Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Mitchell-Innes & Nash Mitchell-Innes & Nash places exemplary contemporary artists within a historical context.

Founded by Lucy Mitchell-Innes and David Nash, who previously headed the worldwide Contemporary and Impressionist & Modern Art divisions of Sotheby’s, Mitchell-Innes & Nash places exemplary contemporary artists within a historical context, revealing a continuity of ideas and aesthetic virtuosity from the Modern era through the present day. Mitchell-Innes & Nash’s renowned exhibition program, in bo

th their Madison Avenue and Chelsea locations, fosters excellence within artistic practice, while forging an informed dialogue between emerging and established internationally recognized artists. From acclaimed surveys of 20th century masters, such as Jean Arp, Anthony Caro, Jay DeFeo, Willem de Kooning, Leon Kossoff, Kenneth Noland, Roy Lichtenstein, and Nicolas de Stael, to solo exhibitions of Sarah Braman, Keltie Ferris, Daniel Lefcourt, Pope.L, Martha Rosler, and Jessica Stockholder, Mitchell-Innes & Nash has proven expertise in both advancing the careers of emerging artists and maintaining the superior standard set by established artists.

‘Worldmaking’ open now! 💙 Visit us during our summer hours, Monday-Friday from 10 AM to 6 PM. ‘Worldmaking’ is on view t...
07/14/2023

‘Worldmaking’ open now! 💙 Visit us during our summer hours, Monday-Friday from 10 AM to 6 PM. ‘Worldmaking’ is on view through August 25 🩵

‘Worldmaking’ Installation Day 3 ☂️🪜Opening tomorrow, July 13! Join us from 5-7 PM ☀️🍦Enjoy ice cream from  and a durati...
07/12/2023

‘Worldmaking’ Installation Day 3 ☂️🪜

Opening tomorrow, July 13! Join us from 5-7 PM ☀️🍦Enjoy ice cream from and a durational performance by , titled ‘Rhizome’

See you then! 👀

Quick flash back to our walkthrough with Rafael Delacruz at the opening of his first solo exhibition ‘Healing Finger Cle...
06/30/2023

Quick flash back to our walkthrough with Rafael Delacruz at the opening of his first solo exhibition ‘Healing Finger Clean Drawings’ at Mitchell-Innes & Nash 🌟 Keep swiping to see our tiniest visitors to date 💌

🚨MI&N will be closed July 1-4 in observance of Independence Day. We reopen on July 5 with our summer business hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm.🚨

Rafael DelacruzHealing Finger Clean DrawingsOn view through July 7“Paintings often start as drawings; first drafts are c...
06/23/2023

Rafael Delacruz
Healing Finger Clean Drawings
On view through July 7

“Paintings often start as drawings; first drafts are camouflaged; improvisation and reinterpretation are prized. How to paint a person petting a dog but not. Some paintings have lino-cut prints layered across the canvas. They are odd, analog procedurals, and he’s always trying to distort and recycle processes and memories back into the work itself. Most are in landscape mode, and discernible content is stacked on the same visual plane against a horizon-like circumstance. He told me once that he wants to “unlock the flatness.” Car on head on laundry on sidewalk. But when you move back, the ground shifts, separates.”

-Jordan Stein (excerpt from press release)

Catch Jonathan Horowitz's works 'Plain (Eriko, James, Nick, Lauren, Bones, Kate, Michael)' and 'Whitman’s Sampler (Shane...
05/18/2023

Catch Jonathan Horowitz's works 'Plain (Eriko, James, Nick, Lauren, Bones, Kate, Michael)' and 'Whitman’s Sampler (Shane, Rives, Naa-yu, Emily, Andre, Austin, Sarah, Rhea, Casey)' in the afternoon light to observe how the gesso and linen interact with each other.

Swipe through and view the works from a personal level to witness the different basket weave patterns interpreted by the artists assistants.

‘Human Nature’ is on view through May 26.

Last chance to visit ‘Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso’ closing today! ⭐️
04/15/2023

Last chance to visit ‘Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso’ closing today! ⭐️

Catching ‘Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso’ in the morning light ☀️ Visit us at 534 West 26th Street to spend time wi...
04/04/2023

Catching ‘Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso’ in the morning light ☀️ Visit us at 534 West 26th Street to spend time with this wonderful exhibition during its final two weeks, on view through April 15.

Installation views of Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, 2023.

Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso is now open! Join us tonight for the opening reception from 6-8 pm 🎤 We look forward...
03/09/2023

Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso is now open! Join us tonight for the opening reception from 6-8 pm 🎤 We look forward to seeing you there! 👀

Final two days to visit Brent Wadden: OGOPOGO closing tomorrow, March 4 🧡
03/03/2023

Final two days to visit Brent Wadden: OGOPOGO closing tomorrow, March 4 🧡

A fulfilling morning spent with Joanne Greenbaum in her SoHo studio 🌟 Take a look at the beginning of her painting proce...
02/10/2023

A fulfilling morning spent with Joanne Greenbaum in her SoHo studio 🌟 Take a look at the beginning of her painting process and explore her innovate use of diverse materials 💖

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition for Brazilian artist Antonio Henrique Amaral (193...
02/09/2023

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition for Brazilian artist Antonio Henrique Amaral (1935-2015) since taking on representation of the artist’s estate in 2022.

Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso will be on view in Chelsea from March 9 through April 15, 2023 and will feature more than 12 paintings ranging in date from the 1960s to the 1990s focused on the artist’s main themes: Bocas, Batalhas and Bananas. It will be the largest concentration of the artist’s work seen outside of South America since 1996.

The estate of Antonio Henrique Amaral is represented in partnership with Casa Triângulo, Sao Paulo and the Instituto Antonio Henrique Amaral.

Antonio Henrique Amaral, O discurso ou El tirano, 1967, Oil on canvas, 51 by 62 1/2 in. 129.5 by 158.8 cm. Courtesy of Instituto Antonio Henrique Amaral.

“A woman deep in her thoughts, imagination and memories stares pleasantly out of the window while washing her hair. This...
01/21/2023

“A woman deep in her thoughts, imagination and memories stares pleasantly out of the window while washing her hair. This painting was inspired by a trip to Ossining, NY with my partner Maryah, and was a simple but loving moment that I wanted to remember.” – Marcus Leslie Singleton

Marcus Leslie Singleton, ‘Washing,’ 2022, oil and spray paint on panel, 60 by 47 7/8 in. 152.4 by 121.6 cm. © Marcus Leslie Singleton.

Point of view 👀 ‘martha rosler: changing the subject… in the company of others’ shown here from a lower than usual vanta...
01/10/2023

Point of view 👀 ‘martha rosler: changing the subject… in the company of others’ shown here from a lower than usual vantage point. This exhibition has plenty in store from any angle, visit now through January 21.

A special look inside ‘martha rosler: changing the subject… in the company of others’ on view now through January 21. Th...
12/09/2022

A special look inside ‘martha rosler: changing the subject… in the company of others’ on view now through January 21. This exhibition is centered on Rosler’s work from the 1960s and 70s. Including photomontages, videos and sculpture that deepen the understanding of her feminist landscape.

Final two days to visit Paul Winstanley’s exhibition ‘My Heart’s in the Highlands’ closing tomorrow, December 3 🏔️💛 Stop...
12/02/2022

Final two days to visit Paul Winstanley’s exhibition ‘My Heart’s in the Highlands’ closing tomorrow, December 3 🏔️💛 Stop in and pick up one of the last copies of the complimentary exhibition booklet! 📚

Paul Winstanley: My Heart’s in the Highlands is on view now through December 3🏔“Looking at a painting of a mountain isn’...
10/26/2022

Paul Winstanley: My Heart’s in the Highlands is on view now through December 3🏔

“Looking at a painting of a mountain isn’t much like looking at a real mountain. This is something we can probably all agree on. What the nature of that difference is, and why it might be worth paying attention to, is one of the subjects of Paul Winstanley’s new body of paintings. While we might all agree on that distinction, though – might see it as self-explanatory, even an obvious thing to say – that gap, between being there and not, between closeness and distance, between seeing something and saying something, is the place where Winstanley’s art makes its home.” - Ben Street

Make sure you visit us and pick up a complimentary copy of the exhibition booklet!

One day left to check out or booth at  🚀 we’ll be back in booth 122 tomorrow from 12-6!
09/10/2022

One day left to check out or booth at 🚀 we’ll be back in booth 122 tomorrow from 12-6!

Snapshots of Gideon Appah: More Luck on view now through October 15. 🥀
09/09/2022

Snapshots of Gideon Appah: More Luck on view now through October 15. 🥀

The Armory Show is now open! 🌈 We look forward to welcoming you at Booth 122 on view through Sunday, September 11. Swipe...
09/09/2022

The Armory Show is now open! 🌈 We look forward to welcoming you at Booth 122 on view through Sunday, September 11. Swipe to read our feature in The New York Times ‘13 Favorite Booths at The Armory Show!’

An inside look at today’s installation 👀…Mixing colors and patterns at The Armory Show with works on view by Joanne Gree...
09/07/2022

An inside look at today’s installation 👀…

Mixing colors and patterns at The Armory Show with works on view by Joanne Greenbaum, Jessica Stockholder & Brent Wadden 🌈

Visit us September 9 through 11 at Booth 122!

