New York City. You name it, it’s here. Some call it the capital of the art world and its history backs that up. Galleries from Chelsea to Bushwick are known world-wide, and the locals aren’t as bad as they say.   


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Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery

139 Eldridge Street, NY 10002/ 1646.478.8055/

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery opened its doors in Santo Domingo in 1995 with a focus on supporting the new artistic directions from the Dominican Republic, Latin America and the Caribbean. From 2006 to 2010 the gallery established itself in the Wynwood Art District of Miami. In 2016 it opens a branch in New York at the heart of Lower East Side in Manhattan. For over two decades, with Santo Domingo as its main platform, and faithful to its aesthetic proposal supporting the innovative, the irreverent and the extravagant, it has organised a series of exhibitions in galleries and museums in the great art capitals of the world.


Taymour Grahne Gallery

157 Hudson St, New York, NY 10013/ 1212.240.9442/

Taymour Grahne Gallery is a contemporary art gallery founded in 2013 with a focus on international emerging and mid-career artists. Taymour Grahne has placed gallery artists into major global institutional collections including: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The British Museum, London; Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi; Guggenheim, New York; Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC; Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles; The Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, NC and The Newark Museum, New Jersey, among others. Open: Tue - Fri, 11 am - 7 pm; Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm.


303 Gallery
507 W 24th Street, New York, NY 10011/ 212.255.1121 /
Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

303 Gallery was first established by owner and director Lisa Spellman in 1984 at 303 Park Avenue South. 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 opened its new location at 555 West 21 Street in a building designed by principal architect Norman Foster + Partners. 


Acquavella Gallery
18 E 79th St, New York, NY 10075 / 212.734.6300 /
Monday–Friday, 10 AM–5 PM

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

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    Andrew Kreps Gallery
    537 W 22nd Street, New York, NY  / 212.741.8849 /
    Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

    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. Artists of the gallery have previously exhibited their work at major institutions including Kunsthalle Basel, MoMA, New York, The Secession, The Stedelijk Museum, Tate Gallery, the Walker, ICA, Boston, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Sprengel Museum Hannover, and have participated in exhibitions such as the Venice Biennale, the Whitney Biennial.



      Blum and Poe
      19 E 66th Street, New York, NY 10065 / 212.249.2249 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      Blum & Poe is a contemporary art gallery located in Los Angeles, New York, and Tokyo. Blum & Poe is a contemporary art gallery with a minimal space showcasing sculpture, paintings & photography. 


      Carpenters Workshop Gallery
      693 Fifth Ave, NY, NY 10022 / 650.785.9222 /
      Monday-Saturday, 10 AM - 6 PM

      Carpenters Workshop Gallery transcends classical borders in terms of art and design. Its proposal stands just at the intersection of these two universes: reaching precisely a symbiosis of art and design. Carpenters Workshop Gallery produces and exhibits functional sculptures by international rising and already established artists and designers going outside their traditional territories of expression. The gallery is actively involved in the research and production of the limited edition works exhibited. The choices are guided by the research of an emotional, artistic and historical relevance; a relevance that appears as an evidence.


      David Zwirner
      537 W 20th Street, New York, NY 10011 / 212.517.8677 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      David Zwirner Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in New York City and London owned by David Zwirner that is active in both the primary and secondary markets. From about 2000 to 2012, it was known as Zwirner & Wirth Gallery. The gallery opened in 1993 on the ground floor of 43 Greene Street in SoHo. In 2002, the gallery moved to 525 West 19th Street in Chelsea. In 2006, it expanded from 10,000 square feet (930 m2) to 30,000 square feet (2,800 m2), adding spaces at 519 and 533 West 19th Street. This allows the gallery to mount three independent, full-scale exhibitions simultaneously. In October 2012 it opened a new gallery in Mayfair in London.  In February 2013, the gallery also opened an additional 30,000-square-foot (2,800 m2) space in New York's Chelsea neighborhood.


