Visiting New York Art Galleries


Bushwick | Chelsea | Dumbo | Lower East Site East Village | SoHo | Upper East Side | Williamsburg

With more than a thousand art galleries and thousands of art dealers, New York City is without a doubt the art capital of the world. Our New York art gallery guide is an ongoing effort to create a comprehensive online art guide to the New York City contemporary art scene. When planning your stay you might want to check out Kayak for places to stay and things to do.

We strive to make the directory complete and updated – For updates, please use the form at the end of the page


With a dense population of galleries, Chelsea boasts a thriving art scene for established and upcoming artists alike. Blue chip galleries like the Gagosian, Pace Gallery, Yvon Lambert, and Marlborough offer high-end and high-class art experiences from across the spectrum. They and many other well-known galleries make Chelsea a go-to stop for any art appreciator, tourist, artist, and collector visiting or living in NYC.

For Artists:

Though the “big name” galleries like the Gagosian, Pace, and Malborough may be difficult for newer artists to break into, the thriving gallery culture has attracted many art galleries specifically geared toward giving a stage to less established artists. Whether you are an artist looking to increase your exposure in the NYC art market, or just looking for a good place to wander around and appreciate a vast collection of artwork from every medium and style – you need look no further than Chelsea.

For Visitors:

With such an art-intensive culture, you can’t walk 500 ft in any direction without encountering something exciting to gape at, whether spraypainted on the side of an auto shop or hanging on the wall of a gallery.

The High Line: Running from West 30th Street to Gansevoort Street, this once-abandoned elevated rail line has become one of the most beautiful parks in all of Manhattan. The High Line boasts a thriving public art scene, plenty of places to eat, one-of-a-kind architecture, and an extraordinary view of the New York skyline and Hudson River. Many artists and architects have worked to make the High Line the unique experience it is today, and any visitor of the Chelsea neighborhood would be remiss not to check it out.

Hotel Chelsea: Famous for the many artistic greats who have stayed there, Hotel Chelsea is a landmark located on 23rd Street, a short walk away from Agora Gallery. The long, impressive roster of past guests include Bob Dylan, William S. Burroughs, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Willem de Kooning, Allen Ginsberg, and Jasper Johns. See where Andy Warhol filmed his 1966 film, Chelsea Girls. See where Arthur C. Clarke wrote 2001: A Space Odyssey. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, the Hotel Chelsea was recently bought for $80 million and is currently under renovation.

Some of the galleries you may want to check out when visiting the area include:

Of course, with over 400 galleries in the area, Chelsea certainly does offer plenty of choices.

Bushwick: An area with historically low rent, Bushwick has recently become something of a haven for new artists looking to broach the New York art scene. Bushwick is located just southeast of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

Chelsea: With approximately 500 galleries, Chelsea is one of the most thriving art districts in New York. The Manhattan neighborhood offers a wide variety of fine art, showcasing up-and-coming artists right alongside the well-known.

DUMBO: The first stop in Brooklyn off both the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, DUMBO boasts the highest ranking of ‘creative capital.’ Home of the Etsy Labs and the Brooklyn Arts Council, it is a valuable stop for any art appreciator.

LES / East Village: Located near Chelsea, the Lower East Side’s lower rent has proven a valuable consideration for newer galleries. The relative newness allows the area to encourage more edgy and exciting artistic efforts, and this is reflected both in the art in galleries and in the graffiti outside

SoHo: SoHo’s claim to artistic fame lies mostly in its past. In the 1970’s, the low rents in the abandoned industrial building attracted artists from all over. Though many artists have moved on, the rich history of the area makes it a must-see for any art historian.

Upper East Side: Home to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, the Gagosian, and many high-end art tourist destinations, the Upper East Side is a fantastic place to wander around and gain valuable inspiration.

Williamsburg: As one of the largest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Williamsburg offers a wide variety of art experiences. Attractive once for the low rent, and attractive now for its diverse youth and art culture, it is not only a great place to enjoy art, but also to meet like-minded up-and-coming artists.


Agora Gallery –
International contemporary art. The expert art consulting staff at Agora Gallery offers corporate and private clients the widest range of personalized budget planning, art research, presentations, acquisition, framing and installation services.

Alexander and Bonin –
Contemporary art gallery representing a selected group of international artists.

Alexander Gray Associates –
Contemporary art gallery and advising firm, opened in 2006, presents exhibitions focused on artists who emerged in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s

Allan Stone Gallery –
Allan Stone Projects is a private gallery with far-reaching collection of modern masterworks, contemporary art, tribal and folk art, Americana, and important decorative arts and industrial design.

Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe –
The gallery is the primary representative of over twenty international contemporary artists and artist estates, including the estates of Hans Hofmann and Robert Motherwell.

Anavian Gallery –
Art and archaeological items from the Near East, Asia and Rome.

Andrea Meislin Gallery –
Exhibits contemporary artwork of artists from around the world, with a particular commitment to contemporary photo-based art by artists living and working in Israel.

Andrea Rosen Gallery –
Andrea Rosen Gallery was inaugurated in January, 1990. We see the responsibility of the gallery as three fold; to work for the long term development of each artists career, acting as a liaison to international galleries and museums as well as placing works in collections; to create an historical archive for each artist; and to act as an accessible public space in which the exhibitions become an exemplary gesture of the power of subjectivity to the audience at large.

Animazing Gallery –
Offering rare vintage artwork as well as celluloids and limited editions. Includes online tours, shopping and events.

Annina Nosei Gallery –
Specializes in contemporary painting, photography and sculpture from the US, Europe, and Latin America.

Anthem Gallery –
Contemporary art gallery featuring the work of Steve Penley, Alex Harsley, David C. Terry, Helen Durant, Jonathan Fenske, and Cedric Smith.

Anton Kern Gallery –
Anton Kern Gallery was established in New York in 1996 and currently represents 26 international artists.

Arte Primitivo –
Absentee auctions, exhibitions, sales of: Pre-Columbian, Classical, Egyptian, and Asian antiquities, and ethnographic art.

Artists Space –
Mission is to encourage diversity and experimentation in the arts and to provide an exhibition space for new art and artists. Includes events, exhibitions and downloadable grant application.

Audart All Media Gallery –
Includes online art gallery featuring Roxie Munro and Jake Stone. Also archives past exhibitions including Ten Years After: The Warhol Factory and The Art and Technology Circus.

Babcock Galleries –
Has specialized in American art since its establishment in 1852.

Barbara Gladstone Gallery –
The contemporary works of Acconci, Balka, Balkenhol, Barney, Dibbets, Fabro, Faigenbaum, Hill, Prince, Starr, Trockel and Turrell. Publications provided.

Barbara Mathes Gallery –
Specializes in 20th Century Modern and Contemporary American and European paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Catalogs listed.

Betty Cuningham Gallery –
The Betty Cuningham Gallery is located in Chelsea, at 541 West 25th Street, ground floor, between 10th and 11th Ave.

Behr-Thyssen Ltd. –
Representing international contemporary painters and printmakers.

Bernard & S. Dean Levy, Inc. –
Featuring fine American antiques and paintings.

Berry Hill Galleries –
Eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth-century American art, old masters, French Impressionism, modern paintings, and contemporary art.

Bose Pacia Gallery –
Contemporary fine art of India. Online galleries.

C.G. Boerner, Inc. –
Specializing in Old Master, 19th and 20th century European prints and drawings.

Bortolami –
Contempory Art Gallery

Brooke Alexander, Inc. –
Brooke Alexander began publishing prints and multiples in the fall of 1968. Consistently working with both established and emerging artists, he has published over 1,500 editions with more than 75 painters and sculptors. Surveying his publications thus Offeringfers a particularly dynamic view of American printmaking of the last quarter century.

Caren Golden Fine Art –
Featuring the works several artists including Jean Blackburn, Tom Burckhardt, Seong Chun, J.C. Ebeling, Dominique Figarella, Ryan Humphrey and John Kalymnios. Includes current exhibition.

Casey Kaplan Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

CDS Gallery –
CDS Gallery is dedicated to the promotion of modern and contemporary art from Latin America, the United States, Europe, and Australia.

Cecilia De Torres, Ltd. –
Modern and Contemporary Latin American Constructivism. Featured artists include: Torres-Garcia, Alupy, Matto and Maza. Includes catalogs and past exhibitions.

Chambers Fine Art –
A contemporary Chinese art gallery representing artists such as Chi Peng, Hong Hao, Hong Lei, Lu Shengzhong, Qiu Shihua, Qiu Zhijie, Rong Rong, Shi Jinsong, Song Dong, Wang Jiangwei, Wang Tiande, Wu Jian’an, Yin Xiuzhen, Yung Ho Chang, Zhang Huan, and Zhan Wang.

Chapel of Sacred Mirrors –
Center for events encouraging the creative spirit, and public exhibition of the Sacred Mirrors by Alex Grey.

