Acquavella Galleries (New York, New York, USA) - 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.
Adam Baumgold Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Exhibits the work of contemporary and 20th century artists - modern masters as well as emerging artists. Specializes in and has a large collection of works available by Saul Steinberg. The gallery is actively engaged in buying and selling 20th century, post war and contemporary art including such artists as Grosz, Magritte, Picasso, Steinberg, Ruscha, Murray, Wojnarowicz, Basquiat, Warhol and Richter, among others.
Alan Cristea Gallery (London, England) - International contemporary artists, artists' estates and emerging artists, showing a continuous programme of exhibitions including contemporary paintings, works on paper, sculpture and installations. In addition, the gallery is known for its commitment to original prints and editions, commissioning and facilitating innovative projects by outstanding artists, and is the largest publisher of contemporary editions and prints in Europe. Projects include Gillian Ayres, Dexter Dalwood, Edmund de Waal, Jan Dibbets, Howard Hodgkin, Vicken Parsons and Lisa Ruyter.
Alcorn Studio & Gallery (Cambridge and New York, New York, USA) - A virtual gallery featuring the work of Stephen Alcorn and Sabina Alcorn.There's no question that Stephen Alcorn is one of our most technically sophisticated and inspired of artists. The sheer craftsmanship is breathtaking, revealing a kind of artistry that hasn't existed for half a century, nearly obsessed with clean lines, the interplay of light and dark, the myriad possibilities offered by a centimeter of space, a delight in structure, design and texture. But more than the technique is the imagination and visual acuity Alcorn brings to his subjects: playing with perspectives, jostling with angles, combining foreshortened, exterior scenes with larger, emotional interiors, setting our expectations on head so we look, and look again, and marvel." - John A. Glusman
American Society of Picture Professionals (ASPP) - A nationwide organization of professionals who produce, sell, edit, catalog and use photographic imagery - a forum for education, information, dialogue, interaction and professional growth. ASPP members are photographers, photo researchers, photo editors, stock agents, museum curators, librarians, historians, archivists, designers and writers.
Art on 56th (Beirut, Lebanon) - Presenting local artists to an international audience, the gallery's mission is to promote established and emerging artists from around the world in Lebanon and the Middle East through various thematic exhibitions.
Art-Collecting - Art gallery guides featuring fine art galleries located around the United States. The art galleries are listed alphabetically by state, city and gallery name. Each gallery has an Internet address so you can visit them online to learn more about what they offer. Major art cities are featured on their own page.
Baldwin Gallery (Aspen, Colorado, USA) - Representing over 30 artists, including Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Peter Halley, Alex Katz, Robert Mapplethorpe, Elizabeth Murray, Philip Smith, James Turrell, Bruce Weber, and others.
Beaverbrook Art Gallery (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada) - Public art gallery named after William Maxwell "Max" Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook, who funded the building of the gallery and assembled the original collection. Since its inception, the permanent collection has grown to include over 3,000 objects and several other categories of collecting activity. The British collection comprises one of the most comprehensive collections of its type in Canada, encompassing work from the Elizabethan era through to the twentieth century. The Canadian Collection comprises a broad range of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, and sculpture from across Canada from the eighteenth century to the present with special emphasis on the art of the Atlantic Region. The International Collection spans six hundred years of artistic practice in Western Europe.
Beck & Eggeling (Dusseldorf, Germany) - Showing works by French Impressionist artists such as Renoir, Monet or Manet and German Expressionism with extraordinary works by Nolde, Kirchner, Pechstein or August Macke.
Ben Elwes Fine Art (London, England) - Specialist dealer in the field of Old Master and British paintings. Clients include some of the world's major museums including Tate Britain, the Musee du Louvre, The Art Institute of Chicago, the Chrysler Museum of Art, the Seattle Art Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as such eminent academic institutions as Cornell University, the Yale Center for British Art and the University of Michigan.
Bernheimer (Munich, Germany) - Old masters, with specialization in all periods of Italian painting. Since 2003, the gallery has also included photography of the 19th and 20th centuries in its program. Creating a dialogue between Old Master paintings and photography, the gallery rooms in Munich's Brienner Strasse 7 host changing exhibitions.
Bernier/Eliades (Athens, Greece) - Contemporary art in Greece. Over the history of the gallery, Jean Bernier and Marina Eliades have introduced to the Greek public numerous artistic currents, such as Arte Povera, Minimalism, Land and Conceptual Art and the younger generation of American and European artists.
