OVERVIEW

 

On the Saturday preceding Frieze New York and the TEFAF New York fairs, the Madison Avenue Gallery Walk will give the public time and space to visit the many galleries located on Madison Avenue and its adjacent side streets from East 57th St. up to East 86th St.

This event is free and open to the public, and features over sixty curator & artist talks where you can hear from experts about collections on view. Madison Avenue Gallery Walk is organized by the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District. For more information, kindly visit www.madisonavenuebid.org

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PARTICIPANTS

 

 57th to 86th Streets

 

 

 

ACQUAVELLA GALLERIES

18 E. 79th St.
212.734.6300
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ANTIQUARIUM LTD.

790 Madison Avenue, Suite 705
212.734.9776
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ARADER GALLERIES

1016 Madison Avenue
212.628.7625
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ARLENE ANGARD

15 East 71 Street
212.722.2278
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BAAHNG GALLERY

790 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor
212.255.2177
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BLUM & POE

19 East 66 Street
212.249.2249
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CASTELLI GALLERY

18 East 77 Street
212.249.4470
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DICKINSON

19 East 66 Street, 2nd Floor
212.772.8083
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DIDIER AARON, INC.

32 East 67 Street
212.988.5248
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ERIK THOMSEN GALLERY

23 East 67 Street, 4th Floor
212.288.2588
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FINE ART CONSERVATION & RESTORATION

17 East 76 Street, Lower Level
212.439.1659
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FREEDMANART

25 East 73 Street, 3rd Floor
212.249.2040
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GAGOSIAN

980 Madison Avenue
212.744.2313
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GALERIE MOURLOT

16 East 79 Street
212.288.8808
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GITTERMAN GALLERY

41 East 57 Street, Suite 1103
212.734.0868
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HAMMER GALLERIES

32 East 67 Street
212.644.4400
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HAUSER & WIRTH

32 East 69 Street
212.794.4970
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HENRIQUE FARIA

35 East 67 Street, 4th Fl
212.517.4609
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HOWARD GREENBERG GALLERY

41 East 57 Street, Suite 1406
212.334.0010
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HUBERT GALLERY

16 East 79 Street
212.628.2922
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JAMES GOODMAN GALLERY

41 East 57 Street, 8th Fl
212.593.3737
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JASON MCCOY GALLERY

41 East 57 Street, 11th Fl
212.319.1996
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KAPOOR GALLERIES, INC.

34 East 67 Street
212.794.2300
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KRAUSHAAR GALLERIES

15 East 71 Street, Suite 2B
212.288.2558
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L. PARKER STEPHENSON PHOTOGRAPHS