Cheim & Read –
Cheim & Read was founded in 1997 by John Cheim and Howard Read. The gallery actively represents an international group of leading contemporary artists and estates, embracing diverse artistic practices, from painting and sculpture to photography and video.

China 2000 Fine Art –
Artwork and calligraphy of the past centuries and contemporary work in many mediums; inventory includes scholar objects collected by calligraphers and artists and a selection of Ming and Qing dynasty furniture.

Chisholm Larsson Gallery –
Vintage posters. Online gallery.

Claire Oliver Fine Art –
Promote and exhibits of contemporary American conceptual art.

Conner•Rosenkranz LLC –
Established in 1980, Conner • Rosenkranz, LLC is a private gallery located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and is open by appointment.

CRG Gallery –
The gallery’s roster includes established artists from the United States, South America, Europe, the Middle East and China and remains committed to providing exposure to emerging artists from around the world.

Cuban Art Space –
Information about the changing collection of Cuban art offered.

D’Amelio Terras Gallery –
Contemporary art. Exhibiting international emerging and mid-career artists who work in all media. Includes directions, current and past showings.

Danese –
Danese opened in New York in 1997 with concurrent exhibitions – Dan Flavin’s iconic sculptures ‘Monuments’ to V. Tatlin, and rare drawings by Kazimir Malevich. Since then, the gallery has built a successful international reputation with a focus on the representation of contemporary artists and estates

David Findlay Jr. Gallery –
David Findlay Jr. Gallery traces its roots to Kansas City, Missouri, where William Wadsworth Findlay opened a gallery in 1870. With the arrival of the 21st century, David Findlay Jr. moved into larger quarters better to exhibit and represent its growing roster of major American artists.

David Nolan Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

David Schulson Autographs, Inc. –
Information on autograph collecting and catalogue of available works.

David Tunick, Inc. –
David Tunick, Inc. was founded in 1966. We specialize in fine prints and drawings from the 15th to the mid-20th century.

David Zwirner –
Contempory Art Gallery

Davis & Langdale Company, Inc. –
Housed in a 1870s brownstone, DAVIS & LANGDALE COMPANY deals in American art of the 19th and 20th centuries; British art of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries; vintage photography; and contemporary art.

DC Moore Gallery –
DC Moore Gallery represents a lively mix of more than twenty contemporary artists and also offers the finest in twentieth-century American painting, sculpture, and works on paper, including Modernism, Ashcan, African American, Regionalism, Social Realism, and mid-century Abstraction.

De Buck – De Buck is a contemporary and modern art gallery committed to presenting compelling ideas from a coterie of international artists in the primary and secondary market. Located in the heart of Chelsea.

Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. –
Specializing in fine American paintings, drawings and sculpture from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Derek Eller Gallery –
Exhibits work in all media by emerging and mid-career artists. Includes list of artists and photos.

Dickinson Roundell, Inc. –
Dickinson has become a world leader in the international art market with an unrivalled reputation for quality and discretion.

Didier Aaron Inc. –
Featuring predominantly French paintings and drawings from the 17th through 19th centuries, and European furniture and decorative arts from the 18th through 19th centuries.

Dieu Donne Papermill, Inc –
Non-profit studio for handmade paper art.

DJL Trading –
Lalique glass. Owner is an experienced consultant. – Specializing in Asian, Chinese, Japanese and Tibetan art and antiques. Includes publications.

Driscoll Babcock Galleries –
Driscoll Babcock Galleries, founded in 1852 by John Snedecor, is the oldest gallery in New York City, and the nation’s oldest gallery, which from its inception, has focused on American art.

Edward Thorp Gallery –
Specializing in paintings, drawings, and sculptures by American, South American and European artists. Catalogs listed.

Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art L.L.C. –
Art dealer working with an international clientele of private and corporate collectors and museums.

Edwynn Houk Gallery –
The Edwynn Houk Gallery was founded in 1980. Since its inception, the gallery has specialized in vintage photographs from 1917-1939 by the leading figures of the Modernist movement.

Eleanor Ettinger Gallery –
Exhibits representational art. Includes current and past showings, catalogs, artist listings and biographies.

Elisa Tucci Contemporary Art –
American and international contemporary artists. Original paintings, mixed media, video, sculpture. 5% of sales donated to art-related children’s charities.

Elizabeth Wang Gallery –
Specializing in Chinese 20th century and contemporary artists. Paintings, calligraphy, sculpture, drawings and prints. Featured artists include Chen Chi, Mu Xin, Wang Fangyu and C.C. Wang.

