Gladstone Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with locations in New York City and Brussels. The gallery was founded in 1980 by Barbara Gladstone, who has been a prominent figure in the international art world for over four decades.
The gallery represents a wide range of artists from various parts of the world, including established figures such as Shirin Neshat, Carroll Dunham, and Anish Kapoor, as well as emerging talents like Sarah Lucas and Jacolby Satterwhite. The gallery is known for its focus on conceptually driven, multidisciplinary works that challenge traditional boundaries of art.
Gladstone Gallery's exhibition program is known for its innovative and dynamic approach, featuring a mix of solo and group shows that highlight the diversity of contemporary art practices. The gallery's spaces are designed to create immersive environments that enhance the viewer's experience of the artwork.
In addition to its exhibition program, Gladstone Gallery has a strong presence at major international art fairs, including Art Basel and Frieze. The gallery also publishes exhibition catalogs and artist monographs, contributing to the scholarship and discourse surrounding contemporary art.
- New York, NY 10011, 515 West 24th Street
- New York, NY 10011, 530 West 21st Street
- New York, NY 10065, 130 East 64th Street
- Brussels, Grote Hertstraat 12 Rue du Grand Cerf
- Seoul, 06070, 760, Samseong-ro, Gangnam-gu
- Los Angeles, CA 90036, 6912 Melrose Avenue
- Participated in:
- Basel Hall 2.0