Address: 530 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10011
Berry Campbell features Post-War Modern and Contemporary art with a focus on established as well as emerging and mid-career contemporary artists, including Edward Avedisian, Walter Darby Bannard, Eric Dever, Ken Greenleaf, Raymond Hendler, Jodie Manasevit, William Perehudoff, and Ann Purcell.
Berry Campbell is a collaboration between Christine Berry and Martha Campbell. Christine Berry began her career at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and then continued onto the Whitney Museum of American Art. Thirteen years ago, she shifted from the non-profit sector to the commercial world. As an art dealer, she worked with some of the world’s foremost public and private collections. Martha Campbell started her career at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. She was the director at a major midtown gallery focusing on Modern and Contemporary art.
Address: 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238
The mission of the Brooklyn Museum is to act as a bridge between the rich artistic heritage of world cultures, as embodied in its collections, and the unique experience of each visitor. Dedicated to the primacy of the visitor experience, committed to excellence in every aspect of its collections and programs, and drawing on both new and traditional tools of communication, interpretation, and presentation, the Museum aims to serve its diverse public as a dynamic, innovative, and welcoming center for learning through the visual arts.
The Brooklyn Museum’s extensive collection includes ancient Egyptian masterpieces, African art, European painting, decorative arts, period rooms, and contemporary art. Also on view are cutting-edge exhibitions of contemporary art that reflect an engagement with today's most important artists, artistic practices and ideas.
Address: 11-03 45th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs (DGCP) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting contemporary visual arts to a broad public audience. Our programs of independently-curated exhibitions, publications, curator’s and artist’s talks, panel discussions, and art donations seek to illuminate and deepen the public’s understanding and appreciation of contemporary art as well as to foster a dialogue about contemporary art. With each exhibition, we produce and distribute an illustrated brochure featuring an essay by the curator detailing the raison d’etre for the exhibition.
Admission to all our exhibitions and related events is free and open to the public.
Address: 529 W. 20th St., Ste. 6W, New York, NY 10011
At Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, we believe that significant contemporary art can be beautiful as well as visually and intellectually rigorous and that acquiring it should be a source of pleasure and self-discovery. Since 1975, we have helped collectors find the art that speaks to them, and, therefore, exhibit a diverse group of artists united by hard-won craft, compelling intellectual framework, and a love of the art-making process.
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts has galleries in The Hamptons and in New York City. Our Hamptons art gallery is located in n Bridgehampton. Our New York City art gallery is located in Chelsea.
Address: 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028
The Metropolitan Museum of Art collects, studies, conserves, and presents significant works of art across all times and cultures in order to connect people to creativity, knowledge, and ideas.
The Metropolitan Museum's permanent collection contains more than two million works, divided among seventeen curatorial departments. Represented in the permanent collection are art and objects from classical antiquity and Ancient Egypt, paintings and sculptures from European masters, and an extensive collection of American and modern art. The Museum also maintains galleries of African, Asian, Oceanic, Byzantine, and Islamic art.The Museum houses collections of musical instruments, costumes and accessories. Several historical interiors, ranging from first-century Rome through modern American design, are permanently installed in the Met's galleries.
Address: 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
MoMA PS1 is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States. An exhibition space rather than a collecting institution, MoMA PS1 devotes its energy and resources to displaying the most experimental art in the world. A catalyst and an advocate for new ideas, discourses, and trends in contemporary art, MoMA PS1 actively pursues emerging artists, new genres, and adventurous new work by recognized artists in an effort to support innovation in contemporary art.
MoMA PS1 achieves this mission by presenting its diverse program to a broad audience in a unique and welcoming environment in which visitors can discover and explore the work of contemporary artists.
Exhibitions at MoMA PS1 include artists' retrospectives, site-specific installations, historical surveys, arts from across the United States and the world, and a full schedule of music and performance programming.
Address: 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019
The mission of the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) is to collect, display, and interpret objects that document contemporary and historic innovation in craft, art, and design. In its exhibitions and educational programs, the Museum celebrates the creative process through which materials are crafted into works that enhance contemporary life.
