Richard Taittinger Gallery is a fine art gallery located at 154 Ludlow Street in New York. The owner of the gallery is Richard Taittinger, a man who had a close relationship with contemporary art long before starting his own business in 2015. Richard Taittinger Gallery is today one of the most prominent NYC galleries, which impresses the visitors with its amazing atmosphere. The gallery covers an area of 5,000 square feet. It is noteworthy that the owner was looking for a suitable location for two years before he accidentally discovered a former music club during a bike ride. This was the place that was eventually turned into a fine art gallery.
Richard Taittinger Gallery is a special place where you can learn more about contemporary artists from around the world. The gallery is largely focused on the partnership with the international artists who are little-known in the USA but have unique ideas and talent to earn the recognition they deserve. Richard Taittinger Gallery invites both seasoned collectors and connoisseurs to visit its exhibitions and get acquainted with the artworks created by some of the best painters, sculptors, and installation artists who are new to the American art scene.
Among the artists represented by this fine art gallery are Eric van Hove, Alexander Ponomarev, Haluk Akakce, Frances Goodman, Tuguldur Yondonjamts, Jorge Mayet, Ding Yi, Mehdi Farhadian, and Recycle Group. If you visit Richard Taittinger Gallery this fall, you will have the chance to learn more about Maria Qamar and her look at the interaction of social media and the real world. Qamar’s summer exhibition “Fraaaandship!” is on view through October 6.
Richard Taittinger Gallery is happy to meet new and regular guests who appreciate contemporary art in all its forms. It is open during normal business hours from Tuesday to Sunday.
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