Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, was founded in 1999 and specializes in post-war and contemporary masters, mid-career, and emerging artists. The gallery mounts both contemporary and historic solo and thematic group exhibitions in all media.
The New York gallery is the second gallery partnership of Ronald K. Greenberg and John Van Doren and is directed by Dorsey Waxter who brings her expertise of art from the post-World War II period to the present. Since opening, the gallery has mounted solo exhibitions of works by Anthony Caro, Sam Francis, Jasper Johns, John McLaughlin, Fausto Melotti, Robert Motherwell, Dorothea Rockburne, and Frank Stella, and group exhibitions including works by Louise Bourgeois, John Chamberlain, Mark di Suvero, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Joan Mitchell, Robert Morris, and Andy Warhol. The gallery represents the estates of the American Post-war artists James Brooks, Richard Diebenkorn and Alan Shields and has presented multiple solo exhibitions of works by these artists.
The gallery's contemporary program includes established artists working in a diverse range of media and is international in scope. Greenberg Van Doren represents photographers Jessica Craig-Martin and Tim Davis alongside painters Eva Lundsager, Cameron Martin, Kanishka Raja and Kevin Zucker. More recently, the program has broadened to include Katsura Funakoshi, Alexander Gorlizki, and the Thai-Chinese painter Sung, as well as Katrin Sigurdardottir and Valeska Soares, both of whom the gallery represents in the US in conjunction with its Lower East Side counterpart, Eleven Rivington. Each summer Greenberg Van Doren mounts an experimental group exhibition.
In 2007 the gallery opened Eleven Rivington in New York City's bourgeoning Lower East Side district. Directed by Augusto Arbizo, Eleven Rivington focuses on finding new talent and developing the careers of international and mature artists who have had little previous exposure in the US.
Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, St. Louis, has been in existence for over thirty years and is located in Grand Center in close proximity to many of the leading visual and cultural institutions in St. Louis.
Website : http://www.gvdgallery.com/
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