Anita Shapolsky Gallery (Anita Shapolsky)

Gallery in The Upper East Side area

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Anita Shapolsky Gallery opened in a pristine, large, minimal space in Soho in 1982 with a collection of American Abstract Art from the 50's. By 1989 Latin American Artist exhibitions were also included in her schedule.
In 1997 the Anita Shapolsky Gallery moved to a Brownstone house in the Upper East Side of Manhattan and established an Art Foundation in a large church in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.
All these different venues showed the abstract art in other environments and established an interplay between visual art, architecture and landscape. In so doing this create an unmistakably American setting and a haven for people with a serious interest in contemporary art.

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Permanent Artists/Collection

Rodolfo Abularach, Peter Agostini, Karel Appel, Thomas Beckman, Seymour Boardman, Ilya Bolotowsky, Ernest Briggs, Lawrence Calcagno, Nicolas Carone, Perez Celis, Bruce Checefsky, Nassos Daphnis, Haydn Davies, Lynne Drexler, Friedel Dzubas, Amaranth Ehrenhalt, Claire Falkenstein, Agustin Fernandez, Joseph Fiore, John Hultberg, Carol Hunt, Buffie Johnson, Albert Kotin, Ibram Lassaw, Jenny Lee, Martee Levi, Michael Loew, William Manning, Jeanne Miles, Leonard Nelson, Louise Nevelson, Tom Nonn, Jeanne Reynal, Richards Ruben, William Saroyan, William Scharf, Ethel Schwabacher, Thomas Sills, Nancy Steinson, Antoni Tapies, Yvonne Thomas, Erik Van der Grijn, Wilfrid Zogbaum.

Opening hours

From 11:00 to 18:00
Summer ats 2011: June: Tue – Fri 11 – 6pm. July: Tue – Thu 11 – 5 pm or by appointment
Closed on Mondays, Sundays




Address: 152 E 65th St., New York City, NY 10065
Phone: 212-452-1094 Fax: 212-452-1096

Between Lexington and 3rd Ave. Subway: F to 63rd St, 6 to 68th St./Hunter College

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