Founded in SoHo in 1989, Paul Kasmin Gallery has developed a program in which the work of historic Modernist and Post-War artists is in constant dialogue with that of mid-career and established contemporary artists. The gallery currently represents the estates of Constantin Brancusi, William N. Copley, Max Ernst, Simon Hantaï, Lee Krasner and Robert Motherwell and has recently mounted historic exhibitions and published monographs focusing on the history of the Alexandre Iolas Gallery; Henry Geldzahler’s seminal 1969 The New York School exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, and the famed Impasse Ronsin studio complex in Paris.
Paul Kasmin Gallery has simultaneously developed the careers of and continues to represent significant contemporary artists such as Walton Ford, Robert Indiana, Deborah Kass, Ivan Navarro, and Roxy Paine. The gallery participates in numerous art fairs each year and has three locations in Chelsea, New York.
Kurimanzutto was founded on August 21st, 1999 in Mexico City by José Kuri, Mónica Manzutto and a group of 13 artists. For many years, kurimanzutto did not have a fixed space – for each event or exhibition the gallery and artists chose a specific location to best suit the project. Nine years after Economía de Mercado, their one day inaugural exhibition in a typical fruit and produce market in Mexico City, the gallery´s natural growth lead to the necessity of grounding and concentrating its history, energy and information, as well as its work towards the future, in one space. A former timber yard built in 1949 was restored and adapted to house an exhibition space, gallery offices and storeroom. In the fall of 2016 the gallery celebrated 17 years of history and its ongoing efforts towards collaborative cultural exchange.
Erin Cluley Gallery is a contemporary art gallery exhibiting emerging, mid-career, and established artists based in Dallas and the East Coast of the United States. The gallery presents a provocative program of artists working in both traditional and alternative forms including painting, sculpture, new media, photography, sculptural installation and public intervention.
In conjunction with mounting exhibitions inside the gallery space, Erin Cluley Gallery maintains a focus on presenting public projects conceptualized by the gallery’s artists. Negotiating projects on the artists’ behalf, the gallery will make this an ongoing part of the exhibition program and an impactful contribution to public art in Dallas.
Erin Cluley Gallery is located in West Dallas. The gallery joined a creative movement in the new development as a commercial space solely focused on contemporary art and has been in operation since September 2014.
Since opening in 1970, von Bartha has exhibited modern and contemporary artists across historically significant movements such as Zero, Arte Concreto and Arte Madí. Representing over twenty artists and estates, the program includes contemporary artists in a dialogue with Kinetic art and Concrete art.
As a long-running, international and contemporary art gallery, von Bartha continues to support the careers of influential artists, such as Camille Graeser, Olle Baertling and Adolf Luther. Building on its foundation, the gallery has established a contemporary program and represents an international roster of artists, working across a diverse range of media: Daniel Robert Hunziker, Imi Knoebel, Superflex, Terry Haggerty, John Wood & Paul Harrison, Felipe Mujica, Sarah Oppenheimer and Landon Metz. Therefore, the gallery nurtures new generations of artists, whilst supporting the continually evolving practice of their established artists.
Initially co-founded by Margareta and Miklos von Bartha, since 2008 the gallery has been under the direction of Stefan von Bartha. The gallery’s relocation and expansion to a converted garage at Kannenfeldplatz has allowed for full-scale exhibitions, including large-scale installations, performances and retrospectives. In 2006 von Bartha opened a second space, located in S-chanf, in the Engadin Alps; the white cube space, in the site of a former barn of an old patrician house, is used for focused projects and site-specific installations.