Nohra Haime Gallery

Nohra Haime Gallery Representing an internationally diverse group of contemporary artists with varying expertise in pain
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Nohra Haime Gallery was founded in New York in 1981 on Madison Avenue and 78th Street. In 1988, the gallery moved to the Fuller Building on 57th Street. Since 2010, the gallery is located at the Crown Building, on 5th Avenue. Since its inception, the principal focus of the gallery has been the representation of a selected group of international contemporary artists whose diverse practices include

painting, drawing, sculpture, video and photography. The gallery has exhibited new voices and historical artists, as well as established artists from the United States, Europe, and Latin America. The gallery is known for organizing legendary significant group exhibitions as well as one person exhibitions. The gallery has also specialized in the resale of select works of art from the 20th century. Nohra Haime Gallery is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America. ARTISTS REPRESENTED: The Niki de Saint Phalle Foundation, The Estate of Juan Downey, NATALIA ARIAS, ALVARO BARRIOS, HUGO BASTIDAS, ROSALYN BODYCOMB, NICOLA BOLLA, CAROL K. BROWN, ANDREA CHIESI, JULIE HEDRICK, VALERIE HIRD, SUSANA JAIME-MENA, MENASHE KADISHMAN, LEOPOLDO MALER, JAVIER MARIN, LIKA MUTAL, EVE SONNEMAN, ADAM STRAUS, FRANCISCA SUTIL, HUGO TILLMAN, JOHN VAN ALSTINE, SOPHIA VARI

Our library section has more than 20+ options for you to find a unique gift made by an artist!Editorial projects, exhibi...
12/19/2023

Our library section has more than 20+ options for you to find a unique gift made by an artist!
Editorial projects, exhibition catalogues and project based books among others.
Browse our shop to get yours!
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See you Tonight! Opening Reception of GREGG LOUIS: NO EMPTY SKY, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.On view through January 13th, 2024...
12/14/2023

See you Tonight!
Opening Reception of GREGG LOUIS: NO EMPTY SKY, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
On view through January 13th, 2024

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Upcoming Exhibition opening next week! We are pleased to present: No Empty Sky. A solo exhibition by Saint Louis based a...
12/06/2023

Upcoming Exhibition opening next week!
We are pleased to present: No Empty Sky. A solo exhibition by Saint Louis based artist Gregg Louis.
The exhibition showcases a new series of constellation paintings where the artist explores and connects the physicality of his painting process with the mysticism of the cosmos.

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We are proud to share the news about Viceversa, a group exhibition curated by Eugenio Viola,  where the artist Adriana M...
12/05/2023

We are proud to share the news about Viceversa, a group exhibition curated by Eugenio Viola, where the artist Adriana Marmorek is showing her artwork “Recipiente de la Transmutación” at MAMBO the Museum of Modern Art Bogotá.

Learn more about her work in our website. Link in BIO
Images provided by the artist.




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Last weeks of Nessim Bassan: The Unimaginable Worlds of Perfection.Learn more about the artist on our website. Link in B...
11/29/2023

Last weeks of Nessim Bassan: The Unimaginable Worlds of Perfection.
Learn more about the artist on our website.
Link in BIO
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Happy Thanksgiving.And Juli Hedrick, thanks for this beautiful table.…………
11/23/2023

Happy Thanksgiving.
And Juli Hedrick, thanks for this beautiful table.




On view through December 11, 2023.Nessim Bassan: The Unimaginable Worlds of PerfectionVisit the gallery from Tuesday to ...
11/17/2023

On view through December 11, 2023.
Nessim Bassan: The Unimaginable Worlds of Perfection

Visit the gallery from Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 - 6:00 pm and on Mondays by appointment!
In the exhibit, Bassan showcases his engagement with kinetic art and his preoccupation with geometric abstraction enacted through mixed media.
Learn more about the artist on our website.
Link in BIO
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We are proud to share Lesley Dill’s exhibition ‘Wilderness light sizzles around me’ at the Ulrich Museum of Art on view ...
11/15/2023

We are proud to share Lesley Dill’s exhibition ‘Wilderness light sizzles around me’ at the Ulrich Museum of Art on view through December 2, 2023!

