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An ART DEALER is a person or company that buys and sells works of art. Art dealers' professional associations serve to set high standards for accreditation or membership and to support art exhibitions and shows.

An art dealer typically seeks out various artists to represent, and builds relationships with collectors and museums whose interests are likely to match the work of the represented artists. Some dealers are able to anticipate market trends, while some prominent dealers may be able to influence the taste of the market. Many dealers specialize in a particular style, period, or region. They often travel internationally, frequenting exhibitions, auctions, and artists' studios looking for good buys, little-known treasures, and exciting new works. When dealers buy works of art, they resell them either in their galleries or directly to collectors. Those who deal in contemporary art usually exhibit artists' works in their galleries, and take a percentage of the price the works sell for.

An art museum or ART GALLERY is a building or space for the exhibition of art, usually visual art. Museums can be public or private, but what distinguishes a museum is the ownership of a collection. Paintings are the most commonly displayed art objects; however, sculptures, decorative arts, furniture, textiles, costumes, drawings, pastels, watercolors, collages, prints, artist's books, photographs, and installation art are also regularly shown. Although primarily concerned with providing a space to show works of visual art, art galleries are sometimes used to host other artistic activities, such as performance arts, music concerts, or poetry readings.

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  • 10th Street galleries - was a collective term for the co-operative galleries that operated mainly in the East Village on the east side of Manhattan, in New York City in the 1950s and 1960s. The galleries were artist run and generally operated on very low budgets, often without any staff. Some artists became members of more than one gallery. The 10th Street galleries were an avant-garde alternative to the Madison Avenue and 57th Street galleries that were both conservative and highly selective.
  • 100 Of The World’s Top Art Galleries (Listed By Country) - "A Complete Guide To The World’s Best Art Galleries."
  • 291 (art gallery) - commonly known name for an internationally noted art gallery that was located in Midtown Manhattan at 291 Fifth Avenue in New York City from 1905 to 1917. Originally known as the "Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession", the gallery was created and managed by photographer Alfred Stieglitz.
  • 2020 Top 200 Collectors - "Collecting the Future." ARTNews.
  • A Cautionary Tale of the World’s Superrich Blowing Millions on Art - Bloomberg.
  • Alexander Iolas - (1907-1987). Was a Greek gallerist and collector. He owned galleries in the United States and Europe and contributed in many private and public art collections. Alexander Iolas represented many artists in his galleries, among them Andy Warhol, Max Ernst, René Magritte, Roberto Matta, Ed Ruscha, Jean Tinguely, Joseph Cornell, Yves Klein, Jannis Kounellis, Takis, Victor Brauner, Jules Olitski, and Niki de Saint-Phalle. In promoting work that initially found few to favor it, he was able to reassure potential clients with his irresistible and often mischievous charm, dazzle them with his flamboyant personality and often sensational mode of dress.
  • Alfred Flechtheim - (1878-1937). "Art dealer of the avantgarde." German art dealer, art collector, journalist and publisher.
  • Ambroise Vollard - (1866-1939). One of the most important dealers in French modern art at end-19th and early twentieth century. He had his portrait painted by so many artists that Picasso said "The most beautiful woman who ever lived has never had her portrait painted, drawn, or engraved any oftener than Vollard".
  • AndrÉ Level - (1863-1947). Un homme d'affaires et collectionneur français qui s'est illustré en constituant la première collection d'art moderne français.
  • Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans - Andy Warhol’s Soup Cans have become synonymous with the Pop art movement, and are responsible for propelling Warhol into a celebrated career in fine art from his day job as a comic illustrator. The motif made its debut in 1962 when Warhol mounted his first solo show featuring 32 canvases painted with Campbell’s Soup Cans - one for each flavor the company sold at the time.
  • Art dealer - Wikipedia.
  • ART DEALERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA - founded 1962. The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) is a non-profit membership organization of the nation's leading galleries in the fine arts.
  • Art valuation - Wikipedia.
  • ASK ART - "AskART is an online database containing close to 300,000 artists, with information ranging from biographies to auction records. At the time of our Internet debut in year 2000, we focused on American artists; however, in 2008, we expanded our coverage to include international records."