Bloomberg Space (London, England) - Complements Bloomberg's existing program of arts sponsorship and further extends the company's support of a wide range of arts and charity projects throughout Europe and the world. Not a conventional corporate art collection, but rather a dynamic space, where artists and audience can explore new ideas and relationships in an innovative way. Brings together the unexpected, the unknown and the very well known into a fluid combination, providing opportunity to give space, time and support to emerging and established international artists.
Catriona Jeffries Gallery (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) - Through its exhibition program, curatorial collaborations, off-site projects and writing projects published under CJ Press, the gallery contributes to an international discussion and currency of contemporary art. Artists: Christos Dikeakos, Geoffrey Farmer, Arni Haraldsson, Brian Jungen, Roy Kiyooka, Germaine Koh, Myfanwy MacLeod, Gareth Moore, Damian Moppett, Alex Morrison, Isabelle Pauwels, Jerry Pethick, Judy Radul, Kevin Schmidt, Ron Terada, Ian Wallace, Kelly Wood, Jin-me Yoon.
Cheim & Read (New York, New York, USA) - Artists: Donald Baechler, Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois, William Eggleston, Louise Fishman, Adam Fuss, Jenny Holzer, Bill Jensen, Chantal Joffe, Jannis Kounellis, Jonathan Lasker, Robert Mapplethorpe, McDermott & McGough, Ingo Meller, Joan Mitchell, Paul Morrison, Alice Neel, Jeff Perrone, Jack Pierson, Bernard Piffaretti, Monique Prieto, Alessandro Raho, Milton Resnick, Rene Ricard, John Sonsini, Pat Steir, Juan Usle, Claude Viallat, Otto Zitko.
Con Artists - An art collective, community, artist workspace and gallery. Located at 119 Ludlow St. between Rivington and Delancey in the Lower East Side, New York City.
Contessa Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio. Pre-twentieth century, Modern and Contemporary sculpture, paintings, and works on paper. Collector oriented.
Corcoran Gallery of Art - Extensive collection of 18th, 19th, and 20th century American art. Also encourages modern European and American artists by showing and purchasing their work, paying particular attention to artists in the Washington, D.C. area.
Cristina Guerra (Lisbon, Portugal) - Run by Ana Cristina Guerra, the gallery predominantly focuses the conceptual work of 20 contemporary artists, including: Christian Andersson, John Baldessari, Michael Biberstein, Angela Bulloch, Filipa Cesar, Luis Paulo Costa, Tatjana Doll, João Paulo Feliciano, Sabine Hornig, Jose Loureiro, João Louro, Daniel Malhão, Matt Mullican, João Onofre, Rosângela Rennó, Julião Sarmento, Noe Sendas, Rui Toscano, Lawrence Weiner, Erwin Wurm, Yonamine.
David Zwirner (New York, New York, USA) - A contemporary art gallery active in both the primary and secondary markets. The gallery has helped foster the careers of some of the most influential artists working today, including Luc Tuymans and Neo Rauch, who had their U.S. debut exhibitions at the gallery (in 1994 and 2000, respectively), and has maintained long-term representation of a wide-ranging, international group of artists, including Michaël Borremans, Raoul De Keyser, Stan Douglas, Marcel Dzama, On Kawara, Toba Khedoori, Jockum Nordstrom, Raymond Pettibon, Thomas Ruff, Katy Schimert, Yutaka Sone, Diana Thater, and Christopher Williams. The gallery also represents the Estates of Dan Flavin, Gordon Matta-Clark, John McCracken, Alice Neel, Jason Rhoades, Fred Sandback, and Al Taylor. In October 2010, David Zwirner announced its exclusive representation of Judd Foundation.
Deitch Projects (New York, New York, USA) - A contemporary art gallery in New York founded by Jeffrey Deitch. Artists: Tauba Auerbach, Kristin Baker, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jonathan Borofsky, E.V. Day, Dzine, Fischerspooner, Matt Greene, Evan Gruzis, Keith Haring, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Jim Isermann, Chris Johanson, Brad Kahlhamer, Kurt Kauper, Jon Kessler, Robert Lazzarini, Barry McGee, Ryan McGinness, Micah Ganske, Mariko Mori, Takeshi Murata, Elizabeth Neel, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, Os Gemeos, Kembra Pfahler, Steve Powers, Clare Rojas, Francine Spiegel, SWOON, The Citizens Band, Nari Ward, Kehinde Wiley.
