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  • 5.0 star rating
    3 check-ins

    Great gallery. I recently learned that on Saturdays, members of the gallery's staff (and even Andrea Rosen herself) stand in the gallery and talk to visitors about the work. It's very generous--I got a full tour of a fascinating show, "Counter Forms," with works by Tetsumi Kudo, Alina Szapocznikow, Paul Thek and Hannah Wilke, all of whom worked in different parts of them world, died youngish and were forgotten in the 90s but making a comeback now. And they deserve it: weird materials and biomorphic forms, industrail waste and synthetic pigments, intriguing use of slightly sickening colors and textures--a fertile mix of mad-science lab and contemplative poetry that seems to speak to the ways in which artists are dealing with the relationship between bodies and technologies now.

    Usually Andrea Rosen has a few shows up at once - a big one in the front, medium in the middle, and a selection of works by different artists in the showroom in the far rear, which means you're guaranteed to find SOMEthing to like on any given visit. For 'Counter Forms," however, the whole gallery was devoted to this single group exhibition. But it's definitely worth it! so much to see.
    There is also a small appendix across the street. I feel like the narrowness of this space makes it slightly awkward. It's smaller than any of the spaces across the street, even the little showroom in the back. I haven't felt really impressed or moved by a show here yet but, it's new so maybe they'll get the hang of it (no pun intended!).

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    10 Years of Wooster Collective 2003-2013 by Marc & Sara until Aug. 24th, 2013 had artists like Ron English, Dan Witz, Olek & Michael De Feo. Each room had a good layout to present each artists' work. You are allowed to take pictures without the flash but ask before doing so to be polite.

  • 5.0 star rating
    Listed in Art for Art's Sake

    Yetti!!! Five of 'em!!!
    Kudos to Andrea Rosen Gallery for supporting an artist who can work those high ceilings.... such as the current exhibit done by Canadian-born, now New Yorker, David Altmejd. Intensely enormous yetti-giants sculptures, with beautiful craftsmanship and arrangement. Wonderful job on both the gallery and the artist's behalf. Altmejd's show spoke a whole lot louder than the lone Serra painting in the back room.

    One of the best galleries in Chelsea, for sure! Their website is andrearosengallery.com   ---check out a nice site of past and present artists that they've worked with!

  • 5.0 star rating

    I love visiting this space when I visit New York. I think Felix Gonzalez-Torres created some of the most perfect artwork ever, and I admire Andrea's long-term commitment of showing his work. Her eye is amazing and her team very professional.  I am never disappointed when I walk into this space.

  • 5.0 star rating
    First to Review
    Listed in Galleries to Go to

    Actual name is Andrea Rosen Gallery.  Andrea Rosen is an icon for women in the gallery world.  She is a fierce advocate for the artists that she represents, and the calibre of exhibitions the gallery puts up really shows this.

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