303 Gallery was first established by owner and
director Lisa Spellman in 1984 at 303 Park Avenue South. In addition to
its address, the gallery name also references Alfred Stieglitz's
"Intimate Gallery" artists-collaborative located in Room 303 of the
Anderson Galleries building. Spellman's 303 Gallery moved to the East
Village in 1986 where she invited such artists as Christopher Wool and
Robert Gober to curate special artist projects and collaborations. 1989
marked 303 Gallery's move to 89 Greene Street in Soho where Vito
Acconci, Andreas Gursky, Larry Johnson, and Rirkrit Tiravanija had solo
exhibitions. It was on Greene Street that Spellman initially exhibited
Doug Aitken, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Rodney Graham, Karen Kilimnik, and
Collier Schorr. In 1996, 303 Gallery was among the first galleries to
move to Chelsea, opening at 525 West 22nd Street and subsequently moving
to 547 West 21st Street in 2008 and to 507 West 24th Street in 2013. In
2016 the gallery will open its new location at 551 West 21 Street in a
building designed by principal architect Norman Foster + Partners.
Alicja Kwade Elad Lassry
Kristin Oppenheim Marina Pinsky
Jane and Louise Wilson
555 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011 303 Gallery
Acquavella Galleries is distinguished for its expertise in the fields of
19th, 20th and 21st century art. The gallery, founded by Nicholas
Acquavella in the early 1920s, is now a three-generation, family-owned
business: Bill Acquavella joined his father in 1960, Bill’s daughter
Eleanor joined in 1997, and his sons Nick and Alexander joined in 2000
and 2003 respectively. The gallery first specialized in works of the
Italian Renaissance and old master paintings, but Bill expanded the
focus to include the masters of Impressionism, Post-Impressionism,
Cubism, and Surrealism. In the late 1980s, the gallery also began
dealing in postwar and contemporary art. Today, the gallery regularly
exhibits works by artists such as Paul Cézanne, Claude Monet, Edgar
Degas, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Pierre Bonnard,
Joan Miró, Fernand Léger, Paul Klee, Alberto Giacometti, Willem de
Kooning, Franz Kline, Mark Rothko, Jean Paul Riopelle, Jean Dubuffet,
Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Lucian
Freud. On the primary market, the gallery represents Miquel Barceló,
Jacob El Hanani, Damian Loeb, and Wayne Thiebaud.
For more than 90 years, Acquavella Galleries has sold major paintings
and sculpture to private collectors and museums worldwide. Through its
exhibitions, it has also gained a reputation for organizing shows of
particular note, both loan exhibitions and for-sale shows. Among the
most significant over the past several decades include The Pop Object:
The Still Life Tradition in Pop Art (2013), Lucian Freud Drawings
(2012), Georges Braque: Pioneer of Modernism (2011), Robert and Ethel
Scull: Portrait of a Collection (2010), Picasso’s Marie-Thérèse (2008),
Manolo Millares (2006), James Rosenquist: Monochromes (2005), Lucian
Freud: Recent Paintings & Etchings (2004), Cézanne Watercolors
(1999), Alberto Giacometti (1994), Robert Rauschenberg Drawings:
1958-1968 (1986), Lyonel Feininger (1985-1986; this exhibition traveled
to The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C.), Edgar Degas (1978),
Claude Monet (1976), Henri Matisse (1973) and many others. In addition,
each year, the gallery curates exhibitions that offer a variety of 19th
and 20th century masterworks.
Michael Findlay, Esperanza Sobrino, Tsutomu Takashima, and Ken Yeh are
the directors of Acquavella. Their combined experience represents a wide
range of expertise in acquisition, appraisal and education. Business
can be conducted in French, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Taiwanese,
Spanish, and English.
Acquavella is located at 18 East 79th Street in New York City, occupying a five-story French neo-classical townhouse. Miquel Barcelo Jacob El Hanani
Jean-Michel Basquiat Jean (Hans) Arp Frank Auerbach Francis Bacon Miquel Barceló Pierre Bonnard Eugene Boudin Georges Braque Alexander Calder Paul Cézanne Marc Chagall Edgar Degas Andre Derain Richard Diebenkorn Peter Doig Kees van Dongen Jean Dubuffet Marlene Dumas Zeng Fanzhi Lucio Fontana Lucian Freud Paul Gauguin Alberto Giacometti Vincent van Gogh Arshile Gorky Philip Guston Eva Hesse David Hockney Jasper Johns Wassily Kandinsky Mike Kelley Paul Klee Franz Kline Willem de Kooning Fernand Léger Roy Lichtenstein Morris Louis Rene Magritte Aristide Maillol Piero Manzoni Brice Marden Henri Matisse Fausto Melotti Manolo Millares Joan Miró Amedeo Modigliani Claude Monet Henry Moore Claes Oldenburg Pablo Picasso Camille Pissarro Sigmar Polke Jackson Pollock Robert Rauschenberg Odilon Redon Pierre-Auguste Renoir Jean Paul Riopelle Susan Rothenberg Mark Rothko Ed Ruscha Egon Schiele Georges Seurat Paul Signac Alfred Sisley David Smith Nicolas de Staël Yves Tanguy Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Cy Twombly Maurice de Vlaminck Andy Warhol Tom Wesselmann 18 East 79th Street New York, NY 10075 Acquavella Galleries, Inc.
The George Adams Gallery traces its origins to the Allan Frumkin Gallery, founded in Chicago in 1952 with a New York opening in 1959. George Adams’ association with the New York gallery began in 1980, with Mr. Adams and Mr. Frumkin forming a partnership, Frumkin/Adams Gallery, in 1988. Upon Mr. Frumkin’s retirement in 1995, the gallery assumed its present identity of George Adams Gallery.
From its inception, the gallery has introduced and promoted a diverse range of artists, most notably from the San Francisco Bay Area and Latin America, while mounting regular exhibitions of 20th Century European master drawings by such artists as Max Beckmann, Lovis Corinth, James Ensor, Alberto Giacometti, and Henri Matisse, among others. The rich history of the gallery includes the careers of artists such as Jeremy Anderson, Robert Barnes, William Beckman, Mel Chin, Joseph Cornell, Manny Farber, Paul Georges, Paul Granlund, Theodore Halkin, Robert Hudson, June Leaf, Arthur Liepzig, Maryan, James McGarrell, Willard Midgette, Philip Pearlstein, James Surls, James Valerio, and Sandy Winters. Beginning with Roberto Matta in the 1950s, the gallery played an important role in introducing contemporary Latin American art to American audiences. Subsequently the gallery gave first solo exhibitions in the United States for artists Luis Cruz Azaceta (1979), Jose Bedia (1991), Rosana Palzyan (1998), and Yoan Capote (2004), as well as exhibitions of works by Carlos Alfonzo, Luis Benedit, Juan Francisco Elso, and Arnaldo Roche-Rabell.
Today, the George Adams Gallery represents the estates of Robert Arneson (1930-1992), Jack Beal (1931-2013), Elmer Bischoff (1916-1991), Joan Brown (1938-1990), Roy De Forest (1930-2007), and Gregory Gillespie (1936-2000), while regularly exhibiting the work of contemporary artists such as Enrique Chagoya, Diane Edison, Amer Kobaslija, Andrew Lenaghan, Peter Saul and William T. Wiley, and other emerging and under-recognized artists. Having a long association with art from the San Francisco Bay Area, the gallery’s program maintains a focus on furthering the appreciation of art from the region by supporting research and mounting historical exhibitions from its roster and other lesser-known artists.
Estate of Robert Arneson
Estate of Jack Beal
Estate of Elmer Bischoff
Estate of Joan Brown
Roy De Forest
Estate of Gregory Gillespie
Luis Cruz Azaceta Jose Bedia
Ed Paschke Peter Saul
Richard Shaw H.C. Westermann
William T. Wiley
531 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 George Adams Gallery
Adler Beatty is a fine art dealership and advisory firm with expertise in Old Master through Contemporary Art. The firm’s founders, Frances Beatty and Alexander Adler, have over forty-five years of combined experience as dealers and advisors to preeminent private collectors and museums worldwide. Adler Beatty is located on New York’s Upper East Side at 34 East 69th Street. 34 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 Adler Beatty
Alexander and Bonin was established in 1995 by Carolyn Alexander and Ted
Bonin with the primary purpose of representing and supporting the work
of emerging, mid-career, and established international contemporary
artists. Since its inception, the gallery has worked closely with
museums and public institutions around the world and has established a
reputation for a rigorous and diverse programme. In 1997, Alexander and
Bonin moved to a three story building in Chelsea, and in 2016 moved to its new location at 47 Walker Street in Tribeca. John Ahearn Jonathas de Andrade Matthew Benedict Fernando Bryce Michael Buthe Carlos Bunga Willie Cole Eugenio Dittborn Willie Doherty Victor Grippo Mona Hatoum Diango Hernández Emily Jacir Robert Kinmont Stefan Kürten Jorge Macchi Rita McBride Ree Morton Sylvia Plimack Mangold Doris Salcedo Paul Thek
47 Walker Street New York, NY 10013 Alexander and Bonin
Josef Albers Richard Artschwager John Baldessari Sam Francis Philip Guston Jasper Johns Donald Judd Ellsworth Kelly Sol LeWitt Richard Long Robert Longo Robert Mangold Allan McCollum Robert Motherwell Mall Mullican Elizabeth Murray Bruce Nauman Barnett Newman Claes Oldenburg Tom Otterness Raymond Petibon Ken Price Markus Raetz Robert Rauschenburg James Rosenquist Allen Ruppersberg Ed Ruscha Robert Ryman Fred Sandback Sean Scully Richard Tuttle Luc Tuymans Andy Warhol Lawrence Weiner Franz West Remy Zaugg 59 Wooster Street New York, NY 10012 Brooke Alexander, Inc.
Altman Siegel features a robust schedule of exhibitions by important emerging and established artists, punctuated and deepened by historical exhibitions. Its program focuses on internationally recognized, museum-level artists whose work contributes to the cultural dialogue domestically and abroad. The gallery discovers and presents significant Bay Area artists and brings internationally established artists to San Francisco for the first time.
1150 25th Street San Francisco, CA 94107 Altman Siegel
With 45 years of historically important exhibitions, Anglim Gilbert Gallery (formerly Gallery Paule Anglim) forged its identity with the California Beat artists, the Bay Area Conceptualists and vital experimental movements in the art of California. The gallery is proudly committed to maintaining long-term support of its artists in an international community of collectors, curators, and writers.
Lynn Hershman Leeson
Carrie Mae Weems
Pamela Wilson- Ryckman
1275 Minnesota Street San Francisco, CA 94107 Anglim Gilbert Gallery
Founded in 1937, J. N. Bartfield Galleries celebrates our 79th year in business. Bartfield Galleries is the oldest gallery in the nation that specializes in artworks by the masters of the American West. We have a long and storied history of providing assistance to important private and public collections, helping to secure key artworks.
Bartfield Galleries continues to pride itself on its expertise in the field. We are always seeking to acquire major Western, sporting and wildlife paintings and bronzes for individual clients and institutions. We feature works by early Western artists like George Catlin, Karl Bodmer, Albert Bierstadt and Alfred Jacob Miller as well as Western masters like Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, W. R. Leigh, Frank Tenney Johnson and Maynard Dixon.
We have particular interest in the Taos Founders, including E. L. Blumenschein, Walter Ufer and Victor Higgins. We also have a long and successful record of selling works by fine sporting and wildlife artists such as Carl Rungius and Ogden Pleissner. In addition to these, Bartfield's also deals in classic American paintings from Thomas Cole to Thomas Hart Benton and Norman Rockwell to Rockwell Kent.
To purchase, sell and consign artworks, visit J. N. Bartfield Galleries, located on the 5th floor of 60 West 55th Street, New York, New York 10019, or call us at 212.245.8890. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am – 5 pm.
George Caleb Bingham
Laverne Nelson Black
Ernest L. Blumenschein
Carl Oscar Borg
Ira D. Gerald Cassidy
E. I. Couse
Gerard Curtis Delano
William H. Dunton
Henry F. Farny
James Earle Fraser
Philip R. Goodwin
John Wade Hampton
William Jacob Hays
E. Martin Hennings
Frank Tenney Johnson
W. R. Leigh
Alfred Jacob Miller
B. J. O. Nordfelt
Bert Geer Phillips
Charles M. Russell
O. C. Seltzer
J. H. Sharp
John Mix Stanley
Harold Von Schmidt
N. C. Wyeth
Eustace Paul Ziegler
SPORTING AND WILDLIFE ART
John J. Audubon
John Woodhouse Audubon
A. B. Frost
Louis A. Fuertes
Philip R. Goodwin
Richard La Barre Goodwin
Samuel A. Kilbourne
A. L. Ripley
Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait
19th AND 20th CENTURY AMERICAN
Thomas Hart Benton
60 West 55th Street, 5th Floor New York, NY 10019 J.N. Bartfield Galleries, Inc.
A cornerstone of the West Coast art world, Berggruen Gallery has a consistent history of engaging San Francisco audiences with new art and has long been an advocate for the region’s leading artists. Housed in a newly renovated historic three story building, Berggruen Gallery features expanded exhibition space, including two floors of galleries and a floor dedicated to project and event space.
Since opening in 1970, Berggruen Gallery has mounted groundbreaking exhibitions of paintings, sculpture, and prints by American and European masters, modernists, and contemporary artists. The first gallery of national stature in San Francisco, Berggruen Gallery was a pioneer for the bourgeoning San Francisco art scene, and played a fundamental role in cultivating a group of dedicated collectors in the Bay Area. In addition to giving first or early shows to many artists who are now well-established in their careers – including Edward Ruscha, Tom Sachs, and Mark Tansey – the gallery also created a market for Wayne Thiebaud and artists of the Bay Area Figurative school including Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, Elmer Bischoff, and Nathan Oliveira.