Eykyn Maclean –
Eykyn Maclean is a private gallery based in New York and London, specializing in museum quality Impressionist and 20th century European and American Art.

Fischbach Gallery – Contempory Art Gallery

Fitch-Febvrel Gallery –
Specializes in fine prints and drawings of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Feature works by Bresdin, Klinger, Redon, Legrand and Robbe.

Forum Gallery –
Founded by Bella Fishko in 1961, Forum Gallery today represents more than thirty contemporary artists and estates

Fredericks Freiser Gallery –
Contemporary Art. Featuring work of emerging and internationally established artists. Includes listing of artists and exhibitions.

Gagosian Gallery –
Modern and contemporary works by American and European artists including Clemente, Gorky, Kiefer, Ruscha and Salle. Locations on Madison, in Chelsea, London and Beverly Hills, CA. Includes showing information at each location.

Galeria Ramis Barquet –
Contemporary artists from Latin America and Northern Mexico.

Galerie St. Etienne –
The Galerie St. Etienne is the oldest gallery in the United States specializing in Expressionism and Self-Taught Art.

Galerie de Beyrie –
Specializing in decorative and furniture art designers from the France working in the 1940s.

Galerie Lelong –
Specializing in the works of internationally renowned artists and edition of original prints and etchings. Locations in Paris, New York, and Zurich.

Gallery Kashya Hildebrand –
Contemporary art gallery located in Chelsea. Artist listing, exhibition schedule and contact information.

Gallery Revel –
Focus on contemporary paintings and sculpture.

Gallery VietNam –
Contemporary Vietnamese art and Vietnamese antiques including ceramics, bronzes, carvings and furniture. Provides events and past, current and upcoming exhibits.

Gallery@49 –
Contemporary American and primarily East-European art. Represents a variety of media, styles and subjects, ranging from pure abstract to highly representational.

Godel & Company –
Offering 19th and early 20th century American art including Hudson River School, American Impressionism and Marine subjects.

Gavin Brown’s enterprise –
Contempory Art Gallery

George Adams Gallery –
The George Adams Gallery traces its origins to the Allan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago, founded in 1952. In 1959 Allan Frumkin opened a gallery in New York that became its principal location, and George Adams’ association began there in 1980.

Gladstone Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

Graham –
Contempory Art Gallery

Grant Gallery –
Exhibits contemporary art in SOHO. Includes calendar and artists’ profiles.

Greene Naftali Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

Haim Chanin Fine Arts –
Contemporary art gallery offering works by Cárdenas, Chancho, Colombet, Derdyk, Leroy, Morris, Noël, Oteiza, Ottersbach, Rodriguez, Sevilla, Waisman, Warck Meister and Zumeta.

Hammer Galleries –
Specializing in 19th and 20th century American and European paintings, as well as contemporary Realist artists. History and calendar provided.

Hans P. Kraus Jr., Inc. –
Hans P. Kraus Jr. Inc., established in New York in 1984, is a dealer in nineteenth and early twentieth-century photographs.

Hirschl & Adler Galleries –
Featuring nineteenth and twentieth century American and European art, American prints, and American decorative arts.

Hollis Taggart Galleries –
Offering 19th and early 20th century American paintings. Specializing in works from the Hudson River School, American Impressionists, Tonalists and Ash Can School. Artists include Glackens, Henri, Potthast and Roesen.

Howard Greenberg Gallery –
Since its inception over thirty years ago, Howard Greenberg Gallery has built a vast and ever-changing collection of some of the most important photographs in the media.

J Cacciola Gallery –
Chelsea gallery representing established and emerging contemporary realist painters and sculptors.

Isselbacher Gallery –
Founded in 1965 by the late Alfred Isselbacher, and now under the directorship of Audrey Isselbacher, former Associate Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the gallery specializes in late 19th and 20th Century original prints by European and American modern masters.

J.N. Bartfield Gallery –
Founded in 1937, J. N. Bartfield Galleries celebrates our 76th year in business. Bartfield Galleries is the oldest gallery in the nation that specializes in artworks by the masters of the American West.

Jack Kilgore & Co –
Contempory Art Gallery

Jack Shainman Gallery –
The focus of the gallery is to exhibit, represent and champion artists from around the world, in particular artists from Africa, East Asia, and North America, by mounting major exhibitions of their work in the gallery, presenting artworks at important fairs, securing museum exhibitions and publishing major catalogues and scholarly essays.