      Gagosian Chelsea
      555 W 24th Street, New York, NY 10011 / 212.741.1111 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      Larry Gagosian opened his first gallery in Los Angeles in 1980, specializing in modern and contemporary art. Five years later, he expanded his activities to New York, inaugurating his first Chelsea gallery with an exhibition of works from the Pop art collection of Emily and Burton Tremaine. Gagosian’s vibrant contemporary program features the work of leading international artists including Georg Baselitz, Ellen Gallagher, Andreas Gursky, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami… A series of groundbreaking Picasso surveys curated by John Richardson has been attended by hundreds of thousands of visitors in New York and London. 


      Gitterman Gallery
      41 E 57th Street, Suite 1103,  New York, NY 10022 / 212.734.0868 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      Gitterman Gallery is committed to presenting great art in photography. We have over 25 years of experience in the field and specialize in connoisseur level photographs. In addition to representing artists, estates and private collections, we maintain an inventory of selective work that spans the history of the medium in a full range of styles and periods.


      Kinz + Tillou Gallery
      59 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, NY / 212.929.0500 /
      Monday - Friday, 10 AM - 5 PM

      TILLOU FINE ART is an exhibition, advising and curatorial enterprise representing emerging, mid-career and established artists. The gallery, owned and directed by Michelle Tillou, presents solo and group exhibitions of contemporary art across all media, and places works with private collections and public museums worldwide. The gallery has participated in international art fairs - (including Art Basel, ARCO Madrid, Art Chicago, The Armory Show, Pulse NY and Miami, Art Hamptons, Outsider Art Fair, and Volta as well as fairs in Los Angeles, Santa Fe and Guadalajara, Mexico); and has organized various special projects and independent exhibitions throughout New York City - in Chelsea, the East Village, Lower East Side, Midtown, the Upper East Side, Brooklyn and East Hampton.

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      Leonard Hutton Galleries
      790 Madison Avenue, Suite 506 /  212.751.7373 / 
      Monday-Friday 10 AM-5:30 PM

      The Leonard Hutton Galleries, founded in 1957, specializes in paintings, works on paper and sculpture by 20th century European and American artists. Located in New York, Leonard Hutton Galleries maintain an active exhibition program and, over the years, has published more than 40 fully illustrated catalogues for selected shows. A main focus of the gallery has always been modernist movements of the first half of the 20th Century, notably German Expressionism and the Russian Avant-Garde. Among the artists traditionally identified with Leonard Hutton Galleries are KANDINSKY, JAWLENSKY, KLEE, NOLDE, MÜNTER, FEININGER, KOLBE, MARCKS, POPOVA, LARIONOV, GONTCHAROVA, EXTER, CHASHNIK and SUETIN. Also regularly available are works by PICASSO, LÉGER, MIRÓ, ALBERS, LAURENS, ARCHIPENKO, BALLA, KUPKA, BROOKS, GOTTLIEB, FRANCIS, POUSETTE-DART and both ROBERT and SONIA DELAUNAY.


      Lisson Gallery
      504 W 24th Street, New York, NY 10011 / 212.505.6431 /
      Tuesday - Saturday, 10 AM - 6 PM

      Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Since being founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, it has championed the careers of artists who have transformed the way art was made and presented. These include many important Minimal and Conceptual artists, such as Sol LeWitt and Richard Long, as well as a whole generation of significant British sculptors from Anish Kapoor and Richard Deacon to Shirazeh Houshiary and Tony Cragg. It continues to support the future of its artists, the legacy of historical figures, the evolving practice of established artists and the wide-ranging potential of emerging and new talents.


      Loretta Howard Gallery
      525 W 26th Street, New York, NY 10001 / 212.695.0164 /
      Tuesday – Saturday, 10 AM – 6 PM

      Loretta Howard Gallery specializes in classic Post War American art with an emphasis on artists who came to prominence in the 1950s and 1960s. Gallery artists are associated with major movements of the period including Abstract Expressionism, Op Art, Minimalism and Color Field. In addition the gallery represents a select group of mid career artists. The gallery presents exhibitions and advises private and corporate collections.  Loretta Howard Gallery is well known for presenting historical exhibitions and publishing scholarly catalogues.  


