Andrew Edlin Gallery was established in 2001 in a loft space in Chelsea with a program focused on outsider artists. In 2002, the gallery expanded to a larger space on 20th street and was recognized by the press for being the first to exhibit the work of Swiss artist Hans Krüsi in North America. The following year, Andrew Edlin Gallery presented a groundbreaking exhibition in a makeshift space near the Miami Beach Convention Center during Art Basel, featuring the works of Henry Darger, Adolf Wölfli, Martin Ramírez and other notable self-taught artists. In 2005, the gallery was granted exclusive representation of the estate of Henry Darger. In subsequent years, the gallery has participated in various art fairs, including the Outsider Art Fair, Art Forum Berlin, the Armory Show, Drawing Now Paris, the Dallas Art Fair and Art Basel Miami Beach. In the fall of 2009, Andrew Edlin Gallery relocated to a light-filled ground floor space in lower Chelsea where it continues to hold visually and intellectually provocative exhibitions of both trained and untrained artists. In recent news, the gallery has become the exclusive representative of the work of Marcel Storr, a previously unknown French artist whose 2012 solo exhibition at the Pavillon Carré Baudoin in Paris drew unanticipated crowds and was met with exceptional praise from critics.