James Cohan Gallery –
Features contemporary art, painting, sculpture, video, installations, photography and editions by established and emerging American and international artists including: Estate of Robert Smithson, Bill Viola, Richard Long, Roxy Paine, Richard Patterson, Sol LeWitt and Nam June Paik.

James Goodman Gallery, Inc –
The focus of the gallery since its inception has been to exhibit, represent and champion artists from around the world, in particular artists from Africa, East Asia, and North America, by mounting major exhibitions of their work in the gallery, presenting artworks at important fairs, securing museum exhibitions and publishing major catalogues and scholarly essays.

James Reinish & Associates, Inc. –
James Reinish & Associates, Inc. are private dealers who maintain a by-appointment gallery in a townhouse in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Jane Kahan Gallery –
Specializing in European and American Modern Art: paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics and tapestries. Particular expertise in Picasso, Chagall and Miro.

Janet Borden, Inc. –
Contempory Art Gallery

Janos Gat Gallery –
Eastern and Western European art along with contemporary American artists.

Jason McCoy, Inc. –
Jason McCoy Gallery was established in 1982. The gallery represents an international group of contemporary artists in painting, drawing, photography, video, sculpture, and installation.

Jeff Bailey Gallery –
Exhibiting the work of emerging and mid career contemporary artists working in a variety of media.

Jen Bekman Gallery –
Features the work of emerging artists, emphasizing photography but also exhibits paintings, drawings, street art and mixed media. Artists represented include Jeffrey Ladd, Anne Hall, Benjamin Donaldson, Tema Stauffer and Katie Murray.

Jill Newhouse Drawings –
Specializes in master drawings and watercolors, especially European 19th century works.

Joy Schonberg Galleries –
Fine arts galleries offering antique Judaica and Jewish antiquities. Services include appraisals and consulting.

Julie Lavin Fine Art –
Private art dealer specializing in Modern works of art.

Julie Saul Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

June Bateman Gallery –
The Soho-based gallery exhibits a wide variety of modern art photography from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Includes hours and directions, current and past exhibits, and previews of work by represented photographers.

June Kelly Gallery –
Showing the works of young and emerging artists, as well as mid-career and established artists. The gallery’s major focus is contemporary painting, sculpture and photography, both abstract and figurative.

Kaikodo –
Specializing in Asian art and antiquities. The gallery features painting, calligraphy, ceramics, bronzes and sculpture of China and Japan.

Kennedy Galleries –
Specializing in American art of the 18th, 19th, and 20th Centuries. Featured artists include Burchfield, Kuhn, Church and Bierstadt.

Kent Fine Art LLC –
Exhibiting and selling modern and contemporary paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photography. Among the artists represented are Kumi Yamashita, Kazumi Tanaka, Bobby Neel Adams, Dennis Adams and John Brill.

Kraushaar Galleries –
Contempory Art Gallery

Laurence Miller Gallery –
One of the oldest continually operating galleries in New York City specializing in the art of photography.

Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts –
Featuring 16th and 17th century Dutch and Flemish paintings as well as 16th through 20th century British portraits.

Lehmann Maupin Gallery –

Representing contemporary artists including Tracey Emin, Kutlug Ataman, Do-Ho Suh, Ross Bleckner, Juergen Teller, Anya Gallaccio, Tony Oursler, Julian LaVerdiere, Shirazeh Houshiary.

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. –
Exhibiting contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, and video.

Leo Castelli Gallery –
Gallery is the international epicenter for Pop, Minimal, and Conceptual Art

Leonard Hutton Galleries –
Specializing in paintings, works on paper and sculpture by 20th century European masters, focusing on Modernist movements of the first half of the 20th Century, notably German Expressionism and the Russian Avant-Garde.

Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects –
Contempory Art Gallery

Location One –
Experimental not-for-profit art gallery and residency program focused on new media and internet-based art and performance.

Louis K. Meisel Gallery –
Photorealism and Vintage original pin-up art, and new realism. Featured artists include: Robert Bechtle, Linda Bacon, Charles Bell, Chuck Close, Davis Cone, Robert Cottingham, Richard Estes, Audrey Flack, Ralph Goings, and Mel Ramos.

Lower East Side Printshop –
Non-profit workshop that promotes and advances printmaking by providing professional facilities, classes, programs and public exhibitions.

Luhring Augustine Gallery –
Late 19th century to contemporary American and European paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, and video works.

Luise Ross Gallery –
Presenting the recent paintings of John Dilg, Willie Birch, Walter Anderson, John R. Thompson, Bill Traylor, and Minnie Evans.

