Marianne Boesky Gallery

Contemporary art.

Marianne Boesky Gallery was established in 1996 in New York City. Since its inception, the gallery’s mission has been to represent and support the work of emerging and mid-career international artists of all media. Among those artists whose early careers were supported by the gallery are Lisa Yuskavage, Sarah Sze, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, and Barnaby Furnas. As the gallery’s program has continued to grow and evolve, it has welcomed such critically recognized artists as Sanford Biggers, Gina Beavers, the Haas Brothers, Jay Heikes, Donald Moffett, Serge Alain Nitegeka, and William J. O’Brien, among many others. It has also come to include the work of established and renowned artists such as Jennifer Bartlett, Pier Paolo Calzolari, and Frank Stella, as well as the estates of Salvatore Scarpitta and Maria Lai. In 2016, the gallery consolidated its locations across the city and expanded its Chelsea flagship to include the adjacent space at 507 W. 24th Street. The addition more than doubled the gallery’s footprint in Chelsea to approximately 13,000 square feet. In 2017, the gallery opened a 3,000-square-foot outpost in Aspen, Colorado, providing a new context in which to shows artists from and outside its program.

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1. Installation view of Pier Paolo Calzolari: AND I SAY. Photo credit: Matt Grubb. 2. Installation view of Frank Stella. Photo credit: Matt Grubb. 3. Installation view of Jessica Jackson Hutchins: I Do Choose. Photo credit: Jason Wyche. 4. Installation view of Thiago Rocha Pitta: The First Green. Photo credit: Jason Wyche. 5. Installation view of Hannah van Bart: The Smudge Waves Back. Photo credit: Jason Wyche