Bernarducci Gallery

Bernarducci Gallery Bernarducci Gallery is the foremost venue for New Precisionist painting. Frank Bernarducci is a longtime 57th street art dealer, champion of realist art.
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New Precisionism

The future is the present
04/03/2020

The future is the present

04/27/2019
Opening next Thursday, April 25th, “Curt Hoppe: Downtown Portraits”
04/18/2019

Opening next Thursday, April 25th, “Curt Hoppe: Downtown Portraits”

Lineage Emily Copeland on view through April 6
03/24/2019

Lineage Emily Copeland on view through April 6

Lineage Emily Copeland on view through April 6 @ Bernarducci Gallery
03/24/2019

Lineage Emily Copeland on view through April 6 @ Bernarducci Gallery

01/22/2019
 enjoying the paintings in our stand at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
12/09/2018

enjoying the paintings in our stand at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair

Goodnight  . Goodnight  goodnight
12/09/2018

Goodnight . Goodnight goodnight

Change up to the booth featuring  “If I’m Not Perfect by Tomorrow”
12/08/2018

Change up to the booth featuring “If I’m Not Perfect by Tomorrow”

Young Collectors night at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
12/07/2018

Young Collectors night at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair

PULSE Miami Beach 2014
12/06/2018

PULSE Miami Beach 2014

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
12/05/2018

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair

.studio iridescent paintings are shimmering PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
12/05/2018

.studio iridescent paintings are shimmering PULSE Contemporary Art Fair

 skillfully painted theatrical costumes on view PULSE Contemporary Art Fair He’s British you know.
12/05/2018

skillfully painted theatrical costumes on view PULSE Contemporary Art Fair He’s British you know.

Meet Coco
12/04/2018

Meet Coco

 micro managing these 6x8 inch paintings which will be in view at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair booth N-103
12/03/2018

micro managing these 6x8 inch paintings which will be in view at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair booth N-103

Last year at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair  Sharon Moody’s troupe l’oeil comics stole the show! See her new work in our bo...
12/03/2018

Last year at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair Sharon Moody’s troupe l’oeil comics stole the show! See her new work in our booth N-103

.painter from Seoul, S. Korea to Miami Beach, FLA PULSE Contemporary Art Fair with
12/03/2018

.painter from Seoul, S. Korea to Miami Beach, FLA PULSE Contemporary Art Fair with

Images is modernist technology by  Will Fisk    See you in Miami
12/02/2018

Images is modernist technology by Will Fisk See you in Miami

Random New York scenes
12/02/2018

Random New York scenes

 is ready for Miami
12/02/2018

is ready for Miami

 ’s precisionist paintings of endangered animals will be one of the artists on view at  next week in Miami. Email us for...
12/01/2018

’s precisionist paintings of endangered animals will be one of the artists on view at next week in Miami. Email us for VIP passes.

 studio @ Cecconi's Dumbo
11/30/2018

studio @ Cecconi's Dumbo

In Miami if you want it.  Dec 6-9        .studio
11/29/2018

In Miami if you want it. Dec 6-9 .studio

“Be sure not to miss booths by returning galleries such as Bernarducci Gallery from New York, exhibiting contemporary re...
11/29/2018

“Be sure not to miss booths by returning galleries such as Bernarducci Gallery from New York, exhibiting contemporary realist painting, specializing in New Precisionism.”

PULSE Miami Beach 2018 will bring together over 70 galleries from around the world, offering a multi-faceted and engaging experience.

The esteemed Professor Donald Kuspit on  thanks to
11/28/2018

The esteemed Professor Donald Kuspit on thanks to

Thank you for the shout out Noah and Donald and congratulations to John Baeder!
11/27/2018

Thank you for the shout out Noah and Donald and congratulations to John Baeder!

Baeder’s paintings of diners, meticulously executed as though they were shrines, are all about gluttony, one of the seven deadly sins.

Emily’s solo show coming in March
11/26/2018

Emily’s solo show coming in March

Emily Copeland, Western alumna, dedicates her time to charcoal and paper.

