UNIX Gallery

UNIX Gallery Located in New York's Chelsea gallery district, we represent an exceptional selection of both established and emerging contemporary artists.
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Aiming at providing a forum for innovative exhibitions and artistic exchange, UNIX Gallery meticulously selects artists based on their individual signature style. Artists represented by UNIX Gallery have exhibited extensively in galleries, museums, and showcased at art fairs world-wide. As a gallery specialized in the primary and secondary market, UNIX Gallery commits to the highest standards of c

onnoisseurship and professionalism and eagerly expands within the present, evolving contemporary art market. Functioning as an aperture to the future, the Gallery prides itself to introduce and establish prospective artistic mediums and visions into a forever evolving art world.

Beautiful work by gallery artist   being installed in its new home in NYC!Real Gabinete Portugues de Leitura, Rio de Jan...
04/08/2022

Beautiful work by gallery artist being installed in its new home in NYC!

Real Gabinete Portugues de Leitura, Rio de Janeiro #3, 1937 |2021, 59x65 in | 150 x 165 cm
Mineral pigment on cotton paper, Ed of 5

03/23/2022

Visceral portraits by
By replacing flesh and features with thick strokes of pigment, Shin reflects the tumult of thoughts and emotions that lay concealed below our surfaces and that fundamentally shape our identities.

We are thrilled to announce the representation of Spanish artist Rubèn Rodrigo (). His pictorial work is influenced by t...
03/14/2022

We are thrilled to announce the representation of Spanish artist Rubèn Rodrigo ().

His pictorial work is influenced by the New York School's expanded color field painting, surrealist tachism, and by certain concepts of Japanese Shintoism such as chance. This controlled chance, mystery and a certain tactile quality related to lightness are present in his work.

In his canvases Rodrigo explores the formal possibilities of color in fields.
practically monochromatic. "I want to reach maximum purity by means of a
a unique stain process that the Japanese call sumi-e and that alludes to an ancestral monochromatic technique of naturalistic character that pursues the synthesis of the ruled forms of nature through a single stroke of the brush. I am interested in the pulse, the tension, the spirituality and the vitality of the pictorial space".

We are thrilled to announce the representation of Spanish artist Rubèn Rodrigo () His pictorial work is influenced by th...
03/14/2022

We are thrilled to announce the representation of Spanish artist Rubèn Rodrigo ()

His pictorial work is influenced by the New York School's expanded color field painting, surrealist tachism, and by certain concepts of Japanese Shintoism such as chance. This controlled chance, mystery and a certain tactile quality related to lightness are present in his work.

In his canvases Rodrigo explores the formal possibilities of color in fields.
practically monochromatic. "I want to reach maximum purity by means of a
a unique stain process that the Japanese call sumi-e and that alludes to an ancestral monochromatic technique of naturalistic character that pursues the synthesis of the ruled forms of nature through a single stroke of the brush. I am interested in the pulse, the tension, the spirituality and the vitality of the pictorial space".

03/09/2022

Sneak peek at ’s new work ⚡️⚡️

Llewelyn Xavier .xavier is well known for his oil paintings, characterized by multicolored drops of paint applied to the...
03/07/2022

Llewelyn Xavier .xavier is well known for his oil paintings, characterized by multicolored drops of paint applied to the canvas using a series of special tools. Looking at his paintings, it is clear that Xavier looks at the Caribbean, his homeland, as a source of inspiration for his use of color and light. His work often reflects his love for the environment. 

02/21/2022

Almost exclusively vertical in structure, Hisao Hanafusa’s artworks elaborated the possibilities of the horizontal line, using arrangements of tubing and canvas to create patterns that were simultaneously fluid and crisp; visible and hidden.

More of the artist info & artworks on our website!

The works of Spanish-born artist Eugenio Merino () talks about politics, religion and society with the purpose of making...
02/14/2022

The works of Spanish-born artist Eugenio Merino () talks about politics, religion and society with the purpose of making us doubt all supposed truths. For this he may use irony, humor, metaphor or oxymorons, or anything to make art a space for thought and finding the beauty in the idea.

We had the immense pleasure to host 2 exhibitions by Eugenio Merino at UNIX GALLERY: ‘Here Died Warhol’ in 2018 and “Always Shameless” in 2014!

More about his work on our website! ☝️

Beautiful work by our gallery artist   installed at collector’s home!
01/17/2022

Beautiful work by our gallery artist installed at collector’s home!

