Located in Midtown Manhattan, Holographic Studios is New York City's only street front Holography business. Visit our hologram gallery (its the world's oldest), Mon - Fri 2 pm to 6 pm, closed holidays (and snow days). Let us make a hologram for you!
An international forum for new ideas in contemporary art, Richard Taittinger Gallery presents an ambitious program dedicated to cultivating a critical dialogue between artists, viewers and institutions. Embracing its prime location in the Lower East Side, the gallery provides a foundation that supports the presentation of work by artists with significant global recognition.
KCM Gallery Distance: 0.4 miCompetitive Analysis 200 Lexington Ave at Louis J Solomon New York, NY 10016
Art is many things...paintings, photographs, sculpture, furniture, jewelry and even food and wine. KCM Gallery intends to showcase all of them with surprises every month on the Second Saturday " Art Crawl "
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We strive to give reason to emotion and understanding to our impulses.
This is not a place for the expected: we are a kunsthalle, a cabinet of curiosities, a collection of the rare, repulsive, delicious, old, new, high, low, good and bad that serves as a barometer of contemporary culture. We encourage the simultaneous occupation of the city, the marketplace and the mind by presenting work that mines the fringes of society and exposes our unique behaviors through the lens of the most fundamental human activity: sex.
This is more than a museum: We are an institution that believes in embracing society and existing beyond its walls. We promote organic growth and foster an entrepreneurial spirit that values original ideas. To do this, we seek the engagement and collaboration of fearless visionaries from all industries who challenge, stimulate and disrupt the status quo.
Together we develop innovative events, exhibits, products and experiences that bring the best of current scholarship on sex and sexuality to the widest possible audiences.
The National Museum of Mathematics or MoMath is a museum dedicated to mathematics in Manhattan, New York City. It opened on December 15, 2012. It is located at 11 East 26th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues, across from Madison Square Park in the NoMad neighborhood. It is the only museum dedicated to mathematics in North America, and features over thirty interactive exhibits. The mission of the museum is to "enhance public understanding and perception of mathematics."HistoryIn 2006 the Goudreau Museum on Long Island, at the time the only museum in the United States dedicated to mathematics, closed its doors. In response, a group led by the MoMath's current executive director, Cindy Lawrence, met to explore the opening of a new museum. They received a charter from the New York State Department of Education in 2009, and raised over 22 million dollars in under four years. With this funding a 19,000sqft space was leased in the Goddard Building at 11-13 East 26th Street, which is part of the Madison Square North Historic District. Despite some opposition to the architectural plans within the local community, permission for construction was granted by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission and the Department of Buildings.
Sadigh Gallery is a family-run gallery in business for over 30 years. We specialize in authentic ancient artifacts and coins from around the globe. Our extensive inventory includes rare and beautiful pieces from ancient Egypt, Greece, Persia, Asia, Rome, Mesopotamia, Pre-Columbia and so much more. We also have various fossils and Prehistoric pieces such as dinosaur eggs, amber, stone ferns, trilobites and even Meteorites fragments in our collection. All our pieces are acquired through ethical and more importantly legal means. Contact us Today for Free Catalogs.
Located in a townhouse in the Gramercy Park district of New York City, Edelman Arts specializes in the secondary market sales and placement of art works in a broad range of genres, from Impressionist, Modern, Post-War, Photography and Contemporary Art. Edelman Arts curates exhibitions, both independently and collaboratively since 2001.
Works are available and not limited to the following artists:
Estate of Fritz Bultman, Paul Cezanne, Joseph Cornell, Gunther Forg, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Alberto Giacometti, George Grosz, Keith Haring, Robert Indiana, Franz Kline, Jannis Kounellis, Williem de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, Edouard Manet, Brice Marden, Nabil Nahas, Jules Olitski, Pablo Picasso, Larry Rivers, Will Ryman, David Salle, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Robert Wilson, Christopher Winter, and more.
Through it's affiliates, Artemus and Art Assure LLC, Edelman Arts has unique access to investment quality artworks, prior to reaching the public market, as well as the ability to advise clients on purchases and sales of artwork. Through Artemus' innovative financing and leasing models, a fresh approach is available to private collectors and dealers.
Viewings are by appointment.
Gallery R’Pure opened in New York in May 2007.
