Coleman Burke Gallery - New York - USA

Founded in 2009, Coleman Burke Gallery (formerly RedFlagg), is a contemporary gallery featuring both emerging and established artists working in a variety of mediums and approaches.

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


J. Cacciola Gallery - New York - USA

The J. Cacciola Gallery represents many of the finest contemporary artists at work today. From established and mid-career painters to emerging artists, we continue to seek out exceptional artists and bring their work to a wider public.


Denise Cadé Gallery Gallery LTD - New York - USA

Since opening in New York in 1982, the gallery’s mission has been to present the work of European masters to an American audience, as well as to introduce the work of younger international painters, sculptors, and photographers. The gallery has a particular specialty in the great painters working in France during the early postwar period, including Nicolas de Staël, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Pierre Soulages, Jean Dubuffet, Serge Poliakoff, Zao Wou-Ki, and Hans Hartung. Among the younger artists the gallery has had the pleasure of representing have been Jean-Pierre Pincemin, Gérard Titus-Carmel, Charles Belle, Lester Johnson, Rakuko Naito, Dominique Evrard and Paul Wallach.
Website : http://www.denisecadegallery.com/index.php


ChinaSquare - New York - USA

Conceived in 2004, ChinaSquare was born from a desire to facilitate contemporary Chinese artists entering international markets while providing guidance to new enthusiasts. Not satisfied to be a niche of the art world, ChinaSquare advocates the idea that Chinese contemporary art is relevant to every collector of contemporary art.
Recently relocated to Lower East Side, the heart of Manhattan's emerging arts district, the gallery is ideally positioned to introduce the work of Chinese artists to a wider international audience. Notably different from other galleries that exhibit Chinese art, ChinaSquare is committed solely to the promotion of Chinese contemporary work, and only Chinese artists. Our New York gallery space acts as the hub from which we communicate with clients and institutions while preparing our rigorous exhibition and art fair schedules. With an office in Beijing dedicated to cultivating artist relations, no sacrifice is made in the service and care provided to the artists we represent. For these reasons, we are able to work fluidly with both the talents in China and the collectors in North America and Europe.
ChinaSquare increases the visibility of Chinese contemporary art both academically and commercially by collaborating closely with art historians, private collectors, museums and cultural institutions, critics, foundations, and art enthusiasts. The gallery showcases Chinese contemporary artwork including photography, painting, sculpture, video art, and installations. ChinaSquare is especially proud to show the works of Cai Zhisong 蔡志松, Chihung Yang 楊識宏, Cui Guotai 崔國泰, Duan Jianghua 段江華, Guangci 廣慈, He Duoling 何多苓, Mao Yan 毛焰, Su Xinping 蘇新平, Xiang Jing 向京, Ye Yongqing 葉永青, Zhang Xiaotao 張小濤, Zhao Nengzhi 趙能智, Zhong Biao 鍾飆 and Zhu Wei 朱偉.

Website : http://chinasquareny.com/gallery/


Chappell Gallery - New York - USA

Chappell Gallery is built on a strong foundation of education, the fuel that has driven the art glass movement to its current heights. Over the past fifty years, students have been introduced to the medium of glass in art schools worldwide, where previously it had not been a part of the curriculum. Many of these students have chosen to continue working in glass. With new talent and new ideas have come increasing breadth, exploration and refinement of glass as a provocative sculptural and artistic medium.

Website : http://www.chappellgallery.com/default.htm


Chambers Fine Art - New York - USA

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 artists as varied as Qiu Zhijie, Tan Dun and Feng Mengbo have added different perspectives to the gallery profile.
In 2007 the opening of Chambers Fine Art Beijing in a building designed by Ai Weiwei greatly expanded the ability of the gallery to represent the work of influential established artists as well as young emerging talents. The following year saw the opening of ArtFarm, an architecturally acclaimed building by Ai Weiwei and HHF architects, in upstate New York. This is used for both storage and special exhibitions. Recently relocated to West 19th Street between the High Line and Frank Gehry’s IAC Building, Chambers Fine Art enters its tenth year as one of the essential destinations for all those interested in the latest and the best coming out of China.
Website : http://chambersfineart.com/index.shtml


Ceres Gallery - New York - USA

Founded in 1983, as a program of the New York Feminist Art Institute, Ceres is a not-for-profit artist run organization dedicated to the promotion of contemporary women in the arts. The gallery exhibits a broad spectrum of high quality work each year within a community of women artists that includes national and international members.
Ceres serves as a supportive base for a diversity of artistic and political views. We have become a venue for female and male writers, musicians, dancers and storytellers to perform and take risks. We believe that the arts provide an important social service with their power to enhance and enrich the quality and depth of our lives.
Website : http://www.ceresgallery.org/index.html


