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146 Greene Street
New York, NY 10012
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212 489 3331
Founded in 1985, Susan Sheehan Gallery specializes in American Post-War and Contemporary prints and works on paper, with an emphasis on Minimalism and Pop Art. 

The gallery has been a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) for 25 years and Susan is currently a board member and chair of The Art Show Committee. 
Works Available By:
Josef Albers
Alexander Calder 
Vija Celmins
John Chamberlain
Willem de Kooning
Richard Diebenkorn
Richard Estes
Helen Frankenthaler
Philip Guston
Al Held
David Hockney
Jim Hodges
Robert Indiana
Jasper Johns
Donald Judd
Ellsworth Kelly
Roy Lichtenstein
Glenn Ligon
Brice Marden
John McLaughlin
Robert Motherwell
Bruce Nauman
Ed Ruscha
Fred Sandback
Richard Serra
David Smith
Wayne Thiebaud
James Turrell
Cy Twombly
Andy Warhol


Installation view courtesy Susan Sheehan Gallery.
Installation view courtesy Susan Sheehan Gallery.
Installation view courtesy Susan Sheehan Gallery.
Installation view courtesy Susan Sheehan Gallery.
Installation view courtesy Susan Sheehan Gallery.
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Online Programming

Vija Celmins

Art Basel OVR20c - Vija Celmins: The Image Redescribed

Vija Celmins (b. 1938) is renowned for her meticulous renderings of vast natural wonders. This presentation of six exceptional original prints demonstrates her signature, uncompromising style and her mastery of printmaking techniques.

Past Exhibitions

Ellsworth Kelly

Ellsworth Kelly's Colored Paper Images

April 23, 2020 - May 31, 2020
Susan Sheehan Gallery is showcasing a group of works from the series Colored Paper Images by Ellsworth Kelly created in 1976. These works were made in small editions, supplemented by artist’s proof impressions. Kelly considered each of these works unique because of the variations in each image caused by the paper pulp printing process. This significant historic group traces Ellsworth Kelly’s progression of utilizing the distinctive medium of colored paper pulp to expand upon his seminal investigations into perceptions of form, line, and color. However, his willingness to experiment with bleeding color and the variable surface qualities of handmade paper was a radical departure from his established preoccupation (which he maintained in paintings) with immaculate shape, bounded color, and pristine surface. The unpredictable nature of the materials allowed chance to enter into Kelly’s highly controlled working process while also making each impression distinctive. The highly experimental series was created in collaboration with the master printer Kenneth Tyler in Mt. Kisco, New York in 1976 and 1977. It was exhibited in Colored Paper Images at The Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1978 and it was also shown at the exhibition Colored Paper Images at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. in 2012. ​

Helen Frankenthaler, Vija Celmins, Jasper Johns, Ed Ruscha, Brice Marden, Wayne Thiebaud, John McLaughlin, Alexander Calder, David Smith, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Ellsworth Kelly, Lee Krasner

The Armory Show - The Handmakers' Tale: American Prints and the Women Who Made Them

March 5, 2020 - March 8, 2020
The American post-war period, often referred to as the American Print Renaissance, saw the birth of a group of important and influential printmaking workshops, many of which were owned and operated by women as well as important masterworks of printmaking created by women artists. “The Handmakers’ Tale,” will examine, through the artworks exhibited and an accompanying e-catalogue, the ground-breaking work and legacy of these woman workshop founders, master printers, and artists. The exhibition will focus on the businesses they built, the renowned artists they printed with and mentored, the works they made, and the artistic and business models they developed that proved incredibly influential.

Jasper Johns, Wayne Thiebaud, Ellsworth Kelly, Ed Ruscha, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Sam Francis

The Art Show

February 27, 2020 - March 1, 2020
Presenting a selection of Post-War American masterworks of printmaking. Frank Stella, "Double Gray Scramble," 1973.