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525 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10011
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By Appointment:
Monday – Friday
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.


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544 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10011
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T (212) 627-6100
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Jill McLennon, Assistant to Andrea Rosen

Trina Gordon, Partner

Cory Nomura, Partner

Samantha Sheiness, Partner

Rishi Chatrath, Associate

Hannah Thunhorst, Associate

Teneille Haggard, Partner and Head Artist Liaison

Amy Ontiveros, Artist Liaison and Head of Communications

Laura Lupton, Artist Liaison

Shu Ming Lim, Artist Liaison

Brittni Zotos, Associate

Sivan Amar, Head Registrar 

Caitlin Wood, Assistant Registrar

Debra Stasi, Financial Controller


Benjamin Blumberg, Director of Exhibitions and Operations


Emilie Keldie, Foundation Director

Andrew Blackley, Associate Director, Research and Archives

Katherine Page, Gallery Administrator

Eunice Kim, Gallery Administrator

Phoebe Herland, Gallery Administrator

Philip Tan, Director of Archives and Media

Justin Conner, Third Eye PR

About the Gallery

Andrea Rosen Gallery was inaugurated in January, 1990, with a seminal exhibition of work by Felix Gonzalez-Torres. This exhibition would set the pace and agenda for the entire program of the gallery: conceptually rigorous, fully aware of the responsibility of putting one's subjectivity in the public realm, and unafraid of actually being beautiful.

It has always been the goal of the gallery to retain a specific territory for each artist that we represent. What defines the artists as a group is that each, independently, is fully responsible to the medium of their choice and is fully questioning of the role that art plays in the contemporary social-political, and/or cultural arena.

We see the responsibility of the gallery as threefold: to work for the long-term development of each artist's career, acting as a liaison to international galleries and museums as well as placing works in collections; to create an historical archive for each artist; and to act as an accessible public space in which the exhibitions become an exemplary gesture of the power of subjectivity to the audience at large.