The Museum’s curatorial program builds upon a rich history of exhibitions that emphasize a cross-disciplinary approach to art and design, and reveals the workmanship behind the objects and environments that shape our everyday lives. MAD provides an international platform for practitioners who are influencing the direction of cultural production and driving 21st-century innovation, fostering a participatory setting for visitors to have direct encounters with skilled making and compelling works of art and design.
Address: 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019
The Museum of Modern Art is dedicated to being the foremost museum of modern art in the world. The Museum seeks to create a dialogue between the established and the experimental, the past and the present, in an environment that is responsive to the issues of modern and contemporary art, while being accessible to a public that ranges from scholars to young children.
Modern and Contemporary works on view transcend national boundaries and involve all forms of visual expression, including painting and sculpture, drawings, prints and illustrated books, photography, architecture and design, and film and video, as well as new forms yet to be developed or understood, that reflect and explore the artistic issues of the era.
Address: 36-01 35 Avenue, Astoria, NY 11106
Museum of the Moving Image advances the understanding, enjoyment, and appreciation of the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media by presenting exhibitions, education programs, significant moving-image works, and interpretive programs, and collecting and preserving moving-image related artifacts.
The Museum’s core exhibition, Behind the Screen, immerses visitors in the creative process of making moving images. It features over 1,400 artifacts, from nineteenth-century optical toys to video games, as well as an array of interactive experiences, audiovisual material, and artworks. The Museum also presents an ambitious slate of large and small-scale changing exhibitions, video and art installations, and unique live events.
Address: 8 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011
The New York Studio School is committed to giving a significant education to the aspiring artist that can last a lifetime. The School's aim is to reveal to the entering student appropriate questions about drawing, painting and sculpture and to encourage them to work hard and think rigorously at all times, enabling them to construct an ethical and philosophical framework for their life's work.
The graduating Certificate or MFA student leaves the School with a developed understanding of the language of art; an enlarged imagination stirred by an established work ethic, with the passion and ambition to be an artist for years to come.
Address: 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128
An internationally renowned art museum and one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century, the Guggenheim Museum is at once a vital cultural center, an educational institution, and the heart of an international network of museums.
Visitors can experience special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, lectures by artists and critics, performances and film screenings, classes for teens and adults, and daily tours of the galleries led by museum educators.
Founded on a collection of early modern masterpieces, the Guggenheim Museum today is an ever-growing institution devoted to the art of the 20th century and beyond.
Address: 1 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021
The Frick Collection is known for its distinguished Old Master paintings and outstanding examples of European sculpture and decorative arts.
The collection was assembled by the Pittsburgh industrialist Henry Clay Frick (1849–1919) and is housed in his former residence on Fifth Avenue. One of New York City’s few remaining Gilded Age mansions, it provides a tranquil environment for visitors to experience masterpieces by artists such as Bellini, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Gainsborough, Goya, and Whistler.
Along with special exhibitions and an acclaimed concert series, the Frick offers a wide range of lectures, symposia, and education programs that foster a deeper appreciation of its permanent collection.
Address: 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014
Since its inception in 1931, the Whitney has championed American art and artists by assembling a rich permanent collection and featuring a rigorous and varied schedule of exhibition programs. By emphasizing seminal artists and artworks from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, the museum organizes important exhibitions both from their holdings and from the collections of individuals and institutions worldwide.
Exhibitions range from historical surveys and in-depth retrospectives of major twentieth-century and contemporary artists to group shows introducing young or relatively unknown artists to a larger public. The Biennial, an invitational show of work produced in the preceding two years, was introduced by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in 1932. It is the only continuous series of exhibitions in the country to survey recent developments in American art. The Whitney also presents acclaimed exhibitions of film and video, architecture, photography, and new media.
The Whitney’s collection includes over 21,000 works created by more than 3,000 artists in the United States during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. At its core are Museum founder Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s personal holdings, totaling some 600 works when the Museum opened in 1931.