550 -102 Cookman Avenue Asbury Park, New Jersey - NJ07712
Exhibit No.9 is a gallery for contemporary art from both established and emerging artists. Located in Asbury Park, New Jersey USA, between New York City and Philadelphia, we are situated in the heart of an urban renaissance, which has been attracting people, culture and art forms from around the world. We are an artist-directed gallery with a comprehensive in-house studio. Our mission is dually focused on the artist and the collector. We connect patrons to the works of our artists via singular works or limited editions prints. For editions, Exhibit No.9 employs a dedicated in-house master printmaker, 9 Surf Editions, to ensure museum quality for our artists and collectors, and guarantee authenticity of each set of prints. The gallery specializes in carefully curated exhibitions and inventory by the represented artists. Most works are available for sale; shown is a small sample of the artists' works available. Contact us to see complete collections by the artists.
10 North Dean Street Englewood, New Jersey - NJ07631
Gallery 270, founded in 1998 in Westwood, NJ, flourishes just 20 miles from the nexus of the fine art photographic marketplace. While over a hundred galleries actively sell photography in NYC, Gallery 270 succeeds by catering to experienced and novice collectors seeking an increasingly rare quality in the field – value. The gallery exists to serve its’ varied community while fostering an appreciation for, and the desire to own, the work of the distinguished photographers of the 20th Century and the emergent photographers of the 21st Century from around the world. We place particular emphasis on modern emerging photographers employing traditional processes such as platinum/palladium, cyanotype and gum bichromate, where the hand of the artist is so much more intimately engaged.
10 -01 Fair Lawn Ave Fair Lawn, New Jersey - NJ07410
The goal of the Pine Gallery is to offer the community the educational opportunity to see and enjoy art by professional artists whose work represents the best of major currents in contemporary art. We exhibit museum caliber art to the community. The gallery brings works of many artists of national and international stature, as well as providing a showcase for deserving local artists. The exhibits aim to reflect a variety of media, styles, cultural veiwpoints, and levels of artistic expressions. We also encourage appreciation and understanding of art to students and schools. We work closely with area schools and find that our exhibits are a great educational resource for students and adults with widely varying art backgrounds.
The Pine Gallery has exhibited many well-known, excellent artists in the past including Sir Jacob Epstein, James Kearns, Alice Neel, Raphael Soyer, Richard Anuszkiewicz and Ilya Bolotowsky, Dorothy Gillespie and Alexander Calder and many New Jersey and metropolitan area artists.
201 Mullica Hill Rd Glassboro, New Jersey - NJ08028
Rowan University Art Gallery serves as a premier cultural destination for South Jersey, the Rowan community, and surrounding region. As a center for contemporary art by emerging and established professional artists from the region, nation, and global community, the gallery is committed to showcasing all forms of visual expression and new media. The Rowan University Art Gallery is the recipient of a Citation of Excellence award from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
We've started this gallery in 2001. We all got together and agreed that it was time that Central New Jersey had a place specifically to show and foster interest in traditional fine art photographic prints, and in emerging digital imaging and printmaking techniques. There are many local shows each year that present a wide variety of photographic and digital arts on a time-limited basis, but Gallery 14 is unique in that it is only for photography and digital images - all year 'round.
74 Bridge Street Lambertville, New Jersey - NJ08530
At the Red Filter Gallery, we wish to serve a growing audience of fine art photography enthusiasts. A rich history of photography over the past century and a half has provided a firm basis for the contemporary artist today. The viewer engages with the image … its execution and technology rooted in tradition ... the art embodying creative expression in new and different ways.
Fine art photography currently encompasses a broad range of creative mediums and we seek to explore some of those evolving modalities. But at the heart of our programs will be a focus on monochrome images, Black and White, allowing new examination of abstraction, tonalities, textures and light.
1200 Morris Tpke space C-101 Short Hills, New Jersey - NJ07078
YellowKorner was created in 2006 by two friends, Alexandre de Metz and Paul-Antoine Briat, both lovers of photography from a young age. The YellowKorner concept is very simple: to introduce the greatest photographers from all over the world and to increase the number of copies of their work to make it accessible to as many collectors as possible. So, instead of offering 10 prints at £5,000, YellowKorner chooses to publish 500 at £100. With galleries in Europe and in the United States, YellowKorner presents a wide panorama of contemporary photography worldwide. Each of the galleries responds to the primary demand of YellowKorner's founders: to make these exhibition spaces a place for the public and artists to meet and exchange ideas, places of culture. To do this, the galleries organise events, previews where photographers and celebrities come in the spirit of sharing, lessons so that the public can discover photographic art.