Berggruen Gallery specializes in the exhibition and sale of 20th-century American and European paintings, drawings, sculpture, and limited edition prints. In addition, the work of major American post-war artists as well as younger contemporary artists is exhibited. The gallery also presents exhibitions of a historic nature by artists such as Richard Diebenkorn, Ellsworth Kelly, Alexander Calder, Henri Matisse, David Park, Edward Ruscha, Frank Stella, Georgia O'Keeffe, Mark di Suvero, Willem de Kooning, and Wayne Thiebaud.
In addition to mounting exhibitions, Gretchen and John Berggruen work closely with private clients building collections, locating works of art, and providing art advisory services. Mark Adams Darren Almond Tauba Auerbach John Baldessari Stephan Balkenhol Jennifer Bartlett David Bates Robert Bechtle Elmer Bischoff Christopher Brown Alexander Calder Los Carpinteros Vija Celmins Chuck Close Bruce Cohen Tony Cragg Pedro S. de Movellan Richard Diebenkorn Jim Dine Mark di Suvero Helen Frankenthaler Lucian Freud Tom Friedman Alexander Gorlizki Isca Greenfield-Sanders Michael Gregory Philip Guston Diane Andrews Hall Stephen Hannock Al Held Damien Hirst Callum Innes Anish Kapoor Robert Kelly Anselm Kiefer Clare Kirkconnell Yayoi Kusama Julian Lethbridge Roy Lichtenstein Robert Mangold Henri Matisse Tom McKinley Julie Mehretu Claes Oldenburg Nathan Oliveira Tom Otterness David Park Pablo Picasso Martin Puryear George Rickey Linda Ridgeway Edward Ruscha Iran do Espirito Santo Richard Serra Joel Shapiro Kiki Smith Frank Stella Wayne Thiebaud Donald Roller Wilson Paul Wonner 10 Hawthorne Street San Francisco, CA 94105 Berggruen Gallery
In 1980, Peter Blum created Peter Blum Edition where he would go on to publish important editions by John Baldessari, Louise Bourgeois, Tacita Dean, Eric Fischl, Barbara Kruger and James Turrell, among others. In 1993, he opened Peter Blum SoHo which hosted important exhibitions featuring artists such as Alighiero e Boetti, Francesco Clemente, Helmut Federle, Suzan Frecon, Alex Katz, Kimsooja, Yayoi Kusama, Agnes Martin, Piet Mondrian, and Robert Ryman. In 2006, Peter Blum opened an additional space in Chelsea, with exhibitions by Rosy Keyser, Esther Klas, Chris Marker, SUPERFLEX and John Zurier. Peter Blum moved his galleries to 20 West 57th Street in 2013 where he mounted solo exhibitions of works by Alex Katz, Luisa Rabbia, Daniel Rich, David Reed and Robert Zandvliet. In 2017, Peter Blum Gallery moved downtown to a 7,000 square foot space at 176 Grand St with a solo exhibition of new paintings by John Zurier.
Richard Allen Morris
Joyce J. Scott
176 Grand Street New York, NY 10013 Peter Blum Gallery
Throughout the past two decades, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery has developed a leading contemporary program that now represents more than thirty distinguished artists worldwide. Committed to presenting work across all media including painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, and video, the gallery has maintained a rigorous exhibition schedule that features more than ten rotating exhibitions by its artists each year.
Founded in 1994, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery opened at 130 Prince Street in New York City's Soho neighborhood, where it remained until relocating to 521 West 21st Street in Chelsea in 1998. Following a major renovation in the spring of 2006, the gallery doubled in size by acquiring 5,000 square feet along the ground floor of its existing location, expanding its exhibition capabilities as well as its programming.
Since its early years, the gallery has launched and fostered the careers of a key group of international artists that include Martin Boyce, Sandra Cinto, Mat Collishaw, Olafur Eliasson, Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler, Carla Klein, Ernesto Neto, Rivane Neuenschwander, Susan Philipsz, Analia Saban, Tomas Saraceno, and Thomas Scheibitz, providing all of them with their first solo exhibitions in New York and, for many, their respective debuts in the United States. With a growing roster that now includes figures like Phil Collins, Mark Dion, Meschac Gaba, Mark Manders, Haim Steinbach, Sarah Sze, and Gillian Wearing, the gallery continues to support the careers and work of its artists in dialogue with audiences and institutions around the world.
The gallery also continues to participate consistently in major international art fairs including Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, Frieze Art Fair London, Frieze Art Fair New York, The Armory Show, and The Art Show, organized by the Art Dealers Association of America. In 2011, we
exhibited at the Hong Kong International Art Fair and in 2012, at ArtRio International Art Fair of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Uta Barth Martin Boyce Sandra Cinto Phil Collins Mat Collishaw Mark Dion Olafur Eliasson Meschac Gaba Siobhán Hapaska Sabine Hornig Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler Carla Klein Agnieszka Kurant Liz Larner
Liu Shiyuan Charles Long Rita Lundqvist Mark Manders Ernesto Neto Rivane Neuenschwander
Lisa Oppenheim Susan Philipsz Peggy Preheim Analia Saban Tomas Saraceno Thomas Scheibitz
Slavs and Tatars Hannah Starkey Haim Steinbach Dirk Stewen Jack Strange Sarah Sze Jeffrey Vallance Gillian Wearing Nicole Wermers Michael Wilkinson
521 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011 1010 North Highland Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90038 Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Jonathan Boos specializes in 20th-century American paintings, drawings and sculpture, with a particular focus on museum-quality works from the Ashcan School, Modernism (especially the Stieglitz group), Realism, the American Scene, and the Post-war period.
Thomas Hart Benton
William Merritt Chase
John Rogers Cox
Willem de Kooning
Robert S. Duncanson
Frederick Carl Frieseke
Albert Eugene Gallatin
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Jean Albert Gorin
O. Louis Guglielmi
Martin Johnson Heade
Alfred Henry Maurer
George L.K. Morris
Guy Pène du Bois
Jonh Frederick Peto
Edward Henry Potthast
John Singer Sargent
Charles Green Shaw
Charmion von Wiegand
James W. Washington, Jr.
Sanford Robinson Gifford
George L.K. Morris
John Frederick Peto
John Singer Sargent
18 East 64th Street, 4th Floor New York, NY 10065 Jonathan Boos
Since its inception, Rena Bransten Gallery, founded by Rena Bransten in 1974, has sought to define its artistic program by including both established and emerging artists whose work engages with contemporary social and cultural climates. While originally focusing on ceramic sculpture by California artists, the physical gallery space and scope of exhibitions soon expanded to include a multidisciplinary program – all the while sustaining a deep-rooted connection to the crafted object. Now, over forty years later, the gallery continues to exhibit both national and international contemporary artists in one person and thematic exhibitions which maintain a dialog with other galleries, museums, and curators. John Bankston Dawoud Bey
Lawrence Ferlinghetti Dennis Gallagher Estate Rupert Garcia
Diane Hall Doug Hall Matthias Hoch Candida Höfer
Leiko Ikemura Eirik Johnson Bovey Lee Hung Liu
Nathan Lynch Robert Minervini Vik Muniz Tameka Jenean Norris Sam Perry
John Preus Robb Putnam
Amparo Sard Nobuyuki Takahashi
Lava Thomas Tara Tucker Marci Washington John Waters
Lewis Watts Henry Wessel Fred Wilson
1275 Minnesota Street San Francisco, CA 94107 Rena Bransten Gallery
Chambers Fine Art is a gallery specializing in contemporary Chinese art located in New York and Beijing. It was established by Christophe W. Mao in New York in 2000. Recognizing the need for a gallery that would serve as an authoritative source of information on the latest developments in the rapidly growing contemporary art world in China, Mao named his gallery after Sir William Chambers, the celebrated British architect who was a leading exponent of Chinese principles in garden design in the late eighteenth century. During the first seven years, artists including Lu Shengzhong, Hong Hao, Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen had their first solo exhibitions in the USA. Since then a younger generation of artists including Wu Jian’an, Zhao Zhao, Fu Xiaotong, and Guo Hongwei has added different perspectives to the gallery profile. Since 2009 the gallery has occupied premises at 522 West 19th Street, a block that is noteworthy for a concentration of new buildings by Frank Gehry, Shigeru Ban and Jean Nouvel as well as proximity to the High Line, the former elevated railway track that has become a much admired public park. Now in its second decade, Chambers Fine Art has become one of the essential destinations for all those interested in the latest and best coming out of China.
Ai Weiwei 艾未未
Cai Jin 蔡锦
Cui Fei 崔斐
Feng Mengbo 冯梦波
Fu Xiaotong 付小桐
Guo Hongwei 郭鸿蔚
Hong Hao 洪浩
Hong Lei 洪磊
Lu Shengzhong 吕胜中
Qiu Zhijie 邱志杰
Rong Rong 荣荣
Shi Jing 史晶
Shi Jinsong 史金淞
Song Dong 宋冬
Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen 尹秀珍和宋冬
Song Hongquan 宋红权
Tan Dun 谭盾
Taca Sui 塔可
Wang Dongling 王冬龄
Wang Tiande 王天德
Wu Jian'an 邬建安
Xie Xiaoze 谢晓泽
Yan Shanchun 严善錞
Yang Jiechang 杨诘苍
Ye Nan 叶楠
Yin Xiuzhen 尹秀珍
Zhan Wang 展望
Zhang Dun 张盾
Zhao Zhao 赵赵
522 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 Chambers Fine Art
Cheim & Read was founded in 1997 by John Cheim and Howard Read. The gallery actively represents an international group of leading contemporary artists and estates, embracing diverse artistic practices, from painting and sculpture to photography and video. Ghada Amer
McDermott & McGough
547 West 25th Street New York, NY 10001 Cheim & Read
In the fall of 1999, James Cohan Gallery opened on West 57th Street with an exhibition of early work by Gilbert and George. The gallery moved to its present location at 533 West 26th Street in Chelsea in 2002 with a group show including Fred Tomaselli, Phillip Taaffe and Harry Smith. James Cohan's diverse programming includes solo exhibitions of gallery artists and two thematic group exhibitions every year.
James Cohan Gallery operated an additional location in Shanghai, China from 2008 through 2015. This space introduced American and European contemporary art to a Chinese audience, and also introduced a selection of Chinese artists to the gallery’s programs in New York and Shanghai.
James Cohan Gallery opened a second New York location at 291 Grand Street in November 2015. Its inaugural exhibition in the Lower East Side neighborhood was a revelatory exhibition of early Robert Smithson drawings. This additional location allows the gallery to expand its ambitious programming with focused and experimental exhibitions of gallery artists.
The gallery now represents established artists Bill Viola, Fred Tomaselli, Beatriz Milhazes, Richard Long, Yinka Shonibare, MBE and the Estate of Robert Smithson along with emerging artists The Propeller Group, Simon Evans, Omer Fast, Amy Feldman, Spencer Finch, Michelle Grabner, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Philip Hanson, Yun-Fei Ji, Jesper Just, Byron Kim, Mernet Larsen, Scott Olson, Katie Paterson, Hiraki Sawa, Shi Zhiying, Tabaimo, and Xu Zhen.
Simon Evans Omer Fast
Trenton Doyle Hancock Philip Hanson
Byron Kim Mernet Larsen
Estate of Lee Mullican
The Propeller Group
Yinka Shonibare MBE
Estate of Robert Smithson
Alison Elizabeth Taylor
Xu Zhen (Produced by MadeIn)
533 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 291 Grand Street New York, NY 10002 James Cohan
111 Old Quarry Road Guilford, CT 06437 By Appointment
1000 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10075 By Appointment
18th and 19th Century
Specializing in 19th and early 20th century American and European drawings, paintings and sculpture. Milton Avery Robert Frederick Blum Charles Ephraim Burchfield Emil Carlsen William Merritt Chase Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot Charles-Francois Daubigny Charles Harold Davis Mauritz Frederik Hendrik de Haas William Frederick de Haas Joseph Decker Maurice Denis Werner Drewes Sanford Robinson Gifford Winslow Homer George Inness Rockwell Kent John La Farge Ernest Lawson John Marin Willard Leroy Metcalf George L.K. Morris John Frederick Peto Theodore Rousseau John Singer Sargent Joseph Stella John Henry Twachtman Edwin Lord Weeks James Abbott McNeill Whistler Irving Ramsey Wiles Felix Ziem 111 Old Quarry Road Guilford, CT 06437 1000 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10075 Thomas Colville Fine Art
19 East 74th Street New York, NY 10021 By Appointment
The gallery is interested in the diverse strains of American sculpture - academic, beaux-arts, modernist, and abstract - that enlivened the century between 1850 and 1950. In addition there is a particular focus on early 20th century decorative ironwork by Hunt Diederich and Samuel Yellin and we are also active with mid 20th century sculpture and painting by African-American artists such as Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett, and Beauford Delaney. Jo Davidson Arnold Rönnebeck Richmond Barthé
Paul Bartlett Romare Bearden
Henry Kirke Brown
Elizabeth Catlett Beauford Delaney
William Hunt Diederich Abastenia Eberle Herbert Ferber
John B. Flannagan
Harriet Whitney Frishmuth
Carl Paul Jennewein
Hermon Atkins MacNeil
Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
William Zorach 19 East 74th Street New York, NY 10021 Conner•Rosenkranz LLC
Paula Cooper Gallery, the first art gallery in SoHo, opened in 1968 with an exhibition to benefit the Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam. The show included works by Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Robert Mangold and Robert Ryman, among others, as well as Sol LeWitt’s first wall drawing. For over forty years, the gallery’s artistic agenda has remained focused on, though not limited to, conceptual and minimal art.
In 1996, the gallery moved to Chelsea to occupy an award-winning redesigned 19th century building. The architect was Richard Gluckman. In 1999, Paula Cooper opened a second exhibition space on 21st Street.
Beyond its immediate artistic program, the gallery has regularly hosted concerts, music symposia, dance performances, book receptions, poetry readings, as well as art exhibitions and special events to benefit various national and community organizations. For 25 years until 2000, the gallery presented a much celebrated series of New Year’s Eve readings of Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans and James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake.
