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Kyle Kauffman Gallery

Envisioned as a new and innovative space in which to showcase the finest contemporary art from Africa and the African Diaspora, the Kyle Kauffman Gallery is breaking ground with exhibitions by emerging, highly-skilled, young African artists, as well as by world-renowned, contemporary masters.

The newest addition to the red-hot art scene in New York City, the Gallery mounts tightly focused group exhibitions as well as solo exhibitions by some of Africa’s most gifted artists. The Kyle Kauffman Gallery opened September 2007 in its first location, between the Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods. After a year and half at our 39th street gallery, we moved to a larger space in Chelsea, at our current location at 150 West 25th street.

The inaugural exhibition, ‘Not So Black and White: South African Contemporary Art’, drew on works by both artists who are represented by the Kyle Kauffman Gallery and other artists whose work the Gallery also promotes and exhibits. Many of the works in the show explore the nuanced realities of memory and history in South Africa’s racially charged past. Othe... [ Read all ]

New York, NY

United States
Address:
150 West 25th Street 6th Floor
10001
Phone: 212 - 594 - 8086
Fax: 212-594-8083
Website: www.kylekauffman.com


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Artists Represented

Marlene Dumas, Willie Bester, William Kentridge, Esther Mahlangu, Jane Alexander, Wayne Barker, Conrad Botes, Norman Catharine, Peter Clarke, Paul DuToit, Kendell Geers, David Goldblatt, Kay Hassan, Raymond Keeping, Fritha Langerman, Noria Mabasa, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Sam Nhlengethwa, Mikhael Subotzky, Lolo Veleko, Sue Williamson


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Current Exhibitions

Developing Democracy: A New Focus on South African Art

March 12 - May 30, 2009
Opening reception: Thursday, March 12, 6 - 8 pm


Previous Exhibitions

- Marlene Dumas: Prints + Multiples
December 16, 2008 - February 28, 2009

- PAUL DU TOIT
GENERATIVE MARKINGS: PLANETPAUL in APOGEE
October 16 - November 29, 2008

- 'Not So Black and White 2008', September 18 - October 12, 2008

-'SUMMER SHOW'
Entry level works by William Kentridge and others.
July 14 - August 16, 2008

- ESTHER MAHLANGU: REACQUIRING
March 27 - May 10, 2008

- 'Raymond Keeping', October 25 through December 15

- 'Not So Black and White, South African Contemporary Art', September 6 through October 21, 2007


Art Fairs

Art Now Fair, Miami, December 6 - 9, 2007


Press Releases

The Kyle Kauffman Gallery is pleased to announce Developing Democracy: a New Focus on South African Photography, running from March 12 – May 30, 2009 in our new location at 150 West 25th Street.

Developing Democracy is a group exhibition focusing on dominant trends in South African contemporary photography. Included in the exhibition is recent work by David Goldblatt, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Nontsikelelo ‘Lolo’ Veleko, Raymond Keeping, Senzeni Marasela and others. These artists, young and old, male and female, white and black, world-renowned and upcoming, reflect the diversity of the new South Africa. While their subject matter, aesthetic, and approaches to the medium are equally varied, they are all working to subvert earlier photographic traditions, in order to create an innovative visual language for a new post-apartheid culture.

For over 50 years, celebrated photographer David Goldblatt has been documenting the changing political landscape of South Africa. With a discerning eye, Goldblatt captures within deceptively mundane images, South African landscape and infrastructure that on closer inspection, subtly bear indices ... [ Read all ]


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News

December 3, 2008 | The gallery is pleased to announce that we will be moving to a newly renovated space in the heart of Chelsea at 150 West 25th Street, 6th Floor. The inaugural show will be Marlene Dumas: Prints + Multiples, from December 16, 2008 - February 28, 2009, timed to coincide with MoMA’s midcareer retrospective of her paintings and drawings.


Location And Getting There

150 West 25th Street
Between 6th and 7th Avenue
Chelsea

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Contact-Directors/Staff

Director: Kyle Kauffman


Opening Times

Tuesday - Saturday
12 - 6 pm