Located in Chelsea, near New York City’s High Line elevated greenway, Malin Gallery is a contemporary art gallery working predominantly with living American artists. Formerly the Burning in Water Gallery, it was founded in 2015 by surgeon and art collector Dr. Barry Thomas Malin. Through its group and solo shows, the gallery also introduces and re-introduces artists with historical significance to its New York audience.Read More
Malin Gallery Artists
Malin Gallery represents a close-knit roster of American contemporary artists. Among them are mid-career artists such as Brooklyn-based painter Sylvia Maier, known for her portraits; sculptor Valerie Hegarty; Bronx-based artist Borinquen Gallo, who weaves together recycled disposable materials; and Philadelphia-based Jesse Krimes, whose paintings, sculptures, and installations address issues of criminal injustice.
Also represented are older artists including Oliver Lee Jackson, a visual artist closely associated with St. Louis’ Black Artists' Group (BAG) of the 1960s and 1970s; and Barbara Nessim, a New York painter and illustrator who was a pioneer of computer illustrations.
Malin Gallery also presents the work of the late Oakland abstract expressionist Arthur Monroe.
Malin Gallery Exhibitions and Art Fairs
Malin Gallery presents solo and and group shows on its rostered artists, as well as historical exhibitions of works by American, European, and African artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Günther Förg, Peter Voulkos, Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, and Elizabeth Catlett.
Malin Gallery also presents its artists to a wider audience by participating in such art fairs as Volta, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, and Untitled Art Fair Miami.
Highlights of the upcoming Miami Art Week include satellite fairs UNTITLED, ART and Art Miami, as well as exhibitions by artists in residence at the Rubell Museum and Pretentious Crap at the Perez Art Museum Miami.Read More