Katz's Delicatessen in Manhattan is known for its giant pastrami sandwiches. This year it is celebrating 125 years on the Lower East Side. As part of a year-long celebration, Katz's fifth generation owner Jake Bell rented out the space next door and turned it into a gallery known as The Space. For three months, the gallery is rotating 15 artists to celebrate the art that comes out of the neighborhood. There was only one prerequisite – the artists had to create art that had to do with the deli. On display through November are Hanksy, Rich Tu, Baron Von Fancy, Kenzo Minami, and HYP-INC. Each artist has a connection to the Lower East Side neighborhood and art scene. The Space curator Emma Reily says the next installments will be a photography exhibit, followed by a showing of classical artists.