  • ARTNET - since 1989. "The Art World Online." Artnet is the place to buy, sell and research fine art online. The Price Database offers the most comprehensive archive of auction results in the world. Host to over 10 million results spanning over 30 years, including a total of over 1,700 auction houses and 320,000 artists, every lot is catalogued, translated, and edited by a team of multilingual specialists. The database is a valuation tool used by appraisers, dealers, and collectors, allowing users to make informed decisions about buying or selling art.
  • Bernard Berenson - (1865-1959). American art historian specializing in the Renaissance. Berenson was a major figure in the attribution of Old Masters, at a time when these were attracting new interest by American collectors, and his judgments were widely respected in the art world. Recent research has cast doubt on some of his authentications, which may have been influenced by the exceptionally high commissions paid to him.
  • Bernheim-Jeune - (1863-2018). One of the oldest art galleries in Paris. Opened on Rue Laffitte in 1863 by Alexandre Bernheim (1839-1915), friend of Delacroix, Corot and Courbet, it changed location a few times before settling on Avenue Matignon. It is still managed by members of the same family. The gallery promoted realists, Barbizon school paintings and, in 1874, the first impressionist and later post-impressionist painters.
  • Berthe Weill - (1865-1951). Was a French art dealer who played a vital role in the creation of the market for twentieth-century art with the manifestation of the Parisian Avant-Garde. She may be credited with producing the first sales in Paris for Pablo Picasso, and Henri Matisse and with providing Amedeo Modigliani with the only solo exhibition in his lifetime.
  • Bodley Gallery - was a prominent art gallery in New York City, United States, from the late 1940s through the early 1980s. The Bodley specialized in contemporary and modern art. Several of Andy Warhol's earliest exhibitions in New York were at the Bodley during the 1950s, starting with two in 1956. David Mann, the Bodley's director, had previously been manager of the Hugo Gallery, assistant to director Alexander Iolas, when the Hugo mounted Warhol's first solo exhibition in 1952.
  • Buchholz Gallery - (1937–1955). New York, NY, U.S.A.
  • Buying Art Doesn’t Have to Be Intimidating: Yes, There’s an App - The New York Times.
  • Carfax Gallery - (1898 - late 1920's). "Founded in 1898 in Ryder Street, Mayfair the gallery was originally known as Carfax and Co. By 1906 it had changed locations to nearby Bury Street where it was to remain for two decades or so of its existence. The founder of the gallery is considered to be William Rothenstein, artist, teacher and energetic art social worker."
  • Catalogue raisonnÉ - comprehensive, annotated listing of all the known artworks by an artist either in a particular medium or all media. The works are described in such a way that they may be reliably identified by third parties.
  • Chenil Gallery - (1906-1927). The original Chenil Gallery was an old Georgian house situated between Chelsea Town Hall and the Six Bells Public-House located at 183a King’s Road Chelsea and known as Charles Chenil & Co. Ltd. It has also been suggested that the dealership operated largely for the benefit of Augustus John who sold many of his paintings through the Chenil. Indeed it is known that John had a large studio in the rear garden of the gallery and executed many of his Canadian World War I pictures there.
  • Clovis Sagot - (?-1913). Considered to be the first promoter of Cubist works, forestalling Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler by several years. He was also known for being Pablo Picasso’s first regular patron.
  • Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler - (1884-1979). German-born art historian, art collector, and one of the premier French art dealers of the 20th century. He became prominent as an art gallery owner in Paris beginning in 1907. Best-known for his early espousal of Cubism and his long, intimate association with Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, and also exclusively represented Georges Braque, and Juan Gris.
  • Daniel Wildenstein - (1917-2001). Renowned art dealer, historian and a leading owner-breeder of thoroughbred race horses. He was the third member of the family to preside over Wildenstein & Co., one of the most successful and influential art-dealerships of the 20th Century. He was once described as "probably the richest and most powerful art dealer on earth".
  • Driven to Abstraction: the inside story of a $60m art forgery hoax - "For 15 years, one of New York’s most prestigious art galleries, Knoedler & Company, sold forged paintings - a new film explores how the art world fell for it."
  • Duits Ltd. - (1920-1985). London art gallery in Jermyn Street dealing in Old Master paintings.
  • Europe’s 10 Most Respected Art Dealers - artnet News.