      Marlborough Chelsea
      545 W 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 / 212.463.8634 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–5:30 PM  

      Marlborough Gallery was founded in London in 1946 and is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading modern and contemporary art dealers. Marlborough has an international presence with major galleries and offices in Madrid and Barcelona to complement its long established venues in New York and London.  Marlborough represents highly credentialed artists such as Magdalena Abakanowicz, Frank Auerbach, Alice Aycock, Santiago Calatrava, Dale Chihuly, Richard Estes, Antonio Lopez Garcia, Red Grooms, Tom Otterness, Paula Rego, Manolo Valdés, and the Estates of Claudio Bravo, Jacques Lipchitz, George Rickey, and R.B. Kitaj as well as a new generation of artists and programs at Marlborough Chelsea.


      Mary Boone Gallery
      541 W 24th Street, New York, NY 10011 / 212.752.2929 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      Mary Boone (born October 29, 1951) is the owner and director of the Mary Boone Gallery and was instrumental in the New York art market of the 1980s. Her first two artists, Julian Schnabel and David Salle, became internationally known and, by 1982 she had earned a cover story on New York magazine tagged "The New Queen of the Art Scene." The Mary Boone Gallery has represented notable artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Barbara Kruger, Eric Fischl, Ross Bleckner, and Brice Marden. Originally based in SoHo, Boone currently has two galleries, one in midtown on Fifth Avenue, the other in Chelsea.


      Miguel Abreu Gallery
      88 Eldridge Street, New York , NY , 10002, United States / 212.995.1774 /
      Wednesday-Sunday 11 AM-6:30 PM

      A filmmaker as well as founding member of the legendary Threadwaxing alternative space in Soho (now closed), Miguel Abreu began his venture into dealing in 2006. Hosting a highly intellectual series of performances, art theory seminars and film screenings, as well as exhibitions, the gallery represents conceptually inspired artists. The list includes R.H. Quaytman, who creates hauntingly enigmatic images silk-screened onto wood panels; Eileen Quinlan, whose abstract photos have a similarly evasive if self-referential quality; and Blake Rayne, whose heavily coded paintings and objects delve deep into the philosophical foundations of art and representation.

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      Opera Gallery
      791 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 100‎65  /
      Monday - Saturday 10 AM - 7 PM / Sunday 11 AM - 6 PM

      Founded by Gilles Dyan in Paris in 1994 and now internationally established with offices in Paris, London, Geneva, Monaco, New York, Miami, Aspen, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beirut and Dubai, Opera Gallery is one of the leading dealers in modern and contemporary art with museums as well as private clients worldwide.Offering artworks of high quality, the gallery has a reputation for excellence, integrity and discretion that it continues to earn by providing a high level of service to understandably demanding clients.Opera Gallery will assess quality and authenticity, evaluate, exhibit, care for, buy and sell art principally for the benefit of the collector.     


      Pace Gallery
      508 W 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 / 212.659.0096 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      The Pace Gallery is an American contemporary and modern art gallery. It was founded in Boston by Arne Glimcher in 1960.  The gallery moved to Manhattan in 1963 and from 1993 to 2010 operated jointly with Wildenstein & Co., a gallery specializing in old master painting, as PaceWildenstein. The gallery operates three spaces in New York City, and others in California, in China, in London and in Paris.


      535 W 22nd Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10011 / 212.647.1044 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      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.

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      260 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11206 / 347.746.8457 /
      Saturday-Sunday 1 PM-6 PM

      SIGNAL stages exhibitions by emerging artists, as well as projects and performances. SIGNAL is run by Kyle Jacques and Alexander Johns.


      Sperone Westwater
      257 Bowery, New York, NY 10002 / 212.999.7338 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM & Monday by appointment 

      Sperone Westwater Fischer was founded in 1975, when Italian art dealer Gian Enzo Sperone, Angela Westwater, and German art dealer Konrad Fischer opened a space at 142 Greene Street in SoHo, New York. An additional space was later established at 121 Greene Street. The founders' original program showcased a European avant-garde alongside a core group of American artists to whom its founders were committed. From May 2002 to May 2010, the gallery was located at 415 West 13 Street, in a 10,000-square foot space in the Meatpacking District.