Downtown portraits next April
11/26/2018

Downtown portraits next April

In a bit of a continued interest with New York artists, we look at the painter and photographer Curt Hoppe.

   46x54” on view at  Miami Beach
11/21/2018

46x54” on view at Miami Beach

Donald Kuspit's rave review of the spiritual pastels by Daniel Massad at the Palmer Art Center, Penn State. Only in Whit...
11/17/2018

Donald Kuspit's rave review of the spiritual pastels by Daniel Massad at the Palmer Art Center, Penn State. Only in Whitehot!

Daniel Massad’s tenebristic still lifes –the twenty-two pastels that are the climactic, most extraordinary works of his long career.

 oil on canvas, 77 x 51 inches will be unveiled at  December 6 - 9. Choose a title and if selected, you’ll receive a fre...
11/14/2018

oil on canvas, 77 x 51 inches will be unveiled at December 6 - 9. Choose a title and if selected, you’ll receive a free catalog and a VIP pass for 2 to Pulse.

  New York
11/11/2018

New York

Sharon Moody  hits it out of the ball park with these new works for Pulse Miami Beach 2018.
11/09/2018

Sharon Moody hits it out of the ball park with these new works for Pulse Miami Beach 2018.

We all have a few stories about Andy.
11/08/2018

We all have a few stories about Andy.

  retrospective at the Palmer Art Museum at  Pennsylvania State University reminds us of the poems of Rimbaud. The etche...
11/07/2018

retrospective at the Palmer Art Museum at Pennsylvania State University reminds us of the poems of Rimbaud. The etched stone of the Roman Empire, the dusty floor of a ceramicists studio and the pantry in grandma’s kitchen. The pastel next to which Dan is standing was first exhibited in a show I curated for Peter Tatistcheff Gallery and is mow in the collection of the @ Palmer Museum of Art

 wins award for coolest voting photo of the night. Follow her to see the whole picture.
11/07/2018

wins award for coolest voting photo of the night. Follow her to see the whole picture.

December 6-9
11/06/2018

December 6-9

Address

529 West 20th Street
New York, NY
10001

Opening Hours

Tuesday 11am - 6pm
Wednesday 11am - 6pm
Thursday 11am - 6pm
Friday 11am - 6pm
Saturday 11am - 6pm

Telephone

+12125933757

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Exhibiting New Precisionism

Frank Bernarducci, a longtime 57th Street art dealer and champion of realist painters, has opened a 4,000 square foot ground floor space in Chelsea. Bernarducci Gallery continues to exhibit contemporary realist painting, specializing in New Precisionism. The Gallery represents many of the established painters with whom Bernarducci has had a long relationship, as well as the work of emerging artists.

Bernarducci began his career as an art dealer, following in his father's footsteps. Frank Sr., a painter and student of the Hans Hofmann School of Art, was a founding member of the Phoenix Gallery, established in 1958 at the height of the abstract expressionist movement known as The New York School. In 1984, Frank Jr. opened the Frank Bernarducci Gallery across the street from Andy Warhol’s Union Square factory, exhibiting work by such artists as David Wojnarowicz, Martin Wong, Daze, Rick Prol, Futura, Ronnie Cutrone, Rammelzee and Keith Haring. He curated shows not only in the gallery setting but at nightclubs as well, including Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager’s Palladium.

As his program evolved, Bernarducci began to exhibit more contemporary realism and mounted solo shows by Stephen Hannock and Robert Terry, as well as survey exhibitions that included work by prominent realist painters such as Martha Diamond and Jane Freilicher. By the late 1980s, Bernarducci moved the operation to SoHo on Broadway and Prince Street where he continued showing primarily emerging artists.

Throughout the 1990s Bernarducci worked as director of two important realist galleries – Tastischeff and Co and Fischbach Gallery, both on 57th Street. There he represented the paintings of John Stuart Ingle, Jane Wilson, Leigh Behnke, Lois Dodd and many others, including G. Daniel Massad, whom he continues to represent. In 2000 he opened Bernarducci Meisel Gallery, where he worked to establish and elevate the careers of well known realist and hyperrealist artists, such as the West Coast pop artist Mel Ramos, placing their works in important public and private collections.

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