May 25, 2023

Sam and Daniel Kapp are identical twin brothers and founders of New York City art gallery, Kapp Kapp. First founded in the Gayborhood of Philadelphia, Kapp Kapp has since expanded and was among the first galleries to open in the recent Tribeca gallery neighborhood. Their program champions a number of historically overlooked artists, such as legendary gay photographer Stanley Stellar with whom they had four shows in consecutive years and produced a now sold-out monograph. In group exhibitions, the gallery has exhibited Anthony Cudahy, Bony Ramirez, Asif Hoque, and Sam McKinniss.

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