Mark di Suvero
Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen
524 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 534 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011 521 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011 192 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10011 Paula Cooper Gallery
in a 1870s brownstone, Davis & Langdale Company, Inc. was founded in 1952 by Roy Davis, who remained a principal until 2014. Davis & Langdale Company, Inc. deals in American
art of the 19th and 20th centuries; British art of the 18th, 19th, and
20th centuries; vintage photography; and contemporary art. Areas of
particular specialization include Bloomsbury and modern British art; and
the artists Gwen John, Maurice Prendergast, Charles Prendergast, Wilson
Bentley, Albert York, and Charles Jones.
Robert Andrew Parker
Quentin Bell (1910-1996)
Gwen John (1876-1939)
Robert M. Kulicke (1924-2007)
Henry Lamb (1883-1960) Aaron Shikler (1922-2015)
Albert York (1928-2009)
John White Abbott
Wilson A. Bentley
George & Nathaniel Dance
Peter De Wint
Ernest Lawson Edward Lear
David Levine George Luks
Janet Malcolm Jerome Myers
Theodore Robinson Thomas Rowlandson
Walter Richard Sickert
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231 East 60th Street New York, NY 10022 Davis & Langdale Company, Inc.
Tibor de Nagy is among
the earliest modern art galleries in New York. Today it has a vital
contemporary program and a focus on the Post War second generation New York
School. The gallery is owned and directed by Andrew Arnot and Eric Brown. They
have established a primary contemporary program and an active secondary market.
The gallery has curated and
presented many significant exhibitions over the last several years. They
include “Painters & Poets,” which presented an historical survey of the
gallery’s history upon its 65th Anniversary. The book that
accompanied the exhibition is assigned at colleges and used by academics. A
retrospective exhibition of the West coast collage artist and painter, Jess was
presented including key pieces from the Estate and museum collections, along
with an accompanying catalogue. Last season an exhibition of the painter Andrew
Masullo was held. His work was featured in the 2012 Whitney Biennial.
Tibor de Nagy and John Myers started
the gallery in 1950. It gained attention for discovering then young emerging
artists including Carl Andre, Helen Frankenthaler, Red Grooms, Larry Rivers,
Jane Freilicher, and Fairfield Porter. The gallery was a salon for artists and
poets starting in the 1950s. It published volumes of poetry by New York School
poets John Ashbery, Kenneth Koch, and Frank O’Hara. It continues to publish
books under its Tibor de Nagy Editions imprint.
Susan Jane Walp
Estate of John Ashbery [1927-2017]
Biala [1903 – 2000]
Patricia Broderick [1925 – 2003]
Nell Blaine [1922 – 1996]
Joe Brainard [1914 – 1994]
Rudy Burckhardt [1914 – 1999]
Shirley Jaffe [1923 – 2016]
Jess [1923 – 2004]
Louisa Matthiasdottir [1917 – 2000]
Larry Rivers [1923 – 2002]
15 Rivington Street New York, NY 10002 Tibor de Nagy
Donna Galleries specializes in museum-quality exhibitions and sales of European
and American art from 1900 to 1970, with an emphasis on Surrealism. The gallery
also advises private and institutional clients in building distinguished
collections; it has placed important works of art in both private collections
and museums worldwide.
in 2010 by Emmanuel Di Donna, formerly Vice Chairman of Sotheby's Impressionist
& Modern Art Worldwide, Di Donna Galleries has organized monographic
exhibitions of work by René Magritte, André Masson, and Andy Warhol, among
others—in addition to ambitious group exhibitions such as Fields of
Dream: The Surrealist Landscape, which featured over 70 works by
various artists in a range of mediums. In 2016, Di Donna Galleries opened a new
state-of-the-art, 6500-square-foot space on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The
gallery’s inaugural exhibition, titled Paths to the Absolute: Kandinsky, Malevich, Mondrian, Newman,
Pollock, Rothko, and Still, united 13 masterworks that exemplify
two defining moments in the evolution of European and American abstract
painting. In the spring of 2017 the exhibition A Surrealist Banquet
presented more than 50 works of art inspired by the sensual aspects of
gastronomy as interpreted by the Surrealists and other 20th-century
artists. Di Donna’s most recent exhibition, Nuvolo and Post-War
Materiality 1950-1965, curated by Germano Celant, was the first major
exhibition in the United States of the Italian artist Nuvolo, contextualized
with important works by other European and American artists working in Italy
after World War II.
gallery also exhibits at Art Basel in Switzerland and Miami Beach and TEFAF New
York. Di Donna Galleries is a member of The Art Dealers Association of America
744 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10065 Di Donna Galleries
Helen Altman David Bates Natasha Bowdoin Julie Bozzi Margarita Cabrera Dale Chihuly Rachel Cox Leonardo Drew Jeff Elrod Vernon Fisher Francesca Fuchs Estate of Joseph Glasco Kana Harada Joseph Havel Ted Kincaid Rima Canaan Lee Melissa Miler Amy Myers Robyn O'Neil Aaron Parazette Sam Reveles Linda Ridgway Susie Rosmarin Matthew Sontheimer Erick Swenson Liz Ward Xiaoze Xie
5020 Tracy Street Dallas, TX 75205 Talley Dunn Gallery
Eykyn Maclean is a private gallery based in New York and London, specializing in museum quality Impressionist, 20th century, and Post-War European and American Art. 23 East 67th Street New York, NY 10065 Eykyn Maclean, LP
49 Geary Street, 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94108
Since 1979, Fraenkel Gallery has presented more than 300 exhibitions exploring photography and its relation to other arts. The exhibitions have spanned the medium’s history, from its early masters to the present day. The gallery’s first exhibitions investigated the work of Carleton Watkins, Lee Friedlander, and NASA’s lunar photographs, and these set the tone and pattern for what followed. Because photography’s brief history lends itself to examination backward, forward, and sideways in time, the gallery has presented exhibitions by artists as diverse as Bernd & Hilla Becher, Walker Evans, Eugene Atget, Edward Weston, Diane Arbus, Sol LeWitt, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. The gallery is a primary representative for the work of Diane Arbus, Robert Adams, Lee Friedlander, Adam Fuss, Katy Grannan, Richard Learoyd, Richard Misrach, and Hiroshi Sugimoto, and represents the estates of Garry Winogrand and Ralph Eugene Meatyard.
Bernd & Hilla Becher
Ralph Eugene Meatyard
Richard T. Walker
Carleton E. Watkins
49 Geary Street, 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 Fraenkel Gallery
Amy Kann Steve Kestrel Nancy Lorenz Mary McDonnell Roger Phillips Anna Poor Reeve Schley John Zinsser
19th and 20th Century:
John White Alexander Richmond Barthe Antoine-Louis Barye Thomas Hart Benton Albert Bierstadt Oscar Bluemner Norman Bluhm Isidore Bonheur Rembrandt Bugatti Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux Frederic Church Allan Clark Abastenia St. Leger Eberle Perle Fine Harriet Frishmuth Childe Hassam Robert Henri Malvina Hoffman Mario Korbel Boris Lovet-Lorski Frederick MacMonnies Paul Manship Edward McCartan P.J. Mene Thomas Moran Guy Pène du Bois Henry Varnum Poor Frederic Remington Auguste Rodin Charles M. Russell Augustus Saint-Gaudens Everett Shinn Kimber Smith Miklos Suba Alexander Tatti Paul Troubetzkoy Jack Youngerman 32 East 67th Street New York, NY 10065 GRAHAM James Graham & Sons, Inc.
Alexander Gray Associates is a contemporary art gallery in New York. Through exhibitions, research, and artist representation, the Gallery spotlights artistic movements and artists who emerged in the mid- to late-Twentieth Century. Influential in cultural, social and political spheres, these artists are notable for creating work that crosses geographic borders, generational contexts and artistic disciplines.
510 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 Alexander Gray Associates
875 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3800 Chicago, IL 60611
2044 West Carroll Ave Chicago, IL 60612 By Appointment
1018 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor New York, NY 10075
Founded in Chicago in 1963, Richard Gray Gallery is located in both Chicago and New York and works with prominent private and institutional clients worldwide as a leading dealer of Modern, Post-War and Contemporary American and European art. The gallery offers artwork of exceptional quality and provides expert counsel in all areas of the field, as well as represents and exhibits emerging and well-established artists of international recognition. With a reputation for excellence, integrity and discretion, Richard Gray Gallery provides high level service and market expertise to new and long-standing collections, advising on the acquisition and evaluation of works of museum quality.
Leon Polk Smith
Willem de Kooning
875 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3800 Chicago, IL 60611 2044 West Carroll Ave Chicago, IL 60612 1018 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor New York, NY 10075 Richard Gray Gallery
41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406 New York, NY 10022
Since its inception over thirty years ago, Howard Greenberg Gallery has built a vast and ever-changing collection of some of the most important photographs in the medium. The Gallery's collection acts as a living history of photography, offering genres and styles from Pictorialism to Modernism, in addition to contemporary photography and images conceived for industry, advertising, and fashion. Maintaining diverse and extensive holdings of photographic prints, the gallery includes such masters as Eugène Atget, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bruce Davidson, André Kertész, William Klein, Gordon Parks, Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Josef Sudek, and Edward Weston on its roster of artists. More recent additions include Edward Burtynsky, Jungjin Lee, Alex Majoli, Joel Meyerowitz, Vivian Maier and Marvin Newman. Howard Greenberg Gallery exclusively represents the estates of Berenice Abbott, Saul Leiter and Arnold Newman. Formerly a photographer and founder of The Center for Photography in Woodstock in 1977, Howard Greenberg has been one of a small group of gallerists, curators and historians responsible for the creation and development of the modern market for photography. Howard Greenberg Gallery, founded in 1981, was the first to consistently exhibit photojournalism and 'street' photography, now accepted as important components of photographic art. After nearly 17 years in Soho, Howard Greenberg Gallery moved to The Fuller Building, at 41 East 57th Street, in 2003. Consistent with its former downtown space, the midtown gallery reflects the need for a flexible yet intimate space where multiple exhibitions can be presented simultaneously.
Jacques Henri Lartigue
Ed Van Der Elsken
Henri Cartier Bresson
W. Eugene Smith
Dr. Dain L. Tasker
41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406 New York, NY 10022 Howard Greenberg Gallery
508 West 26th Street, Ground and 8th Floors New York, NY 10001
Lutz Bacher Monika Baer Trisha Baga Julie Becker Bernadette Corporation Paul Chan Guy de Cointet Gianni Colombo Tony Conrad Jim Drain Ida Ekblad Harun Farocki Günther Förg Michael Fullerton Gelitin Daan van Golden Dan Graham Lucy Gunning Guyton \ Walker Rachel Harrison Richard Hawkins Sophie von Hellermann Jacqueline Humphries John Knight Joachim Koester Michael Krebber William Leavitt Konrad Lueg Helen Marten Daniel Pflumm Daniela Rossell Allen Ruppersberg Paul Sharits Gedi Sibony Michael Smith Josef Strau Katharina Wulff Haegue Yang 508 West 26th Street, Ground and 8th Floors New York, NY 10001 Greene Naftali Gallery
Nohra Haime Gallery opened its doors in New York in 1981. Since its inception, the principal focus has been to represent an internationally diverse group of contemporary artists with varying expertise in painting, sculpture, photography, conceptual art and multimedia installation.
For over thirty years, the Gallery has showcased new voices and innovative art, and organized major solo exhibitions within the United States and abroad. It has collaborated with museums and institutions, and advised private collections worldwide.
The Gallery actively participates in art fairs, and publishes numerous exhibition catalogues and art books. In 2011, Nohra Haime opened the NH Galería in Cartagena, Colombia.
Olga de Amaral
Carol K. Brown
Anna Paola Protasio
John Van Alstine
The Niki de Saint Phalle Charitable Art Foundation
500 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011 Nohra Haime Gallery
49 Geary Street, Suite 540 San Francisco, CA 94108
Established in 1987, Haines Gallery has consistently maintained a
dynamic position within the ever-evolving world of contemporary art.
Dedicated to providing a platform for emerging and internationally
established artists from the Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and the United States, the exhibition program encourages diverse practices with a
predisposition for work that is conceptually rigorous and visually
Employing a highly individualistic curatorial
stance, Haines Gallery has often been early to identify and support
artists who have achieved critical acclaim over time. This is
exemplified by our significant US relationships with artists such as
Andy Goldsworthy, Ai Weiwei, Monir Farmanfarmaian and Zhan Wang.
This commitment has resulted in lengthy and
highly rewarding collaborations with our represented artists, enabling
the gallery to facilitate significant exhibitions and acquisitions with
major institutions internationally.
The gallery is a member of the Art Dealers
Association of America and Gallery Principal Cheryl Haines serves on the
San Francisco Advisory Board of the Asian Art Museum and is a founding
director of the Asian Contemporary Arts Consortium, Northern California.
Won Ju Lim
David Maisel Chris McCaw
The Estate of Dennis Oppenheim
49 Geary Street, Suite 540 San Francisco, CA 94108 Haines Gallery
Lillian Heidenberg Fine Art has been specializing in modern and contemporary masters for many years. Lillian has a special interest in modern British sculpture and is a world renowned expert on Henry Moore and Lynn Chadwick. Her collection spans the twentieth century until today featuring many of the most influential international artists from the United States, Europe, China, and beyond. Lillian has advised many important private collectors, museums and institutions around the world. She also is a consultant and in that capacity she helps clients purchase works through auction houses and private sales. The gallery has exhibited at Art Chicago, Art of the 20th Century, Palm Beach Art and Antiques Fair, the ADAA Art Show and the Asian Contemporary Fair.
