Allan Stone Projects

Gallery in The Chelsea 22nd area

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Allan Stone Projects is a private gallery with far-reaching collection of modern masterworks, contemporary art, tribal and folk art, Americana, and important decorative arts and industrial design. The gallery curates scholarly exhibitions in its areas of expertise; produces original publications; advises collectors; and participates in art fairs internationally. Admired for its eclectic approach and early advocacy of pivotal artists of the 20th century, Allan Stone Projects – formerly known as the Allan Stone Gallery – opened in its new space in Manhattan’s West Chelsea arts district in November 2013.

Founded in 1960 by visionary connoisseur and dealer Allan Stone (1932 – 2006), the gallery known today as Allan Stone Projects has been admired for over half a century.

Stone was a leading authority on Abstract Expressionism, an early advocate for and collector of works by Willem de Kooning, Arshile Gorky, Franz Kline, Joseph Cornell, and John Graham, as well works by such celebrated artists as John Chamberlain, Wayne Thiebaud, César Baldaccini, and Arman. The gallery also promoted and collected the work of a younger generation of living artists, including Robert S. Neuman, Robert Arneson, Dennis Clive, Jack Whitten, Robert Baribeau, James Grashow, Robert Mallary, and Richard Hickam, among many others, whose aesthetic tendencies suggested intriguing connections to the historical holdings of his gallery’s collection.

Today the prodigious inventory of Allan Stone Projects stands as a unique amalgam in which major tendencies in Modern art can be traced across time and breakthroughs to the present day.

Long located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, the Stone enterprise announced a new structure, mission, and focus in fall 2013, transitioning from a public to a private format and moving to a new space in the West Chelsea arts district of Manhattan.

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Permanent Artists/Collection

John Anderson, Arman, Robert Baribeau, David Beck, Rosamond Berg, Cesar, John Chamberlain, Serge Clement & Marina Kamera, Dennis Clive, Joseph Cornell, Rebecca Cuming, Stan Dann, Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Willem de Kooning, Nguyen Ducmanh, John Evans, Dan Falt, Peter France, Antonio Gaudi, Archile Gorky, John Graham, James Grashow, Derrick Guild, Richard Haden, James Havard, Richard Hickam, Kazuko Inoue, Walk Jurkeiwicz, Elizabeth King, Franz Kline, Gaston Lachaise, Alfred Leslie, Joan Levy, Daniel Ludwig, Robert Mallay, Steven McCallum, Jerry McLaughlin, Sue Miller, Gina Minichino, Richard Minsky, Diana Moore, Robert S. Neuman, Dan O'Neal, John Parks, Al Pounders, Robert Rasely, Stephen Cornelius Roberts, Jay Rosenblum, Vladimir Salamun, Ron Schwerin, Lorraine Shemesh, Philip Sherrod, Oriane Stender, Phil Sultz, Wayne Thiebaud, Kurt Tranpedach, Ralph Turturro, William Umbreit, Robert Valdes, Joe Wheelwright

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Address: 535 W 22nd St., Fl.3, New York, NY, 10011
Phone: 212-987-4997

Between 10th and 11th Ave. Subway: C/E to 23rd Street

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