Marc Rosen Fine Art –
Marc Rosen Fine Art, Ltd. (Marc Rosen and Susan Pinsky) is a small, private fine art dealership founded in 1995 to advise clients in collection formation and in purchase or sale of individual works of Impressionist and Modern art.

Marian Goodman Gallery –
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.

Marianne Boesky Gallery –
Marianne Boesky Gallery was established in 1996 in SoHo, New York City. Since its inception, the Gallery has been committed to supporting the work of emerging and mid-career international artists of all media.

Mark Murray Fine Art –
Specializing in European and American paintings from the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Marlborough –
Specializing in important contemporary masters. Featured artists include Abakanowicz, Botero, Bravo, Estes, Grooms, Jacklin, Katz, Kitaj, Marisol and Rivers

Mary Boone Gallery –
Representing prominent contemporary artists, at two locations: 745 Fifth Avenue, and in Chelsea, 541 West 24 Street. Featured artists include Will Cotton, Greg Bogin, Karin Davie, Leonardo Drew, Damian Loeb, Peter Wegner and Kevin Zucker.

Mary Ryan Gallery –
Specializing in early 20th Century American and British paintings, prints and works on paper, as well as focusing on a diverse range of contemporary artists working in all media.

Mary-Anne Martin/Fine Art –
Specializing in 20th century Mexican and Latin American paintings and sculpture. Artists include Bravo, Rivera and Tamayo.

Matthew Marks Gallery –
Exhibition schedule, artists’ portfolios, and gallery news.

Max Protetch Gallery –
Contemporary American, European and Chinese painting, sculpture, video and ceramics.

Maxwell Davidson Gallery –
Offering 20th century modern and contemporary paintings, drawings and sculpture, primarily from Europe and America.

McKee Gallery –
Established in 1974, the McKee Gallery specializes in contemporary art.

Menconi & Schoelkopf Fine Art –
Offers a full range of American art, from the early nineteenth century through the mid twentieth.

Meredith Ward Fine Art –
Meredith Ward Fine Art specializes in American art from the 19th century to the present.

Metro Pictures –
METRO PICTURES is a New York City art gallery founded in 1980 by Janelle Reiring, previously of Castelli Gallery, and Helene Waismaner, previously of Artist’s Space.

Messineo Wyman Projects –
Representing American and European contemporary artists who work in a variety of different media including painting, photography, drawing, prints, ceramics, video and installations.

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery –
Specializing in 20th century American Art. Featured artists include Federico Castellon, Jay DeFeo, Burgoyne Diller, Nancy Grossman, Martha Madigan, Boris Margo, clifford Odets, Alfonso Ossorio, and Betye Saar.

Michael Werner –
In addition to contemporary American and European painting, sculpture and drawing, the gallery specializes in works by modern masters.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash –
Dealing in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary works of art by American and European artists, and handles the estates of Willem de Kooning, Jack Tworkov and Tony Smith.

MME Fine Art –
Specializing in buying and selling 19th and early 20th century American and European paintings – particularly Impressionist, Still-life, Genre, Luminist, Tonalist, Hudson River and Boston Schools.

Mnuchin Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery –
Representing the world’s top contemporary sculpture and painting artists.

Moeller Fine Art New York – Berlin –
The gallery specializes in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century masterworks, and regularly organizes museum-quality exhibitions in its New York and Berlin premises, including “From Daumier to Matisse: French Master Drawings from the John C. Whitehead Collection”, “Howard Wise: Exploring the New”, and “Between Friends: Giacomo Balla + Piero Dorazio. Lyonel Feininger + Mark Tobey.”

Monya Rowe –
Contemporary art gallery located in the Chelsea art district of Manhattan showcasing emerging to mid-career artists in all mediums, including drawing, video, and painting.

Nancy Hoffman Gallery –
Specializes in contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, prints and photography. Featured artists include: Depman, Deese, Frey, Gregory, Khalil and Norrie.

Nancy Wiener Gallery –
Antiquities from India, the Himalayas and Southeast Asia; has recently extended its scope to include 19th and 20th century photography with the same focus. Online gallery.

Newhouse Galleries, Inc. –
Specializing in Old master paintings from the 17th and 18th centuries.

Nicholas Roerich Museum –
A major center for the exhibition of paintings by Nicholas Roerich, and makes available many reproductions of his art and numerous books about his life and work.