  • FADA | FINE ART DEALERS ASSOCIATION - since 1990. "Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA) has a national/international membership of art dealers dedicated to promoting the highest degree of professionalism, scholarship and integrity and to offering quality works of art whose authenticity is carefully researched. Browse the website to buy, sell and search artworks through our member dealers' inventory."
  • F. Kleinberger Galleries - (1848–1973). Founded in Paris by Franz Kleinberger in 1848, the firm was a promoter and importer of European paintings to the United States. By 1913, Kleinberger was exhibiting at its gallery on lower Fifth Avenue, near to Duveen Gallery.
  • Ferus Gallery - was a contemporary art gallery operating from 1957-1966. In 1957 it was located at 736-A North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. In July 1962, Andy Warhol: Campbell's Soup Cans was Andy Warhol's first solo pop art exhibition and the first exhibition of the Soup Cans. Five of the canvases sold for $100 each, but Irving Blum bought them back to keep the set intact and bought the 32 paintings for $1000.
  • France's highest court orders retrial of art-dealing Wildenstein family - "Guy Wildenstein and others face new trial after court annuls 2018 tax fraud acquittal."
  • Gallery Hopes to Sell Kanye West’s ‘Famous’ Sculpture for US$4 Million - The New York Times.
  • Georges Petit - (1856-1920). Was a French art dealer, a key figure in the Paris art world and an important promoter and cultivator of Impressionist artists.
  • Global GALLERY GUIDES - "Galleries around the World." Links to 22,000+ galleries around the world by The Saatchi Gallery.
  • Guggenheim Jeune - named after Peggy Guggenheim's (1898–1979) first gallery which opened at 30 Cork Street in London, in January 1938.
  • Heiner Friedrich - (1938-). Art dealer and collector of minimal art and conceptual art. In 1972 he moved to a space in New York City at 141 Wooster Street in SoHo. The last exhibition there was Walter De Maria and The New York Earth Room.
  • Heir to art-dealing estate in court in major French fraud trial - Guy Wildenstein faces charges that he hid his fortune in offshore tax havens and a demand for £475m in back taxes.
  • Her super rich clients trust her with millions of dollars - "The people making million-dollar art deals for the super rich."
  • Hildebrand Gurlitt - (1895-1956). Was a German art dealer and art historian who traded in "degenerate art" during the Nazi era. His collection of 1,406 works (by Marc Chagall, Paul Klee, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso, among others) was confiscated in 2012 by Bavarian authorities from the apartment of his son, Cornelius Gurlitt.
  • Hugo Gallery - was a New York City gallery, founded by Robert Rothschild, Elizabeth Arden and Maria dei Principi Ruspoli Hugo between 1945 and 1955 and operated by Alexander Iolas. The Hugo gallery was initially on East 55th Street and Madison Avenue. In 1952, Andy Warhol had his first solo exhibition at the Hugo Gallery named "Fifteen Drawings Based on the Writings of Truman Capote" (June 16 – July 3, 1952).
  • Jacques Seligmann & Company - (1880-1978). Was a French and American art dealer and gallery specializing in decorative art and antiques. It is considered one of the foremost dealers and galleries in fostering appreciation for the collecting of contemporary European art.
  • Johann Ernst Gotzkowsky - (1710-1775). Prussian merchant with a successful trade in trinkets, silk, taft, porcelain, grain and bills of exchange. Moreover, he acted as a diplomat and important art dealer. His paintings formed the basis and the beginning of the collection in the Hermitage Museum.
  • Jos Hessel - (1859-1942). French art collector & art dealer.
  • Joseph Duveen - (1869-1939). British art dealer, considered one of the most influential art dealers of all time. His success is famously attributed to noticing that "Europe has a great deal of art, and America has a great deal of money." He made his fortune by buying works of art from declining European aristocrats and selling them to the millionaires of the United States.
  • Julien Levy - (1906–1981). Was an art dealer and owner of Julien Levy Gallery in New York City, important as a venue for Surrealists, avante-garde artists and American photographers in the 1930s and 1940s.
