Since 1983, the Jack Tilton Gallery has become well known for promoting cutting edge, emerging artists from around the world. For over two decades, the Tilton gallery has exhibited hundreds of contemporary artsts, many of whom, like David Hammons, Marlene Dumas, and Francis Alys to name but a few, have become prominent figures on the international stage.
Now housed in a historic landmark upper east side townhouse, the gallery’s current exhibition program will continue to support our established gallery artists, as it remains committed to discovering and cultivating new talent from around the globe. The gallery will present six exhibitions a year, with a rotating emerging artist program in the gallery’s project space.
The 2,400 square foot exhibition space is located on two floors at 8 East 76th Street, at 5th Avenue, NY, within New York’s ‘museum mile’ and walking distance from the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and other galleries like C & M Arts and Gagosian Gallery.
While the Upper East Side Gallery is Tilton’s main base of operations, he currently co-own Roberts & Tilton Gallery in Los Angeles, the China Project, a studio exchange program and exhibition space in Tong Zhoa, China.