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Dillon Gallery

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Walking on Water- Waves, 2012 Azurite on Canvas With Polished Gesso 84 X 132 Inches.
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Deadfall Wood Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 43 X 63 Inches.
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Houston Street, 2010 Chromogenic Color Print
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Self Port Rait Baroque Frame in Transparent Crystalline Plastic With Mirror and Mirrored Self Portrait Letters 25 X 25 Inches.
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Do what you want 46 X 69 Inches.
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Hamba Digital C-print 12 X 12 Inches.
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The Other Side (hanging screen-front) Mineral Pigment and Ink on Layered Tetron Fabric 119 X 93 Inches.
Dillon Gallery
555 West 25th St
New York, NY 10001
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Tues-Saturday 10-6pm
Phone
212-727-8585
Fax
212-727-8705
TAGS
contemporary
DESCRIPTION

Devoted to the representation of international contemporary artists in a variety of mediums, Dillon Gallery exhibits established, mid career, and young emerging artists whose works convey our approach to visual content. Formalism and structure carries through the various styles and mediums we present with an overall interest in the personal content behind the artists’ aesthetics. The gallery has published substantial monographs on several artists we represent in our dedication to expose a new wave of global talent to the Chelsea audience. Our Asian “Nihonga” program is one approach by the gallery to highlight artists working within their cultural environments. Be it a young Norwegian artist, an African American photographer, or Chinese and Japanese Nihonga painters, Dillon Gallery continues to act as a forum for regional voices across the artistic landscape.

Originating in SOHO in 1994, Dillon Gallery is now located on West 25th Street in New York City, occupying the ground floor space in a converted 19th century warehouse.