  • Katherine Sophie Dreier - (1877-1952). Was an American artist, lecturer, patron of the arts and social reformer. Dreier developed an interest in art at a young age and was afforded the opportunity of studying art in the United States and in Europe due to her parents' wealth and progressive attitudes. She was most influenced by modern art, particularly by her friend Marcel Duchamp, and due to her frustration with the poor reception that the works received, she became a supporter of other artists. She was co-founder of the Society of Independent Artists and the SociÉtÉ Anonyme, which had the first permanent collection of modern art, representing 175 artists and more than 800 works of art.
  • Knoedler & Co. - (1846-2011). "Art dealership in New York City founded in 1846. When it closed in 2011, amid lawsuits for fraud, it was one of the oldest commercial art galleries in the US, having been in operation for 165 years."
  • Le Freeport - "A high-end, ultra safe facility for the storage of valuable goods." LE FREEPORT sets new standards, demanded by investors and collectors alike: a purpose built facility combining cutting edge technology, efficient logistics, and an exhaustive range of expert services. LE FREEPORT is the ideal platform for securing, servicing and selling works of art and other valuables. Luxembourg & Singapore.
  • Mary Boone - American art dealer and gallerist, and the owner and director of the Mary Boone Gallery. She played an important role in the New York art market of the 1980s. Her first two artists, Julian Schnabel and David Salle, became internationally known. The Mary Boone Gallery has represented artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Barbara Kruger, Eric Fischl, Ross Bleckner, and Brice Marden. Originally based in SoHo, Boone operated two galleries, one in midtown on Fifth Avenue, the other in Chelsea. Following her 2019 conviction and sentencing to 30 months in prison for tax evasion, she indicated the intention to close both galleries.
  • Mary Boone Is Not Done - "One of New York’s leading art dealers, convicted of tax evasion, will report to prison in May. She’s already plotting her return."
  • Modica Carr Art Advisory - since 2015. "Modica Carr Art Advisory / TWAAS is a highly experienced art advisory firm with expertise in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art."
  • Notable art dealers - Wikipedia.
  • One of the World’s Greatest Art Collections Hides Behind This Fence - The New York Times.
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  • Paul Durand-Ruel - (1831-1922). French art dealer who is associated with the Impressionists and the Barbizon School. He was one of the first modern art dealers who provided support to his painters with stipends and solo exhibitions.
  • Paul Durand-Ruel, the Paris Dealer Who Put Impressionism on the Map - The New York Times.
  • Paul Guillaume - (1891-1934). Was a French art dealer. Dealer of Chaim Soutine and Amedeo Modigliani, he was one of the first to organize African art exhibitions. He also bought and sold many works from cutting edge artists of the time, such as Henri Matisse, Constantin Brâncuşi, Pablo Picasso, and Giorgio de Chirico.
  • Paul Rosenberg - (1881-1959). Was a French art dealer. He represented Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, and Henri Matisse. Both Paul and his brother LÉonce Rosenberg were among the world's major dealers of modern art.
  • Pedro MaÑach - (1870-1936/1939). Was Picasso's first art dealer.
  • Powerful Art Galleries Are Mega-Sizing Into Mini Museums - Bloomberg.
  • Purchasing Fine Art Is Increasingly Just a Click Away - The New York Times.
  • RenÉ Gimpel - (1881–1945). Was a prominent French art dealer, friend and patron of living artists and collector. He was the son of a picture dealer and the brother-in-law of Sir Joseph Duveen.
  • SAATCHI ONLINE - since 2011. "The world’s leading online gallery, connecting you to art and artists you love." The World's Interactive Art Gallery. Magazine, museums & gallery listings, artists around the world display work and sell free of any commission.
  • Salon d'Automne - (Autumn Salon), or Société du Salon d'automne, is an annual art exhibition held in Paris, France since 1903; it is currently held on the Champs-Élysées, between the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais, in mid October.
  • Soaring Art Market Attracts a New Breed of Advisers for Collectors - The New York Times.
  • SociÉtÉ Anonyme - was an art organization founded in 1920 by Katherine Dreier, Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp. The society sponsored lectures, concerts, publications, and exhibitions of modern art, including the International Exhibition of Modern Art at the Brooklyn Museum in 1926. Between 1920 and 1940 they held 80 exhibitions showing mostly Cubist and abstract art. Their galleries in their "first modest headquarters" were at 19 East 47th Street.
