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100 ELEVENTH AVENUE @ 19th
NEW YORK, NY 10011
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GALLERY HOURS:

Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
(or by appointment)

Summer Hours (July/Aug):
Monday - Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM





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Parking

Two parking garages are conveniently located on the west side of 10th Avenue, between 19th and 21st Streets.

A third parking garage is located on 20th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues.

The nearest subway locations are:

A/C/E train at 16th Street and 8th Avenue

L train at 14th Street and 8th Avenue

C/E train at 23rd Street and 8th Avenue

Restaurants

A detailed map showing many neighborhood restaurants, cafes, and shops may be acceessed on the 100 Eleventh Avenue Jean Nouvel building website here:

http://nouvelchelsea.com/neighborhood.php

Staff

Michael Rosenfeld

Michael Rosenfeld, born and raised in New York, graduated from The University of Pennsylvania (1984) with a degree in art history. After years of working in New York City as a private art dealer, he opened his public 57th Street gallery in 1989. From the beginning, Rosenfeld has focused his activities on twentieth century American art, mounting landmark exhibitions that have reestablished the reputations and market presence for artists and movements of lesser notoriety. To his credit, Rosenfeld has generated global interest in early American surrealism, social realism and abstraction. His contributions to the art world are far reaching and his involvement, specifically in the field of African American art, has made him a leading dealer. Committed to education, Rosenfeld serves as an advisor to numerous private collectors and has helped shape the collections of many urban and regional museums across the United States. He has lectured for Museum audiences on American art and the joy of collecting.

 

halley k harrisburg, Director

halley k harrisburg, born and raised in Portland, Maine, is the Director of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery. A graduate of Bowdoin College (1990) with a B.A. in art history, she has worked in the art profession for seventeen years. Beginning her career at Josh Baer Gallery, she teamed in 1992 with Michael Rosenfeld of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, where she has organized significant exhibitions that have explored the depth and breadth of twentieth-century American art. Known for presenting historically significant but under-recognized artists and movements, harrisburg, along with Rosenfeld, has become a leading dealer in the field of historical African American art. In 1993, they launched the groundbreaking exhibition series, African-American Art: 20th Century Masterworks. For a decade, this series presented the highest quality work by the most important African American artists, showcasing a full range of aesthetic styles, subjects and media. harrisburg has also organized landmark exhibitions that include Fiber & Form: The Woman’s Legacy and its traveling sequel True Grit. To accompany each gallery exhibition, harrisburg has designed and edited over one hundred publications and many of her books have been recognized for their excellence; Martha Madigan: Vernal Equinox won the 2002 Independent Publisher’s Award (IPPY) for Outstanding Book of the Year.

Committed to education, harrisburg is an adjunct advisor at PS36/The Margaret Douglas School, a New York City public elementary school located in Harlem. For her work in the schools with children aged 6 to 8, harrisburg was awarded the 2001 Volunteer of the Year by the District. Presently, harrisburg is Chairman of the Executive Board of the Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM).  She also serves on the Bowdoin College Museum of Art Executive Advisory Board and the Associates Steering Committee of The Studio in the School. In 2004, she was elected to ArtTable, a national non-profit membership organization for professional women in leadership positions in the visual arts. In November 2005, she was featured in the Big Apple Parent article Raising our Kids: Smart Women, Strong Daughters.

Chad Gordon, Operations Manager/Chief Preparator

Francesca Knepper, Client & Guest Services Associate

Rodrigo Lobos, Chief Preparator

Gabriella Perez, Senior Associate

Zachary Ross, Senior Associate

Hooper Turner, Senior Registrar

Marjorie Van Cura, Senior Associate


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