Come discover Flavia Junqueira for our LAST DAY at  BOOTH AM205Flavia Junqueira introduces us to scenes where the real a...
12/05/2021

Come discover Flavia Junqueira for our LAST DAY at BOOTH AM205
Flavia Junqueira introduces us to scenes where the real and the fictitious, the physical and the allegorical, the present and the past, the adult and the child, are combined; where History becomes a memory. She creates whimsical and festive imaginary landscapes, where we become immersed in the distant scenery of national culture, feeling the weight of history, listening to the silence of the past. Balloons in her works are the performers taking the stage, whatever the theatre is, be it the street or the sky.

On view today and tomorrow at  BOOTH MA205 🔥 C. Michael Norton’s () paintings thrive on a balance between vibrancy and n...
12/04/2021

On view today and tomorrow at BOOTH MA205 🔥
C. Michael Norton’s () paintings thrive on a balance between vibrancy and neutrality; between the organic and the geometric. The works begin as bare linen canvas taped to the floor to collect random markings picked up from works in progress. Relying then upon his intuitive reactions to what has been collected, Norton masterfully utilizes a number of methods of paint application, including using hand-made templates to create lattice-like forms, and squeegeeing layers of paint, to create energetic and surprising compositions.

On View at  BOOTH AM205Renowned for using brilliant colors to reflect the light and life of the Caribbean, Llewellyn Xav...
12/03/2021

On View at BOOTH AM205
Renowned for using brilliant colors to reflect the light and life of the Caribbean, Llewellyn Xavier’s (.xavier) art serves a multiplicity of functions; philosophical as well as aesthetic. Drawing inspiration from contemporaries of American Abstract Expressionism, Xavier’s bold daring vision and grandiose gestures manifest in a boundless energy of sheer force of purpose and power. His artwork is free of restrain, creating a pure vision that is both relevant and immediate.

12/03/2021

On View at BOOTH AM205 🌈
Richard Garet works with sound and new media within the visual arts. His materials emerge from ontological investigations of background noise and the decadence-and-decay of technological utilities. The images and objects in his work stem from processes applied to both outmoded and current technological media, which emulate situations and translate material source into abstractions.

On View at  BOOTH AM205 👀Ellen de Meijer’s ( ) distorted, grey-faced subjects bridge classical figurative portraiture an...
12/02/2021

On View at BOOTH AM205 👀
Ellen de Meijer’s ( ) distorted, grey-faced subjects bridge classical figurative portraiture and surrealist motifs. Disproportionately small bodies on large heads, eyes swollen with fear, rejection, and insecurity, de Meijer’s figures connect to modern trappings – iPhones, Bluetooths, Google Glass – that serve to alienate more than link. Ellen de Meijer regards her ‘ceremony portraits’ as the derailed and dysmorphic human qualities that characterize modern mankind.

On View at  BOOTH AM205 ❤️Athena Anastasiou () explores her own personal mythology that deals with identity and the core...
12/02/2021

On View at BOOTH AM205 ❤️
Athena Anastasiou () explores her own personal mythology that deals with identity and the core concerns of human existence. Her signature style incorporates traditional oil painting and weaving techniques, with long colorful threads bursting picture frames. Anastasiou's lush works connect humans with nature in a very organic and intuitive way. Her elaborate paintings reflect a deeper need to merge with Mother Nature and embrace our origins.

12/01/2021

On view now at
💥 BOOTH MA205

In his paintings, KwangHo Shin ( ) attempts to capture the complexity of human emotion and the experience of the mind, as we perceive it visually. Evoking themes of Abstract Expressionism, Shin employs intense and vibrant colors in order to depict individualistic expression of emotion and a sense of self. He applies charcoal and oils in thick brushstrokes to distort and exaggerate the subject’s facial features.

His technique confronts the viewer with the resulting emotional impact these painterly effects have on our understanding of the subject. Shin’s portraits are able to document the psychological changes and clashes that arise in the self.

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Providing a critical forum for innovative exhibitions and artistic exchange, UNIX Gallery has created a meticulously curated roster of compelling exhibitions and contemporary programs in dialogue with audiences and institutions around the world. Representing an international group of established and emerging artists, UNIX Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in New York's Chelsea gallery district. Specializing in the primary and secondary markets of the contemporary art world, UNIX Gallery commits to the highest standards of connoisseurship and professionalism. Functioning as an aperture to the future, UNIX Gallery advances and establishes prospective artistic mediums and visions to the evolving contemporary art world.

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