For over twenty-five years, Sandra Gering has maintained an influential presence in the New York art world. After an early start in the West Village, she opened her first gallery space in Soho. Several years later the gallery relocated to Chelsea, and after much growth, moved further uptown to Fifth Avenue. Several more years in the historic Crown Building with partner Javier Lopez saw an expanded gallery program and the gallery’s largest exhibition space to date. Adjusting once again to currents in the field, Sandra Gering Inc. acquired space at 14 East 63rd Street, a townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, its current location. Throughout, Gering has introduced or maintained the careers of numerous established artists such as Janine Antoni, William Anastasi, Xavier Veilhan, John F. Simon, Jr., KAWS, and Leo Villareal, as well as many others. Today, Sandra Gering Inc has positioned itself as both a gallery and a launching pad for the project-focused activities of its roster of international artists. The gallery continues to promote and exhibit emerging and mid-career talent, while expanding it’s focus to include the management of activities outside of the gallery environment.
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