The Ukrainian Institute of America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the arts, music and literature of Ukraine and the Ukrainian diaspora. The Institute hosts art exhibits, concerts, film screenings, poetry readings, literary evenings, children's programs, lectures, symposia and educational programs, all open to the public.
Mnuchin Gallery is located in the historic five-story townhouse at 45 East 78th Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and is dedicated to presenting museum-quality exhibitions of postwar and contemporary art. Owner and founder Robert Mnuchin, whose passion for the arts developed through his childhood and his longstanding career in the financial sector as the head of the trading desk at Goldman Sachs, began a successful second career as an art dealer in 1992, co-founding C&M Arts in 1992, and the bi-coastal operation, L&M Arts in 2005. In 2013, the gallery was renamed Mnuchin Gallery under the direction of Robert Mnuchin and his partner, Sukanya Rajaratnam.
Continuing a tradition begun over two decades ago, Mnuchin Gallery presents thoughtfully curated, carefully researched exhibitions, documented with scholarly publications. Its first year of programming comprised two major solo shows of Ellsworth Kelly and Donald Judd, each highlighting bodies of work that had never been the subject of a focused exhibition. Both were critical and commercial successes that resulted in important placements with various American museums. Advising institutional and prominent private clients has remained a core focus, with particular expertise in artists such as Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Clyfford Still, among others. The gallery has also selectively promoted reclusive primary artists such as David Hammons and El Anatsui on a collaborative basis with exciting results. Combining the historical with the contemporary has been something the gallery has done masterfully, most recently with "Casting Modernity: Bronze in the Twentieth Century," which saw works as diverse as Matisse and Koons, brought together in what has been arguably its most acclaimed exhibition to date.
Founded in 2013, Dominique Lévy represents Enrico Castellani, Frank Stella, Pierre Soulages, and Günther Uecker, as well as the Estate of Yves Klein, the Estate of Roman Opalka, and the Estate of Germaine Richier. The gallery strives to present a dynamic program of exhibitions of various generations of artists in addition to the aforementioned names, and is committed to publishing accompanying exhibition catalogues and artists' books featuring scholarship by leading contemporary thinkers and previously unpublished archival material.
Maintaining exhibition spaces in New York and London, and an office in Geneva, and participating in art fairs internationally, the gallery also specializes in private sales in the secondary market with a focus on the work of Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, Lucio Fontana, Alberto Giacometti, Pablo Picasso, Robert Ryman, and Cy Twombly, among other important twentieth-century and contemporary artists. The gallery also provides hands-on advisory and collection management services.
The gallery is dedicated to promoting and showcasing emerging contemporary artists from the city of St. Petersburg in Russia.
Originally established in 2005 in Saint Petersburg, as an exclusive setting to present works of local artists to a Russian audience, Erarta Galleries has since expanded its vision promoting the reawakening of Russian art and culture to an international audience. Our aim is to free Russian contemporary art from conventionality and stereotypes.
In today¹s exciting renaissance of contemporary Russian art, a new generation of artists is emerging, many of whom Erarta Galleries is pleased to exhibit. Different in form, symbolism and technique, this new avant-guarde is characterised by a reinvigorated sense of freedom.
Erarta Galleries are present in Saint Petersburg, London, New York and Zurich.
Housed in a historic landmark upper east side townhouse, the Tilton Gallery’s current exhibition program continues to support established gallery artists, while remaining committed to discovering and cultivating new talent from around the globe. Tilton is recognized for showing artists at the beginning of their careers, including Fred Tomaselli, Kiki Smith, Glenn Ligon, Wim Delvoye, Marlene Dumas, Douglas Gordon, Huang Yong Ping, Nicole Eisenman, and many others.
Michael Werner Gallery is an art gallery founded by Michael Werner in New York City during the year 1990. It is the U.S. extension of the German Galerie Michael Werner founded in 1963 in Berlin. A London branch opened in 2012.HistoryA high school dropout from a working-class family, Michael Werner started his career in the art world as assistant at Berlin-based Rudolf Springer Gallery in 1962. In 1963, he opened his first gallery, Werner & Katz, in Berlin, Germany with the first solo exhibition of Georg Baselitz. Galerie Michael Werner was later established in Cologne in 1969. Since then, Galerie Michael Werner has worked with represented many of the most important artists of the 20th century (see artists list).In the 1980s, Werner lived in New York and married fellow art dealer Mary Boone. Michael Werner Gallery opened its doors in New York in 1990 under the direction of Gordon VeneKlasen, who eventually became a partner in the gallery. The gallery currently occupies the historic East 77 Street townhouse where legendary dealer Leo Castelli once kept his gallery and was redesigned by Annabelle Selldorf. Michael Werner Gallery presents modern and contemporary European and American art. Recent major exhibitions include Sigmar Polke: Lens Paintings, Wilhelm Lehmbruck: Sculptures and Etchings, and Major Works of Marcel Broodthaers, "Peter Doig, New Paintings" as well as the first New York solo exhibitions of Hurvin Anderson, Aaron Curry, and Enrico David.
Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, was founded in 1992 by Gerald Peters, who has long been recognized as one of the world's premier dealers of American art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Operating out of a townhouse on the Upper East Side, the gallery's staff specializes in the art of the Hudson River Scool and the American Impressionists; in the Ash Can and the New York Schools of art; in American Modernists and nineteenth- and twentieth-century American sculpture. We represent the estates of Gaston Lachaise, Max Weber, Harold Weston, Marguerite Zorach, and William Zorach. We additionally represent a number of contemporary artists and mount exhibitions of comtemporary as well as historical work in our two-story exhibition space.
Olivier opened his first boutique in 1994 at 19 East 76th Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Olivier then Opened L’Olivier Downtown in 2004. It is located in Chelsea at 213 West 14th Street.
The latter is not only a boutique but also a gallery featuring floral photography exhibits by artists including Michael Vollbracht, Renato Freitas, Alexander Vethers, Christopher Beane and Paul Solberg.
It also serves as an event venue for product launches and receptions, many of which are held in the boutique’s enchanting private garden. At both the uptown and downtown boutiques the beauty of the natural word and the appeal of contemporary design are seamlessly juxtaposed with our urban environment.
The Leo Castelli Gallery opened in New York at 4 East 77th Street on February 10, 1957. In 1958 the gallery gave Jasper Johns his first exhibition. Within 10 years, the gallery became the international epicenter for Pop, Minimal, and Conceptual Art, showing among others Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Cy Twombly, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, and Keith Sonnier.
In 1971 the Castelli Gallery opened a second space at 420 West Broadway in SoHo. During this decade, several Conceptual artists joined the gallery, including Joseph Kosuth, Lawrence Weiner and Hanne Darboven. Leo Castelli, the gallery’s founder, had an unparalleled eye for quality, combined with his extraordinary skill for nurturing and promoting new art and artists. These essential qualities secured his position as possibly the most respected and influential advocate for contemporary art of his time.
In 1999 the Leo Castelli Gallery moved the Upper East Side, where it has since been located. For the last ten years, the gallery has been directed by Castelli’s wife, Barbara Bertozzi Castelli. Ms. Bertozzi Castelli is an art historian whose specialization is post-war Japanese avant garde art.
The gallery maintains a commitment to show the best of post-war art, with a focus on the art movements to which it has been home for so many years. The gallery’s program includes exhibitions of new works by historic gallery artists as well as rigorous critical exhibitions that shed new light on understanding of Pop, Minimal and Conceptual Art today.