  • SociÉtÉ des Artistes IndÉpendants - (Society of Independent Artists), Salon des Indépendants was formed in Paris on 29 July 1884. The association began with the organization of massive exhibitions in Paris, choosing the slogan "sans jury ni récompense" ("without jury nor reward").
  • Society of Independent Artists - was an association of American artists founded in 1916 and based in New York. Based on the French Société des Artistes Indépendants, the goal of the society was to hold annual exhibitions by avant-garde artists. Exhibitions were to be open to anyone who wanted to display their work, and shows were without juries or prizes. In order to enter, one had to pay a six-dollar membership and entry fee.
  • TEFAF Art Market Report 2014 - "The global art market, with a focus on the US and China."
  • The Art of This Century gallery - was opened by Peggy Guggenheim at 30 West 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City on October 20, 1942. The gallery occupied two commercial spaces on the seventh floor of a building that was part of the midtown arts district including the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, Helena Rubinstein's New Art Center, and numerous commercial galleries. The gallery exhibited important modern art until it closed in 1947, when Guggenheim returned to Europe.
  • The Cultivist - since 2015. "The world’s only global arts club offering uniquely privileged access to every aspect of the art world." With a single card, you glide through museums, galleries and art fairs worldwide: no tickets, no bookings, no complications.
  • The Most Respected US Contemporary Art Dealers of 2015 - artnet News.
  • The Nazi art dealer who supplied Hermann GÖring and operated in a shadowy art underworld long after the war - "A new book by Jonathan Petropoulos explores Bruno Lohse’s devotion to Hitler’s number two and also raises the question of what happened to 47 works Lohse had when he died."
  • The Pandemic Closed Art Galleries' Doors. But Who Said a Gallery Needs Four Walls and a Ceiling? - "From video games to snail mail, artists and museums have seized upon this difficult moment to expand possibilities for interacting with art."
  • THE SOCIETY OF LONDON ART DEALERS - since 1932. "The Society of London Art Dealers is the principal trade association in the UK for dealers in fine art. It has 134 members covering the entire range from old master paintings and sculpture through to cutting edge contemporary art."
  • THEA WESTREICH ART ADVISORY SERVICES - professional consulting firm with expertise in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art, and Photography.
  • Thomas Agnew & Sons - fine arts dealer in London that began life as part of in a print and publishing partnership with Vittore Zanetti in Manchester in 1817 which ended in 1835, when Agnew took full control of the company. The firm opened its London gallery in 1860, where it soon established itself as one of Mayfair's leading dealerships. Since then Agnew's has held a pre-eminent position in the world of Old Master paintings. It also had a major role in the massive growth of a market for contemporary British art in the late 19th century. In 2013, after nearly two centuries of family ownership, Agnew's was purchased privately and is now run by Lord Anthony Crichton-Stuart, a former head of Christie's Old Master paintings department, New York.
  • Top 100 Most Collectible Living Artists 2015 - Artnet News.
  • Über-warehouses for the ultra-rich - "Ever more wealth is being parked in fancy storage facilities. For some customers, they are an attractive new breed of tax haven."
  • VANITY GALLERY - Wikipedia.
  • Wildenstein Trial to Lift a Veil on Opaque Art World Dealings - The New York Times.
  • Wilhelm Uhde - (1874-1947). Was a German art collector, dealer, author and critic, an early collector of modernist painting, and a significant figure in the career of Henri Rousseau. He purchased his first Picasso in 1905, and was one of the first collectors of the Cubist paintings of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. He met Robert Delaunay, Sonia Terk and Henri Rousseau in 1907, and opened his art gallery in 1908, rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs (Paris) where he exhibited Georges Braque, Jean Metzinger, Sonia Delaunay, André Derain, Raoul Dufy, Auguste Herbin, Jules Pascin & Pablo Picasso.
  • World's Best Art Galleries - Complex.
  • Top 60 High-End Art Galleries & Art Dealers
  • Agnews Gallery - established 1817. "Thomas Agnew & Sons was established by Thomas Agnew in Manchester in 1817, and opened its London gallery in 1860, where the firm soon established itself as one of Mayfair’s leading dealerships. Since then Agnew’s has held a pre-eminent position in the world of Old Master paintings, and was instrumental in promoting contemporary British art in the late 19th century." 6 St.James's Place, London, SW1A 1NP, U.K.