Derek Johns (London, England) - Expertise in all major European schools of art from the 12th to the 18th centuries, particularly Spanish and Italian works. The gallery also offers European works of art and sculpture, and Old Master Drawings and 19th and 20th century paintings and drawings.
Didier Aaron (New York, New York, USA) - Predominantly French paintings and drawings from the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries and European furniture and decorative arts from the eighteenth through nineteenth centuries, along with a selection of other pieces.
Dulwich Picture Gallery (London, England, UK) - The world's first purpose-built public art gallery: it was founded in 1811 when Sir Francis Bourgeois bequeathed his collection of old masters 'for the inspection of the public.,
Edward Hopper House Art Center - Early Hopper work and memorabilia is on view in one gallery, while two other galleries feature the work of emerging and established artists. Lectures, workshops, concerts, and more take place throughout the year.
Eleanor Ettinger Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Dedicated to the exhibition of representational art, forever classic and enduring. The gallery hosts a series of one-person and group exhibitions throughout the year, publishes fully-illustrated exhibition catalogues, and participates in a number of prestigious art fairs both in the United States and abroad.
Forum Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Modern and contemporary figurative art. Forum Gallery represents 28 contemporary artists, including William Beckman, Robert Cottingham, Gregory Gillespie and Odd Nerdrum.
Franklin Parrasch Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Over the past two decades, the gallery has established a profile of exhibiting Los Angeles artists whose careers emerged in the 1960s and whose aesthetic alignment with Minimalism developed independently from that of their East Coast contemporaries. Throughout numerous group exhibitions, the gallery has explored artistic philosophies specific to West Coast subcultures, including hot-rodding and surfing, and how these sensibilities informed the works of Los Angeles artists of this time period.
Gagosian Gallery (California and New York, New York, USA; London, England) - Modern and contemporary art, paintings, sculpture, photography, mixed-media installations and works on paper by primarily post-war American and European artists including Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, David Smith, Cy Twombly, Edward Ruscha, Philip Taaffe, David Salle, Eric Fischl, Francesco Clemente, Vanessa Beecroft and Cecily Brown. There are currently eleven gallery spaces: three in New York; two in London; one in each of Beverly Hills, Rome, Athens, Paris, Geneva and Hong Kong.
Galería Caylus (Madrid, Spain) - Deals mainly in Spanish and Italian Old Masters, focusing on Spanish paintings from the Gothic to the Romantic period.
Galeria Raquel Arnaud (Sao Paulo, Brazil) - Focusing on the geometrical abstraction segment and concentrating on the investigation of contemporary art (constructivist art and kinetics, art installations, sculptures, paintings, drawings and objects), Raquel Arnaud's Gallery has consolidated its status in Brazil and overseas for its contribution to the valorization and consolidation of the Brazilian art. Artists such as Amilcar de Castro, Willys de Castro, Lygia Clark, Mira Schendel, Sergio Camargo, Waltercio Caldas, Iole de Freitas, Arthur Luiz Piza among others have had a fundamental contribution for the gallery to achieve this status.
Galerie Gmurzynska (Zurich, Switzerland) - Represents the estates of some of the world's great artists, in some cases for several generations. A leading gallery in the field of Russian avant garde and in the sphere of Modern Art and Classic Contemporary art.
Gallery One (Toronto, Canada) - Specializes in showing paintings, works on paper, photography and sculpture. Collection includes Intuit art, African Tribal art and works by European and North American masters.
Greene Naftali (New York, New York, USA) - Conceptually-based contemporary work, mounting ten month-long sculpture, video, and genre-blending installations each year. The spare space is especially well-suited to free-standing installations.
Grey Art Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - New York University's fine arts museum, located on historic Washington Square Park in New York's Greenwich Village. As a university art museum, the Grey Art Gallery functions to collect, preserve, study, document, interpret, and exhibit the evidence of human culture. While these goals are common to all museums, the Grey distinguishes itself by emphasizing art's historical, cultural, and social contexts, with experimentation and interpretation as integral parts of programmatic planning. See Exhibition Archives.
