Marianne Boesky Gallery

Marianne Boesky Gallery 507 & 509 West 24th Street
Tues. – Sat., 10 am – 6 pm The gallery expanded its flagship location in 2016 to the adjacent space on West 24th Street.
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Since its inception in 1996, Marianne Boesky Gallery’s mission has been to represent and support the work of contemporary international artists of all media. This space more than doubles the gallery's footprint in Chelsea, allowing for ever more ambitious solo and group shows that highlight dynamic narratives and parallels across artist, media, and theme. In 2017, the gallery opened a location in

Aspen, CO, presenting rotating exhibitions by both gallery artists and artists invited to present special projects. Marianne Boesky Gallery currently represents over 30 esteemed artists of different generations and backgrounds. These recent expansions highlight the gallery's ongoing experimentations with space and architecture as well as its continued commitment to the needs and interests of its dynamic roster of artists from around the globe.

Inspired by the Dutch Golden Age, Hannah van Bart’s atmospheric portraits, still lifes, and landscapes take subtle pleas...
06/17/2023

Inspired by the Dutch Golden Age, Hannah van Bart’s atmospheric portraits, still lifes, and landscapes take subtle pleasure in the spiritual through subject and materiality. She brings together figures, interiors and exteriors as if to suggest there are no distinctions between the subjects. Figures or anthropomorphized figures appear and reappear in van Bart’s paintings and drawings, and her style is marked by distinctive outlines, repeated patterning, and layered brushwork in matte palettes.

This work is currently on view at booth C15

Hannah van Bart, Untitled, 2023, oil on linen, 21 5/8 x 17 3/4 inches, 55 x 45 cm

Throughout her practice, Sarah Meyohas experiments with complex uses of holographic and photographic technology to expan...
06/16/2023

Throughout her practice, Sarah Meyohas experiments with complex uses of holographic and photographic technology to expand upon her long-standing engagement with optics and perception—unearthing potential connections among nature, culture, technology, and humanity. 

In ’s ‘Art of Living Well’—a column that explores how tastemakers think about luxury—Meyohas gives us an intimate look at the small, savory indulgences that anchor her.

Read the full interview at the link in our bio.

Check out her current exhibition on view through June 30.
509 West 24th Street, New York

Out of concern for the health and safety of our staff and visitors, Marianne Boesky Gallery will be closed today due to ...
06/08/2023

Out of concern for the health and safety of our staff and visitors, Marianne Boesky Gallery will be closed today due to the city’s current air quality.

We hope to reopen tomorrow, June 9th, 10am — 6pm.

Currently on view:
Sarah Meyohas | 509 West 24th Street
Purple Prose | 507 West 24th Street

Sun setting soon on Frieze week LA!  Thanks for the art, the energy, the love and the views!
02/19/2023

Sun setting soon on Frieze week LA! Thanks for the art, the energy, the love and the views!

Only in LA can you find a tree to climb like this!  Excited to be here for our first Frieze LA presentation opening this...
02/15/2023

Only in LA can you find a tree to climb like this! Excited to be here for our first Frieze LA presentation opening this Thursday at the Santa Monica Airport. Come visit our solo booth of Jennifer Bartlett Fire paintings (Booth H09) 😎 😎 😎

Back in the studio today with the amazing Danielle Mckinney this morning!    💖🔥
02/11/2023

Back in the studio today with the amazing Danielle Mckinney this morning! 💖🔥

Huge congrats to my crazy talented little cuz! And big kisses to his mom and dad today!         !!
02/06/2023

Huge congrats to my crazy talented little cuz! And big kisses to his mom and dad today! !!

Merida on my mind… still thinking about the incredible visit with Mary Lovelace O’neal and Patricio Moreno Toro who took...
02/06/2023

Merida on my mind… still thinking about the incredible visit with Mary Lovelace O’neal and Patricio Moreno Toro who took this amazing photo in their living room with one of his paintings behind me. 🔥🔥🔥💖

Incredible visit with the spectacular Mary Lovelace O’neal!
02/03/2023

Incredible visit with the spectacular Mary Lovelace O’neal!