The exhibit features a uniquely inspired group of sculptures and two-dimensional works from the artist portfolio from more than a decade in the making.
Learn more about the exhibition and Lesley Dill’s work in our website.
Link in BIO.

Opening Tonight! Nessim Bassan: The Unimaginable Worlds of Perfection from 6:00 to 8:00pmCaravan in Kalahari DessertAcry...
11/09/2023

Opening Tonight!
Nessim Bassan: The Unimaginable Worlds of Perfection from 6:00 to 8:00pm

Caravan in Kalahari Dessert
Acrylic, linen, and collage on shaped wood, wrapped in canvas.
39 x 39 in. - 100 x 100 cm
2022
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Last chance to see Sophia Vari's twelve monumental sculptures on Park Avenue between 53rd and 62n streets.Deinstalling t...
11/07/2023

Last chance to see Sophia Vari's twelve monumental sculptures on Park Avenue between 53rd and 62n streets.
Deinstalling this Thursday at midnight.......

Congratulations Lesley Dill on your award.Well deserved......
10/07/2023

Congratulations Lesley Dill on your award.

Well deserved......

Beth Lipman at the Milwaukee Art Museum......
10/03/2023

Beth Lipman at the Milwaukee Art Museum......

Carol K. Brown: Someplace Else, opening this Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.........
10/02/2023

Carol K. Brown: Someplace Else, opening this Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.........

Vote for Francisca Sutil in the PAM AWARDS.Go to premiopam.cl and vote for No. 18.......
09/30/2023

Vote for Francisca Sutil in the PAM AWARDS.
Go to premiopam.cl and vote for No. 18.......

Hugo Bastidas’ work at 7 World Trade Center.…………
09/21/2023

Hugo Bastidas’ work at 7 World Trade Center.




Join us this Thursday, September 7th from 6 - 8 p.m. for the Opening Reception of Sophia Vari: A Retrospective
09/05/2023

Join us this Thursday, September 7th from 6 - 8 p.m. for the Opening Reception of Sophia Vari: A Retrospective

RSVP for the Opening Reception this Thursday September 7th   SOPHIA VARI: A Retrospective Opening Reception Thursday, September 7th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.     Through September 30th 2023 Reception: Thu

What to expect from the NOHRA HAIME GALLERY THIS FALL 2023
08/30/2023

What to expect from the NOHRA HAIME GALLERY THIS FALL 2023

  COMING THIS FALL SOPHIA VARI: A Retrospective     August 7th – September 30th 2023 Reception: Thursday, September 7th 2023 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. View the works and read the full press release on our

Adriana Marmorek's exhibition: La flor que Pico la abeja, at Uniandinos, Bogota........
08/21/2023

Adriana Marmorek's exhibition: La flor que Pico la abeja, at Uniandinos, Bogota........

Join us for the Opening Reception of Sophia Vari's A Retrospective September 7th, 2023 from 6 to 8 p.m.
08/07/2023

Join us for the Opening Reception of Sophia Vari's A Retrospective September 7th, 2023 from 6 to 8 p.m.

RSVP for the Opening Reception September 7th   SOPHIA VARI: A Retrospective     August 7th – September 30th 2023 Reception: Thursday, September 7th 2023 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. The Nohra Haime Gallery p

Come and view RUBY RUMIÉ: "Us, 172 Years Later" closing this Friday, July 28th 2023.
07/24/2023

Come and view RUBY RUMIÉ: "Us, 172 Years Later" closing this Friday, July 28th 2023.

  RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later     Last opportunity to view RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later Exhibition closes this Friday, July 28th 2023 “Each person was interviewed and photographed with their fa

Julie Hedrick: Upstate Art Weekend.………
07/21/2023

Julie Hedrick: Upstate Art Weekend.



LESLEY DILL'S American Premiere at Amherst Cinema tomorrow Friday, July 21 at 7 p.m.
07/20/2023

LESLEY DILL'S American Premiere at Amherst Cinema tomorrow Friday, July 21 at 7 p.m.

