Announces its second annual event

Announces its second annual event

New York Gallery Week

March 17, 2011


New York Gallery is pleased to announce its second annual event, scheduled from Friday, May 6 to Sunday, May 8, 2011.

Following 2010’s highly successful kick-off year, this year’s NYGW has expanded with the participation of 60 contemporary art galleries and not-for-profit spaces. And once again, complementing the 60 solo exhibitions will be scores of free events and programs, such as guided gallery tours by artists, curators, art historians; panel discussion; film screenings; performances; special artist receptions; book signings; and more.

This year’s NYGW will benefit the Whitney Museum. In conjunction with NYGW, members of the museum’s curatorial staff will participate in select programs throughout the weekend; and the weekend will culminate with NYGW’s own gala (Saturday, May 7) held at the Museum.

Like 2010, New York Gallery Week is actually a long weekend where galleries are open with extended hours. The 60 galleries and not-for-profit spaces span Chelsea, SoHo, the Lower East Side/Bowery, West Village, the Upper East Side, and 57th Street.

Additional promotional support is being given by The Exhibitionist (, a recently launched iPhone app which will map out the gallery locations, include condensed exhibition write-ups, and highlight the special events.

About New York Gallery Week 2011

New York Gallery Week seeks to reinforce the relationship between its participants and non-for-profit exhibition spaces. The goal of NYGW is to strengthen the synergy between artists, galleries and public institutions and to focus public attention on the city’s long-standing exceptional gallery programming.

All gallery and exhibition information and programs list will be featured on

Participants & confirmed solo shows
303 Gallery – Florian Maier-Aichen
Miguel Abreu Gallery – Raha Raissnia
Alexander and Bonin – Fernando Bryce
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery – Cheryl Donegan, Thomas Meacham
Marianne Boesky Gallery – Sean Landers, Salvatore Scarpitta
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery – Gillian Wearing
Bortolami Gallery – Aaron Young
Gavin Brown’s enterprise – Rob Pruitt
CRG Gallery – Ori Gersht
Canada – Michael Williams
Cheim & Read – Louise Bourgeois
James Cohan Gallery – Folkert de Jong
Lisa Cooley – Matt Sheridan Smith
D’Amelio Terras – Matt Keegan, Robert Moskowitz
Eleven Rivington – Caetano de Almeida
Elizabeth Dee Gallery – Renée Green
Derek Eller Gallery – Ivan Witenstein
Feature, Inc. – Naoto Nakagawa
Zach Feuer Gallery – Dasha Shishkin, Frank Benson and Ken Price
Foxy Production – Olga Chernysheva
James Fuentes, LLC – Alison Knowles
Laurel Gitien – Jesse Willenbring
Marian Goodman Gallery – William Kentridge
Alexander Gray Associates – Joan Semmel
Greenberg Van Doren Gallery – Alan Shields
Greene Naftali – John Knight
Algus Greenspon – TBA
Jack Hanley Gallery – TBA
Harris Lieberman – TBA
Hauser & Wirth – Subodh Gupta
Casey Kaplan – Garth Weiser
Sean Kelly Gallery – Robert Mapplethorpe
Anton Kern Gallery – Mark Grotjahn
Kimmerich – Steven Claydon
Nicole Klagsbrun – Amy Granat, Xaviera Simmons
Andrew Kreps Gallery – Roe Ethridge
Lehmann Maupin Gallery – Ashley Bickerton, Kara Walker
Galerie Lelong – Jaume Plensa
Luhring Augustine – Martin Kippenberger
Metro Pictures – Louise Lawler
Mitchell-Innes & Nash – Leon Kossoff
David Nolan New York – Alexander Ross
On Stellar Rays – Debo Eilers
The Pace Gallery – Richard Tuttle, Li Songsong
Perry Rubenstein Gallery – Richard Woods
Friedrich Petzel Gallery – Sean Landers
Andrea Rosen Gallery – Katy Moran
Jack Shainman Gallery – Radcliffe Bailey
Sikkema Jenkins & Co. – Kara Walker
Sperone Westwater – TBA
Taxter & Spengemann – Carter Mull
Team Gallery – Jakob Kolding, David Ratcliff
Rachel Uffner Gallery – Hilary Harnischfeger
Wallspace – John Divola
Tracy Williams, Ltd – Judy Ledgerwood
David Zwirner – Donald Judd

Artists Space
Creative Time
The Drawing Center
Friends of the High Line
The Kitchen
Printed Matter
Public Art Fund
Sculpture Center
Swiss Institute
White Columns

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