764 Madison Avenue
212.517.8700
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L'ANTIQUAIRE & THE CONNOISSEUR

36 East 73 Street
212.517.9176
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LEONARD HUTTON GALLERIES

790 Madison Avenue, Suite 506
212.751.7373
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LES ENLUMINURES

23 East 73 Street, 7th Floor
212.717.7273
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LOIS WAGNER FINE ARTS

15 East 71 Street, Suite 3A
212.396.1407
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MACKLOWE GALLERY

667 Madison Avenue
212.644.6400
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MENCONI + SCHOELKOPF

11 East 69 St, No. 2F
212.879.8815
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MIREILLE MOSLER, LTD.

35 East 67 Street, 4th Fl.
212.249.4195
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MITCHELL-INNES & NASH

1018 Madison Avenue
212.744.7400
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NAILYA ALEXANDER GALLERY

41 East 57 Street, Suite 704
212.315.2211
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NICHOLAS BRAWER GALLERY

28 East 72 Street
212.772.2664
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OPERA GALLERY

791 Madison Avenue
646.707.3299
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RICHARD GRAY GALLERY

1018 Madison Avenue, 4th Fl
212.471.8787
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ROSENBERG & CO.

19 East 66 Street
212.202.3270
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SAFFRONART

595 Madison Avenue
212.627.5006
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SIGRID FREUNDORFER FINE ART

790 Madison Avenue, Suite 602
212.517.9700

SKARSTEDT

20 East 79 Street
212.737.2060
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STELLAN HOLM GALLERY

1018 Madison Avenue, Floor 2
212.627.7444
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SUNDARAM TAGORE GALLERY

1100 Madison Avenue
212.288.2889
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TAKA ISHII GALLERY NEW YORK

23 East 67 Street, 3rd Floor
646.912.9300
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TAYLOR | GRAHAM

32 East 67 Street
212.535.5767
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TRINITY HOUSE PAINTINGS

24 East 64 Street, Suite 2F
212.813.0700
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VAN DE WEGHE

1018 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor
212.744.1900
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VENUS

980 Madison Avenue, 3rd Floor
212.980.0700
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VIVIAN HORAN FINE ART

35 East 67 Street
212.517.9410
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LESLIE FEELY GALLERY

33 East 68 Street, 5th Floor
212.988.0040
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CALENDAR: Saturday, April 29th, 2017

Below please find a list of curator talks at all participating galleries. To attend any of these Talks, kindly RSVP below.

11:00 AM

ACQUAVELLA GALLERIES

Tour with Michael Findlay regarding Miró's Constellations as part of Calder / Miró Constellations
In collaboration with the Pace Gallery
Miró Constellations on view at Acquavella Galleries, Calder Constellations on view at the Pace Gallery, 32 East 57th Street.

11:00 AM

Antiquarium Ltd.

Collecting Antiques

11:00 AM

Arader Galleries

“The Art and Science of John James Audubon”

11:00 AM

L’Antiquaire & The Connoisseur

Using antiques in a modern setting; connoisseurship and how to achieve it.

11:00 AM

Opera Gallery

Opera Gallery presents a curated selection of 20th century classic Masterworks of Picasso, Chagall and Dubuffet to well-known Contemporary and Emerging artists in a beautiful townhouse setting on Madison Avenue.

11:00 AM

Blum & Poe

Walking through Gavin Kenyon’s first solo show at Blum & Poe’s New York Space. New series of cast iron and bronze shrouds made from quilted blankets.

11:30 AM

Macklowe Gallery

Louis Comfort Tiffany: An American Innovator

11:00 AM

Castelli Gallery

The talk will provide a brief introduction to the works on view in the gallery's current exhibition, Robert Morris: Seeing As Is Not Saying That, which features recent works by the artist.

11:00 AM

Les Enluminures

Medieval Art for the Modern Collector - Keegan Goepfert, Vice-President and Director of Les Enluminures, New York and Chicago, will discuss medieval art as a valuable aesthetic and historical counterpoint for collections of modern and contemporary art.

11:00 AM

Howard Greenberg Gallery

A Brief History of Howard Greenberg Gallery and a Guided Tour of Current Exhibitions.

11:00 AM

James Goodman Gallery

Primary and Secondary Gallery Market.

11:00 AM

Jason McCoy Gallery

Frederick Kiesler: Galaxies of the 1950s.

11:30 AM

Nicholas Brawer Gallery

One-of-a-kind Imperial Japanese Navy pressure-proof, armor-plated submarine conning tower binoculars

12:00 PM

FreedmanArt

New York-based painter Kit White will discuss his work in a walk-through of his current exhibition at FreedmanART, "Kit White: The Nature of This Place."

12:00 PM

Gitterman Gallery

Introduction to our exhibition which brings together two artists, Debbie Fleming Caffrey and Michiel Botman, both masters of the gelatin silver print as a medium of self expression.

12:00 PM

Hauser & Worth

TBA

12:00 PM

James Goodman Gallery

Primary and Secondary Gallery Market

12:00 PM

Arlene Angard

Latin American Art in the USA

12:00 PM

Sundaram Tagore Gallery

TBA

12:00 PM

Saffronart

A walkthrough of select works from Saffronart’s June Online Auction.

