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Mark Borghi was founded in 1998 in New York. In 2004, the gallery opened a second space in Bridgehampton serving as a summer outpost exhibiting the same program as New York. The gallery program has mounted exhibitions of contemporary art featuring the work of Richard Prince, Jean Michel Basquiat and Christopher Wool as well as exhibitions dedicated to the history of The New York School, Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art showing the earlier work of Hans Hofmann, Roy Lichtenstein and Willem de Kooning. In 2011, a third gallery opened in Palm Beach at 255 Worth Avenue with the inaugural exhibition: Larry Poons Recent Works. After closing the Palm Beach space in 2019, the gallery opened a second location out east in Sag Harbor in July 2020 with the inaugural exhibition: The Silence Perpetuates, a survey of important Black artists.