Willem De Kooning
and can source other artists
Park Avenue New York, NY 10021 Bal Harbour, Florida Southampton, NY Lillian Heidenberg Fine Art
The Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street, 9th Floor New York, NY 10022
18th and 19th Century
American paintings, drawings, and sculpture, 18th through early 20th century; European paintings, drawings, and sculpture, 19th and early 20th century; American furniture and decorative arts, 1810–40; American Aesthetic furniture and decorative arts, 1880–1900 John James Audubon Milton Avery George Bellows Thomas Hart Benton Albert Bierstadt George Caleb Bingham Oscar F. Bluemner William-Adolphe Bouguereau Gustave Caillebotte William Merritt Chase
Frederic Edwin Church John Singleton Copley
John Rogers Cox Edgar Degas Ralph Earl Thomas Eakins Sanford Robinson Gifford William Glackens William Michael Harnett Marsden Hartley Childe Hassam Martin Johnson Heade Winslow Homer Edward Hopper George Inness John Frederick Kensett Blanche Lazzell Henri Le Sidaner
William McCloskey Claude Monet Charles Willson Peale James Peale Raphaelle Peale Jane Peterson John Frederick Peto Hiram Powers Fairfield Porter Maurice Prendergast Winold Reiss
Pierre-Auguste Renoir William Trost Richards Severin Roesen Augustus Saint-Gaudens John Singer Sargent Kay Sage
Charles Sheeler Everett Shinn Joseph Stella Gilbert Stuart Benjamin West James Abbott McNeill Whistler Worthington Whittredge Andrew Wyeth
John White Alexander
Frank Weston Benson
Maurice Boutet de Monvel
John Singleton Copley
Frederick Carl Frieseke
William Michael Harnett
Martin Johnson Heade
Everett Gee Jackson
John Frederick Kensett
Fitz Henry Lane
Anna Mary Robertson Moses
John Frederick Peto
William Trost Richards
John Singer Sargent
The Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street, 9th Floor New York, NY 10022 Hirschl & Adler Galleries
The Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street, 9th Floor New York, NY 10022
Hirschl & Adler Modern, founded in 1981, specializes in art from 1913 to the present, with a strong
emphasis on American Modernism and the post-war period. It also represents a select group of
established and mid-career contemporary artists who are featured regularly through scheduled solo and
group exhibitions in its new gallery space in the Fuller Building, at the corner of 57th Street and Madison Avenue in New York City. Its parent company Hirschl & Adler Galleries, founded in 1952, has been specializing in important American and European art of all periods throughout its 65 year history and shares the space with Hirschl & Adler Modern.
Led for 50 years by President and Director, Stuart P. Feld, and joined in 1999 by his daughter Elizabeth
Feld, Hirschl & Adler mounts about 8 to 10 special exhibitions per year, most accompanied by scholarly
publications. Both the contemporary and historical presentations have received critical acclaim and have resulted in the placement of works into major private collections around the world, as well as the finest American and international museums.
Maria Elena Gonzalez
Peter Poskas III
Edward James Deeds Jr. [The Electric Pencil]
The Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street, 9th Floor New York, NY 10022 Hirschl & Adler Modern
Nancy Hoffman Gallery opened in SoHo in 1972, among the first contemporary galleries downtown to show paintings, sculpture, drawings, photographs, video, and installations. In October 2008 the gallery moved to its new home at 520 West 27th Street in Chelsea--a light-filled space with majestically high ceilings and a sculpture garden.
Nancy Hoffman Gallery maintains commitment, consistency and loyalty to its artists over the years. Some of the artists have shown with the gallery since 1972, others have joined the gallery in recent years.
Nancy Hoffman Gallery’s active program consists of solo exhibitions in the main gallery, introductory shows in the project space, active participation in art fairs throughout the country, along with membership in the Art Dealers Association of America.
Linda Mieko Allen
520 West 27th Street New York, NY 10001 Nancy Hoffman Gallery
Vivian Horan Fine Art was founded in New York in 1986 as a gallery specializing in European and American modern and contemporary masters. Its main focus is on the resale of important works of art from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries by artists such as Carl Andre, Alighiero e Boetti, Enrico Castellani, Lucio Fontana, David Hockney, Donald Judd, Lee Krasner, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Pablo Picasso, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Rudolf Stingel, Cy Twombly and Andy Warhol.
The gallery has mounted significant historical exhibitions including Dufuffet: The Late Years, Minimalism: On and Off Paper, 50 by Matisse: Drawings and Prints, Cindy Sherman: Portraits from the Eighties, Donald Judd: Stacks. In addition, Vivian Horan has placed works in numerous museum collections including the Hirshhorn Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Pier Paolo Calzolari
Jan Dibbets 35 East 67th Street, Floor 2 New York, NY 10065 Vivian Horan Fine Art LLC
Edwynn Houk Gallery was founded in 1977. Since its inception, the gallery has specialized in vintage photographs from 1917-1939 by the leading figures of the Modernist movement. The gallery has mounted more than 200 exhibitions and published more than a dozen monographs. Houk Gallery has served as the exclusive representative of the Estates of Brassaï, Bill Brandt, Dorothea Lange, André Kertész, Ilse Bing, and the Robert Frank Archive. Beginning with exclusive representation of Sally Mann in 1989, Edwynn Houk Gallery has acted as the sole agent for a select group of leading contemporary photographers, including Robert Polidori, Lalla Essaydi, Annie Leibovitz and Abelardo Morell. In 2010, on the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the gallery opened a second location in Zürich.
Alex Guofeng Cao
Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre
Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Manuel Álvarez Bravo
745 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10151 Edwynn Houk Gallery
SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY is located in the heart of Chelsea in a ground floor space at 522 West 24th Street. The gallery provides representation for a range of artists, emerging to established, working across media. Continuing a pattern established early in its history, the gallery consciously develops a program of surprising juxtapositions within and between exhibitions alternating between single artist shows, curated group exhibitions and historical exhibitions. Gallery artists have appeared recently in the Hammer Biennial, Paris Triennale, Whitney Biennial, the Venice Biennale, the Carnegie International and Greater New York at P.S. 1 among many international venues.
Susan Inglett represents Benjamin Degen, Eric Fertman, Hope Gangloff, George Herms, Marcia Kure, Allison Miller, Shaun O’Dell, Robyn O'Neil, Beverly Semmes, Greg Smith, William Villalongo and Ryan Wallace.
Benjamin Degen Eric Fertman Hope Gangloff
Maren Hassinger George Herms Marcia Kure Allison Miller Shaun O'Dell Robyn O'Neil Beverly Semmes Greg Smith William Villalongo Ryan Wallace
522 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 Susan Inglett Gallery
Informed by three generations of art and market knowledge, Kayne Griffin Corcoran was founded in Los Angeles in 2011 under the creative leadership of Maggie Kayne and the primary and secondary market expertise of Bill Griffin and James Corcoran. The gallery embraces characteristics unique to Los Angeles in both its program and physical space. The gallery also has a strong historical foundation, which acts as the backbone for all curatorial programming decisions, including artists pivotal to major movements of their time.
1201 South La Brea Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90019 Kayne Griffin Corcoran
British-born Sean Kelly open his eponymous gallery in 1991. The Gallery has garnered critical attention for its high caliber exhibitions and collaborations with the most significant cultural institutions around the world. After operating privately for four years, the Gallery’s first public space opened at 43 Mercer Street in SoHo. Innovative and revolutionary artists Marina Abramović, James Casebere, Callum Innes, Joseph Kosuth and Julião Sarmento were founding participants in the gallery’s original roster, all of whom still work with the gallery today. With a program embracing work ranging from performance to painting, sculpture to the conceptual, and a variety of mixed media Sean Kelly quickly set the bar high with a reputation for diverse, curatorially driven exhibitions, including thematic and historical presentations.
The Gallery expanded to Chelsea in 2001, moving to a converted 7,000 square-foot industrial space on 29th Street. That new spacious location enabled the Gallery to broaden its creative capacity and curate increasingly ambitious, museum-quality exhibitions to great critical acclaim. With this expansion in space, the Gallery grew its program to represent artists such as Iran do Espírito Santo, Antony Gormley, Rebecca Horn and Frank Thiel. In the ensuing years, the Gallery undertook representation of Los Carpinteros, Leandro Erlich, Laurent Grasso, Johan Grimonprez, Tehching Hsieh, Peter Liversidge, Anthony McCall, Alec Soth and Kehinde Wiley.
Sean Kelly relocated to the rapidly developing Hudson Yards neighborhood in October of 2012. Award-winning architect Toshiko Mori designed the 22,000 square-foot, two-story gallery at 475 Tenth Avenue, a historic 1914 building. Mori was subsequently awarded the AIA Design Award in Interiors for her unique architectural approach to the Hudson Yards location. Continuing its commitment to artists who challenge traditional boundaries of artistic practice, Sean Kelly has in recent years added internationally acclaimed artists David Claerbout, José Dávila, Candida Höfer, Ilse D’Hollander, Hugo McCloud, Mariko Mori, Liu Wei, James White and Sun Xun to its roster.
In addition to celebrating over twenty-five years of gallery exhibition programming, Sean Kelly has garnered international attention for its collaboration with renowned cultural institutions, coordinating hundreds of exhibitions on behalf of its artists at an array of prestigious museums including the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France; the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland; the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel; Kunstwerke Berlin, Germany; the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Montréal, Canada; the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sapporo, Japan; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Tate Gallery, London, England; the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; the Stedelijk van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Holland; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, to name but a few.
Sean Kelly has continued to expand its program to include Julian Charrière, Landon Metz, Sam Moyer, Shahzia Sikander and Janaina Tschäpe ushering in a new generation of exceptional contemporary artists. The Gallery continues to work with artists who challenge their practice both aesthetically and conceptually. Throughout its history the same core values, integrity and ethics have remained central to Sean Kelly’s program, its commitment to excellence and quality remains unwavering.
Iran do Espírito Santo
475 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10018 Sean Kelly Gallery
Krakow Witkin Gallery features contemporary art
of all media by emerging and established regional, national and
international artists. The overall focus is on Minimal, reductivist and
Estate of Sol LeWitt
Estate of Fred Sandback
Ursula von Rydingsvard
Bernd + Hilla Becher
Sylvia Plimack Mangold
10 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02116 Krakow Witkin Gallery
Representation of Contemporary Artists and Estates. Andrew Kreps Gallery was founded in New York in 1996. Widening its original focus on emerging American artists, the program shortly thereafter expanded to include international artists, many of whom had their first exhibitions in the United States or New York at the gallery. In 2013, Andrew Kreps Gallery relocated to 537 W. 22nd Street, and opened an additional project space at 535 W. 22nd Street. 537 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 Andrew Kreps Gallery
Launched in 1981, Elizabeth Leach Gallery has focused
on presenting prominent Northwest and internationally established
artists working in a wide variety of contemporary media, bolstering a
dynamic dialogue between the local community and the global art world. Chester Arnold Christine Bourdette Estate of Bonnie Bronson Estate of Robert Calvo Jaq Chartier Judy Cooke Claire Cowie Ben Dallas Estate of Drake Deknatel Gee's Bend Prints Gee's Bend Quilts Justin Gibbens MK Guth Ann Hamilton Estate of Robert Hanson Stephen Hayes Sean Healy Willy Heeks Deborah Horrell Malia Jensen Lee Kelly Justine Kurland Isaac Layman Dinh Q. Lê Charlene Liu Emilio Lobato Robert Lyons Nicola López Julia Mangold Shane McAdams Melody Owen Jinie Park Joseph Park Matthew Picton Ryan Pierce Christopher Rauschenberg Gregg Renfrow Michelle Ross Mark R. Smith Barbara Sternberger Hap Tivey Anna Von Mertens Joan Waltemath Amanda Wojick
John Baldessari Louise Bourgeois Nicole Eisenman Wolf Kahn Ellsworth Kelly Robert Rauschenberg Richard Serra Joel Shapiro Kiki Smith Al Taylor Hannah Wilke 417 Northwest Ninth Avenue Portland, OR 97209 Elizabeth Leach Gallery
Since its establishment over two decades ago Lehmann Maupin has identified and cultivated the careers of an international roster of visionary and historically significant artists. The gallery has garnered a reputation for supporting artists working across disciplines and with new and challenging forms of creative expression; artists whose work has had a lasting impact on contemporary art and culture. Working closely with curators and leading intellectuals in the field, Lehmann Maupin is committed to presenting its artists’ work on an international scale and to firmly establishing their contributions to art history in the 21st century and beyond.
Gilbert & George
Tim Rollins and K.O.S.
Do Ho Suh
Patrick Van Caeckenbergh
536 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 501 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 Lehmann Maupin
Galerie Lelong & Co. opened in New York in 1985, and in 2001 moved to its present (ground-floor) location in Chelsea. The gallery’s focus is in international contemporary art, representing artists and estates from the United States, South America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region.
The gallery has a long history of working closely with museums and public institutions from around the world to support the placement of permanent commissions and the creation of monographic exhibitions and publications on its artists. It has been a proponent of contemporary Latin American art and has presented exhibitions by some of its most vital figures for over two decades.
Sarah Cain Petah Coyne Angelo Filomeno Andy Goldsworthy Jane Hammond Alfredo Jaar Rosemary Laing Lin Tianmiao Donald Lipski Nalini Malani Cildo Meireles Estate of Ana Mendieta Estate of Hélio Oiticica Yoko Ono Jaume Plensa Zilia Sánchez Kate Shepherd Estate of Nancy Spero Ursula von Rydingsvard Krzysztof Wodiczko Catherine Yass
Pablo Accinelli Vito Acconci Louise Bourgeois James Brown John Coplans Simon English Ellsworth Kelly Anders Krisár Wolfgang Laib Sol Lewitt Richard Long Robert Mangold Brice Marden Malcolm Morley Robert Ryman Sean Scully Antoni Tàpies Frederic Matys Thursz 528 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 Galerie Lelong & Co.
Lévy Gorvy, formed by Dominique Lévy and Brett Gorvy, cultivates a program devoted to innovation and connoisseurship in the fields of modern, postwar, and contemporary art.
The gallery represents Enrico Castellani, Chung Sang-Hwa, Gego, Seung-taek Lee, Senga Nengudi, Karin Schneider, Pierre Soulages, Pat Steir, Frank Stella, and Günther Uecker, as well as the Estate of Yves Klein, the Estate of Roman Opalka, Carol Rama, and the Estate of Germaine Richier.
A globally respected gallerist, Dominique Lévy formed her eponymous gallery in 2012. Formerly Chairman and International Head of Post War and Contemporary Art at Christie’s, Brett Gorvy is one of the leading forces and tastemakers within the 20th century art market. Gorvy joined forces with Lévy in January 2017.