Causey Contemporary - New York - USA

Causey Contemporary represents exquisite technically and conceptually challenging art. The gallery exhibits the work of its core group of 13 artists in 11 shows annually, in addition to hosting special exhibitions by other critically recognized artists. Causey Contemporary participates in two or more international art fairs annually and also organizes international touring exhibitions.
Causey Contemporary and its artists have been covered in Artnews, Artforum, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and multiple other art and culture publications. Gallery artists are included in the collections of MoMA, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and other institutions throughout the world.
Causey Contemporary was established in 1999 as Ch’i Contemporary Fine Art. Founder and Director Tracy Causey-Jeffery changed the name in September 2009 to commemorate the gallery’s expansion and its tenth anniversary.

Website : http://www.causeycontemporary.com/


Catherine Dail Fine Art - New York - USA

Catherine Dail Fine Art, a private gallery specializing in 19th and 20th century works of art. 
Neighboring New York Historical Society, the Museum of Natural History and Bard Graduate Center for Decorative Arts and Design, the gallery resides on Manhattan's Upper West Side, directly across Central Park from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Conveniently located in a landmark Art Deco building at 40 West 86th Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue, we are happy to accommodate your schedule with visits by appointment only.
American painting from 1870-1970 is our passion and focus. This 100-year period encompasses the greatest Hudson River School and Luminist, Impressionist, Modernist and Pop-Art movements. Representing masterful works of landscape, portraiture, still life and abstraction, the gallery exhibits paintings, works on paper and sculpture.
For over 20 years, Catherine Dail has been curating, appraising and consulting with private collectors, institutions and museums. We offer discreet personal attention and foster the joy of connoisseurship among first-time and experienced collectors alike. Based on extensive knowledge, comprehensive art historical research and thorough market evaluation, this gallery works with each client to build collections featuring best quality works.

Website : http://www.cdailfineart.com/index.cfm


Caelum Gallery - New York - USA

Caelum Gallery was established in 1996 by its Co-Directors, Nicholas Bergman and Misuzu Takemoto. It was then located in the Soho art district in New York, at 580 Broadway. In 1998 the gallery moved to the Chelsea art district at the current address 508-526 West 26th Street, which is off of 10th Avenue, on the third floor. This can be easily reached by public transportation by taking any train or bus that stop at 23rd Street and transferring to the frequent cross town bus going West.
The Chelsea district has become, according to such publications as ART news and The New York Times, the epicenter of an explosion of activity in the art scene, not only in New York, but in the entire world. In just two years, over two hundred fifty galleries have moved to or have started in Chelsea. There is a great variety of galleries, but in general Chelsea is known for advanced art by younger artists.
Caelum gallery is very much an integral part of this scene. The gallery has exhibition by extraordinarily talented young artists from around the world. Of particular note are first rate contemporary artists from Japan, whose painting , sculpture, installation/video and works on paper. It also offers a fine selection of prints by old and modern masters.


Charles Bank Gallery - New York - USA

Charles Bank Gallery was founded in 2010 by Adam Charles Greenberger and Michael Bank Christoffersen.
Charles Bank Gallery specializes in contemporary and conceptual art and also offers bespoke art advisory services.

Website : http://www.charlesbankgallery.com/


Christine Burgin Gallery - New York - USA

The Christine Burgin Gallery publishes and produces works with artists. These have ranged from the reinstallation of Max Neuhaus' sound work for Times Square - now part of the permanent collection of the DIA Foundation -- to editions, installations and books with the artists Rodney Graham, Paul Etienne Lincoln, Michael Smith, Al Ruppersberg, Anne Chu, Matt Mullican and Allan McCollum. The gallery opened in 1986 with a program that included Chris Burden, John Cage, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Buckminster Fuller, Hamish Fulton, Maria Nordman, Alan Saret and James Welling as well as numerous historical exhibitions including “No One May Ever Have this Knowledge Again,” an exhibition organized in collaboration with the Museum of Jurassic Technology in California and “Twixt Two Worlds” curated by the magician and collector Ricky Jay.
The gallery's most recent projects include the books Robert Walser Microscripts, (co-published with New Directions), British Weathervanes by Rodney Graham and The Adventures of a Dreamer by Zoe Beloff; the production of the installation Big Trouble by Allen Ruppersberg and print editions with Rodney Graham, Paul Lincoln, Matt Mullican and Allen Ruppersberg. Upcoming books include a new translation of Paul Scheerbart's Das Perpetuum Mobile and other stories, a collaboration with Josiah McElheny and a book of the writings and visual work of Paul Altenberg.