Back in the Bay Area!  Always nice to visit old friends… Frank Stella’s “Charlotte Tokayer”, 1963 Metallic paint on canv...
01/15/2023

Back in the Bay Area! Always nice to visit old friends… Frank Stella’s “Charlotte Tokayer”, 1963 Metallic paint on canvas, on view

Wishing everyone a beautiful, and happy start to 2023!! With love and gratitude always!!💖✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
01/02/2023

Wishing everyone a beautiful, and happy start to 2023!! With love and gratitude always!!💖✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

Wishing everyone a happy happy holiday from Paris with 💖💫
12/25/2022

Wishing everyone a happy happy holiday from Paris with 💖💫

11/09/2022
Today at 12PM EDT: The annual SAIC Art Auction will open for online bidding through  and remain open to bid through Nove...
11/01/2022

Today at 12PM EDT: The annual SAIC Art Auction will open for online bidding through and remain open to bid through November 14th. All proceeds from the auction go toward raising need-based and merit-based student scholarships to emerging artists, designers, educators, and scholars from around the world.

On November 11th, an in-person benefit and live auction dedicated to the SAIC community and contributing artists will be held at the SAIC galleries in Chicago.

In order of appearance, the works donated by our artists include:
Sanford Biggers, "Crowded House," 2022
Jessica Jackson Hutchins, "Cleaved," 2022
Celeste Rapone, "Whitener," 2016

Check out  and  in conversation with  on her new podcast series ‘Noble Champions,’ where she sits down with today’s lead...
10/31/2022

Check out and in conversation with on her new podcast series ‘Noble Champions,’ where she sits down with today’s leading artists, authors, activists, and progressive thinkers who stand up, stick up and speak up for important causes.

In this premier episode, the three artists come together for a profound and far-reaching conversation about the relationship between art and spirit - how spirituality informs their work, creativity as a spiritual ritual, how art mirrors culture, and the toll the act of creating can take on artists.

Link in bio to listen.

Ahead of her retrospective at the MUCEM in Marseille, France this December, Ghada Amer's new garden installation “A Woma...
10/09/2022

Ahead of her retrospective at the MUCEM in Marseille, France this December, Ghada Amer's new garden installation “A Woman’s Voice is Revolution” is currently on view at Fort Saint-Jean through April 16, 2023. This is Amer's first garden sculpture in Arabic, and undoubtedly one of her more political works. Directly challenging the well-known Arabic proverb “A Woman’s Voice is shameful,” Amer strategically changes one letter in the proverb to subvert its message and erase the shame associated with women’s voices. What once read as a militant admonition against entrusting affairs to women has been transformed into an empowering feminist slogan: "A Woman’s Voice is Revolution" Visit the link in our bio to read more about the work on 's official blog. 📸 Photos by Yves Inchierman

Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present 'When will my feet catch fire?,' a solo presentation of five new paintings...
09/02/2022

Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present 'When will my feet catch fire?,' a solo presentation of five new paintings and one sculptural work by Lagos, Nigeria-based artist Chidinma Nnoli.

The works on view explore various modes of processing trauma and healing, and delve into the ways in which stigma, dissociation, and dominant societal narratives limit discourses around traumatic events. They explore the emotions––liberating as well as daunting––born of claiming one’s independence. For Nnoli, the works pose the question: “When will the things I am going through be ‘big’ enough for me to speak about?”

Open Thursday, September 8 | 6 - 8PM
509 W 24th Street, New York, NYnnoli

Getting ready for an exciting program this Fall in New York…Danielle McKinney, GOLDEN HOUROpening October 13, 2022 ✨    ...
08/30/2022

Getting ready for an exciting program this Fall in New York…

Danielle McKinney, GOLDEN HOUR
Opening October 13, 2022 ✨

Yeh… this trip south is actually happening today.  Raining tears of joy, pride and empty nest syndrome!
08/18/2022

Yeh… this trip south is actually happening today. Raining tears of joy, pride and empty nest syndrome!

Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York is closed this week as our team enjoys some much needed R&R, so we can recharge for an...
08/08/2022

Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York is closed this week as our team enjoys some much needed R&R, so we can recharge for an exciting fall just around the corner☀️

…But since art never sleeps, our Aspen gallery pop up remains open Tuesday through Saturday, 601 East Hyman Ave.

NOW OPEN: Part II of our summer exhibition series ‘Material Alchemy’ in collaboration with Carpenters Workshop Gallery i...
07/31/2022

NOW OPEN: Part II of our summer exhibition series ‘Material Alchemy’ in collaboration with Carpenters Workshop Gallery is now on view through September 3, 2022. 601 East Hyman Ave, 2nd Floor, Aspen, CO.

‘Material Alchemy Part II’ explores the radical effect the Italian Arte Povera movement had on art and design, exhibiting artworks that reject material hierarchies, demonstrate a formal honesty, and generate a new hybrid natural-industrial language. Bridging a gap between the found and the made, exhibited artists use raw and unprocessed materials to forge an immediate connection between viewer and object.