Lévy Gorvy maintains a gallery in Mayfair, London and inaugurated an expanded New York space located at 909 Madison Avenue in January 2017. The gallery fosters continued dedication to the living artists and artists’ estates it represents and pursues a robust program of exhibitions and multidisciplinary events. Enrico Castellani Gego Estate of Yves Klein Senga Nengudi Estate of Roman Opalka Archivio Carol Rama Estate of Germaine Richier Chung Sang-Hwa Karin Schneider Pierre Soulages Pat Steir Frank Stella Günther Uecker
600 Washington Square South Philadelphia, PA 19106
Founded in 1968, Locks Gallery actively represents an international group of critically respected contemporary artists working in a variety of disciplines. The exhibition program is a diverse combination of fresh perspectives on 20th century masters, showcases of Philadelphia talent, and new bodies of work from a core group of acclaimed mid-career artists. With a sustained commitment to contextualizing the work exhibited, the gallery regularly publishes illustrated catalogs and monographs with scholarly essays and hosts public programs such as artist talks, panel discussions, and gallery walkthroughs.
A collaboration with the artist or their estate is at the core of each exhibition, allowing the gallery to present original programming. The staff cultivates long-standing relationships with individuals and institutions, fostering a new climate for contemporary art collecting in the city of Philadelphia.
Locks Gallery was founded in 1968 as the Marian Locks Gallery and became known for building a national audience for the work of living Philadelphia artists. Now under the direction of Sueyun Locks, the gallery continues to highlight local talent with a strong focus on women artists, alongside national and international artists. Ann Agee
the Estate of Edna Andrade
the Estate of Thomas Chimes
Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib
Willem de Kooning
the Estate of George Segal
Robert Rahway Zakanitch
600 Washington Square South Philadelphia, PA 19106 Locks Gallery
The gallery was founded in 1985 by co-owners Lawrence R. Luhring and Roland J. Augustine. Its principal focus is the representation of an international group of contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, video, photography, and performance.
Each artist of the gallery has exhibited widely in museum and gallery contexts and has been regularly included in international exhibitions such as the Venice Biennale, The Carnegie International, and Documenta. The exhibition program is best characterized by its adherence to a rigorous curatorial model that has incorporated critical monographic exhibitions such as Marcel Duchamp (1987), Gerhard Richter (1995), Donald Judd (1999), Martin Kippenberger (2005), and Michelangelo Pistoletto (2013) which have served as historical antecedents for the contemporary program of the gallery.
Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller
Guido van der Werve
531 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 25 Knickerbocker Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11237 Luhring Augustine
Holden Luntz Gallery exhibits a dynamic range of vintage and contemporary American and European photography. The present gallery was founded in 1999 with the mission of acquiring and presenting the work of significant photographers who have either defined or expanded the parameters of fine art photography.
Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
Patrick Demarchelier Brian Duffy
Horst P. Horst
Frank Horvat Karen Knorr
Jim Lee André Lichtenberg
Brett Weston Stephen Wilkes
Ruth Bernhard Edouard Boubat
332 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 Holden Luntz Gallery, Inc.
Robert Adams Darren Almond Nayland Blake Peter Cain
Vija Celmins Thomas Demand
Trisha Donnelly Vincent Fecteau Peter Fischli David Weiss Katharina Fritsch Luigi Ghirri Robert Gober Nan Goldin Martin Honert Gary Hume Jasper Johns Ellsworth Kelly Michel Majerus Brice Marden
Ron Nagle Ken Price Martin Puryear Charles Ray Paul Sietsema Tony Smith Anne Truitt Rebecca Warren Terry Winters
523 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 522 and 526 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 1062 North Orange Grove Los Angeles, CA 90046 7818 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90046 Matthew Marks Gallery
Mary-Anne Martin|Fine Art was established in 1982 by Mary-Anne Martin, who had created the Latin American Department at Sotheby's in the late 1970's. Dedicated to the promotion of Mexican and Latin American art, the gallery showcases works by major artists of Latin America including Carrington, Gerzso, Goeritz, Kahlo, Lam, Matta, Orozco, Rivera, Siquieros, Tamayo and Toledo. Known for its good taste, expertise, and scholarship, Mary-Anne Martin|Fine Art has contributed to the passage of Latin American art from an esoteric specialty to a strong international market.
Isabel de Obaldia
Jose Clemente Orozco
Alfredo Ramos Martinez
David Alfaro Siqueiros
Bridget Bate Tichenor
Alejandro Xul Solar
23 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021 Miami, FL 33146 Mary-Anne Martin|Fine Art
Barbara Mathes Gallery was founded in 1978 and specializes in paintings, sculpture, and works on paper by modern and contemporary masters. The gallery is known for its tightly focused one-person shows and for imaginative thematic exhibitions that present major modern and contemporary artists in new and illuminating contexts. The gallery is also dedicated to exhibiting the work of overlooked major masters in art historical contexts.
Pier Paolo Calzolari
Willem de Kooning
22 East 80th Street New York, NY 10075 Barbara Mathes Gallery
Founded in 2006, Fergus McCaffrey is internationally recognized for its groundbreaking role in promoting the work of post-war Japanese artists such as Sadamasa Motonaga, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Kazuo Shiraga, and Jiro Takamatsu. The gallery also exhibits the work of emerging and seminal Western artists such as Marcia Hafif, Birgit Jürgenssen, and Richard Nonas.
Marcia Hafif Haraguchi Noriyuki Tatsuo Ikeda Birgit Jürgenssen Akira Kanayama Brian MAGUIRE Ishiuchi Miyako Sadamasa Motonaga Saburo Murakami Natsuyuki Nakanishi Hitoshi Nomura Richard Nonas Gary Rough Kazuo Shiraga Fujiko Shiraga Jiro Takamatsu Atsuko Tanaka Toshio Yoshida
Saburo Murakami Tomoharu Murakami
514 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 Fergus McCaffrey
Miles McEnery Gallery presents exhibitions by a multigenerational roster of artists whose works are linked by their drive to discover the points at which the paths of pleasure and knowledge cross. Sometimes that happens organically: minds and bodies working in concert as insight and enjoyment dovetail gracefully. At other times it’s awkward. And unsettling. And consequential. Conflict enters the picture when what you feel and what you know tug you in different directions. That tension creates experiences that compel you to reorganize your relationship to the world—starting with your self, which is, hopefully, a fairly complex constellation of experiences and imaginings, facts and fantasies, realities and relationships. The art exhibited at McEnery highlights the multilayered nature of identity, not to mention history and humanity. It also leaves people free to experience things for themselves. And once that individual experience has begun, it invites you to determine what that experience means for you, but not just to you alone. Freedom and responsibility—or independence and interconnectedness with others—take shape before works that do not strive to provide answers to life’s big questions so much as to draw visitors into conversations with themselves, with their friends, and with strangers. Both internal and external, these dialogues can be insightful, and they can also be infuriating. They are often both. At their best, they sharpen perceptions, excite the imagination, stimulate thinking, and change behavior by making us aware of realities previously unseen. Prescriptive art is nowhere to be found. Nor are one-dimensional works, single-issue statements, or academic rehashes of ideas that have been thoroughly worked through by previous generations. Painting and drawing predominate. This is not because these media are historically important or intrinsically valuable, but because they are basic: simple technologies that record, often in exceptionally nuanced ways, the gestures and maneuvers of a consciousness in action (making decisions, adapting to circumstances, working through rough spots, and coming to conclusions—only to start all over again in the next painting or drawing). The drama—of striving to do something and then striving to do more—opens up all sorts of stories. Each story has lots to say about all sorts of situations, artistic and otherwise. Often both. Both abstract and representational, the works at McEnery invite viewers into worlds within worlds. Familiar details give way to strangeness. What you thought you knew turns out to be different from what you actually know. Strangest of all, your journeys through the overlapping, intersecting worlds in these works do not take you away from the real world so much as they take you more deeply into it—more attentive to subtle differences and inspired to share such discoveries with others. Brian Alfred
Monique van Genderen
David Allan Peters
Tam Van Tran
Liat Yossifor 525 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 520 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011 Miles McEnery Gallery
13 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 By Appointment
Menconi + Schoelkopf is a leading private gallery in the field of American art, focusing on the finest works of art created in this country between 1800 and 1950. Formed in 2001 by Susan Menconi and Andrew Schoelkopf, the gallery has superior expertise in the areas of modernism, American Impressionism, the Ashcan Movement, and in the work of the 19th Century genre and landscape painters of the Hudson River School.
We enjoy working with private collectors of American art, and have also had the pleasure of working with a number of top museums, including: The Art Institute of Chicago; The Brooklyn Museum; The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; and many other leading institutions in our field of interest.
Our business is built on a model that allows us to focus on the best quality American works of art, and we are known in the industry for providing our clients with a wealth of experience and uncompromising principles and ethics. We view our mission as helping families, museums, and private collectors to make better informed decisions about the purchase and sale of important American works of art.
Speaking with collectors about American Art is the greatest joy our work brings us. If you would like to discuss a particular work or the state of the market generally, we welcome your inquiry and look forward to speaking with you.
Ralston Crawford (1906-1978) Charles Biederman (1906-2004) Joseph Stella (1877-1946) Elie Nadelman (1882-1946) Stuart Davis (1892-1964) Otis Kaye (1885-1974)
Sanford Robinson Gifford (1823-1880)
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986)
John Marin (1870-1953)
Milton Avery (1885-1965)
William Merritt Chase (1849-1916)
Gaston Lachaise (1882-1935)
Alfred Maurer (1868-1932)
Mary Cassatt (1844-1926)
Charles Burchfield (1893-1967)
Oscar Bluemner (1867-1938)
George Bellows (1882-1925)
Arthur B. Carles (1882-1952)
Charles Demuth (1883-1935)
Marsden Hartley (1877-1943)
13 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 Menconi + Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Metro Pictures is a New York City art gallery founded in 1980 by Janelle Reiring, previously of Leo Castelli Gallery, and Helene Winer, previously of Artist's Space. It was located in SoHo until 1997 when it was among the first wave of galleries to move to Chelsea.
Metro's opening exhibition in 1980 included Cindy Sherman, Robert Longo, Troy Brauntuch, Jack Goldstein, Sherry Levine, James Welling, and Richard Prince. Subsequently, the one person exhibitions that followed at the gallery were these artists' first major exhibitions in New York. These artists were also each prominently included in the 2009 Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition, "The Pictures Generation".
During the early and mid 1980's, Mike Kelley, Louise Lawler, Martin Kippenberger, John Miller, Tony Oursler and Jim Shaw joined the gallery. Newer generations of artists have continued to expand the gallery. These artists include Olaf Breuning, André Butzer, Andy Hope 1930, Gary Simmons, Andrea Slominski, Isaac Julien, and most recently, David Malkjovic, Paulina Olowska, Trevor Paglen, Catherine Sullivan, Sara VanDerBeek, Tris Vonna-Michell, B. Wurtz, Camille Henrot, Nina Beier, Oliver Laric and Judith Hopf.
Andy Hope 1930
Bas Jan Ader
519 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 Metro Pictures
521 West 26th Street, Fifth Floor New York, NY 10001
Laurence Miller Gallery is among the oldest continually operating galleries in New York City
specializing in the art of photography. Since opening in 1984, Laurence
Miller has concentrated on the exhibition and sale of museum
quality contemporary and vintage fine art photography, having presented
over 250 exhibitions. Laurence Miller has over forty years experience in the fine art
photography market, not only as a gallerist and curator, but also as an
active collector. In his earliest years as an associate of Light Gallery
and later as owner/director of the Laurence Miller Gallery, he has
represented many of photography's modern masters. Since its beginning
the gallery has mounted countless photographic exhibitions significant
to the world of fine art photography and contemporary art, and continually works with museum,
corporate, and private collections worldwide. As a member of the Art
Dealers Association of America (ADAA), a board member and officer of the Association of
International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), and a board member of the Print Center in Philadelphia, the gallery is committed
to representing and exhibiting artworks of the highest quality while
enhancing the visual experience for all of our gallery's visitors. Ray K. Metzker Estate Simone Rosenbauer Toshio Shibata Will Brown Michael Becotte Peter Bialobrzeski Larry Burrows Estate Luca Campigotto Denis Darzacq Miguel Angel Garcia Fred Herzog Anna Iris Lüneman Neal Slavin
Kazuo Sumida Bruce Wrighton Estate
Helen Levitt Sylvia Plachy
Gary Brotmeyer Burk Uzzle Harry Callahan Larry Clark Joan Colom Lois Connor Petah Coyne Lee Friedlander Robert Heinecken Wendell MacRae
Fan Ho Yasuhiro Ishimoto Peter Keetman David Levinthal Joe Maloney Roger Mertin Eadweard Muybridge
Paul Narkiewicz Aaron Siskind Michael Spano Val Telberg Minor White Garry Winogrand
521 West 26th Street, Fifth Floor New York, NY 10001 Laurence Miller Gallery
Robert Miller Gallery was established in 1977 to encourage the reappraisal of underrepresented voices in contemporary art and provide a platform for a critical re-thinking of the 20th century canon. Over the years, the gallery has established an international reputation by working directly with some of the most important and influential artists of the last three decades such as Ai Wei Wei, Louise Bourgeois, David Hockney, Leon Kossoff, Lee Krasner, Robert Mapplethorpe, Joan Mitchell, Alice Neel, Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann, and with the estates of Diane Arbus, Eva Hesse and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Today the gallery continues to promote the careers of underrepresented, mid-career, and established artists; build public and private collections; organize significant exhibitions with other galleries; and facilitate museum shows and scholarly publications.