  • ALMINE RECH Gallery - since 1997. Paris - Brussels - London - New York.
  • Andrew Butterfield - since 2005. New York City, NY, U.S.A. "Andrew Butterfield concentrates on the discovery, authentication, and sale of museum quality masterpieces of European art, chiefly Renaissance and Baroque sculpture. A preeminent scholar-dealer, he combines thirty years of experience at the highest level in every sector of the art world: academia, museums, and the market."
  • Annina Nosei gallery New York - since 1980. Annina Nosei gallery specializes in contemporary painting, photography and sculpture from the US, Europe, and Latin America. My gallery was closed in 2006 and most of the gallery’s archive (including visuals) has been donated to the Fales Library Special Collections of NYU. All I can offer is my personal consultation.
  • Artspace - since 2011. "Contemporary Art for Sale Online." Artspace is the digital marketplace for fine art and design. Learn about and buy artworks from the best artists, galleries and museums around the world. It is our mission to make it easy for you to discover and collect fine art from renowned artists, galleries, and cultural institutions worldwide.
  • Blum & Poe - since 1994. Ccontemporary art gallery located in Los Angeles, New York, and Tokyo. They have developed a strong reputation for fostering the careers of Los Angeles-based and international artists by expanding their presence through world-class exhibitions and participation in important art fairs.
  • Castelli Gallery - since 1957. New York City, NY, U.S.A.
  • CCA Andratx | Contemporary Art Gallery in Mallorca - since 2001. Andraitx, Mallorca, Spain. The CCA Gallery offers selected works to satisfy the demands of any art collector. Paintings, sculptures, installations, graphics and photographs from international and local artists are displayed and for sale.
  • Chris Beetles Gallery - since 1975. 8-10 Ryder St, London, Greater London SW1Y 6QB, England, U.K. Specialises in traditional British watercolour, illustration, cartoons, oil painting and sculpture.
  • Cohen Gallery - since 1992. 7354 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.
  • Colnaghi - since 1760. 15 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4AX, England, U.K. The oldest commercial art gallery in the world.
  • CRISPIAN RILEY-SMITH Fine Arts Ltd. - since 1989. Skipton, North Yorkshire, England. Conservation, valuations, buying & selling, consultancy.
  • DAVID ZWIRNER - since 1993. Contemporary art gallery with locations in New York, London, and Hong Kong.
  • EDEN ROCK GALLERY - since 2011. St. Barth. "The Eden Rock Gallery is at the sharp end of the global art world and collaborations over the past years include the world-renowned Gagosian Gallery. Last year an additional bond was formed with Galerie Perrotin and Art Saint Barth who exhibited the celebrated Brooklyn-based artist KAWS, as well as Daniel Arsham and so much more..."
  • GAGOSIAN GALLERY - since 1979. Main gallery: New York City, NY, U.S.A. ontemporary art gallery owned and directed by Larry Gagosian. The gallery exhibits some of the most influential artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. There are 16 gallery spaces: five in New York; three in London; two in Paris; one each in Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Rome, Athens, Geneva and Hong Kong. World's biggest art dealer.
  • GALERIE BERND KUGLER - since 2004. Innsbruck, Austria. Contemporary art by international artists.
  • GALERIE BRUNO BISCHOFBERGER - since 1963. Zurich, Switzerland. Major figure in the international art market for several decades. He is especially known for bringing American pop art to Europe in the 1960s, and American Neo-Expressionism in the 1980s, his long association with Andy Warhol, and for expanding the use of big money in the European contemporary art market.
  • Galerie CarrÉ DorÉ - 5 rue Princesse Caroline, Monaco 98000. Contemporary art gallery.
  • Galerie DENISE RenÉ - since 1945. Paris, France. French art gallerist specializing in kinetic art and op art.
  • GALERIE LELONG & Co. - since 1981. Contemporary art gallery based in Paris, New York and Zurich. Showing works by internationally established artists.
  • GALERIE MAEGHT Paris - since 1946. 42 rue du Bac, Paris, France. "Art Moderne et Contemporain."
