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New York's Top 10 : Art Galleries

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  1. Gagosian

    Expect big names and equivalent price tags at this blue-ribbon gallery with three locations, one uptown and two Chelsea addresses with the lofty spaces necessary for exhibiting large-scale art. Damien Hirst, Anselm Kiefer, Richard Serra, and Cy Twombly are among the contemporary artists represented.

    • 980 Madison Ave (& Chelsea: 555 West 24th St & 522 West 21st St)

    • Open 10am–6pm Tue–Sat

    • www.gagosian.com

  2. Marlborough

    This top-of-the-art-world gallery, representing the estates of artists including Larry River, Red Grooms, and R.B. Kitaj, has opted for two locations. The Midtown gallery has shown work by sculptors such as Anthony Caro and Jacques Lipschitz. New sculpture and paintings are found at the Chelsea location.

  3. Mary Boone

    One of the art world’s big names has deserted SoHo for a sleek Chelsea gallery where work on show still has a downtown edge and talented newcomers share space with established artists. Occasional intriguing group shows, assembled by independent curators, include sculpture, photography, and painting.

    • 541 West 24th St between 10th & 11th sts (& uptown: 745 Fifth Ave)

    • Open 10am–6pm Tue–Sat (by appointment only on Sat in summer)

    • www.maryboonegallery.com

  4. Pace Wildenstein

    Expect the likes of Picasso, Rothko, Chuck Close, or Agnes Martin at this ultra-prestigious gallery showing modern masters of the 20th century and living artists. At 57th Street the galleries are for photographs, prints, and fine art. The gallery in Chelsea shows large-scale pieces.

    • 32 East 57th St, Floor 4 (& Chelsea: 534 West 25th St & 545 West 22nd St)

    • Open 9:30am–6pm Tue–Fri, 10am–6pm Sat

    • www.pacewildenstein.com

  5. Sperone Westwater

    This is an excellent place to see some of the most creative work being produced today. The gallery was set up in 1975 to showcase European artists who had little recognition in the US. Exhibitions have included works by many notable international artists, including Bruce Nauman, Donald Judd and William Wegman.

  6. The Drawing Center

    Formed in 1977 to promote the art of drawing, this non-profit center has displayed the drawings of more than 2,500 emerging artists, including the early work of Kara Walker and Sikander Shahzia, as well as the work of the Old Masters. The Center also hosts monthly readings to present new writing.

    • 35 Wooster St

    • Open 10am–6pm Tue–Fri, 11am–6pm Sat, closed Nov 25–26, Dec 24–Jan 1

    • www.drawingcenter.org

  7. Deitch

    Deitch, with exhibits of paintings, photography and sculpture, is one of the best sites for authentic contemporary works. It also features site-specific performance art, and gained notice when artist, Oleg Kulik, “transformed” himself into a dog and lived in the space for two weeks. It also has ties to established artists like Julian Schnabel and the estates of Keith Haring and Jean-Michael Basquiat.

  8. Matthew Marks

    This was the first commercial gallery to open in Chelsea, in a converted garage, in 1994. Marks specializes in displaying the work of big-name artists such as Ellsworth Kelly, Jasper Johns, Nan Goldin, and Brice Marden. There are three other Chelsea locations now, which show new works by painters, photographers, and sculptors .

  9. Paula Cooper

    This vast, creatively designed space filtering natural light through a cathedral ceiling is a superb setting for conceptual and minimalist art by Donald Judd, Sol Lewitt, Sophie Calle, and others. Paula Cooper, the first gallery to open in SoHo in 1968, deserted in 1996 to move to Chelsea.

  10. Paul Kasmin

    Kasmin is the son of a bohemian London dealer and continues the family tradition of taking chances on new artists. He usually features these artists in group shows. More established names, including those of sculptors and photographers, regularly appear in solo exhibitions .

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