Justin Allen Diane Arbus Robert Greene Bill Henson
Paul Jenkins Herbert List Willem Oorebeek
Glen Rubsamen Patti Smith Mayumi Terada
Berenice Abbott Eugene Atget Jean-Michel Basquiat Cecil Beaton Harry Bertoia Louise Bourgeois Brassai Cecily Brown Baron Adolph de Meyer Richard Diebenkorn Jiri George Dokoupil Jacob Epstein Walker Evans
Lucian Freud Gilbert & George Robert Graham Jan Groover Al Held Eva Hesse David Hockney Alex Katz
Lee Krasner Yayoi Kusama Clarence John Laughlin George Platt Lynes Man Ray Robert Mapplethorpe Jason Martin Joan Mitchell Alice Neel
Albert Penger-Patzsch Milton Resnick Larry Rivers David Salle Juan Usle
Andy Warhol Tom Wesselmann Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz Dustin Yellin
Established in 2000, Yossi Milo Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focused on the representation of artists specializing in photo-based art, video and works on paper. Matthew Brandt Marco Breuer Mike Brodie John Chiara David Goldes Tim Hetherington Pieter Hugo Simen Johan Myoung Ho Lee Sze Tsung Leong Loretta Lux Chris McCaw Takuma Nakahira Doug Rickard
Meghann Riepenhoff Alison Rossiter Mark Ruwedel Alessandra Sanguinetti Lise Sarfati Assaf Shaham Jacob Aue Sobol Ezra Stoller Lorenzo Vitturi Nevet Yitzhak Kohei Yoshiyuki
Robert Bergman Andrew Bush Alejandro Chaskielberg Charles Fréger Chris Killip Martina Mullaney Asako Narahashi Yuki Onodera Muzi Quawson Takashi Yasumura Liu Zheng
245 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10001 Yossi Milo Gallery
Mitchell-Innes & Nash’s renowned exhibition program, in both their Madison Avenue and Chelsea locations, fosters excellence within artistic practice, while forging an informed dialogue between emerging and established internationally recognized artists. From acclaimed surveys of 20th century masters, such as Jean Arp, Anthony Caro, Jay DeFeo, Willem de Kooning, Leon Kossoff, Kenneth Noland, Roy Lichtenstein, and Nicolas de Stael, to solo exhibitions of Sarah Braman, Keltie Ferris, Daniel Lefcourt, William Pope.L, Martha Rosler, and Jessica Stockholder, Mitchell- Innes & Nash has proven expertise in both advancing the careers of emerging artists and maintaining the superior standard set by established artists. Jean Arp Monica Bonvicini Sarah Braman Alberto Burri Anthony Caro Jay DeFeo Keltie Ferris GCC
The Estate of General Idea Nancy Graves Karl Haendel Chris Johanson Mary Kelly Martin Kersels Julije Knifer Leon Kossoff Justine Kurland Leigh Ledare Daniel Lefcourt Alexander Liberman Eddie Martinez Christopher Miner Pat O'Neill Pope.L Martha Rosler Amanda Ross-Ho Norbert Schwontkowski Julian Stanczak Jessica Stockholder Brent Wadden Paul Winstanley
Carl Andre Louise Bourgeois Lucian Freud Henri Matisse Kenneth Noland Jack Goldstein Roberto Matta Georges Rouault Roy Litchtenstein Henry Moore Andy Warhol 534 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 1018 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10075 Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Willem de Kooning
Christopher Wool 45 East 78th Street New York, NY 10075 Mnuchin Gallery
Founded in 1979, Modernism has since presented more than 450 exhibitions, both historical and contemporary, in media ranging from painting to photography, sculpture to performance, by an international roster of artists.
Throughout its 37 years, owner Martin Muller has striven to keep the gallery's challenging, museum quality program at the forefront of the art world.
Early landmarks included being the first gallery to show Andy Warhol in the Bay Area (1982), and holding the first exhibition on the West Coast (in a gallery or museum) of the Russian Avant-Garde 1910-1930 (1980, 17 more retrospectives have since been mounted).
In the 1990s Modernism highlighted its strong abstract program with the exhibition of "Four Abstract Classicists" (1993), a recreation of the show presented by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1959, while at the same time introducing America to the confrontational, and ofttimes disturbing, conceptual works of Austrian born artist Gottfried Helnwein (1992).
Modernism will celebrate its 38th anniversary in October, and with it, many more firsts of recent years, including the first major exhibition of the works of Le Corbusier on the West Coast (2003), and in 2006, the first major retrospective in the U.S. of the paintings, drawing, collages, and photographs of Erwin Blumenfeld.
In addition to the milestones above, Modernism prides itself on the scope of its program:
Historical exhibitions encompass areas including Dada, Cubism, Surrealism, Vorticism, German Expressionism, and foremost, the Russian Avant-Garde 1910-1930.
The contemporary program features rotating shows, six to seven weeks in duration, of the nearly 50 gallery artists—including various representational and abstract modes, sociopolitical, and conceptual works—presented at both Modernism and Modernism West, as well as at art fairs in the United States and Europe.
Modernism publishes numerous books, monographs, catalogs, and fine art editions.
724 Ellis Street San Francisco, CA 94109 Modernism Inc.
Jill Newhouse Gallery was founded in 1980 and specializes in 19th and 20th century European and American works on paper. Jill Newhouse is the fourth generation of her family to be an art dealer. She was a founding member and past president of the Private Art Dealers Association (PADA). The gallery has been a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) since 1999. Jill is currently a member of the Visiting Committee, Dept. of Prints Drawings, Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as the Visiting Committee of the Department of Drawings at The Morgan.
Gallery director Christa Savino joined in 2004, bringing with her five years of experience as manager of an important paper conservation studio in New York City.
The gallery mounts regular monographic exhibitions on the works on paper by artists such as Auguste Herbin (2015), Theodore Géricault (2014), George Segal (2014), Dorothea Rockburne (2013), J.B.C. Corot (2012), Edouard Vuillard (2012), Auguste Rodin (2010) and others.
The gallery has sold many important works to major collectors and to important museums worldwide including the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the Art Institute of Chicago; the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Boston Museum of Fine Arts; the Louvre Museum, Paris; the Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany; and many others.
Jill is a co-author of the ongoing catalogue raisonné of drawings by J.B.C. Corot. Along with offering expertize in authentication, the gallery is available in an advisory capacity to both current and beginning collectors on both the acquisition and deaccession of art.
We welcome your visit to our gallery right across the street from the Metropolitan Museum.
Henri Joseph Harpignies
Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres
Henri Toulouse Lautrec
Adolf von Menzel
Jean Francois Millet
4 East 81st Street New York, NY 10028 Jill Newhouse Gallery
535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10011
535 West 22nd Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10011
P·P·O·W was founded by Wendy Olsoff and Penny Pilkington in the first wave of the East-Village Art Scene in New York City in 1983. In 1988 the gallery moved to Soho and in 2002 moved to Chelsea. P·P·O·W maintains a diverse roster of national and international artists. Since its inception, the gallery has remained true to its early vision, showing contemporary work in all media. Ann Agee
Karen Arm Dotty Attie Sandow Birk George Boorujy
Brian Dettmer Judy Fox
Elizabeth Glaessner Ben Gocker Julie Heffernan Timothy Horn Katharine Kuharic Dinh Q. Lê
Carlos Motta Portia Munson Adam Putnam Hunter Reynolds Jessica Rohrer Carolee Schneemann Jessica Stoller
Betty Tompkins Suzanne Treister Anton van Dalen
Timothy Wehrle Robin F. Williams Martha Wilson The Estate of David Wojnarowicz The Estate of Martin Wong Thomas Woodruff
535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10011 535 West 22nd Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10011 P•P•O•W Pilkington-Olsoff Fine Arts, Inc.
Pace/MacGill Gallery was founded in 1983 by Peter MacGill, in collaboration with partners Arne Glimcher of Pace and Richard Solomon of Pace Prints and Pace Primitive. Since its founding, Pace/MacGill has established itself as one of the premier galleries dealing in modern and contemporary photography. Pace/MacGill has had the opportunity to represent some of the most distinguished artists, and estates, as well as assisting in the development of many new artists’careers. In 35 years, the gallery has mounted over 250 exhibitions and published numerous exhibition catalogs. Pace/MacGill strives to disseminate the work of its artist to museums, private collectors, and corporate collections around the world. The gallery has had the privilege to represent many masters of photographs. In addition to its musuem-quality exhibitions, Pace/MacGill Gallery has become the leading organizer of transactions to place prominent collections and archives in public institutions across the country.
32 East 57th Street New York, NY 10022 Pace/MacGill Gallery
Founded in 1968, Pace Prints is a publisher of fine art prints and artist editions affiliated with the Pace Gallery.
Established in 1971, Pace Primitive is a tribal art gallery affiliated with The Pace Gallery. The gallery maintains an inventory of museum-quality antique African and Oceanic art. We are available in the New York area, and worldwide, for consultation in regards to acquisitions both private and at auction; insurance appraisals; and conservation.
John Alexander Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh Donald Baechler Rina Banerjee Jennifer Bartlett Ingrid Calame John Chamberlain Francesco Clemente Chuck Close Will Cotton Tara Donovan Leonardo Drew Inka Essenhigh Shepard Fairey Fang Lijun Günther Förg Helen Frankenthaler Barnaby Furnas April Gornik Adolph Gottlieb Jane Hammond Keith Haring Mary Heilmann Arturo Herrera How and Nosm Wolf Kahn SeaHyun Lee Lee Ufan Sol LeWitt Ling Jian Nicola López Robert Mangold Ryan McGinness Santi Moix Wangechi Mutu Yoshitomo Nara Louise Nevelson Kenneth Noland Claes Oldenburg Erik Parker Emilio Perez Qin Feng Ed Ruscha Robert Ryman Katia Santibañez Kenny Scharf Mark Sheinkman Kate Shepherd Yasu Shibata James Siena Kiki Smith William Steiger Pat Steir James Turrell Dan Walsh Yue Minjun Jian-Jun Zhang Zhang Xiaogang 32 East 57th Street New York, NY 10022 521 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 521 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 Pace Prints & Pace Primitive
Friedrich Petzel Gallery, founded in 1994, first opened on Wooster Street in the Soho area of New York City. In 2000, the gallery moved to 537 West 22nd Street in Chelsea and in 2006 expanded to include a separate space next door dedicated to smaller exhibitions, artists' projects, and performances. In Fall 2008, Friedrich Petzel Gallery opened a joint gallery with Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne. This new gallery, called Capitain Petzel, is housed in a glass-encased gallery located in Mitte section of Berlin and presents exhibitions of established international artists. After eleven years on 22nd Street, Petzel Gallery closed this space, expanding into a new location at 456 18th Street in 2012. In March of 2015, Petzel opened a second space in New York, a new, uptown location at 35 East 67th Street. Situated in a townhouse, the new gallery will curate historic exhibitions by artists within the Petzel program as well as focus on curatorial projects and publishing activities. Both galleries in New York are complimented by Capitain Petzel in Berlin. The move to the new, larger 18th Street location and expansion uptown continue Petzel Gallery’s commitment to develop its program upon the scope, diversity, and ambitions of the artists that it represents.
Friedrich Petzel Gallery has continued to develop its program around a group of contemporary artists who are renowned internationally: Yael Bartana, Walead Beshty, Cosima von Bonin, Troy Brauntuch, Simon Denny, Keith Edmier, Thomas Eggerer, Wade Guyton, Georg Herold, Charline von Heyl, Dana Hoey, Christian Jankowski, Sean Landers, Rezi van Lankveld, Maria Lassnig, Allan McCollum, Adam McEwen, Sarah Morris, Jorge Pardo, Joyce Pensato, Seth Price, Stephen Prina, Jon Pylypchuk, Willem de Rooij, Dana Schutz, Dirk Skreber, John Stezaker, Nicola Tyson, Corinne Wasmuht, and Heimo Zobernig. Each artist has exhibited widely in both museums and galleries throughout the world and are regularly included in international exhibitions such as Documenta, the Whitney Biennial, The Carnegie International, and the São Paulo Biennial. Numerous publications are available on all the gallery artists.
Friedrich Petzel Gallery also deals in outstanding artworks from the last thirty years by artists such as: Robert Gober, Mike Kelley, Martin Kippenberger, Jeff Koons, Louise Lawler, John Miller, Albert Oehlen, Sigmar Polke, Richard Prince, Cindy Sherman, Thomas Struth, and Christopher Wool.
Cosima von Bonin
Charline von Heyl
Christian Jankowski Asger Jorn
Rezi van Lankveld
Willem de Rooij
John Stezaker Hiroki Tsukuda
456 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011 35 East 67th Street, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10065 Petzel
Alexander Archipenko George Ault Milton Avery William Baziotes Thomas Hart Benton Charles Biederman Emil Bisttram Oscar Bluemner Ilya Bolotowsky Patrick Henry Bruce Charles Ephraim Burchfield Alexander Calder Arthur B. Carles Konrad Cramer Ralston Crawford Stuart Davis Willem De Kooning Charles Demuth Richard Diebenkorn Arthur Dove Werner Drewes Jean Dubuffet Richard Estes John Ferren Sam Francis Helen Frankenthaler Arnold Friedman Suzy Frelinghuysen Albert Gallatin Michael Goldberg John Graham Balcomb Greene Marsden Hartley Childe Hassam Martin Johnson Heade Mary Heilmann Al Held Winslow Homer Edward Hopper Charles Howard Alex Katz Ellsworth Kelly Paul Kelpe Rockwell Kent Lee Krasner Walt Kuhn Yasuo Kuniyoshi Gaston Lachaise Robert Laurent Ernest Lawson Blanche Lazzell Alfred Leslie Louis Lozowick Stanton MacDonald Wright Conrad Marca-Relli John Marin Reginald Marsh Jan Matulka Alfred Henry Maurer George L.K. Morris Robert Motherwell Lee Mullican Elie Nadelman Isamu Noguchi Georgia O'Keeffe Irene Rice Pereira Maurice Brazil Prendergrast Fairfield Porter Ad Reinhardt Theodore Roszak Morton L. Schamberg John Sennhauser Ben Shahn Charles Green Shaw Charles Sheeler Everett Shinn Henrietta Shore Esphyr Slobodkina David Smith Niles Spencer Richard Stankiewicz Joseph Stella John Storrs Miklos Suba Vaclav Vytlacil Abraham Walkowitz Max Weber John Wesley Andrew Wyeth Jean Xceron William Zorach 25 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021 James Reinish & Associates, Inc.