  • GALERIE MODERNE - Silkeborg, Denmark. "Galerie Moderne Silkeborg has exhibited artists from the Cobra movement since 1962 and is the only gallery in Denmark to have direct contact with these artists."
  • Galerie Perrotin - "Perrotin is a contemporary art gallery founded by Emmanuel Perrotin in 1989." The gallery currently occupies two floors in Paris' Marais district.
  • GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC - "Contemporary art gallery, founded by Thaddaeus Ropac in 1983, representing 60 international artists with exhibition spaces in Paris, Salzburg and London."
  • Gavin Brown's enterprise - since 1994. Art gallery with venues in New York City and Rome.
  • Gimpel Fils - London, U.K. "Founded in 1946 Gimpel Fils is a commercial gallery specialising in contemporary British and International art."
  • GLADSTONE GALLERY - since 1996. "Leading contemporary art gallery with locations in New York and Brussels. Representing more than thirty-five artists." Including Ugo Rondinone, Shirin Neshat, Anish Kapoor, Sarah Lucas, Matthew Barney, Rebecca Quaytman, Victor Man and Andro Wekua. The gallery is also a prominent participant in many major art fairs.
  • Hauser & Wirth - since 1992. "Located in Zurich, London, New York, Somerset, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Gstaad. The gallery represents emerging and established artists."
  • HELENE BAILLY GALLERY - since 2010. Paris, France. "Modern & Contemporary Masterpieces."
  • JAMES HYMAN GALLERY - since 1999. London, U.K. "Prides itself on the art historical significance and museum quality of the fine art and photography that we handle. The gallery regularly sells and loans works to museums."
  • JAY JOPLING - London, U.K. Has established himself as a key figure in the art world and has been instrumental in repositioning London as the leading international centre for contemporary art over the past two decades. In May 1993 Jopling opened the original White Cube on the first floor of 44 Duke Street, St James, in London’s West End.
  • Jeffrey Deitch - "Jeffrey Deitch has been involved with modern and contemporary art for more than forty years as an artist, writer, curator, dealer, and advisor."
  • Jessica Silverman Gallery - since 2008. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. Contemporary art gallery that represents emerging and mid-career artists.
  • KESZLER GALLERY - since 2007. Southampton, NY, U.S.A. Contemporary Art Gallery.
  • KEYA GALLERY - since 2006. Located in New York City. "We have one of the world's largest selections of American Civil War items, Abraham Lincoln items, autographs, documents, 19th century photographs of famous historical people, slavery items, presidential items, and royalty items."
  • LISSON GALLERY - "Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Established in 1967, with two locations in London and two in New York, it supports and develops over 50 international artists."
  • Marian Goodman Gallery - since 1977 in Manhattan, New York. "For over forty years, 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." Goodman is one of the most respected and influential gallerists of contemporary art in the world.
  • Marlborough Fine Art - 6 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BY, U. K. "Marlborough Fine Art and has been representing world renowned modern masters in Contemporary Art since 1946." During the 71 years of its existence, Marlborough has been responsible for putting together many fine private collections, and believes the reputation of the gallery's artists are further supported and enhanced by museum exhibitions around the world.
  • MATTHEW MARKS GALLERY - since 1991. New York City, NY, U.S.A. Specializes in modern and contemporary art in a variety of media, including: painting, sculpture, photography, installation art, film, and drawings and prints. It represents established artists like Ellsworth Kelly and Jasper Johns and a younger generation of artists like Robert Gober and Nan Goldin. The gallery has three exhibition spaces in New York City and two in Los Angeles.
  • MCDERMOTT GALLERIES - Birmingham, U.K. "Single collective adopting a fresh approach to working within the creative industries and includes such areas as art, music and fashion."
  • Michael Goedhuis Ltd - since 1989. 61 Cadogan Square, London, U.K. "The Gallery's principal activities today are the promotion of the best Chinese contemporary art as well as Chinese works of art from the Neolithic period to Modern."
  • MICHAEL WERNER GALLERY - since 1963. Upper East Side, New York & Mayfair, London. "In addition to contemporary American and European painting, sculpture and drawing, the gallery specializes in works by modern masters including Hans Arp, Piero Manzoni, Francis Picabia and Kurt Schwitters."
