The George Adams Gallery traces its origins to the Allan Frumkin Gallery, founded in Chicago in 1952 with a New York location 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 Luis Cruz Azaceta, 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
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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.
Di 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 private collections and museums worldwide.
Founded 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. Di Donna Galleries opened a state-of-the-art space on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in 2016. The gallery’s inaugural exhibition, Paths to the Absolute: Kandinsky, Malevich, Mondrian, Newman, Pollock, Rothko, and Still, united masterworks that exemplify two defining moments in the evolution of European and American abstract painting.
Subsequent exhibitions have included: A Surrealist Banquet, comprising over 50 works inspired by the sensual aspects of gastronomy as interpreted by the Surrealists and other 20th-century artists; and Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950-1965, the first major exhibition in the United States of the Italian artist Nuvolo, curated by Germano Celant and contextualized with works by European and American artists active in Italy after World War II. Di Donna’s Spring 2018 exhibition, Moon Dancers: Yup’ik Masks and the Surrealists, organized in collaboration with Donald Ellis Gallery, united a selection of rare Yup’ik masks from the central Alaskan coast with important paintings and sculptures by Surrealist artists who collected them. Fall 2018 exhibitions include A Passion for Collecting: Modern Works from the Juan Antonio Pérez Simón Collection and The Life of Forms, which investigates the formal and conceptual origins of modern biomorphic sculpture.
The 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 (ADAA).
Peter Freeman, Inc. was founded in 1990 to specialize in important paintings, sculptures, and drawings of the 20th century, with a particular focus on early Pop and Minimal works.
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.
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 compelling.
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.
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.Peter Alexander Carl Andre Giacomo Balla Matthew Barney Larry Bell Lynda Benglis Walead Beshty Joseph Beuys Mel Bochner Pier Paolo Calzolari Carlo Carrà Enrico Castellani Nick Cave John Chamberlain Francesco Clemente Joseph Cornell Jan Dibbets 35 East 67th Street, Floor 2
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Andrea Rosen Gallery continues to co-represent Felix Gonzalez-Torres and foster scholarship and knowledge around a number of other artists and estates. The gallery acts as a conduit for identifying and supporting experiential non-object-based practices and fostering models of alternative economies. As well as the gallery’s headquarters being open by appointment, the gallery presents roundtable discussions and public symposia.544 West 24th Street
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery specializes in 20/21 century American art. Established in 1989 by Michael Rosenfeld, the gallery was born to promote the breadth & depth of American artists who contributed to the establishment of surrealism, social realism, modernism, 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. Over the last twenty-eight years the gallery has organized over two hundred exhibitions accompanied by more than one hundred thirty exhibition catalogs with new scholarship by leading scholars. Landmark exhibitions have included African American Art: 20th Century Masterworks (a series for ten consecutive years 1994-2003), uncommon threads (2008), Romare Bearden: Collage, A Centennial Celebration (2011), Nancy Grossman: The Edge of Always, Constructions from the 1960s (2014), Alma Thomas: Moving Heaven & Earth (2015) and Alfonso Ossorio: A Centennial Celebration, Congregations (2016). Vital to the shaping of private and public collections across the United States and beyond, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery became a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) in 2000. Over the decades, the gallery has expanded its audience by participating in the following art fairs: The Armory Show-Modern, The Art Show (ADAA), Art Basel Miami Beach, Art20, Art Aspen, Art-Platform- Los Angeles, EXPO-Chicago, Frieze-NY, Frieze Masters, Seattle Art Fair, and Works on Paper. After twenty-three years on West 57 Street, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery relocated in 2012 to its current home in Chelsea on West 19th Street.
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.
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.
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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.