Jennifer Lawrence has a new man in her life. The Oscar-winning actress is moving on from ex Darren Aronofsky with an art gallery director.
Diving Into The Normal Pool
The Red Sparrow star, 27, is known for dating high-profile Hollywood men, including Aronofsky, the director of the controversial film mother!, Coldplay singer Chris Martin, and fellow actor Nicholas Hoult, her co-star in the X-Men movies.
Surprisingly, her latest paramour is a nobody, comparatively speaking. Lawrence has allegedly been spending time with 33-year-old art gallery director Cooke Maroney if multiple sources are to be believed.
Witnesses spotted the two out in New York City on several occasions, most recently while strolling arm-in-arm earlier this week. There may have been a spot of PDA if certain corners are correct.
Maroney is a director of high-end space Gladstone Gallery, which typically features works from artists including Carroll Dunham, father of Girls creator Lena Dunham. Lawrence's best friend Laura Simpson allegedly introduced the actress to Maroney.
Finally Moving On
The Oscar-winning actress was heartbroken by her split from Aronofsky, gushing at the time that it felt as though they'd been together much longer than they actually were.
"I had been saying two years for so long and he was like, 'It's been like, six months!' I think two years. I mean, I was in love with him for like, two years," explained Lawrence at the time, admitting that she was still in love with the filmmaker.
At the 2018 BAM Gala earlier this month, the Red Sparrow star presented Aronofsky with an award for his contribution to the arts, noting he was still a close friend of hers.
The couple split in November 2017, having dated for just over a year. They broke up just as the promo tour for mother! began.
Lawrence is known for staying on good terms with her ex-boyfriends, explaining back in February that it's because of how upfront she is as a person.
"I'm friends with all my exes, actually ... I think it's because I'm blunt. I don't think that you can have any sort of bad relationship with anybody if you're just blunt," she said.
Maroney is Lawrence's most normal boyfriend thus far. The art gallery director attended NYU, where he studied art history and hails from Vermont. He's often spotted at high-end parties in the Hamptons.
Lawrence made it clear, in a February interview with shock jock Howard Stern, that she was on the lookout for a new man.
"I am not in a relationship. I am making it clear that I have not had sex in a very long time. I would like to have a relationship, you know-it's hard out there!" she joked.