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


Mary Boone Gallery - New York - USA

Mary Boone Gallery was founded in New York in 1977. The first Gallery was a small ground floor space at the renowned Soho address 420 West Broadway. From the outset, the Gallery was committed to showing the work of innovative young artists.
By the early 1980s, two artists who started with the Gallery—David Salle and Julian Schnabel—had attained international recognition. Both were given dual exhibitions with the Gallery's upstairs neighbor, Leo Castelli Gallery. Matching the heroic output and ambition of these artists, in September 1981 Mary Boone Gallery expanded by completing a dramatic renovation of a truck garage directly across the street.
Other prominent New York-based artists under Gallery representation during this period include Richard Artschwager, Jean Michel Basquiat, Ross Bleckner, Eric Fischl, Barbara Kruger, Brice Marden, and Richard Tuttle. Many of the most significant international artists also had solo exhibitions at the Gallery during the 1980s: Georg Baselitz, James Lee Byars, Francesco Clemente, Jorg Immendorff, Anselm Kiefer, Jannis Kounellis, Malcolm Morley, Sigmar Polke.
The Gallery intermittently mounted historical shows such as works by Francis Picabia, an installation by Marcel Broodthaers, 1960s works by Agnes Martin, the rarely seen paintings of Clyfford Still, and the "Mirror Paintings" of the 1970s by Roy Lichtenstein. These exhibitions proved to be influential to the upcoming generation of artists.
By the 1990s, Soho had evolved into a lively commercial district no longer chiefly inhabited by, and nurturing to, artists. In May 1996 the Gallery moved uptown to Fifth Avenue and 57 Street, long established crossroads of the art world.
With the move came the opportunity to show the work of young artists associated with “downtown” (Will Cotton, Luis Gispert, Aleksandra Mir, Kevin Zucker) in a new context. The Gallery also initiated the ongoing VIEW series of exhibitions, in which an invited curator is free to present the work of compelling young artists alongside contemporary masters.
The Gallery in this manner functions as a Kunsthalle or project space, stimulating observation and discourse. Through this program the Gallery has shown and developed relationships with new artists such as Pierre Bismuth, Carol Bove, Thomas Demand, Douglas Gordon, Aleksandra Mir, and Mika Rottenberg. A number of these artists have proceeded to mount solo shows at the Gallery.
In November 2000, Mary Boone Gallery opened an additional space in Manhattan's developing Chelsea art district - again in a former garage. This Gallery allows for an expanded exhibition schedule and provides facilities for large-scale works and dramatic installations, such as Peter Halley's explosive hanging of paintings and wallpaper, Marc Quinn's complete series of carved marble statues of persons with missing limbs, a four-channel DVD installation by Barbara Kruger, and monumental sculpture by James Lee Byars.
In addition to artists long-associated with the Gallery – Ross Bleckner, Francesco Clemente, Eric Fischl, Barbara Kruger, David Salle – the gallery now represents established artists such as Barry Le Va and Keith Sonnier alongside intriguing new artists like Pierre Bismuth, Patty Chang, Chie Fueki, Luis Gispert, Hilary Harkness, Jacob Hashimoto, and Aleksandra Mir. Mary Boone Gallery is actively involved in the secondary market of artists important to its history, including Jean Michel Basquiat, Jeff Koons, Brice Marden, and Julian Schnabel.

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


Marianne Boesky Gallery - New York - USA

Marianne Boesky Gallery was founded in 1996 in SoHo, New York City. Since its inception the Gallery's mission has been to represent and support the work of emerging international artists of all media. The Gallery's first generation of artists, such as Sarah Sze, Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara, has gone on to enjoy significant international acclaim, as has the Gallery's second group of artists brought on between 1999-2001, such as Rachel Feinstein, Barnaby Furnas, Liz Craft and Donald Moffett. After 2001 the Gallery added several artists with strong existing careers to the program including Sue de Beer, John Waters and Alexander Ross. In concert with the Gallery's move in 2005 to its new ground floor home designed by Deborah Berke and Partners on West 24th Street in Chelsea, the Gallery again focused on its original and ongoing mission by adding recent art school graduates to its roster of artists such as Jay Heikes, Adam Helms, Anthony Pearson, Diana Al-Hadid and William J. O'Brien, among others. The gallery continues to expand its program internationally, recently taking on Kaye Donachie, Hans Op de Beeck and Robert Elfgen. Additionally, in an ongoing effort to infuse historic context into the program, the gallery is now representing the estate of Salvatore Scarpitta. And, in early 2010, the gallery opened a second location in an old-world townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, dedicated to mounting exhibitions that provide historic context for the younger and mid-career artists in the gallery program.

Website : http://www.marianneboeskygallery.com/