Hauser & Wirth (London, England; New York, New York, USA; Zurich, Switzerland) - Louise Bourgeois, Christoph Buchel, David Claerbout, Martin Creed, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Ellen Gallagher, Isa Genzken, Dan Graham, Rodney Graham, Subodh Gupta, Mary Heilmann, Andreas Hofer, Roni Horn, Richard Jackson, Hans Josephsohn, Rachel Khedoori, Bharti Kher, Guillermo Kuitca, Maria Lassnig, Paul McCarthy, John McCracken, Caro Niederer, Christopher Orr, Michael Raedecker, Andre Thomkins, Eva Hesse.
Hayward Gallery, The (London, England) - The Hayward is the heart of the visual arts at Southbank Centre. In addition to putting on major exhibitions and commissioning new artworks in the gallery, The Hayward also organises projects, installations and talks across the site.
Honor Fraser (Venice, California, USA) - Specializes in emerging and mid-career artists both local and foreign in various media. Artists: Yi Chen, Rosson Crow, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Andre Ethier, Tomoo Gokita, Alexandra Grant, Tillman Kaiser, Kaws, Mark Licari, Abu-Bakarr Mansaray, Erik Parker, Kenny Scharf, Phoebe Unwin. Works available by Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann.
IKON Ltd. Fine Art (Santa Monica, California, USA) - Works on paper from modern and contemporary masters. Prints and works from Warhol, Rauschenberg, Basquiat, Francis, Diebenkorn, Motherwell, Hockney, Fisch, Haring, Ruscha, Lichtenstein, Pettibon, Kelley, Rosenquist, Frankenthaler, Oldenberg, Lewitt, Schnabel, Hirst, Kusama, Araki, Goldin, Koons.
Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd. (New York, New York, USA) -Post-war and contemporary paintings, sculpture, photography, prints and multiples. Maintains an extensive selection of important 'Blue-Chip Art' by Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, George Condo, Jim Dine, Keith Haring, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Pettibone, Gerhard Richter, Tony Rosenthal, Thomas Ruff, Cindy Sherman, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann.
Kennedy Galleries (New York, New York, USA) - Established in 1874, Kennedy Galleries is one of the oldest and most respected dealers in American art. Distinguished inventory of works by eighteenth-, nineteenth-, and twentieth-century masters. Its vast holdings of paintings, watercolors, sculpture, drawings, and graphics reflect the broad range of movements in American art: works of the Colonial and Federal periods, the Hudson River School, Luminism, American Impressionism, Realism, and Modernism.
King's Place (London, England) - A hub for music, art, dialogue and food, housed in an award-winning building in Kings Cross, which also provides world class conferencing, events and office space.
Locks Gallery (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) - Renowned regional, national, and international contemporary and modern artists, including Edna Andrade, Diane Burko, Thomas Chimes, Susan Moore, Elizabeth Osborne, Frank Stella and many others.
Luhring Augustine (New York, New York, USA) - The gallery was founded in 1985 by co-owners Lawrence R. Luhring and Roland J. Augustine. Its principal focus is the representation of an international group of contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, video and photography. Artists: Janine Antoni, Cardiff and Miller, Larry Clark, George Condo, Gregory Crewdson, William Daniels, Johannes Kahrs, Ragnar Kjartansson, Luisa Lambri, Yasumasa Morimura, Daido Moriyama, Reinhard Mucha, David Musgrave, Albert Oehlen, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Pipilotti Rist, Josh Smith, Joel Sternfeld, Tunga, Rachel Whiteread, Steve Wolfe, Christopher Wool.
Marlborough Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Represents highly credentialed artists of established international merit including Magdalena Abakanowicz, John Alexander, Frank Auerbach, Fernando Botero, Claudio Bravo, Richard Estes, Red Grooms, Bill Jacklin, R.B. Kitaj, Marisol, Tom Otterness, and Larry Rivers.
Masik Studios (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) - An impressive 14,000 sq ft space and warehouse studio. Home to Masik's private collections and where she spends her time creating her most sought after works. Masik Studios hosts some of the city's most exclusive events where her live performances can be witnessed.
Metro Pictures (New York, New York, USA) - An art gallery located in the New York neighborhood of Chelsea. It is best known for representing artists that have come to be definitive of postmodernity in the visual arts. Its exhibition program began in 1980 with a group show that included the artists Cindy Sherman, Richard Prince, Robert Longo, Sherry Levine and Jack Goldstein among others. The gallery was also the first in New York to exhibit works by artists emerging from the California Institute of the Arts in the early 1980s, including Mike Kelley, Tony Oursler and John Miller. Soon after, the gallery's reach extended to Germany and represented the influential artists Martin Kippenberger and Werner Buttner.