      Still House Group
      481 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231 / 718.395.7773 /
      Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM

      The Still House Group was an artist-run organization based in New York, with locations in Red Hook, Chinatown, and the South Bronx. Still House supported a network of artists, providing them with a shared environment
      to conceptualize, produce, and exhibit their work. Merging artist, studio, and gallery, the group was
      defined by its collaborative format. By promoting active dialogues amongst its artists, Still House
      established a critical setting for the growth of individual ideas within a collective context.


        Studio 10
        56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206 / 718.852.4396 /
        Thursday–Sunday, 1 PM–6 PM


          47 Canal
          291 Grand Street, 2nd floor New York, NY 10002/
          Wednesday - Sunday, 11 AM - 6 PM

          Founded by Margaret Lee and Oliver Newton, 47 Canal is a gallery that continues to push the boundaries of art. It gives focus to the artist and how he wishes to express his ideas and views without having to compromise. Furthermore, it gives space for the artist to explore his medium, style, and identity without pressuring him to have a definite and established belief on how things should be and to have a self-entitled feeling of making a mark in history


          Murray Guy
          453 West 17th Street  New York, New York 10011/

          Murray Guy is a contemporary art gallery specializing in emerging and mid-career contemporary artists. Murray Guy Gallery is located in the Chelsea, Manhattan gallery district at 453 West 17th Street. It was founded by Margaret Murray and Janice Guy


          Gladstone Gallery
          24th Street 515 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 USA/ 212-206-9300/
          Tuesday – Saturday: 10 AM– 6 PM

          Gladstone Gallery is a leading, private contemporary art gallery owned by Barbara Gladstone, an icon among art dealers. Barbara owns two galleries in New York and one in Brussels


          White Columns
          320 West 13th Street (Enter on Horatio Street, between Hudson and 8th Avenue) New York, NY 10014/ 212 924 4212/
          Tuesday - Saturday, 12 AM–6 PM

          White Columns is New York's oldest alternative art space. It was founded in 1970 by Jeffrey Lew and Gordon Matta-Clark as an experimental platform for artists. Originally located in SoHo (and known as the 112 Workshop/112 Greene Street), the organization was renamed White Columns when it moved to Spring Street in 1979. In 1991 White Columns moved to Christopher Street in the West Village, and in 1998 the gallery relocated to its present address on the border of the West Village and Meat Packing District. 


          Andrea Rosen
          525 West 24th Street  New York, NY 10011/ 212 924 4212/
          Tuesday – Saturday 10 AM– 6 PM

          Andrea Rosen Gallery was inaugurated in January, 1990, with a seminal exhibition of work by Felix Gonzalez-Torres. This exhibition would set the pace and agenda for the entire program of the gallery: conceptually rigorous, fully aware of the responsibility of putting one's subjectivity in the public realm, and unafraid of actually being beautiful.
          It has always been the goal of the gallery to retain a specific territory for each artist that we represent. What defines the artists as a group is that each, independently, is fully responsible to the medium of their choice and is fully questioning of the role that art plays in the contemporary social-political, and/or cultural arena.


          Joshua Liner Gallery
          540 West 28th Street New York, NY 10001/ (212) 244-7415/
          Tuesday–Saturday 11 AM–6PM

          Founded in 2008 in Chelsea, New York, the focus of Joshua Liner Gallery’s program supports the talents of both established and emerging artists. Offering a broad spectrum of ideas and practices, the program reflects the diversity within the current contemporary visual dialogue. Ranging from formalism to political criticism and satire, Joshua Liner Gallery aims to present work in a space that is approachable and engaging.  


          Marian Goodman
          24 West 57th Street. New York, NY 10019/ 212-977-7160/
          Mon–Sat: 10 AM–6 PM

          For over thirty years, the Marian Goodman Gallery has played an important role in introducing European artists to American audiences and helping to establish a vital dialogue among artists and institutions working internationally.