Pier Paolo Calzolari, Senza Tituló, 2021

07/18/2022

After encountering a vintage photograph of two African-American soldiers engaged in a fencing match, masks became a recurring theme throughout Allison Janae Hamilton's work. “When I saw the photo of the fencing soldiers, I began thinking about Black American soldiers particularly from the rural south fighting in both world wars who would fight for the country only to return to the same or worse conditions of racial violence and apartheid," said Hamilton.

Her videos and photographs feature a recurring cast of masked protagonists, similarly fashioned from the natural materials used in her stand-alone sculptures. Embellishing these masks with natural materials such as reclaimed wood, feathers, flowers, and animal hides, Hamilton assigns the armor with a new mythic character. These characters continue Hamilton's exploration into the historical myths used to justify violent expansion and their present-day effect on landscapes and those living therein, not only in the American South but throughout the world at large.

Allison Janae Hamilton, Ringneck Mask, 2021
ON VIEW at 509 W 24th Street, New York

07/04/2022

While the sun sets on some of our core liberties this 4th of July, the ironies of “freedom”, as defined by our foreFATHERS, is not lost and ALL women and men will continue to expect more and stand strong.

Ghada Amer, My Body My Choice, 2022.
06/24/2022

Ghada Amer, My Body My Choice, 2022.

‘Constant Carnival: The Haas Brothers in Context’ at the Katonah Museum of Art, closes this Sunday, June 26th. For those...
06/23/2022

‘Constant Carnival: The Haas Brothers in Context’ at the Katonah Museum of Art, closes this Sunday, June 26th.

For those who have not yet visited the exhibition, it traces the history of the carnivalesque from the 16th century to the present, putting historical works in conversation with the Haas Brothers’ contemporary designs. In the spirit of the carnivalesque, the exhibition transcends cultures and time periods, animating the Haas Brothers’ innovative works in response to the fantastical creatures of Hieronymus Bosch’s or the scatological assemblages of Mike Kelley.

Marianne Boesky Gallery and Carpenters Workshop Gallery are pleased to announce the launch of a collaborative exhibition...
06/22/2022

Marianne Boesky Gallery and Carpenters Workshop Gallery are pleased to announce the launch of a collaborative exhibition series in Aspen, Colorado, this summer.

Titled 'Material Alchemy,' the two-part exhibition will feature a co-curated thematic selection of works from each gallery’s respective program of artists. The exhibition allows for unique artistic dialogues that extend across the realms of art and design, including artists who explore ideas of materiality and process in their work.

Material Alchemy Part I: June 30 – July 23, 2022
Material Alchemy Part II: August 2 – September 3, 2022

Through this joint exhibition, the galleries will expand upon their shared commitment to fostering an ongoing engagement within Aspen’s vibrant art community.

Congratulations  for the third and final iteration of his survey exhibition of quilt-based works, including 33 works dat...
06/21/2022

Congratulations for the third and final iteration of his survey exhibition of quilt-based works, including 33 works dating from 2012-2020.

Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch
Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY
On view through Saturday, June 26th, 2022.

📸Photos by Mindy Best

Marianne Boesky Gallery is excited to present ‘Pastel Looks,’ an exhibition of new works on paper by Gina Beavers💋Openin...
06/18/2022

Marianne Boesky Gallery is excited to present ‘Pastel Looks,’ an exhibition of new works on paper by Gina Beavers💋

Opening June 23, 2022 | 6 - 8 PM
509 W 24th Street, New York

With these works, Beavers continues her examination of the performative nature and myopic self-obsession of social media, particularly within the phenomenon of makeup tutorials. Beavers sources imagery and inspiration from Ins­tagram, YouTube, and other online platforms, mimicking stills from make-up tutorials and “food porn.” Re-engaging with pastels as a medium, she speaks to the immediacy of drawing as it parallels the rapid-fire rush of content on social media and the proliferation of consumer culture. The use of pastels references both a commonly recognized tool in Western artmaking and an online genre of makeup techniques called “pastel looks;” thus the title of the show acts as a double entendre that both indicates and enacts the collapse of language into meme-ready sound bites.

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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, Yosh*tomo Nara, and Barnaby Furnas. As the gallery's program has continued to grow and evolve, it has welcomed such critically recognized artists as Diana Al-Hadid, Sanford Biggers, Sue de Beer, 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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