A view of day 3 from inside Booth B9 🦋 Make sure to stop by Hall C and visit us at Frieze Seoul through September 6!    ...
09/04/2022

A view of day 3 from inside Booth B9 🦋 Make sure to stop by Hall C and visit us at Frieze Seoul through September 6!

A first look 👀 at our booth in Frieze Seoul. Visit us through September 6, we are located in Hall C | Booth B9 ☀️ We loo...
09/02/2022

A first look 👀 at our booth in Frieze Seoul. Visit us through September 6, we are located in Hall C | Booth B9 ☀️ We look forward to welcoming you!

With a focus on the gallery's contemporary program, our presentation includes a selection of recent and historical work by gallery artists Gideon Appah, Rafael Delacruz, Keltie Ferris, Gerasimos Floratos, Chris Johanson, Scott Kahn, Eddie Martinez, Jacolby Satterwhite, Julian Stanczak and Brent Wadden.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash looks forward to seeing you this week at Frieze Seoul 2022. We will be located in Hall C, Booth B9...
08/29/2022

Mitchell-Innes & Nash looks forward to seeing you this week at Frieze Seoul 2022. We will be located in Hall C, Booth B9.

With a focus on the gallery's contemporary program, our presentation includes a selection of recent and historical work by gallery artists Gideon Appah, Rafael Delacruz, Keltie Ferris, Gerasimos Floratos, Chris Johanson, Scott Kahn, Eddie Martinez, Jacolby Satterwhite, Julian Stanczak and Brent Wadden.

Rafael Delacruz, ‘Hands Holding Invisible,’ 2022, Oil, acrylic and screen print on canvas, 80 by 76 1/4 in. 203.2 by 193.7 cm. © Rafael Delacruz. Courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York.

👀 Installation preparation for our upcoming September 8th Gideon Appah opening. Director Courtney Willis Blair is pictur...
08/24/2022

👀 Installation preparation for our upcoming September 8th Gideon Appah opening. Director Courtney Willis Blair is pictured with Appah’s 2021 painting, ‘The Young Minotaur’ 💜

Don’t miss the last few weeks to visit ‘Informal Get Together’ at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, an exhibition bringing together...
08/01/2022

Don’t miss the last few weeks to visit ‘Informal Get Together’ at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, an exhibition bringing together painting and sculpture by Keltie Ferris, Joanne Greenbaum, Arlene Shechet and Jessica Stockholder on view through August 19!
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REPOST 🔁 YOU ARE VISITING MY HOME - directed by Jeff den Broeder. Saturday, August 13th 5pm at the Star Theatre in Ocean...
07/27/2022

REPOST 🔁 YOU ARE VISITING MY HOME - directed by Jeff den Broeder. Saturday, August 13th 5pm at the Star Theatre in Oceanside.
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A short film following artist Chris Johanson as he exercises his dedication to reusing materials while designing and building a shack to showcase experimental surfboards during the 2019 Vans Duct Tape Invitational.

Swipe to see Chris Johanson’s 2019 painting, ‘You Are Visiting My Home’ 🐠

Pondering the exuberant works of ‘Informal Get Together’ on view through August 19 🌈Works included above: Keltie Ferris,...
07/19/2022

Pondering the exuberant works of ‘Informal Get Together’ on view through August 19 🌈

Works included above: Keltie Ferris, ‘HER*CU*LES,’ 2016; Joanne Greenbaum, ‘Untitled,’ 2003; Jessica Stockholder, ‘Informal Get Together [JS 623],’ 2014.

Installation views of ‘Informal Get Together’ at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, 2022.

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Founded by Lucy Mitchell-Innes and David Nash, who previously headed the worldwide Contemporary and Impressionist & Modern Art divisions of Sotheby’s, Mitchell-Innes & Nash places exemplary contemporary artists within a historical context, revealing a continuity of ideas and aesthetic virtuosity from the Modern era through the present day. Mitchell-Innes & Nash’s renowned exhibition program, in both their Madison Avenue and Chelsea locations, fosters excellence within artistic practice, while forging an informed dialogue between emerging and established internationally recognized artists. From acclaimed surveys of 20th century masters, such as Jean Arp, Anthony Caro, Jay DeFeo, Willem de Kooning, Leon Kossoff, Kenneth Noland, Roy Lichtenstein, and Nicolas de Stael, to solo exhibitions of Sarah Braman, Keltie Ferris, Daniel Lefcourt, Pope.L, Virginia Overton, Martha Rosler, and Jessica Stockholder, Mitchell-Innes & Nash has proven expertise in both advancing the careers of emerging artists and maintaining the superior standard set by established artists.

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