4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
In conjunction with the celebration of James Goodman Gallery’s 60th anniversary, we are pleased to invite you to an informal afternoon talk about the importance of the Fuller building and the historic Madison Avenue galleries that have influenced the art world. Built in 1929, the Fuller Building, a 40 story art deco masterpiece, was the first skyscraper north of mid-Manhattan and has been the home of hundreds of galleries over the years including, Andre Emmerich Gallery, Charles Egan Gallery, and the pioneering Pierre Matisse Gallery, among others. The main entrance on 57th Street is distinguished by a three-story portal embellished with a city relief and sculptures by Eli Nadelman. The exhibition on view at James Goodman Gallery will feature work by Louise Nevelson, Helen Frankenthaler, Dorothea Rockburn and other Modern and Contemporary Masters.
Please select the number of attendees/spaces (max limit: 2)
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