12:30 PM

Macklowe Gallery

French Art Nouveau Glass

1:00 PM

Blum & Poe

Walking through Gavin Kenyon’s first solo show at Blum & Poe’s New York Space. New series of cast iron and bronze shrouds made from quilted blankets.

1:00 PM

Fine Art Conservation & Restoration, Inc.

The Conservation of Paintings

1:00 PM

James Goodman Gallery

Primary and Secondary Gallery Market.

1:00 PM

Kraushaar Galleries

Artist Talk: Catherine Drabkin will talk about her work, approach to painting and thoughts on process and inspiration.

1:00 PM

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs

On view will be of work by Finnish-British photographer, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen. She is based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the northeast of England and has been – along with other members of the collective she co-founded in the 1960s – documenting the working class and marginalized communities in the immediate area for the past forty-nine years. Two dozen prints of her Byker work recently acquired by Tate Modern are currently on view in the museum’s Switch House extension which opened last June.

1:00 PM

Lois Wagner Fine Arts

Greater New York – A Painter’s Paradise – 19th & 20th Century

1:30 PM

Macklowe Gallery

Art Nouveau Jewelry as an art movement

2:00 PM

Arlene Angard

Latin American Art in the USA

2:00 PM

Didier Aaron, Inc.

TBA

2:00 PM

James Goodman Gallery

Primary and Secondary Gallery Market

2:00 PM

Leonard Hutton Galleries

TBA

2:00 PM

Menconi + Schoelkopf

Marsden Hartley Reappraised

2:00 PM

Rosenberg & Co.

The Rosenberg Legacy and Restitution

2:00 PM

Sundaram Tagore Gallery

TBA

2:00 PM

Van de Weghe

Discussion of the exhibition on view by Henrique Oliveira.

2:00 PM

Erik Thomsen Gallery

Post-War Japanese Calligraphy

2:00 PM

Galerie Mourlot

Mourlot history, lithography and the intersection between modern masters and today’s Contemporary climate.

2:00 PM

Hubert Gallery

New Directions in Collecting Video Art. Townsend Maier will focus on six practicalities of collecting and displaying video art. The talk covers the history of the technologies used by both established and emerging artists.

2:00 PM

Van de Weghe

Discussion of the exhibition on view by Henrique Oliveira.

2:30 PM

Macklowe Gallery

Art Nouveau Furniture

3:00 PM

Gagosian

TBA

3:00 PM

Fine Art Conservation & Restoration, Inc.

David Ferguson: Drawings and Paintings

3:00 PM

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs

On view will be of work by Finnish-British photographer, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen. She is based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the northeast of England and has been – along with other members of the collective she co-founded in the 1960s – documenting the working class and marginalized communities in the immediate area for the past forty-nine years. Two dozen prints of her Byker work recently acquired by Tate Modern are currently on view in the museum’s Switch House extension which opened last June.

3:00 PM

James Goodman Gallery

Primary and Secondary Gallery Market.

3:00 PM

Henrique Faria

Exhibitions Manager Alexandra Schoolman will present an overview of our exhibitions.

3:00 PM

Menconi + Schoelkopf

Joseph Stella - Beyond the Brooklyn Bridge

3:00 PM

Taka Ishii Gallery New York

Review of our current exhibition.

3:00 PM

Vivian Horan Fine Art

Neil Jenney discusses his work and other artists.

3:00 PM

ACQUAVELLA GALLERIES

Tour with Michael Findlay regarding Miró's Constellations as part of Calder / Miró Constellations
In collaboration with the Pace Gallery
Miró Constellations on view at Acquavella Galleries, Calder Constellations on view at the Pace Gallery, 32 East 57th Street.

3:00 PM

Baahng Gallery

Featuring works by Michael McClard, Ron Gorchov, Yooah Park, Julian Schnabel, Lawrence Weiner and Meet the Artist RC Baker, Shelter Serra.

4:00 PM

Baahng Gallery

Featuring works by Michael McClard, Ron Gorchov, Yooah Park, Julian Schnabel, Lawrence Weiner and Meet the Artist RC Baker, Shelter Serra.

