Daphne Alazraki Fine Art - New York - USA

Daphne Alazraki Fine Art, located in a beautiful 19th century townhouse conveniently located on the Upper East side of Manhattan just off Park Avenue, offers superior quality European paintings of the 17th through 20th centuries. Founded on our expertise in 17th century Northern Old Masters, the gallery has built a strong emphasis on 19th - 20th century European paintings including Barbizon, Academic, Dutch Romantic, and Post-Impressionist works. In addition the gallery also offers a small selection of early 20th century American paintings. Our inventory covers a wide range of subjects, including still life, portrait, landscape, genre and marine pictures.

Website : http://www.alazraki.com/index.html


Nailya Alexander Gallery - New York - USA

Nailya Alexander Gallery specializes in Russian vintage (1920s-1960s) and WW II photography. The gallery also shows contemporary artists from both Europe and the United States. The gallery’s focus has been the rediscovery of lesser known yet significant periods and artists in the history of photography, dedication to gallery artists and support of emerging talent. Nailya Alexander represents the Arkady Shaikhet and Max Penson Estates. She has mounted museum quality exhibitions such as Staging Happiness: The Formation of Socialist Realist Photography (2004), Remembering WW II (2005), Alexander Zhitomirsky: Photomontages 1931-1973 (2005), Turkestan: Orientalism in Soviet Avant-Garde Photography (2006), Unforeseen: The Personal in Photography from Soviet Russia (2007). Gallery exhibitions have been reviewed in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The New York Sun, ARTnews and Art in America. Gallery artists have gained critical acclaim and international recognition, and are included in the collections of major European and US museums.

Website : http://www.nailyaalexandergallery.com/


Alexander and Bonin - New York - USA

Alexander and Bonin was established in 1995 by Carolyn Alexander and Ted Bonin with the primary purpose of representing a selected group of international contemporary artists.
In 1997, Alexander and Bonin moved to a three story building in Chelsea where a program of one-person exhibitions as well as an ongoing, rotating installation of works by gallery artists may be seen.

Website : http://www.alexanderandbonin.com/index.html

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Agora Gallery - New York - USA

Agora Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery established 1984. The gallery is dedicated to the promotion of national and international artists, providing original fine art to established and emerging collectors and catering to special events in support of fine art organizations that foster social awareness and promote environmental issues.
The gallery is also the publisher of ARTisSpectrum Magazine and the sponsor of ART-Mine.com

Website : http://www.agora-gallery.com/default.aspx

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Adelson Galleries - New York - USA

For over 40 years, Adelson Galleries has handled some of the finest American paintings to come to market, placing works in major private collections as well as leading public institutions. Distinguished for its expertise in the fields of American Impressionism, Realism and Modernism, the gallery was founded in 1964 by Warren Adelson in Boston, and is located today in a turn-of-the-century townhouse on New York's Upper East Side.
In addition to sponsoring both the John Singer Sargent and Mary Cassatt catalogue raisonné projects, the gallery regularly handles works by leading 19th- and 20th-century American artists, including George Bellows, Frank Benson, Mary Cassatt, William Merritt Chase, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Thomas Eakins, Marsden Hartley, Childe Hassam, Robert Henri, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Eastman Johnson, John Marin, Georgia O'Keeffe, Maurice Prendergast, John Singer Sargent, Edmund Tarbell, Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, among others. The gallery also exhibits works by selected contemporary artists. Recent Adelson Galleries exhibitions have included Andrew Wyeth: Helga on Paper; Sargent's Venice; Frederic Edwin Church: Romantic Landscapes and Seascapes; Jamie Wyeth: Seven Deadly Sins and Recent Work; and Mary Cassatt: Prints and Drawings from the Collection of Ambroise Vollard.

Website : http://www.adelsongalleries.com/


Acquavella Galleries - New York - USA

Acquavella is a family-owned gallery founded by Nicholas Acquavella in 1921. The gallery first specialized in works of the Italian Renaissance, but in 1960, when William Acquavella joined his father, the focus of the gallery expanded to major works of the 19th and 20th centuries, including masters of Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Cubism and Surrealism. Recently, William Acquavella has been joined by daughter Eleanor and sons Nicholas and Alexander, and the entire scope of the 20th century is now represented, including Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art.
For over eighty years, Acquavella has sold major paintings and sculpture to private collectors and museums worldwide. The gallery has presented museum-quality exhibitions of Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Sisley, Renoir, Pissarro, Modigliani, Bonnard, Tanguy, Léger, Picasso, Matisse, Rauschenberg, Feininger, Giacometti, and Miró.
Acquavella is the exclusive international agent for the renowned British painter Lucian Freud, James Rosenquist, Damian Loeb and Enoc Perez. The gallery is also the American agent for Beijing-based painter Zeng Fanzhi.Michael Findlay, Esperanza Sobrino and Tsutomu Takashima 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 and Spanish as well as English.
Acquavella is located at 18 East 79th Street in New York City, occupying a five-story French neo-classical townhouse.

