Famous Art Galleries - Directory
Our selection of leading current and past Art Galleries and Dealers.
Beaux Arts Gallery, London
– This London gallery was founded in 1923 and closed in 1965, was a preimenent center for promoting avant-garde art, in England.
Curt Valentin Gallery, New York
– Founded in 1937, by Curt VALENTIN, a German art dealer, the gallery first operated under the name BUCHHOLZ GALLERY. The Gallery specialized in introducing distinguished European Artists from Germany, Britain and Italy to the American audience.
Der Sturm Gallery, Berlin
– This renowned German gallery was founded by in 1912 by Herwarth WALDEN, along with the magazine of the same name.
Galerie de lÉffort Moderne, Paris
– Founded in 1918, by Léonce Rosenberg (1877-1947), the gallery served as a major promoter of avant-garde art, in France and Europe, as a whole, during the 1920s.
Galerie Denise René, Paris
– This renowned French art gallery was first opened by the dealer Denise RENÉ, in Paris, in 1944.
Hayward Gallery, London
– Hayward Gallery, founded in 1968, is one of the two galleries operated by the Arts Council of England. The main purpose of this gallery is to promote visual arts through exhibitions and academic catalogs.
Leo Castelli Gallery, New York
– This New York Gallery, was founded by the Italian-born American art dealer, Leo Castelli, and is renowned for promoting European artists in the U.S. and Pop art, during the mid-20th century.
– PicassoMio Galleries and PicassoMio.com was created and developed in 2000, with the initial goal of selling contemporary art over the Internet and has becomes one of the most successful art sellers worldwide, receiving a monthly traffic of an estimated 1 Million visitors and annual sales in over 50 countries, within the first 5 years.
Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, Paris
– The leading French gallery was founded in 1946, by the art dealer Fredo SIDÉS.
– Probably the best known of all Belgian art galleries, this art shop and gallery was founded by André DE RIDDER and Paul-Gustave VAN HECKE, in 1920.
Serpentine Gallery, London
– Serpentine Gallery, founded in 1970, is one of the two galleries operated by the Arts Council of England. The main purpose of this gallery is to promote visual arts through exhibitions and academic catalogs.
Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
– Probably the most famous of all British art galleries, The Whitechapel Art Gallery was founded by Canon Samuel and Henrietta Barnett, in 1881.