ANDERSON CONTEMPORARY GALLERY
nderson Contemporary was founded by Ronni Anderson in 2015. Branching out from traditional art districts, Anderson is carving a niche in the trending FiDi neighborhood of Manhattan with the opening of her gallery in the expansive commercial lobby space of 180 Maiden Lane. The gallery is proud to represent a diverse group of visionary artists working across media, including painting, photography, mixed media and sculpture. The exhibition program includes solo and group shows as well as select collaborative exhibitions. We are dedicated to providing expert guidance and personal attention to private and corporate collectors in acquisitions of works of art. Anderson Contemporary is also becoming a cultural hub collaborating with Yvonne Grzenkowicz, the founder of ANNY (ANIMATION NIGHTS NEW YORK) monthly – curated screenings of international animated short films. We co-hosted Passage to Israel —an exhibit based on Karen Lehrman Bloch’s book featuring multiple photographers that examines how the small strip of land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea became a unique bridge between Africa, Asia and Europe, and profusion of cultures, customs and traditions —with an opening performance by MATISYAHU. We have worked with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council with their River to River Festival, hosting the Ephrat Asherie dance performance. We are very excited about our upcoming art exhibit FORWARD SLASH featuring digital paintings by Gary Kaleda and an interactive exhibit by Erik Sanner entitled Mars Tearoom, and Malin Abrahamsson’s animated paintings on March 16! In 2017 we will continue to bring more art and cultural events to Anderson Contemporary, 180 Maiden Lane. andersoncontemporary.com
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Seminole Spirit featuring Behati Prinsloo, Limited edition print, UV Pigment Print on Igarashi Kozo, a Japanese handmade paper with a deckled edge. handmade paper with a deckled edge.
Kate Moss, limited edition, archival giclee print with plexi finish.