Website : http://www.acquavellagalleries.com/


ACA Art Galleries - New York - USA

ACA Galleries (American Contemporary Artists) was founded in 1932 by Herman Baron. Stuart Davis (the pioneering modernist), Yasuo Kuniyoshi (the well-known Japanese-American artist) and Adolf Dehn were among the original founders.
ACA first opened on Madison Avenue in New York City on August 16, 1932 in the depths of the Great Depression. At this time there were only thirty galleries in New York City and Edith Halpert’s Downtown Gallery and Alfred Stieglitz’s An American Place were the only other galleries dedicated to exhibiting American Art. Even museums cast a blind eye to American painters and sculptors. The art world at this time consisted of Old Master dealers and galleries showing the great artistic currents of Europe.
The gallery's second exhibition, "Selections from the John Reed Club," set the tone and clearly defined the gallery's direction for the next thirty-eight years. Social Realism or art with a message found a home at ACA. The exhibitions featured at ACA helped to ease the seething discontent among American and emigrant artists at having no venue to deliver their message. Work by women, African-Americans, Jews, Chinese, Latin and Russian artists were shown on a regular basis. ACA was the people's gallery. Artists as diverse as Louise Nevelson, Charles White, Lee Krasner, Isamu Noguchi, Raphael and Moses Soyer, Alice Neel, Barnet Newman, David Smith, Stuart Davis, Rockwell Kent, Yasuo Kuniyoshi and hundreds of others often had their first public exhibition at ACA. To accommodate its expansion, the gallery was moved in 1933 to 8th Street, a block from Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney's studio club. Juliana Force, Ms. Whitney's director was a great supporter of the gallery.
In the mid-1930's when life for the artists became intolerable ACA organized the earliest meetings of the American Artist's Congress. Cinderblocks and boards were laid out and hundreds of artists gathered at ACA to form a political platform and demand the right to work. These meetings were chaired by Stuart Davis and Rockwell Kent and were eventually moved to Carnegie Hall. This was the antecedent of what was to become the FAP (Federal Arts Project) and the WPA (Work Project Administration). These organizations gave artists and their families a minimum wage for plying their trade as muralists, sculptors and painters. As a result the cultural life of many cities across America was greatly enriched.
In the late 1950's Herman Baron's nephew, Sidney Bergen, joined the gallery. Sidney applied modern accounting and marketing strategies to the growing company. Under his directorship a new vitality galvanized the company. A separate corporation was founded to examine and handle earlier American Art. Professional art historians and curators were hired, photographic archives were set up and the gallery made the transition to a modern business.
Diverse exhibitions such as "Four American Primitives," featuring the work of Edward Hicks, John Kane, Horace Pippin and Grandma Moses as well as "The New York Society of Women Artists," a radical group founded in 1925, were organized. Shows devoted to great collections such as the Avnet collection were compiled.
Throughout its history the gallery has been socially and philanthropically active by organizing benefits and raising money for numerous humanitarian, political and environmental causes.

Website : http://www.acagalleries.com/


798 Avant Gallery - New York - USA

Founded in Chelsea area of New York City in 2005, 798 Avant Gallery discovers, cultivates and promotes both established and emerging contemporary artists from mainland China. The gallery exhibits an exceptional selection of original paintings, conceptual photography, works on paper, mixed media prints, sculpture, and installation pieces, with a high reputation among American and European collectors.

Website : http://www.798avantgallery.com/index.php


303 Gallery - New York - USA

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 collaboratives. 1989 marked 303 Gallery's move to 89 Greene Street in Soho where Vito Acconci, Andreas Gursky, and Rirkrit Tiravanija had solo exhibitions. It was on Greene Street that Spellman initially exhibited with 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. In 2008, Spellman purchased a new building at 547 West 21st Street, the gallery's current home.

