Marianne Boesky Gallery was established in 1996 in SoHo, New York City. Since its inception, the Gallery's mission has been to represent and support the work of emerging and mid-career international artists of all media. Marianne Boesky Gallery has been instrumental in launching the careers of many well-known artists from Yoshitomo Nara and Takashi Murakami to Barnaby Furnas, Sue de Beer, and Donald Moffett. The gallery moved to Chelsea in 2001 and then in 2005 opened its current Deborah Berke-designed, ground-floor space at 509 West 24th Street. In concert with this move, the Gallery added several critically recognized emerging artists to its roster such as Jay Heikes, Adam Helms, Anthony Pearson, Diana Al-Hadid, Mindy Shapero, and William J. O'Brien, among others. The gallery also continued to expand its program internationally, taking on artists such as Hans Op de Beeck, and the well-established Italian artist, Pier Paolo Calzolari. The Gallery also represents the estate of Salvatore Scarpitta.
In early 2010, the Gallery opened a second location in an old-world townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, dedicated to mounting a series of curated exhibitions that provide historic context for the Gallery's artists.
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