          Reena Spaulings
          165 East Broadway, Lower East Side, Manhattan New York, 10011/ (212) 477-5006/
          Thursday - Sunday, 12 AM - 6 PM

          In 2004, the New York-based artist Reena Spaulings emerged from the daily operation of an art gallery (Reena Spaulings Fine Art, founded by John Kelsey & Emily Sundblad) on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Often playing on the double-identity of art dealer and artist, Spaulings’ work undermines professional divisions of labor and disciplinary hierarchies, while interrogating accepted notions of individual authorship and agency.


          Anton Kern
          532 West 20th Street New York, NY 10011/ 212 367 9663/
          Tuesday – Saturday 10 AM– 6 PM

          Anton Kern Gallery was established in New York in 1996 and currently represents 28 international artists. 


          Broadway 1602
          5 E. 63rd Street, 1ABC New York, NY 10065/ 212.481.0362/
          Tuesday – Saturday, 10 AM– 6 PM

          BROADWAY 1602 is a contemporary art gallery of the highest reputation with a decade of expertise in representing the pioneering work by women artists and the avant-garde of the 1960s and 70s. Evelyne Axell, Rosemarie Castoro, Babette Mangolte, Idelle Weber, Marjorie Strider, Lenora de Barros, Lydia Okumura, Penny Slinger, and Sylvia Palacios Whitman are among the women avant-garde artists represented by the gallery.


          Paula Cooper
          534 West 21ST Street NY, NY 10011/ 212.255.1105/

          For over forty years, the gallery’s artistic agenda has remained focused on, though not limited to, conceptual and minimal art. 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.”


          Carpenters Workshop Gallery
          693 Fifth Avenue New York, NY USA/ 1 212 829 0610/
          Mon–Sat, 10 AM–6 PM

          The Design-Art gallery started its life in an old carpenter’s workshop in Chelsea. The space was revitalised by French entrepreneurs, Julien Lombrail and Loïc Le Gaillard, in 2004 to provide an ideal environment for showcasing bold Contemporary Conceptual Design-Art. The gallery presents the work of established artists including Marc Quinn, Atelier van Lieshout, Studio Job, Wendell Castle, Maarten Baas, and Ingrid Donat, as well as encouraging the talent of the up-and-coming generation, such as Sebastian Brajkovic, Robert Stadler, Pablo Reinoso, Demakersvan, and Vincent Dubourg.


          Todd Merrill 20th Century and Studio Contemporary
          65 Bleecker Street New York, NY 10012 USA/ 1-212-673-0531/
          Monday – Saturday 10 AM– 6 PM, Closed Sunday

          Since 2000, Todd Merrill Studio has developed a nation-wide reputation for presenting an eclectic and glamorous mix of the finest 20th-century furniture including American and European Post-War designers such as Karl Springer, James Mont, Tommi Parzinger, Paul Laszlo, LaVerne, Gio Ponti, Maison Jansen, Piero Fornasetti, Ado Chale, and Paul Evans, among others. Design authority, Todd Merrill, introduced Studio Contemporary, representing Contemporary studio artists, including Joseph Walsh, Michael Coffey, and David Ebner, offering select exclusive works and custom commissions of all kinds from the finest living studio artists of the 21st century. Studio Contemporary is a destination gallery for those who appreciate cutting edge Contemporary furniture design, hand craft, and the unique work of the great studio furniture movement. Each piece represents the meeting of handcraft and design innovation.  