Website : http://www.303gallery.com/


255Canal - New York - USA

255Canal is a private exhibition space, giving emerging artists the opportunity to independently exhibit their work in New York.

Website : http://www.255canal.com/index.html


1500 Gallery - New York - USA

1500 Gallery is located in New York City's West Chelsea gallery district and specializes in Brazilian photography – the first gallery in the world with this explicit focus. 1500 represents several of the most recognized Brazilian art photographers, both emerging and established, with works present in major collections in Brazil and worldwide. 8 of 1500's photographers are present in the Sao Paulo Museum of Art's collection of photography. 1500 was founded in 2010 by Alexandre Bueno de Moraes and Andrew S. Klug.

Website : http://www.1500gallery.com/


Jack Rutberg Fine Arts - Los Angeles - USA

Jack Rutberg is owner and director of Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, in Los Angeles, a gallery established in 1979, dealing in Modern and Contemporary art. In that capacity he has acted as dealer, curator, and consultant for more than 25 years, representing a wide range of important American and European artists.
In more than 29 years at its La Brea Avenue location, the Rutberg Gallery has featured exhibitions by gallery represented artists Jordi Alcaraz, Hans Burkhardt, Patrick Graham, Reuben Nakian, Ruth Weisberg, Jerome Witkin and Francisco Zuniga in addition to a wide range of solo exhibitions of major international artists: Alexander Calder, Oskar Fischinger, Sam Francis, Arshile Gorky, George Herms, Hundertwasser, Käthe Kollwitz, Georges Rouault, Edward Ruscha, Antoni Tapies, Max Weber and others.
The gallery has been particularly noteworthy for its emphasis on education, presenting numerous lectures and panel discussions. Through that endeavor, Jack Rutberg Fine Arts is an important resource for established and beginning collectors, art historians, and museums internationally.

Website : http://www.jackrutbergfinearts.com/


Leslie Sacks Fine Art - Los Angeles - USA

Leslie Sacks Fine Art was established in the Los Angeles community of Brentwood in 1992 and has become an important American venue specializing in the work of modern and contemporary masters. Leslie Sacks Fine Art is a member of California Art Dealers Association, International Fine Print Dealers Association and Fine Art Dealers Association. While specializing in fine prints and unique works on paper, the gallery's collection also includes painting, sculpture, ceramics, and illustrated artist's books (livres d'artistes) by modern and contemporary masters, as well as a major collection of African tribal art.
In addition to holding a substantial owned inventory, Leslie Sacks Fine Art works with dealers and collectors throughout Europe, Asia and the United States to source and discretely sell important impressionist, post-impressionist and 20th century works.

Website : http://www.lesliesacks.com/index.php?pwidth=1024&pheight=768


Marc Selwyn Fine Art - Los Angeles - USA

Marc Selwyn Fine Art has a diverse program which includes established artists as well as mid-career talent. The gallery takes an international perspective and has exhibited artists from the United States, Cuba, and several European countries. Many of the gallery's more established artists are characterized by a minimal/conceptual aestheic, while exhibitions of younger artists have been more varied and experimental.
Artists represented/exhibited by the gallery include Mel Bochner, Bernd and Hilla Becher, James Casebere, Douglas Huebler (a portion of the Estate), Tom Knechtel, Robert Mapplethorpe, Roy McMakin, Richard Misrach, the estate of Lee Mullican, Roman Opalka, Robert Overby, Paul P., and Tony Smith.
The gallery became independent of its former partnership with Anthony Grant in New York and inaugurated its new space in Los Angeles near the Los Angeles County Museum of Art with an exhibition of Robert Mapplethorpe photographs curated by Catherine Opie.

Website : http://www.marcselwynfineart.com/expos/expo.htm


Thomas Solomon Gallery - Los Angeles - USA

President and owner of Thomas Solomon Gallery, Thomas Solomon, provides many services nationally and internationally, building unique perspectives for exhibitions and art collections. Thomas Solomon continues to explore new ways of assisting clients in purchasing and defining the important artworks of the 20th and 21 century.
Thomas Solomon Gallery and Thomas Solomon Fine Art Appraisal Services were established in 1987 in Los Angeles, California.
Solomon began working as a private dealer in the secondary market as well as continuing his diverse exhibition programming and curatorial projects. Developing both private and corporate collections, Solomon has built a highly regarded international reputation specializing in post-World War II contemporary masters.
As a public forum, Solomon mounts 3 shows per year dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists, often encompassing the works into a larger art historical context.