4:00 PM

Erik Thomsen Gallery

Post-War Japanese Calligraphy

4:00 PM

Les Enluminures

Collecting Rings: Then and Now - Keegan Goepfert, Vice-President and Director of Les Enluminures, New York and Chicago, will survey ring collectors over the centuries and discuss how today's collectors contribute to this tradition.

4:00 PM

James Goodman Gallery

Primary and Secondary Gallery Market.

4:00 PM

Lois Wagner Fine Arts

Greater New York – A Painter’s Paradise – 19th & 20th Century

4:00 PM

Nailya Alexander Gallery

Nailya Alexander Gallery will be presenting a solo exhibition of work by photographer Alexey Titarenko titled "Alexey Titarenko: The City is a Novel." At 4:00 PM, art historian Dmitry Kiyan will be present to give a talk about Titarenko's sold-out monograph "The City is a Novel," published in 2015 by Damiani and selected by the Wall Street Journal as one of the best photobooks of the year. Born in 1962 in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg, Alexey Titarenko has worked as a photographer and master printer for over thirty years, in four major cities: St. Petersburg, Venice, Havana, and New York. "Alexey Titarenko: The City is a Novel" brings together, for the first time, prints from every phase of Titarenko's career, including rarely exhibited photomantages from his first major series, Nomenclature of Signs; key photographs from his groundbreaking series City of Shadows; and never-before-seen work produced within the past year.

4:00 PM

Rosenberg & Co.

The Rosenberg Legacy and Restitution

5:00 PM

Baahng Gallery

Featuring works by Michael McClard, Ron Gorchov, Yooah Park, Julian Schnabel, Lawrence Weiner and Meet the Artist RC Baker, Shelter Serra.

5:00 PM

Gitterman Gallery

Introduction to our exhibition which brings together two artists, Debbie Fleming Caffrey and Michiel Botman, both masters of the gelatin silver print as a medium of self expression.

5:00 PM

Hubert Gallery

New Directions in Collecting Video Art. Townsend Maier will focus on six practicalities of collecting and displaying video art. The talk covers the history of the technologies used by both established and emerging artists.

5:00 PM

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs

On view will be of work by Finnish-British photographer, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen. She is based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the northeast of England and has been – along with other members of the collective she co-founded in the 1960s – documenting the working class and marginalized communities in the immediate area for the past forty-nine years. Two dozen prints of her Byker work recently acquired by Tate Modern are currently on view in the museum’s Switch House extension which opened last June.

5:00 PM

Mireille Mosler, Ltd.

“Simon Linke’s New Artforum Paintings,” by curator Peter Scott

5:00 PM

Sundaram Tagore Gallery

TBA

6:00 PM

Erik Thomsen Gallery

Post-War Japanese Calligraphy

6:00 PM

Kapoor Galleries, Inc.

A brief introduction to the history of Indian & Himalayan art

6:00 PM

Opera Gallery

Opera Gallery presents a curated selection of 20th century classic Masterworks of Picasso, Chagall and Dubuffet to well-known Contemporary and Emerging artists in a beautiful townhouse setting on Madison Avenue.

7:00 PM

Erik Thomsen Gallery

Post-War Japanese Calligraphy

7:00 PM

RECEPTION

 

ALL DAY

Hammer Galleries

Collecting Impressionist and Modern Masters

ALL DAY

Leslie Feely Gallery

Friedel Dzubas - Sketches

ALL DAY

Skarstedt

Exhibition of new painting and sculpture by George Condo. George Condo currently has a solo show, Confrontation, at the Museum Berggruen in Berlin, Germany, and he has just opened a solo exhibition George Condo: The Way I think-Drawings, 1974-2016 at the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C."

ALL DAY

Venus

Bernard Buffet: Paintings from 1956 to 1999

CONTACT

For more information, email information@madisonavebid.org or call 212.861.2055