Nicole Klagsbrun Galleries –
Contempory Art Gallery

Nohra Haime Gallery –
The principal focus of gallery is representation of international group of contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, video and photography

O.K. Harris –
Offering contemporary art. Featured artists include: Robert Anderson, John Baeder, Robert Bechtle, Douglas Bond, Y.J. Cho, Darryl Delvecchio and Ralph Goings.

Old Print Shop –
Specializing in American prints from 1700 to 1950, Antiquarian Map, and art books

Orientations Gallery –
Antique Japanese art pieces: carvings in wood and ivory, multi-metalwork, bronzes, cloisonné enamels, Satsuma, netsuke, inro, lacquer and silver.

PPOW – Pilkington-Olsoff Fine Arts, Inc. –
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.

Pablo’s Birthday –
Exhibiting young contemporary artists at the start of their career; mediums include photography, painting, video art and sculptures.

Pace Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

Pace/MacGill Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

Pace Prints –
Specializing in original contemporary, modern master, and old master prints.

Paul Rodgers-9W –
Contemporary art gallery featuring painting, sculpture, and photography. Artists represented include: Lucinda Devlin, Margaret Evangeline, Solange Fabiao, James Hegge, Win Knowlton, and John Powers.

Paul Kasmin Gallery –
Paul Kasmin Gallery is committed to supporting an ongoing intellectual and visual dialogue with influential Modern and Contemporary artists, representing several generations of internationally recognized contemporary artists working in a variety of media.

Paul Stamati – Gallery
Specializes in glassware by Galle, Daum and Lalique and Louis Icart.

Paula Cooper Gallery –
Paula Cooper Gallery, the first art gallery in SoHo, opened in 1968

Pavel Zoubok Gallery –
Since 1997, Pavel Zoubok Gallery has specialized in Collage, Assemblage and Mixed-media Installation.

Peter Blum Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

Peter Findlay Gallery –
19th and 20th century European art, and contemporary artists.

Peter Freeman, Inc – Contempory Art Gallery

Peter Rose Gallery –
New York City private dealer offering contemporary art. Includes photos, recent exhibits, 19th century, prints, posters, and books.

Petzel –
Contempory Art Gallery

Pop Artists –
Featuring paintings, prints and objects by artists including Haring, Lichtenstein, Oldenberg, and Warhol.

Portraits, Inc. –
Offering classical portraiture since 1942.

Primavera Gallery –
Specializes in 20th century applied and decorative arts, primarily French and Italian, as well as antique and period jewelry.

Rehs Galleries, Inc. –
Featuring artists who exhibited at the Paris Salon and London’s Royal Academy from 1850-1920; including: Antoine Blanchard, Rosa Bonheur, Boudin, Bouguereau, Jules Breton, Cazin, Julien Dupre, Edouard Cortes, Aston Knight, Ridgway Knight, and Munier. Gallery offers a monthly newsletter.

Richard Gray Gallery – New York –
Founded in Chicago in 1963 and now located both in Chicago and New York, Richard Gray Gallery is one of the leading dealers in modern and contemporary American and European art, with museum as well as private clients worldwide.

Richard L. Feigen & Co. –
Over the past 50 years, Richard L Feigen & Co. has sold works of art covering six centuries to over 110 museums worldwide

Robert Miller Gallery –
Offering contemporary art. Features artists include: Diane Arbus, William Bailey, Harry Bertoia, Carlos Betancourt, Tony Bevan, Monica Castillo, Renee Cox Johan Creten, Nancy Davidson, Rackstraw Downes, Todd Eberle, Al Held, Alex Katz, Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell and Philip Pearlstein.

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc –
International contemporary and avant-garde art. Images, biographies, exhibitions, news and publications.

Rosenberg & Stiebel Gallery –
Offering important works of European art including: Old Master paintings, drawings and furniture.

Salon 94 –
Contempory Art Gallery

Schiller & Bodo –
Exhibiting 19th century European paintings and specializing in works by French Barbizon artists including: Corot, Daubigny, Bouguereau, Diaz, Rousseau, and Valtat.

Scholten Japanese Art –
Offers a variety of Japanese works of art, including: lacquer, inro, netsuke, screens, hanging scrolls, woodblock prints, and other fine works of art.

Sean Kelly Gallery –
The Gallery has garnered extensive attention for its work with many of the most significant cultural institutions in the world. The Gallery has coordinated hundreds of exhibitions on behalf of its artists at a plethora of museums

Sears-Peyton Gallery –
Contemporary American artists. Featuring works by Isabel Bigelow, Eugene Brodsky, Larry Brown, Shawn Dulaney, Sara Eichner, Sarah Hinckley, Bo Joseph, Betty Merken, Judy Pfaff, Robert Schmid, MaryBeth Thielhelm, and Cecil Touchon.