Founded in 1995, Yancey Richardson is one of the preeminent galleries of
photo-based art. The gallery is committed to working with museums,
private institutions, leading art collectors and other galleries to
advance the careers of the artists we represent. Our current program
includes critically recognized, emerging photographers such as Bryan
Graf, Zanele Muholi and Paul Mpagi Sepuya as well as mid-career artists
such as Mitch Epstein, Laura Letinsky, Andrew Moore, Mickalene Thomas
and Hellen van Meene. Additionally, the gallery regularly exhibits the
work of established masters, including August Sander, Ed Ruscha, William
Eggleston, and Robert Mapplethorpe. Olivo Barbieri Tom Hunter Alex MacLean Julius Shulman Mary Ellen Bartley Pello Irazu David Maisel Mike Smith Sharon Core Esko Mannikko Mark Steinmetz Kenneth Josephson Bertien van Manen Mitch Epstein Kahn & Selesnick Andrew Moore Hellen van Meene Terry Evans Yousuf Karsh Zanele Muholi Todd Webb Lynn Geesaman Lisa Kereszi Mike Perry Rachel Perry Bryan Graf Hiroh Kikai Sebastiao Salgado Masao Yamamoto Jitka Hanzlová Masatomo Kuriya Victoria Sambunaris David Hilliard Laura Letinsky Lynn Saville Mickalene Thomas Berenice Abbott Jim Cooke Christopher Makos August Sander Ansel Adams Bruce Cratsley Sally Mann Stephen Shore Lewis Baltz Mario Cravo Neto Robert Mapplethorpe Sigga Björg Sigurðardóttir Tom Baril William Eggleston Mary Ellen Mark Alfred Stieglitz Bernd & Hilla Becher Elliott Erwitt Richard Misrach Susan Unterberg Marilyn Bridges Graciela Iturbide Vik Muniz Garry Winogrand Harry Callahan Andre Kertesz Eliot Porter Henri Cartier-Bresson Mary Lum Alex Prager Chan Chao Vera Lutter Ed Ruscha 525 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 Yancey Richardson Gallery
220 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021 By Appointment
18th and 19th Century
Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd. is an independent, private art dealership and art advisory firm founded by Marc Rosen and Susan Pinsky in 1995 after a combined 53 years experience at a leading international art auction house, where they regularly assisted individuals and institutions in important purchases and sales.
We advise clients in collection formation as well as in purchase or sale of individual works of Impressionist or Modern Art. We also specialize in presenting special exhibitions of exceptional collections of works on paper by a single artist or from a single historical period.
220 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021 Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd.
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery specializes in twentieth and twenty-first
century American art. Established in 1989 by Michael Rosenfeld, the
gallery opened its doors to promote the breadth of American art and
those artists – known or unknown – that contributed to the establishment
of surrealism, social realism, abstract expressionism, figurative
expressionism and geometric abstraction. In 1992, halley k harrisburg
joined the gallery and together they have worked to expand the canon of
American art. Regarded as art historians with multi-faceted interests,
Michael Rosenfeld and halley k harrisburg have developed a diverse and
challenging exhibition program.
After twenty four years on West 57 Street, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
moved to Chelsea in the fall of 2012. The gallery is now located on the
ground floor of the exquisite Jean Nouvel residential tower, 100
Eleventh Avenue (at 19th Street), in a 6500 square-foot space designed by Richard Gluckman of Gluckman Mayner.
Michael Rosenfeld serves as an advisor to numerous private collectors
and has helped shape the collections of many urban and regional museums
across the United States. Museum clients include the Albright-Knox Art
Gallery, Buffalo, NY, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL,
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, The Crystal Bridges Museum,
Bentonville, AR, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, The
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), The Philadelphia Museum of Art,
Philadelphia, PA, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, Museum of Fine Arts,
Houston, TX, The Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, NE, and The Smithsonian
American Art Museum, Washington, DC.
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery is honored to represent distinguished
mid-career artists—Barbara Chase-Riboud, Nancy Grossman, and William T. Williams—as well as the estates and families of Benny Andrews, John Biggers,
Federico Castellon, Claire Falkenstein, Michael Goldberg, Morris
Graves, Norman Lewis, Seymour Lipton, Boris Margo, Irving Norman,
Alfonso Ossorio, Theodore Roszak, Louis Stone, Bob Thompson, and
Charmion von Wiegand.
In 2000, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC became a member of the Art Dealers Association of America.
Charmion von Wiegand
William T. Williams
William H. Johnson
Anne Ryan Betye Saar
Charles G. Shaw
Henry Ossawa Tanner
100 Eleventh Avenue New York, NY 10011 Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC
James E. Allen Sybil Andrews Polly Apfelbaum Peter Blake Louise Bourgeois Alexander Calder Jean de Brunhoff Laurent de Brunhoff Willem DE Kooning Richard Diebenkorn Eric Fischl Lucien Freud Hugo Gellert Ada Gilmore April Gornik Philip Guston Mabel Hewit David Hockney Yvonne Jacquette Donald Judd Deborah Kass Alex Katz Lee Krasner Jacob Lawrence Blanche Lazzell Sol LeWitt Roy Lichtenstein Glenn Ligon Robert Longo Louis Lozowick Robert Mangold Brice Marden Ethel Mars Michael Mazur Mildred McMillen Joan Mitchell Robert Motherwell Mario Muller Takashi Murakami Claes Oldenburg Jean Pagliuso Richard Petibone Fairfield Porter Robert Rauschenberg Ed Ruscha David Schorr Richard Serra Peter Sís Kiki Smith Maud Hunt Squire May Stevens Donald Sultan Wayne Thiebaud Lill Tschudi Andy Warhol John Wilson 515 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 Mary Ryan Gallery
535 West 22nd Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10011
Julie Saul Gallery specializes in contemporary photo-based art and works on paper by an international roster of established and emerging artists. We opened our first public space in Soho in 1986, and since 2000 we have been located in Chelsea. In addition to photography, we exhibit video, painting, prints, and sculpture.
We present work that is both formally innovative, and investigates meaningful themes and issues social, political and environmental. The gallery often hosts special projects involving vintage photographs, as well as thematic and historical topics. Among the group of artists we represent, several have been with us since the beginning, and we regularly premier emerging contemporary artists, as well as artists from all generations.
The gallery strives to gain exposure for our artists through both exhibition and acquisitions by museums both in the United States and Europe. We provide advice and consultation to our private and corporate collectors and pride ourselves on our knowledge, expertise and integrity. The gallery has formed several significant corporate collections. We regularly participate in public art fairs including The Art Show (ADAA) Miami Project, Pulse, Paris Photo and AIPAD (the Association of International Photographic Art Dealers) EXPO Chicago and the New York Armory Show.
Elaine Lustig Cohen
Debbie Grossman Andrea Grützner
Sarah Anne Johnson
Shai Kremer Zachari Logan
Tseng Kwong Chi
535 West 22nd Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10011 Julie Saul Gallery
The Peale Family Thomas Sully Carl Phillip Weber Adolph Borie George Cochran Lambdin Peter Moran Thomas Moran William Willcox Emanuel Gotleib Leutze 1806 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 The Schwarz Gallery
9953 South Santa Monica Boulevard Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Marc Selwyn Fine Art has a diverse program which includes estates and established artists as well as mid career and emerging talent. The gallery takes an interdisciplinary approach and an international perspective, exhibiting artists from the United States, Canada, and several European countries working in photography, ceramics, installation, painting and other media. Mel Bochner
Barry Le Va
9953 South Santa Monica Boulevard Beverly Hills, CA 90212 Marc Selwyn Fine Art
Betsy Senior and Laurence Shopmaker established Senior & Shopmaker Gallery in 2000. The gallery specializes in modern and contemporary art, with a special emphasis on works on paper by major American and European artists. Bruce Conner
Sylvia Plimack Mangold
Leon Polk Smith
Tauba Auerbach Hernan Bas
Vija Celmins Sarah Charlesworth
Bruce Conner Willem de Kooning Thomas Demand
Katharina Grosse Philip Guston Michael Heizer
Gary Hume Chris Johanson
Jasper Johns Donald Judd Anish Kapoor
Alex Katz Ellsworth Kelly Guillermo Kuitca Sol Lewitt Roy Lichtenstein Glenn Ligon
Emil Lukas Robert Mangold Sylvia Plimack Mangold Brice Marden
Kerry James Marshall Agnes Martin
Jason Martin Beatriz Milhazes Mary Miss Vera Molnar Sarah Morris Robert Motherwell James Nares Bruce Nauman
Nicholas Nixon Thomas Nozkowski
Ellen Phelan Martin Puryear
Robert Rauschenberg Edda Renouf
Ed Ruscha Robert Ryman Fred Sandback
Sean Scully Richard Serra
Leon Polk Smith
Robert Therrien Wayne Thiebaud
Andy Warhol William Wegman Terry Winters
210 Eleventh Avenue, Suite 804 New York, NY 10001 Senior & Shopmaker Gallery
Jack Shainman Gallery was founded in 1984 in Washington, DC, by Jack Shainman and Claude Simard. Soon after opening, the gallery relocated to New York City occupying a space in the East Village before moving to 560 Broadway in Soho and then to its current location at 513 West 20th Street in Chelsea in 1997. In 2013 the gallery added two additional exhibition spaces, one in Chelsea at 524 West 24th Street, the other a 30,000 square foot former schoolhouse in Kinderhook, New York.
The focus of the gallery since its inception has been to exhibit, represent and champion artists from around the world, in particular artists from Africa, East Asia, and North America, by mounting major exhibitions of their work in the gallery, presenting artworks at important fairs, securing museum exhibitions and publishing major catalogues and scholarly essays. The gallery is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America and presents approximately twelve exhibitions a year, as well as participating in major art fairs including Art Basel Miami Beach, The Armory Show, and Frieze New York.
Gallery artists have been included in many important exhibitions, such as Documenta (1992, 1997, 2002, 2007); The Venice Biennale (1990, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2013); The Paris Triennial (2012); The Carnegie International (1989, 1999/2000); the Moscow Biennale (2005, 2009); The Gwangju Biennale (2000, 2004, 2008); The Havana Biennale (2009); The Johannesburg Biennale (2005); and the Whitney Biennale (1997, 2006). Gallery artists have been recognized with numerous awards, including a Leonore Annenberg Fellowship, a Ford Foundation Grant, a Fulbright Scholarship, four John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowships, two MacArthur Foundation Grants, five Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Awards, six Joan Mitchell Foundation Grants, a US Department of State’s Medal of Arts, and the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement Award, and have been documented in countless publications, monographs, and films.
Gallery artists are included in numerous public collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Tate Modern, London; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Museo Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas; the British Museum, London; the National Gallery of Canada, and the Museum of Modern Art, Vienna.
Nina Chanel Abney
Shimon Attie Radcliffe Bailey Yoan Capote Nick Cave Gehard Demetz Pierre Dorion Vibha Galhotra Barkley L. Hendricks Brad Kahlhamer Hayv Kahraman Titus Kaphar Tallur L.N. Kerry James Marshall Enrique Martínez Celaya Meleko Mokgosi Richard Mosse Adi Nes Jackie Nickerson Odili Donald Odita Toyin Ojih Odutola
Garnett Puett Claudette Schreuders Malick Sidibé Michael Snow Susana Solano
Becky Suss Hank Willis Thomas Carlos Vega Leslie Wayne Carrie Mae Weems Lynette Yiadom-Boakye
513 West 20th Street New York, NY 10011 524 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 25 Broad Street Kinderhook, NY 12106 Jack Shainman Gallery
1506 West Alabama Street Houston, TX 77006 Appointment Recommended
Founded by María Inés Sicardi in 1994, Sicardi Gallery was among the very first in the United States to represent avant-garde and contemporary artists from Latin America. As of today, this cultural showcase will be known as Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino in recognition of its founder’s seventeen year partnership with Allison Armstrong Ayers and Carlos Bacino.
The gallery will continue representing a provocative range of artists, from such modernist masters as Jesus Rafael Soto, Gego (Gertrud Goldschmidt) and Carlos Cruz-Diez, to internationally recognized contemporary artists, including Oscar Muñoz, Liliana Porter, Miguel Angel Rojas, Marco Maggi and Gabriel de la Mora, as well as the Estates of León Ferrari and Manuel Espinosa. These artists have been instrumental in shaping the character and dynamics of the gallery, inspiring an innovative program of solo and cross-generational exhibitions as well as promoting experimental artistic urban projects, worldwide. Growing in tandem with the emerging field of modern Latin American art in Houston and the US, Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino extends its reach by advancing new models of artistic production and intellectual collaboration with universities, museums and other cultural organizations. Through strong relationships with artists, curators, art historians, and art collectors, the gallery will continue to place its represented artists’ work in seminal museums and collections, build and disseminate research on these artists, and remain a stimulating platform for intellectual debate and creative exploration within the community.
Designed by Brave Architecture, the gallery building is located in the heart of Houston’s Museum District, directly across from The Menil Collection. The 5,900 sq.ft. gallery includes two floors of exhibition space and a research center with art archive and a library. Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), an invitation-only organization that recognizes the highest levels of expertise and professional standards in the art market.
Maria Fernanda Cardoso
Dias & Riedweg
Estate of Manuel Espinosa
Estate of León Ferrari
Gabriel de la Mora
Miguel Angel Ríos
Miguel Angel Rojas
Geraldo de Barros
Pedro S. de Movellán
Julio Le Parc
1506 West Alabama Street Houston, TX 77006 Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino
Jessica Silverman Gallery was founded in 2008. The gallery is known for discovering emergent artists whatever their age and bringing them to a global audience. We also present international artists to the Bay Area. We have a strong concept-driven roster that embraces all artistic media. Works by the gallery’s artists have been acquired by museums such as the Tate (London), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Reina Sofia (Madrid), MoMA (New York), Whitney Museum of American Art, MCA Chicago, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Hammer Museum (UCLA), SFMOMA, Dallas Museum of Art, National Gallery of Canada and the Art Gallery of Ontario. The gallery has participated in many art fairs, including Art Basel (Switzerland), Art Basel Miami Beach, FIAC (Paris), Frieze (London & New York), Expo Chicago, Dallas Contemporary and FOG Design + Art. Jessica Silverman also curates “fused,” a gallery hosted by industrial designer Yves Behar in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill. Christopher Badger
Tammy Rae Carland
Matthew Angelo Harrison
Woody De Othello
Suzanne Blank Redstone
Susanne M. Winterling
Margo Wolowiec 488 Ellis Street San Francisco, CA 94102 Jessica Silverman Gallery
On the cusp of reaching their 40th year anniversary, Fredric Snitzer Gallery is running strong as a leader in the contemporary art market in Miami. Fredric Snitzer Gallery is committed to presenting work across all media including painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, and performance. The gallery has maintained a vigorous exhibition schedule that features at least eight rotating exhibitions by its artists each year.