          Jason Jacques Gallery
          29 EAST 73RD Street New York, NY 10021/ 1 212 535 7500/
          Monday - Saturday, 10 AM - 6 PM

          Jason Jacques Inc. specializes in European Art Nouveau and Japonist ceramics, from 1885 to 1925. The gallery also offers superb examples of German and Austrian Secessionist graphic art, as well as French and German metalwork. Emphasis is placed on the rare and unusual, with each piece chosen for its unique aesthetic and historical importance. With 17 years of experience, Jason Jacques is an internationally recognized authority who has built many of American’s finest private collections, and is now actively working with major museums to increase their holdings. The gallery applies academic standards of research and documentation to every piece, and publishes scholarly catalogues to accompany major exhibitions. Based in an exciting new gallery location in a two-story townhouse in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Jason Jacques Inc. is committed to serving both novice and experienced collectors. The gallery prides itself on working closely with clients to educate and direct them toward the finest examples of ceramic and graphic art from the Art Nouveau, Japoniste, and Secessionist movements.


          Sandra Gering Gallery
          14 East 63rd Street  New York, NY 10065/
          Tuesday - Friday 10 AM- 6PM

          For over twenty-five years, Sandra Gering has maintained an influential presence in the New York art world. After an early start in the West Village, she opened her first gallery space in Soho. Several years later the gallery relocated to Chelsea, and after much growth, moved further uptown to Fifth Avenue. Several more years in the historic Crown Building with partner Javier Lopez saw an expanded gallery program and the gallery’s largest exhibition space to date


          Friedrich Petzel
          456 W 18th Street New York, New York 10011/
          By Appointment

          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. 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.


          Greene Naftali
          508 West 26th Street Ground Floor & 8th Floor New York, NY 10001/ (212) 463-7770/
          Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM- 6 PM

          Greene Naftali is a contemporary art gallery in Chelsea representing artists including Paul Chan, Rachel Harrison, Jacqueline Humphries, Michael Krebber, and Gedi Sibony. Greene Naftali is internationally known for its strong conceptual foundation and diverse roster.


          Sperone Westwater
          257 Bowery New York, NY 10002/ 212 999 7337/
          Tuesday - Saturday, 10 AM-6 PM

          Sperone Westwater Fischer was founded in 1975, when Italian art dealer Gian Enzo Sperone, Angela Westwater, and German art dealer Konrad Fischer opened a space at 142 Greene Street in SoHo, New York. (The gallery's name was changed to Sperone Westwater in 1982.) An additional space was later established at 121 Greene Street. The founders' original program showcased a European avant-garde alongside a core group of American artists to whom its founders were committed.In September 2010, Sperone Westwater inaugurated a new Foster + Partners designed building at 257 Bowery in New York. Today, 40 years after its conception, the gallery continues to exhibit an international roster of prominent artists working in a wide variety of media.


          Jonathan Levine Gallery
          529 West 20th Street, 9th Floor | New York, NY 10011/ 212 279 9219/
          Tuesday - Saturday, 11 AM-6 PM

          Jonathan Levine Gallery is committed to new and cutting edge art. Our roots go back to 1995, when Jonathan's life-long participation in punk and underground music grew into a curatorial experiment with the visual culture that surrounded him. 


          Ramiken Crucible
          389 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002/
          Thursday-Sunday, 12 AM-6 PM

          Ramiken Crucible was opened in 2009 by Michael Egan. In 2010 Blaize Lehane joined the gallery as partner. Musician and artist Mike Egan established this small downtown space in September of 2009, as a way of showcasing work by artists he likes who don't have representation in New York, or whose practice isn't supported by the traditional gallery structure. Pulling from the DIY aesthetic he admires, Egan regularly hosts a variety of music performances at his space.


          510 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001/ 212.255.4044/
          Tuesday -Saturday 10 AM-6 PM

          Pace Gallery has produced hundreds of top-notch catalogues and even more exhibitions, loomed large at art fairs, and stayed on top of art world news for fifty years. In addition to representing some of the most important artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, Pace has spaces dedicated specifically to prints and to African art. Jack-of-all-Trades, master of all.


          Odetta Gallery
          ODETTA 229 Cook Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1 203-598-1517/
          Friday - Sunday 1 PM - 6 PM

          ODETTA exhibits works by mid-career artists who have honed their craft and their vision. Directed by artist, Ellen Hackl Fagan, special interest is given to contemporary painting, glyphs, music, Color Field, Buddha Mind, Minimalism, playfulness and encyclopedic obsessiveness.