Co-founded and managed by Odile Hainaut, the Gallery showcases the creative vision of the Raison Pure NYC
The Gallery also offers “carte blanche” to designers who share the same approach to design: creations that combine story-telling and poetry, creativity and vison, material ans savoir-faire.
The Gallery is a place for experimentation, discussions and encounters for collectors, interior designers, designers, as well as for cratf men or industrials.
The space, white and pure as a blank canvas, is located at 3 East 19th Street, in the Flatiron district between Union Square and Chelsea.
Poster Auctions International, Inc.
Poster Auctions International (PAI) is the premier auction house specializing in rare, vintage posters. Under the auspices of Jack Rennert, it has been in operation since 1985, presenting quarterly auctions of approximately 750 lots
Posters Please, Inc.
Posters Please is a private retailer of vintage posters. Having been in business for over 40 years, it is one of the most recognized names in the industry, with an ever-changing inventory of thousands of vintage and contemporary posters. It is a proud member of the IVPDA (International Vintage Poster Dealers Association), and is also the caretaker of the Vintage Poster Archive, a database of over 50,000 poster images. The Poster Art Library, a collection of poster-related new and rare books, is also available through Posters Please
Rennert's Gallery is the venue in which both PAI and Posters Please are housed. It is also home to the our library, a reference room open to the public and containing every major work on poster history ever published, including many original catalogs and periodicals.
The Museum of Tolerance New York is a dynamic, experiential facility centrally located in mid-town Manhattan. The space includes state of the art exhibits, 80 seat auditorium with state of the art audio-visual and video conferencing equiptment, 55 seat theater for video screening, classroom space for meetings as well as additional spaces available for receptions.
Salon Ciel is a gallery alternative that exhibits emerging photographers and visual artists with spunk. Our monthly events display adventurous + relevant works in relaxed environments.
At the salons, artists and guests spend an intimate evening together in a residential cocktail party atmosphere, viewing and discussing art while overlooking Manhattan. At our public events around New York City, we bring art to wider audiences while still maintaining the personal experience.
We welcome portfolio submissions from emerging artists. While our main focus is photography and visual art, we also encourage performing art portfolios and often flirt with collaborative multidisciplinary exhibitions.
David Reingold, Co-Founder / Executive Producer
Andrew Stromberg, Co-Founder / Executive Producer
Robert Gerhardt, Curator
Emma Mendelson, Curatorial Assistant / Writer
Kate Nemeth, Writer
Yajaira Arias, Administrator
Sandy Hechtman, Technology Specialist
Arianna Ocampo, Membership Coordinator
Michael Danchak, Financial Department
Sara Nii, Intern
After its founding in 1974 by Gerardus Widdershoven, Maison Gerard quickly established a reputation as New York’s premier source for fine French Art Deco furniture, lighting and objets d’art. In addition to presenting important works of Jules Bouy, Jean-Michel Frank, Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, Jules Leleu, and Jacques Adnet, the gallery helped assemble numerous private and public collections, notably, the collection of Walter Chrysler Jr. (now housed in the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA), and the Design Collection of the Utsonomia Museum in Japan.
In the late ‘90s, twentieth century decorative arts specialist Benoist F. Drut joined Maison Gerard as a partner. An innovator from the start, Benoist began broadening the gallery’s scope to include both Midcentury and contemporary design, cultivating a wide range of recognized and emerging artists alike—artists such as Hervé van der Straeten, Jean Girel, Marc Bankowsky, Matthew Solomon, and Miguel Cisterna—and collecting a body of work as well-grounded in the past as it was keenly attuned to the future.
Today, Maison Gerard exhibits a range of work from French Art Deco and antiques to contemporary lighting and ceramics with an emphasis on authenticity, historical context, and expertise. The gallery occupies two storefronts on 10th Street. At 43 E 10th St. you will find exhibitions of work on the cutting edge of contemporary design. The space has hosted a series of compelling exhibitions that focus on artists and designers including Eric Astoul, Franck Chartrain, Carol Egan, William T. Georgis, Kiko Lopez, Achille Salvagni, and Ayala Serfaty. At 53 E 10th St. you will find newly discovered artists and Art Deco titans nestled together comfortably—their work in a cohabitation so natural it’s difficult to imagine their distinct origins. Benoist carefully curates these spaces with works which are at once aesthetically and historically relevant, and, above all, incredibly welcoming.