Fredric Snitzer was one of the early champions of contemporary Latin American art in the United States. The gallery is known in leading the way with Cuban artists exhibitions early on, noteworthy was the Cuban rafters exhibition “They would rather die” in the 80’s. Avant-garde Cuban artists in particular continue to have a strong presence in the gallery’s roster. The gallery has also launched international careers for emerging Miami artists, such as Hernan Bas. Important Miami based artists are significant to the gallery’s roster, as well as New York artists- Alice Aycock, Alan Sonfist, Los Angeles artists-Jon Pylypchuk, Alexander Kroll, Iva Georgieva, Kenny Scharf and Cuban based artists, Alexander Arrechea (former member of Los Carpinteros), and Cuba’s National Fine Arts Award winner Lazaro Saavedra.
After being an early pioneer in Miami’s Wynwood Art District, Fredric Snitzer Gallery moved to Miami’s Arts and Entertainment District. The new space includes an outdoor courtyard with rotating exhibitions. As the only independent gallery there, Fredric Snitzer Gallery is again drawing his collectors into new neighborhoods.
Today, Fredric Snitzer Gallery continues to play a leading role in the city’s burgeoning cultural scene, while remaining dedicated to nurturing emerging and mid-career talent on a local and global scale.
Vito Acconci William Anastasi Lynda Benglis Harry Bertoia Jay Bolotin Claire Burbridge John Cage Jim Campbell Anita Douthat R.M. Fischer Buckminster Fuller Sam Gilliam Milton Glaser Nancy Graves Peter Halley Ann Hamilton James Hill Hadley Holliday Jun Kaneko Ik-Joong Kang Paul Laffoley Diane Landry Sol LeWitt Donald Lipski Tom Marioni Matt Mullican Claes Oldenburg Yoko Ono Nam June Paik Albert Paley Ben Patterson Judy Pfaff Matthew Picton Alan Rath Marcus Ratliff Robert Rauschenberg Rocio Rodriguez James Rosenquist Peter Saul Joan Snyder Keith Sonnier Daniel Spoerri Julian Stanczak Jessica Stockholder Katy Stone Gregory Thorp John Torreano Peter Waite Tom Wesselmann Hannah Wilke Emmett Williams Robert Wilson Jody Zellen 424 Findlay Street Cincinnati, OH 45214 Carl Solway Gallery
Carla Accardi Barry X Ball Ali Banisadr Bertozzi & Casoni Alighiero Boetti Wim Delvoye Braco Dimitrijevic Kim Dingle Lucio Fontana Guillermo Kuitca Wolfgang Laib
Helmut Lang Liu Ye Richard Long Emil Lukas Heinz Mack Piero Manzoni Mario Merz Frank Moore Malcolm Morley Nabil Nahas Bruce Nauman Evan Penny Otto Piene Alexis Rockman Susan Rothenberg Tom Sachs Julian Schnabel Andrew Sendor Richard Tuttle Fabio Viale Not Vital William Wegman Martin Wilner Jan Worst
535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10011
Allan Stone Projects is the exclusive representative of works from the Allan Stone Collection. The Gallery presents exhibitions drawn from the esteemed collection amassed by the visionary dealer and collector, Allan Stone. Formerly known as Allan Stone Gallery and located on the Upper East Side, the Gallery relocated to Chelsea in 2013. Admired for its eclectic approach and early advocacy of pivotal artists of the 20th Century, Allan Stone Projects continues to honor the legacy established by Allan Stone (1932-2006). Stone was a leading authority on Abstract Expressionism, the New York dealer for Wayne Thiebaud for over forty years, and a passionate collector of Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Arshile Gorky, Joseph Cornell, John Graham and John Chamberlain. He also promoted and collected the work of a younger generation of artists, including Robert Arneson, Jack Whitten, Robert Mallary, David Beck and Richard Hickam, among many others whose aesthetic tendencies suggest intriguing connections to the historical holdings in the collection. In addition to modern masterworks and contemporary art, the Allan Stone Collection includes tribal and folk art, Americana and important decorative arts and industrial design. 535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10011 Allan Stone Projects
Lynda Benglis Billy Al Bengston Tony Berlant James Brown Bruce Conner Jeremy DePrez Rackstraw Downes Jeff Elrod Lee Friedlander Francesca Fuchs Hamish Fulton Kathleen Gilje Joe Goode Joanne Greenbaum Tad Griffin Rachel Hecker Maxwell Hendler Bill Jensen Robert Lobe Shawne Major Andrew Masullo Dan McCleary David McGee Stephen Mueller Elizabeth Murray Carl Palazzolo Ellen Phelan Peter Plagens Joanna Pousette-Dart Susie Rosmarin Allen Ruppersberg Katia Santibanez Pat Steir Billy Sullivan William Wegman Joe Zucker 2012 Peden Street Houston, TX 77019 Texas Gallery
Since 1983, the Tilton Gallery has been well known for discovering and promoting cutting edge, emerging artists from around the world. For more than three decades, Tilton has exhibited hundreds of contemporary artists, many of whom, like David Hammons, Marlene Dumas, Fred Tomaselli, Huang Yong Ping and Francis Alys, to name but a few, have become prominent figures on the international stage.
Now housed in a historic landmark Upper East side townhouse, the gallery’s current exhibition program continues to support our established gallery artists, and remains committed to discovering and cultivating new talent from around the globe.
The 2,400 square foot exhibition space is located on two floors at 8 East 76th Street, at 5th Avenue, New York. Within New York’s ‘museum mile,’ the gallery is in walking distance from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim Museum and the Frick Museum, as well as many other Upper East side galleries.
The Estate of Ruth Vollmer
8 East 76th Street New York, NY 10021 Tilton Gallery
13 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 Appointment Recommended
David Tunick, Inc., founded in 1966, is a renowned gallery of works of art on paper dating from the fifteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Our clients include major collectors as well as museums such as the National Gallery, the Metropolitan Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Getty Museum, the British Museum, the van Gogh Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Morgan Library, Yale University, etc.
The gallery is a founding exhibitor of Master Drawings Week (New York) and Just Off Madison Spring & Fall (New York). The gallery also exhibits in a few select fairs a year, including TEFAF Maastricht, TEFAF New York Spring, and the IFPDA Print Fair at the Javits Center in New York.
Our inventory is extensive, and we welcome inquiries. In addition to buying and selling works on paper, we also provide cataloging, authentication, and appraisal services. 13 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 David Tunick, Inc.
Founded in 1954 by Donald and Peggy Vogel, Valley House
Gallery & Sculpture Garden is a Modernist gallery and 4+ acre garden
located in its original North Dallas location. The gallery represents
established and emerging contemporary artists working in inventive ways with
traditional media. In addition, the gallery offers 19th and 20th century
American and European art, as well as significant Early Texas works. The
gallery has promoted artists internationally for over 60 years by curating
exhibitions, showing in art fairs, publishing scholarly catalogs, and placing
fine art in private and museum collections.
Deborah Ballard, Vera Barnett, Lu Ann Barrow, Kathy Boortz,
Lloyd Brown, Lindy Chambers, John Cobb, Brian Cobble, Robert Cocke, David
Collins, Carol Cook, Alex Corno, David A. Dreyer, David Everett, Philip John
Evett, Henry Finkelstein, Barnaby Fitzgerald, Malou Flato, Bart Forbes, Lilian
Garcia-Roig, Ginger Geyer, David H. Gibson, Allison Gildersleeve, Miles
Cleveland Goodwin, David Hayes, Cindi Holt, Otis Huband, Sedrick Huckaby, Anita
Huffington, Olivia Leigh Martin, Mark Messersmith, Trish Nickell, Gail
Norfleet, Michael O'Keefe, Hadar Sobol, Jane Starks, Jim Stoker, Bob
Stuth-Wade, Valton Tyler, Mary Vernon, Donald Vogel, Anne Weary, Jim Woodson,
and Miguel Zapata
6616 Spring Valley Road Dallas, TX 75254 Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden
Carl Andre Francis Bacon Jean-Michel Baquiat Alexander Calder Lucio Fontana Jean Dubuffet Keith Haring Duane Hanson Damien Hirst Donald Judd Fernand Léger Sol Lewitt Roy Lichtenstein Rene Magritte Henri Matisse Henry Moore Pablo Picasso Richard Prince Robert Rauschenberg Gerhard Richter Mark Rothko Ed Ruscha Cindy Sherman Richard Serra Frank Stella Rudolf Stingel Andy Warhol Cy Twombly Tom Wesselmanm Christopher Wool 1018 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10075 Van de Weghe Fine Art
James Brooks Foundation
Caetano de Almeida
Miko + Thayer
Harvey Quaytman Trust
Ishmael Randall Weeks
Alan Shields Estate
Hedda Sterne Foundation
Mark di Suvero
23 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021 195 Chrystie Street New York, NY 10002 Van Doren Waxter
Michael Werner opened his first gallery in Berlin in 1963
with the premiere exhibition of Georg Baselitz. In 1969 Galerie Michael Werner
was established in Cologne, in 1990 Michael Werner Gallery opened in New York
City, and in 2012 Michael Werner Gallery opened in London. Over five decades
Michael Werner Gallery has remained committed to working with some of the most
important artists of the twentieth century, including Marcel Broodthaers, James
Lee Byars, Enrico David, Peter Doig, Jörg Immendorff, Per Kirkeby, Markus
Lüpertz, A.R. Penck, Sigmar Polke and Peter Saul.
James Lee Byars
Ernst Wilhelm Nay
Don Van Vliet
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
4 East 77th Street New York, NY 10075 Michael Werner
3500 North Lake Shore Drive, Suite 5C Chicago, IL 60657 By Appointment
San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA By Appointment
Museum quality artworks.
German Expressionism, Blauer Reiter, Bauhaus, and Neue Sachlichkeit, etc. working with collectors and museums internationally. The gallery organizes international travelling exhibits and publishes catalogues. Also featured is Naive Art (self-taught).
Worthington Gallery is a long time member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) and the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA).
August Wilhelm Dressler
Alexej von Jawlensky
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
3500 North Lake Shore Drive, Suite 5C Chicago, IL 60657 San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA Worthington Gallery
Yares Art Projects evolved from Riva Yares Gallery, founded in 1964 in Scottsdale, Arizona and in 1991 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The primary focus is the representation of the Color Field School, including artists Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Helen Frankenthaler, Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland and Jules Olitski, among others.
Martin Cary Horowitz
Martin Cary Horowitz
745 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10151 1222 Flagman Way Santa Fe, NM 87505 Yares Art
Since 1997, Pavel Zoubok has exhibited the work of contemporary and modern artists with a unique focus in the fields of collage, assemblage and mixed media installation. From the outset, Pavel Zoubok Gallery combined modern and contemporary works in an effort to create a cohesive art historical and commercial context for collage and its related forms, spanning most of the major art movements of the postwar period. While the primary market has always been the driving force of our activity, represented by a diverse group of distinguished contemporary artists, we have always maintained an inventory of works by important proponents of the medium, including Hannelore Baron, Joe Brainard, Joseph Cornell, Al Hansen, Grace Hartigan, Ray Johnson, Jiri Kolar, Robert Motherwell, Louise Nevelson, Mimmo Rotella, Anne Ryan, Jacques Villegle and David Wojnarowicz. Our twentieth year marks a new chapter in our story, with a more dynamic business model and a name change to Pavel Zoubok Fine Art. The result is a more diverse range of exhibitions and public programs in venues across the United States and abroad.
The Estate of Sarah Austin
The Estate of Barton Lidice Benes
The Estate of Buster Cleveland
The Estate of Robert Courtright
The Estate of Sari Dienes
The Estate of John Evans
The Estate of Ilse Getz
The Estate of Addie Herder
The Estate Clinton Hill
The Estate of Jerry Jofen
The Estate of Salvatore Meo
The Estate of George Schneeman
The Estate of May Wilson
Charmion von Wiegand
PO Box 566 New York, NY 10150 Pavel Zoubok Fine Art
David Zwirner is a contemporary art gallery in New York and London, which currently represents fifty artists and estates. Since opening its doors in 1993, it has been home to innovative, singular, and pioneering exhibitions across a variety of media and genres. Active in both the primary and secondary markets, the gallery has helped foster the careers of some of the most influential artists working today, and has maintained long-term representation of a wide-ranging, international group of artists.
In 1993, David Zwirner opened his eponymous gallery on Greene Street in the SoHo neighborhood of New York. In 2002, Zwirner relocated his gallery from SoHo to West 19th Street in Chelsea, and expanded from 10,000 to 30,000 square feet in 2006. In 2012, David Zwirner expanded into Europe. The gallery opened in an eighteenth-century Georgian townhouse on Grafton Street in the heart of London's Mayfair district. Coinciding with its twenty-year anniversary in February 2013, David Zwirner inaugurated a new five-story exhibition and project space on West 20th Street in New York.
For two decades, David Zwirner has worked in close collaboration with numerous commercial and museum publishers. In 2014, the gallery announced the formation of David Zwirner Books, a stand-alone publishing house with international distribution, which produces catalogues, monographs, historical surveys, artists' books, and catalogues raisonnés.
Raoul De Keyser
Kerry James Marshall
537 West 20th Street New York, NY 10011 519 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 525 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 533 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 34 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 David Zwirner