Friday, July 21 at 7 p.m.   LESLEY DILL'S American Premiere at Amherst Cinema this Friday   Register for the 2023 Emily Dickinson International Society Conference here. Tickets for the screening are

Available work on paper:ADAM STRAUS “Sunset from Montauk Point”201211 x 15 in. 28 x 38 cm.Signed and dated on back ……………...
07/14/2023

Available work on paper:

ADAM STRAUS
“Sunset from Montauk Point”
2012
11 x 15 in. 28 x 38 cm.
Signed and dated on back





Join us for a guided tour of our current exhibition Wednesday 7/19/2023 @ 7p.m.
07/13/2023

Join us for a guided tour of our current exhibition Wednesday 7/19/2023 @ 7p.m.

Wednesday, July 19th, 7 p.m. - free admission.         You’re invited to join us for this year’s ADAA Chelsea Gallery Walk! We’ll be open late alongside more than 30 other galleries in the neighborhoo

RUBY RUMIÉ EXTENDED THROUGH JULY 31STWe invite you to come and view this exceptional work.
07/07/2023

RUBY RUMIÉ EXTENDED THROUGH JULY 31ST
We invite you to come and view this exceptional work.

  RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later EXTENDED THROUGH JULY 31ST The RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later Exhibition has been extended through July 31st 2023 "The project puts together one hundred people from

Congratulations to Juan Cortes () and () for winning The Prix Ars Golden Nica () 2023, In the category of Digital Music ...
06/28/2023

Congratulations to Juan Cortes () and () for winning The Prix Ars Golden Nica () 2023, In the category of Digital Music and Sound Art, the most prestigious award for electronic art in the world.........

Congratulations to Juan Cortes and  for winning the Golden Nica Prix  2023, the biggest award in the field od electronic...
06/28/2023

Congratulations to Juan Cortes and for winning the Golden Nica Prix 2023, the biggest award in the field od electronic arts.........

Congratulations Juan Cortés for receiving The Pris Ars Golden Nica!
06/19/2023

Congratulations Juan Cortés for receiving The Pris Ars Golden Nica!

JUAN CORTÉS Recipient : The Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica In the category of Digital Music and Sound Art, the most prestigious award for electronic art in the world. A Tale of Two Seeds: Sound and

ARTIST WALK THROUGH WITH RUBY RUMIÉSATURDAY MAY 20,  AT 4 P.M.
05/20/2023

ARTIST WALK THROUGH WITH RUBY RUMIÉ
SATURDAY MAY 20, AT 4 P.M.

Artist Walk Through RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later Join us tomorrow Saturday, May 20th at 4 p.m. for an artist walk through with, RUBY RUMIÉ, where she will discuss her current exhibition at the Noh

Join us for RUBY RUMIÉ'S Artist Walk Through Tomorrow Tuesday at 5 p.m. & Saturday May 20th at 4 p.m.
05/15/2023

Join us for RUBY RUMIÉ'S Artist Walk Through Tomorrow Tuesday at 5 p.m. & Saturday May 20th at 4 p.m.

Artist Walk Through RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later The artist will do two walk throughs of the exhibition join us in discussion of her work and inspiration: Tuesday, May 16th at 5 p.m. Saturday, Ma

Join us Tuesday May 16th at 5 p.m. for the first artist walk through of RUBY RUMIÉ’S “US, 172 YEARS LATER”Born in Cartag...
05/13/2023

Join us Tuesday May 16th at 5 p.m. for the first artist walk through of RUBY RUMIÉ’S “US, 172 YEARS LATER”

Born in Cartagena de Indias, Rumié studied painting, drawing and sculpture at the Cartagena School of Fine Arts (1980-1982).

From 1989 to 1996 she worked on hyperrealist painting. She then broke away from academia and pursued her work with a clear focus on social issues, both territorial and on patri- mony, questioning her commitment as an artist to society.





RUBY RUMIÉ “US, 172 YEARS LATER”The Chorographic Commission, The Caribbean, 172 years later“As an artist, my work always...
05/13/2023

RUBY RUMIÉ “US, 172 YEARS LATER”
The Chorographic Commission, The Caribbean, 172 years later

“As an artist, my work always involves people, with them and for them,I create unusual narratives around daily situations to reveal new insights to what we have become overly accustomed to seeing.

The project puts together one hundred people from the Caribbean region whose unique characteristics share the passion and commitment for their trade, and express in a special way their taste and the value they place on the food from this region, as food is one of the most relevant cultural elements.”