Sebastian Izzard LLC Asian Art –
Contempory Art Gallery

Senior and Shopmaker Gallery –
Modern and contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, and prints by American artists.

Skarstedt Gallery, Ltd. –
Skarstedt Gallery was founded in 1994 by Per Skarstedt to mount historical exhibitions by Contemporary European and American artists that had become the core of his specialty in Sweden and New York in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.

Sonnabend Gallery –
Sonnabend Gallery opened in Paris in 1962 and was instrumental in making American art of the 1960s known in Europe, with an emphasis on American Pop Art.

Spanierman Gallery –
19th and early 20 century American painting and sculpture. Featured artists include: Cassatt, Chase, Church, Hassam and Remington. Currently co-authoring the forthcoming catalogue raisonnés on John Henry Twachtman, Theodore Robinson, and Willard Metcalf.

Sperone Westwater –
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.)

Stark Gallery –
Post minimal abstract painting and sculpture, featuring artists such as Highstein, Roeth, Sims, Turrell

Stricoff Fine Art, –
Representing the works of Gary Mirabelle, David Gerstein, Voytek, Volker Kuhn, Roger Beckles, Peter Malkin, Greg Lauren, Setowski, and Pascal Chove.

Susan Sheehan Gallery –
The Susan Sheehan Gallery has been in business for over two decades, specializing in Post-War American prints and works on paper. The gallery is an active member of the Art Dealers Association of America. The gallery was also a founding member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association.

Talli’s Fine Art Gallery –
Photographs: color and black and white. Still life, landscape, architecture and portraiture.

Talwar Gallery –
Contemporary art gallery. Artists represented include A.Balasubramaniam, Zarina Bhimji, Allan deSouza, Subba Ghosh, Sheila Makhijani, Navjot Altaf, Anjum Singh, Alia Syed.

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery –
Contempory Art Gallery

Team Gallery –
Deals in work by emerging artists and the fringe of contemporary culture.

Terrain Gallery / Aesthetic Realism Foundation –
Gallery based on the philosophic principles of Aesthetic Realism, the philosophy founded by Eli Siegel. Exhibitions: paintings, prints, photographs. Art talk every month, free to the public.

The Elkon Gallery, Inc. –
The Elkon Gallery, Inc., established in 1961, is a founding member of The Art Dealers Association of America. The gallery specializes in works by Modern and Contemporary European, American and Latin American Masters: Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture.

Thomas Colville Fine Art – New York –
Contempory Art Gallery

Tibor de Nagy Gallery –
Contemporary painting, sculpture and photography while presenting works from the gallery’s rich history.

Tilton Gallery –
Since 1983, the Tilton Gallery has been well known for discovering and promoting cutting edge, emerging artists from around the world.

Van de Weghe Fine Art –
Established in 1999, Van de Weghe Fine Art is a secondary market gallery specializing in work by Modern, post-war and contemporary European and American artists.

Van Doren Waxter –
Van Doren Waxter represents the evolution in the partnership between John Van Doren and Dorsey Waxter who have worked together for 15 years at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery.

Washburn Gallery –
For over thirty-five years, the Washburn Gallery has organized carefully selected exhibitions of works by major 19th and 20th century American artists

William Secord Gallery –
19th and 20th century paintings, works on paper and collectibles, as well as books, all with the dog as their subject matter.

Wonderful World of Animation Art Gallery –
Art production cels and drawings. Online galleries and articles on collecting animation art.

Woodward Gallery –
Specializing in preparing personalized art portfolios and corporate collections featuring artwork by established Gallery artists and contemporary masters from Picasso through Warhol

Wooster Projects Gallery –
Specializing in contemporary and emerging artists with an emphasis on the pop art movement.

Yancey Richardson Gallery –
20th century and contemporary photographs including: Berenice Abbott, Lynn Geesaman, Kenneth Josephson, Nadav Kander, Yousuf Karsh, Andre Kertesz, Masatomo Kuriya, Lisette Model, Andrew Moore, Eliot Porter, Marion Post Wolcott, Sebastiao Salgado, and Julius Shulman.

Yossi Milo Gallery –
Established in 2000, Yossi Milo Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focused on the representation of artists specializing in photo-based art, video and works on paper.

Zabriskie Gallery –
Specializing in Dada and Surrealism, American Modernism, photography, and contemporary art.

Zach Feuer –
Specializing in contemporary works of art.