Michael Kohn Gallery (Los Angeles, USA) - Comtemporary art. For over 25 years the Michael Kohn Gallery has mounted museum-quality exhibitions in Los Angeles of the work of Andy Warhol (during his lifetime), Richard Tuttle, Peter Halley, Keith Haring, Dan Flavin, Mark Tansey, Jay DeFeo, Lorna Simpson, Kenny Scharf, Christopher Wool, among many other notable and talented artists. The Michael Kohn Gallery also represents the Estates of Wallace Berman and Bruce Conner. In addition to the historical works of art, the Michael Kohn Gallery represents a roster of emerging and mid-career artists whose work is seen worldwide: Walton Ford, Cristof Yvore, Mark Innerst, Dennis Hollingsworth, Darren Waterston, Ryan McGinness, Christine Nguyen, Simmons & Burke, Camille Rose Garcia, and Mark Ryden.
Morehouse Gallery (Brookline, Massachusetts, USA) - Original photographs by Ansel Adams, Robert Adams, Harry Callahan, Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Milton Rogovin, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, Ezra Stoller, Arthur Tress, Mark Ruwedel, and others.
New Image Art (West Hollywood, California, USA) - Show the works of established and emerging artists coming out of the street, skate, fine art, and surf scenes. Over the years, the gallery has launched or mobilized the careers of Shepard Fairey, Ed Templeton, Jo Jackson, Chris Johanson, Rebecca Westcott, Retna, Neck Face, Cleon Peterson, Faile, Tauba Auerbach, The Date Farmers, Judith Supine, and Bast just to name a few.
Osage Gallery (Hong Kong, China) - International and Asian contemporary visual arts. Osage provides an valuable platform for working with artists based in East Asian and Southeast Asian countries such as Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand; as well as international artists of Asian descent based outside the region.
Pace Glalery (London, England) - Modern and contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, including the estates of Alexander Calder, Sol LeWitt, Willem de Kooning, Agnes Martin, and Mark Rothko; established artists such as Chuck Close, Jim Dine, David Hockney, Claes Oldenburg, Bridget Riley, Robert Ryman, and James Turrell; and younger contemporary artists like Tara Donovan, Paul Graham, Loris Greaud, Michal Rovner, and Keith Tyson.
Pace Gallery (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) - In addition to the numerous exhibitions of artist's new work, Pace has curated several dozen scholarly exhibitions over the years, including several which have traveled to museums in the United States and abroad. Je Suis le Cahier: The Sketchbooks of Picasso, Grids, Dubuffet-de Kooning: The Women, Rothko-Bonnard, Earthly Forms: Arp, Calder and Noguchi are just a few examples of these projects.
Pierogi 2000 (New York, New York, USA) - Artist-run gallery in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn area in New York. Pierogi has monthly solo shows featuring the work of emerging and mid-career artists in an eclectic range of media and style.
Pinacothèque de Paris (Paris, France) - Arranged on three levels, la Pinacothèque de Paris receives large-scale international temporary exhibitions and rethinks the classic realm of art history. These shows explore and compare diverse eras and areas which are rarely examined, from archaeology to contemporary art.
Project 4 (Washington, D.C., USA) - Focusing on one-person shows and thematic exhibitions by mid-career and emerging artists, the gallery also invites guest curators to host exhibitions emphasizing trends in contemporary art and design.
Richard Green (London, England) - For three generations Richard Green has dealt in traditional paintings of the highest quality from the 17th Century through to the 20th Century. Today he has three galleries in Mayfair: at 147 New Bond Street, W1, selling British and Impressionist paintings; a gallery at 33 New Bond Street, specialising in Old Masters; and one at 39 Dover Street, displaying nineteenth century Victorian and Continental pictures.
Richard L. Feigen & Co. (New York, New York, USA) - Classic Iimpressionist and early Modern Masters. Also, specializing in Old Master paintings, particularly from the Italian Mannerist, Baroque, French Neo-Classical, and British Romantic periods.
Richard Nagy (London, England) - Nagy has specialised in the work of Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt since 1984. The gallery also handles German Expressionism: Die Bruecke, and in particular Die Neue Sachlichkeit, as well as more recent British artists of a related sensibility like Spencer, Bacon and Freud. In addition, Symbolist artists such as Redon, Ensor and Kubin, are frequently available. The gallery also handles masters of modernist canons.
