Results 1 — 30 of 58 · New York City Art Museums · 1.The Metropolitan Museum of Art · 2.The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) · 3.The Gladstone Gallery is strictly first-rate and focuses on such conceptualist and daring talents as Matthew Barney, Sarah Lucas and Anish Kapoor. With two offices in Chelsea, another on the Upper East Side and a branch in Brussels (Belgium), Gladstone is one of the major players in the art world. According to the gallery itself, “uniqueness, integrity and authenticity are the qualities that have defined its program over 30 years of operation. With a particular focus on exhibitions by self-taught and visionary artists, Cavin-Morris has also organized exhibitions by contemporary ceramists and has presented indigenous works of art from Africa, Asia, the South Pacific and the Americas.
The legendary German art dealer Michael Werner opened his gallery in New York in 1990 under the direction of Gordon Veneklasen. Michael Werner represents some of the most important artists of our time, such as Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, Aaron Curry, Peter Doig, Thomas Houseago, Jörg Immendorff, Per Kirkeby, Eugène Leroy, Markus Lüpertz, A, R. Penck, Sigmar Polke and Don Van Vliet. In addition to contemporary American and European painting, sculpture and drawing, the gallery specializes in works by modern masters such as Hans Arp, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Piero Manzoni, Francis Picabia and Kurt Schwitters.
Do you want to see new art in New York this weekend? Tom Fairs has two shows, one on the Upper East Side and the other in TriBeCa. And don't miss the group exhibition “Sculptors' Drawings” at Helena Anrather, on the Bowery, and the photographs and sculptures of Shala Miller at Lyles %26 King, in Chinatown. This space with a name in capital letters is the New York branch of a gallery in Brussels (Belgium) and, like the head office, the Brooklyn store focuses on contemporary art from an international list of young emerging artists with a current sensibility. The premise of “Ritual and Memory” by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University of paying due attention to ancient times in the border areas of Europe and Asia, using rare loans from 11 countries, is appealing, if not ultimately convincing.