The exhibition will be open to the public through July 2023.






Ruby Rumié: Us, 172 Years Later opening tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m.“As an artist, my work always involves people, with the...
05/10/2023

Ruby Rumié: Us, 172 Years Later opening tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m.

“As an artist, my work always involves people, with them and for them,I create unusual narratives around daily situations to reveal new insights to what we have become overly accustomed to seeing.”........

Join us for RUBY RUMIÉ'S Opening Reception of "Us, 172 Years Later" Tomorrow, Thursday May 11th from 6 - 8 p.m.
05/10/2023

Join us for RUBY RUMIÉ'S Opening Reception of "Us, 172 Years Later" Tomorrow, Thursday May 11th from 6 - 8 p.m.

RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later Opening Tomorrow: Thursday, May 11th, 2023, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. “As an artist, my work always involves people, with them and for them, I propose new readings on common s

Join us for RUBY RUMIÉ's Opening ReceptionThursday May 11th from 6 - 8 p.m.
05/04/2023

Join us for RUBY RUMIÉ's Opening Reception
Thursday May 11th from 6 - 8 p.m.

RUBY RUMIÉ: Us, 172 Years Later The Chorographic Commission, the Caribbean, 172 years later Opening: Thursday, May 11th, 2023, 6:00pm “As an artist, my work always involves people, with them and for

05/03/2023
Francisca's Sutil exhibition at Patricia Ready: OF LIFE AND DEATH"This exhibition consists of two stages, distant united...
04/27/2023

Francisca's Sutil exhibition at Patricia Ready: OF LIFE AND DEATH

"This exhibition consists of two stages, distant united among them by a common thread, "life or
death". Both appear directly or indirectly, as inspiration, as presence or reflection. Life as an expression of present or eternal luminous energy, Death as reality
accurate. Associations, memories, experiences close, loss of affection etc. the content it is wide and diverse.
The exhibition is made up, on the one hand, of a set of work created between the 1980s and 2006. Paintings that I have kept and that are for
me especially significant, sometimes personal, even autobiographical, as it is in Resonances #12, 2005."........

04/24/2023

Join us tomorrow Tuesday April 25th at 5 p.m. for an artist talk with Lesley Dill.

Join us for an artist talk with Lesley Dill, this Saturday 4/22/23 & Tuesday 4/25/23
04/19/2023

Join us for an artist talk with Lesley Dill, this Saturday 4/22/23 & Tuesday 4/25/23

"Word is Out That This is the Best Exhibition in Chelsea" LESLEY DILL ASCEND: Until the Urge to Rise Meets the Urge to Fall Join us for an artist walk through with Lesley Dill. She will be giving two

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Nohra Haime Gallery was founded in New York in 1981 on Madison Avenue and 78th Street. In 1988, the gallery moved to the Fuller Building on 57th Street. From 2010 to 2017, the gallery was located at the Crown Building, on 5th Avenue. Our current location is in Chelsea, at 500 West 21st Street. Since its inception, the principal focus of the gallery has been the representation of a selected group of international contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, video and photography. The gallery has exhibited new voices and historical artists, as well as established artists from the United States, Europe, and Latin America. The gallery is known for organizing legendary significant group exhibitions as well as one person exhibitions. The gallery has also specialized in the resale of select works of art from the 20th century. Nohra Haime Gallery is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America. ARTISTS REPRESENTED: The Niki de Saint Phalle Foundation, The Estate of Juan Downey, OLGA DE AMARAL, NATALIA ARIAS, ALVARO BARRIOS, HUGO BASTIDAS, NICOLA BOLLA, CAROL K. BROWN, ANDREA CHIESI, LESLEY DILL, JULIE HEDRICK, VALERIE HIRD, SUSANA JAIME-MENA, MENASHE KADISHMAN, GREGG LOUIS, JAVIER MARIN, LIKA MUTAL, ANA PAOLA PROTASIO, RUBY RUMIE, CAROLE SEBOROVSKI, ANTONIO SEGUI, EVE SONNEMAN, ADAM STRAUS, FRANCISCA SUTIL, HUGO TILLMAN, JOHN VAN ALSTINE, SOPHIA VARI

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