The Met Breuer

The Brutalist building designed by Marcel Breuer on the southeast corner of Madison Avenue and 75th Street is, along with Frank Lloyd Wright’s inverted building on Fifth Avenue for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, one of the city’s iconic postwar landmarks of modern architecture. Formerly the home of The Whitney Museum, The … Read More

The Peter Tunney Experience

Peter Tunney is a New York-based artist, and his work, which frequently mixes and varies in media, is described as relics of the constant performance that is the artist's life. Read More


From the silent era to the present, Posteritati is not only an archive and a gallery, but also the world’s premier dealer of vintage and contemporary movie art. Read More

303 Gallery

303 Gallery and principal Lisa Spellman have fostered the careers of critically acclaimed artists working in a variety of media. Read More

Foxy Production

The gallery features international emerging artists in solo and curated group shows and exhibits a wide range of media, including video, sculpture, performance, painting and photography. Read More

Cheim & Read

Founded in 1997 by co-owners John Cheim & Howard Read from the Robert Miller Gallery, this prestigious Chelsea hallmark has had two homes in the art-centric neighborhood. Read More

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (colloquially The Met) is grandiose in every sense of the word. Read More

The Frick Collection

The Frick Collection is one of New York City's most beloved cultural treasures. Read More

Gagosian Gallery

Along with art world luminaries such as Jeff Koons and Richard Prince, Gagosian’s A-list roster of artists also includes Damien Hirst. Read More

Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim's collection encompasses work from the Impressionist, Post Impressionist and Modernist eras and is dedicated to showing work from the 20th century and beyond. Read More