Website : http://www.thomassolomongallery.com/


Taylor De Cordoba - Los Angeles - USA

Opened in Spring 2006, Taylor De Cordoba is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of the vibrant Culver City Art District in Los Angeles, California. Representing emerging artists, Taylor De Cordoba provides a forum for artists working within a variety of media. The gallery has participated in Art LA, Scope NY, Aqua Miami and the NEXT Invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art in Chicago. Taylor De Cordoba and gallery represented artists have been featured in numerous local and international publications, including: Frieze, Artforum, Artweek, Art LTD, V Magazine, Elle, Vanity Fair, W Magazine, Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Beautiful Decay, C Magazine, Whitewall, The Huffington Post and Angeleno. Los Angeles natives Heather Taylor and Alex De Cordoba co-own and direct the gallery.

Website : http://www.taylordecordoba.com/main.php


Thinkspace - Los Angeles - USA

Established in November of 2005, Thinkspace exists as a catalyst for the ever expanding new contemporary art movement that is exploding forth from the streets and art schools the world over. We are here to help represent this new generation of artists, to provide them that home base and to aid them in building the right awareness and collector base necessary for long-term growth.
Our aim is to help these new talents shine and to provide them a gallery setting in which to prove themselves. It is our hope and dream that through these opportunities these individuals will prosper and continue to grow to amaze us all for years to come. With the love of and for our community, and with the talents of so many incredible artists involved, we believe that this movement will provide the necessary proving ground for the ideas and dreams of today to become the foundations of a new tomorrow.

Website : http://www.thinkspacegallery.com/index.php

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Daniel Weinberg Gallery - Los Angeles - USA

Since 1973, Daniel Weinberg Gallery has exhibited contemporary American art. One-person exhibitions have included, among others, Richard Artschwager, Dan Flavin, James Bishop, Jo Baer, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Lee Bontecou, John McLaughlin, Robert Gober, Donald Judd, Jeff Koons, Sol Le Witt, Robert Mangold, Brice Marden, Bruce Nauman, Robert Ryman, Richard Tuttle and John Chamberlain.

Website : http://www.danielweinberggallery.com/home


Jancar Gallery - Los Angeles - USA

In 1980 Tom Jancar and his partner Richard Kuhlenschmidt opened an art gallery in the basement of the historic Los Altos apartment building. This gallery would come to be recognized as one of the seminal institutions in the development of Los Angeles art culture. During the period of their partnership, Jancar / Kuhlenschmidt Gallery exhibited the work of artists including Richard Prince, Louise Lawler, David Askevold, Christopher Williams, William Leavitt and David Amico among others.
Inaugurated in October 2006, the Jancar Gallery opened on the top floor of a 1929 art deco building on Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles and was located there until the late summer of 2008.
Jancar Gallery has now relocated to a larger gallery space in Chinatown at 961 Chung King Road, Los Angeles.

Website : http://www.jancargallery.com/index.php


Kantor Gallery - Los Angeles - USA

Kantor Gallery was first founded in Los Angeles in the 1940's by Paul Kantor, a renowned art dealer often credited with discovering and nurturing the talent of Richard Diebenkorn. Niels Kantor has been continuing the legacy begun by his father since 1994 when he reopened Kantor Gallery as a venue to showcase emerging talent as well as established artists. Since that time he has shown artists ranging from blue chip artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, and Andy Warhol to emerging, mid-career artists including Kenny Scharf, Pheobe Washburn, Simone Shubuck, Yumiko Kayukawa and many others.
Between 2005-2007, Niels Kantor partnered with Chelsea gallerist Zach Feuer on Kantor/Feuer--a joint venture that allowed each to bring new and interesting artists to the Los Angeles area. After ending the brief but successful partnership, Kantor focused on art advising and building his personal collection. He is happy, however, to be back in the thriving Los Angeles art scene.
Niels Kantor is proud to reopen Kantor Gallery at 7025 Melrose Avenue. This exhibition space, with nearly 2,000 square feet, is proud to continue fostering the talents of young artists and allow them to showcase their works in the vibrant city of Los Angeles. Kantor Gallery also promises thought provoking group shows and the brightest of young talent.
In addition to the gallery on Melrose, Kantor Gallery operates an installation space in Chelsea at 259 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10001.

Website : http://www.kantorgallery.com/