Salomon Lilian (Amsterdam, Netherlands) - Specializes in Dutch and Flemish seventeenth-century paintings. Recognized as one of the leading international dealers and experts in the field of Old Master Painting. The dealership also provides evaluations, consultations, as well as research and curatorial services to private collectors and institutions alike. These services include advice and expertise on building and maintaining a collection, cataloguing, photography, framing, hanging, restoration, shipping and lighting.
Sara Meltzer Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Artists: Jan Albers, Roger Andersson, Felipe Barbosa, Lee Boroson, Margarita Cabrera, Sarah Cain, Stephen Dean, Jeremy Dickinson, Moyna Flannigan, Francesca Gabbiani, Neil Goldberg, Joseph Grigely, Nina Katchadourian, Lovett/Codagnone, Enrique Martínez Celaya, Jason Middlebrook, Edgar Orlaineta, Shannon Plumb, Peter Rostovsky, Jude Tallichet, Julia von Eichel, Anna Von Mertens.
Serpentine Gallery (London, England) - One of London's best-loved galleries for modern and contemporary art. Showcases work by the finest contemporary artists working across a variety of media. Exhibitions have ranged from established practitioners such as Ellsworth Kelly, Louise Bourgeois, Bridget Riley and Cindy Sherman, to shows seminal in establishing artists' reputations such as Damien Hirst, Cornelia Parker and Langlands & Bell.
Society of London Art Dealers - Founded in 1932 to promote and protect the good name and interests of the art trade, and to enhance public confidence in responsible fine art dealing. Its members, around 100, have a proven reputation in their field and have signed an undertaking to observe high standards of fair and honest dealing. Search for a dealer.
Sperone Westwater (New York, New York, USA) - Renowned American artists Bruce Nauman and Susan Rothenberg have been with Sperone Westwater since 1975 and 1987, respectively. They are joined by established and internationally-recognized artists, including Guillermo Kuitca, Richard Long, Malcolm Morley, Evan Penny, William Wegman and Not Vital, as well as a younger generation of artists like Bertozzi & Casoni, Wim Delvoye, Kim Dingle, Charles LeDray, Tom Sachs, Jan Worst and Liu Ye.
Tibor de Nagy Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Among the earliest modern art galleries in New York,. Started in 1950. Involved in the discovery of many of the Second Generation Abstract Expressionist Movement's most important artists and also representational artists of the era including Grace Hartigan, Alfred Leslie, Helen Frankenthaler, Jane Freilicher, Paul Georges, Red Grooms, Ian Hornak, Kenneth Noland, Fairfield Porter and Larry Rivers. Focuses today on the Post-War second generation New York School. Alsoe see Wikipedia backgrounder.
Transmission Gallery (Glasgow, Scotland) - Set up in 1983 by graduates from Glasgow School of Art who were dissatisfied with the lack of exhibition spaces and opportunities for young artists in Glasgow. Through sponsorship and support from the Scottish Arts Council (now Creative Scotland) they managed and maintained a space in which to exhibit their work and the work of a rapidly growing collective of local artists. They began to invite artists who had influenced them to show in the gallery and become part of this dialogue. The range of contacts grew through projects with similar organisations such as City Racing in London and Artemisia in Chicago and this exchange of ideas has continued with Transmission providing a model for other collectives like Catalyst in Belfast and Generator in Dundee.
Ubu Gallery (New York, New York, USA) - Founded in 1994, Ubu gallery has presented more than 60 exhibitions of 20th century avant-garde art, with an emphasis on the inter-war period of the 1920s-1930s, particularly the Dada, Surrealist and Constructivist movements. Ubu exhibits paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, and ephemera (books, posters, graphic design, etc.) and, wherever possible, highlights the interrelationships among these art forms.
Vancouver Art Gallery (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) - Features the work of Vancouver's internationally renowned artists, including Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace, Stan Douglas, Rodney Graham, Roy Arden and Brian Jungen, serving as a portal for their remarkable achievements while furthering British Columbia's artistic legacy. The Gallery also houses the magnificent works of significant historical artists, including the most extensive collection of the work of Canada's Emily Carr. Its permanent holdings number nearly 10,000 artworks, making the Gallery among the most valuable collections in Canada.
Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, Connecticut, USA) - Houses a significant and encyclopedic collection of art in several buildings on the campus of Yale University. Although it embraces all cultures and periods, the Gallery possesses especially renowned collections of early Italian painting, African sculpture, and modern art.
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