Fiacco


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