Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Moves to Chelsea

The influx of artistic institutions moving into the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City continues with the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery prepared to make the leap. After showcasing groundbreaking oil painting work and other art pieces for the past 23 years in their West 57th Street Midtown location, the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery will be moving to a stunning new space in Chelsea by the end of this summer. The neighborhood and surrounding areas have been the destination of choice for many notable galleries in recent years, and The Whitney Museum of American Art is even planning a move to the nearby Meatpacking District in 2015.  

The new location of the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery at 100 11th Avenue, New York, New York.
The new location of the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
at 100 11th Avenue, New York, New York.

The Michael Rosenfeld Gallery purchased the ground floor of a commercial condominium at 100 11th Avenue (at 19th Street), the iconic residential tower designed by Pritzker Award winning architect Jean Nouvel. To design the 6,500-square-foot space, Rosenfeld enlisted the services of preeminent architect Richard Gluckman of Gluckman Mayner, and construction is scheduled to be completed by the end of this summer.

"Our move to Chelsea is motivated in part by expanding needs, including a more flexible exhibition space to accommodate large-scale works that make up a significant portion of twentieth century art," said gallery founder and co-owner Michael Rosenfeld. "Equally appealing is the dynamic eclecticism of the Chelsea arts community. … We have great confidence in the Chelsea neighborhood; we wanted to make a long-term investment into the community. Given the success of recent redevelopment projects like the High Line Park and the promise of future projects, including the Whitney Museum of American Art's move to the Meat Packing District, we are excited to be in the heart of the art world."

For more information on the move, visit the gallery website.


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