  • Newport Street Gallery - 1-9 Newport Street, London, U.K. Owned by Damien Hirst. "London gallery presenting exhibitions from Damien Hirst’s extensive collection of art."
  • PACE GALLERY - since 1960 "Leading contemporary art gallery representing more than 70 artists and estates, with galleries in New York, London, Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Palo Alto & Geneva."
  • Pierogi Gallery - since 1994. Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A. "Pierogi features the work of emerging and mid-career artists in an eclectic range of media."
  • Pop and Contemporary Fine Art - since 2008. Orchard Road, Singapore. The gallery specialises in original paintings, limited edition lithographs, screen prints, etchings and sculptures from the Pop and Contemporary Art genres.
  • Proud Galleries - since 1998. Europe’s most popular privately funded photographic gallery. London, U.K.
  • PULLMAN GALLERY - since 1998. "20th Century Objets de Luxe." The Pullman Gallery specializes in objets deluxe dating from 1880-1950. Our gallery is in King Street, St James's, London, right next to Christie's.
  • RICHARD L. FEIGEN & CO. - since 1957. "With over fifty years of experience in dealing old masters through contemporary art we are uniquely positioned to advise clients in all aspects of building a collection." Among the collections he has helped shape are those of Saul Steinberg, the once high-flying head of Reliance Capital, former Sotheby's Chairman A. Alfred Taubman, and German steel magnate Baron Hans-Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.
  • Robert Simon Fine Art - "Specializes in European works of the Renaissance and Baroque periods - generally from 1300 to 1800. In addition we offer select works from Colonial Latin America, as well as from nineteenth century Europe. While we tend to focus on Italian and Spanish paintings, we are not restrictive, and above all seek out and offer works of the highest quality of whatever origin, date, and medium. Our gallery is located at 22 East 80th Street in New York City, close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art."
  • Ronald Feldman Gallery - "Ronald Feldman Gallery has been at the frontier of contemporary art since 1971. The gallery is located in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City and exhibits performance, photography, new media, film, painting, drawing and sculpture."
  • Salon 94 - art gallery with three spaces in Manhattan, New York. "Since its creation in 2002, the mission of Salon 94 has grown from exhibiting special projects by emerging and renowned artists alike."
  • SCHOENI ART GALLERY - since 1992. "An internationally respected gallery, known worldwide as a progressive leader in the art world firmly placed at the cutting edge of Chinese Contemporary Chinese Art." Main gallery: Hong Kong.
  • Shazina Gallery - since 2000. Moscow, Russia.
  • SprÜth Magers - since 1983. "Located in Berlin, London and Los Angeles, Sprüth Magers is one of the world's leading contemporary art galleries, representing emerging and established artists." Sprüth Magers now works with over 60 artists and estates.
  • STOPPENBACH & DELESTRE - since 1982. "International fine art gallery, located in St James’s, in the heart of London’s art world. Specialized in French Art from Barbizon, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism and Modern Art among others, spanning the 19th and early 20th Century."
  • THE APPROACH - since 1997. Contemporary art gallery. One of the gallery’s original objectives was to offer solo exhibitions to London-based artists at the start of their careers - several of whom have gone on to achieve international success. London, U.K.
  • Victoria Miro - since 1985. "Victoria Miro shows the work of established and emerging artists from the USA, Europe and Asia in an exhibition space close to the financial heart of London." Victoria Miro represents some 40 international artists and artist estates. The gallery occupies 20,000 square feet across its locations in Mayfair and Wharf Road, London, and Venice.
  • WEINSTEIN GALLERY - since 1992. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. "Specializes in non-objective and surrealist art from pre-war Europe through the birth of abstract expressionism and the New York School in post-war America."
  • WEISS GALLERY - since 1985. 59 Jermyn Street, London SW1, U.K. "he leading dealer in Tudor, Stuart and North European Old Master portraiture."
  • WHITE CUBE - since 1993. London, U.K. "White Cube is one of the world's leading galleries for contemporary art."
  • WILDENSTEIN & CO. - founded 1903. 689 Fifth Avenue, New York City, NY 10022, U.S.A. "Currently located in the historic Aeolian Building on 54th and 5th Avenue, Wildenstein & Co. is an appointment-only art dealership with an emphasis on Old Masters and Impressionists."
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