Chelsea New York Art Galleries

Chelsea New York Galleries

303 Gallery
Able Fine Art NY
ACA Galleries
Agora Gallery
Aperture Gallery
Alexander Gray Associates
Allan Stone Projects
Ameringer McEnery Yohe
Andrea Rosen Gallery
Andrew Kreps Gallery
Anton Kern Gallery
Artemisa Gallery
Asya Geisberg Gallery
Atlantic Gallery
Benrubi Gallery
Blue Mountain Gallery
Bowery Gallery
BravinLee Programs
Bruce Silverstein
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
C24 Gallery
Caelum Gallery
Carolina Nitsch Project Room
Carter Burden Gallery
Cavin-Morris Gallery
Ceres Gallery
Chambers Fine Art
Cheim & Read
Claire Oliver
Cristin Tierney
Cuban Art Space
CUE Art Foundation
Daniel Cooney Fine Art
David Krut Projects
David Nolan New York
David Zwirner
Davidson Contemporary
DC Moore Gallery
De Buck Gallery
Denise Bibro Fine Art
Dia Art Foundation
Dillon Gallery
Driscoll Babcock
Edward Thorp Gallery
Elizabeth Harris Gallery
Ethan Cohen Fine Arts
Field Projects
First Street Gallery
Flomenhaft Gallery
Friedman Benda
Galerie Lelong
Gallery Henoch
Garvey | Simon Art Access
George Adams Gallery
George Billis Gallery
Gladstone Gallery
Greene Naftali
Heller Gallery
Howard Scott Gallery
International Print Center New York
Jack Shainman Gallery
James Cohan
Jane Lombard Gallery
Jim Kempner Fine Art
Jonathan LeVine Gallery
Josee Bienvenu Gallery
Joshua Liner Gallery
Julie Saul Gallery
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts
Kim Foster Gallery
Klein Sun Gallery
Kravets / Wehby
Lehmann Maupin
Leila Heller Gallery
Leslie Tonkonow Artworks
Littlejohn Contemporary Art
Loretta Howard Gallery
Luhring Augustine
Luise Ross Gallery
Lyons Wier Gallery
M55 Art
Magnan Metz Gallery
Margaret Thatcher Projects
Marianne Boesky Gallery
Martos Gallery
Mary Boone Gallery
Mary Ryan Gallery
Matthew Marks Gallery
Maxwell Davidson Gallery
Metro Pictures Gallery
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Miyako Yoshinaga
Murray Guy
Nancy Hoffman Gallery
Nancy Margolis Gallery
Nicole Klagsbrun
NOHO-M55 Gallery
Pace Gallery
Paul Kasmin
Paul Kasmin Gallery
Pavel Zoubok Gallery
Petzel Gallery
Porter Contemporary
Primavera Gallery
Prince Street Gallery
Printed Matter, Inc.
Ricco/Maresca Gallery
Rick Wester Fine Art
Robert Mann Gallery
Robert Miller Gallery
Rubin Museum of Art
Rush Arts Gallery
Sean Kelly Gallery
Sears Peyton Gallery
Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
Skarstedt, Chelsea
Skoto Gallery
Steven Kasher Gallery
Stricoff Fine Art
Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Susan Inglett
Taglialatella Galleries
Tanja Grunert
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
The Curator Gallery
The Painting Center
The Pivot Gallery
Thomas Erben Gallery
Tyler Rollins Fine Art
Unix Gallery
Viridian Artists
Walter Wickiser Gallery
Yancey Richardson Gallery
Yossi Milo Gallery
Zieher Smith & Horton

Chelsea New York Galleries. Chelsea is world famous for the arts.
Chelsea is roughly located west of Broadway over to the Hudson River, from West 14th to West 30th Streets.
Chelsea is one of the oldest neighborhoods in New York City to keep its original name. Back in 1750, an entrepreneurial Englishman named Thomas Clarke bought a “ten-square-block span” of land near the water in New York, and named the estate ‘Chelsea’ “after a soldier’s home near London” (Williams). The original Chelsea stretched between 8th and 10th Avenues, and 19th and 24th Streets (Williams). Although Clarke bought the initial chunk of land and entitled it Chelsea, he is not said to have been the official founder; his grandson, Clement Clarke Moore – the writer of The Night Before Christmas – who divided the original estate in the 1830s is considered to be instead. After this division, Chelsea really began to develop and grow.…….Chelsea History

Chelsea is a neighborhood in the west side of the borough of Manhattan that goes from roughly 14th Street and the Hudson River to somewhere near 6th Avenue and 5th Avenue.To the north is Hell’s Kitchen enter the Northeast as the Garment District chelsea at exit to name from the estate and Georgian style house, by 1869 a theater district formed in the area and West 23rd Street was the center of American Theater It was known for Mary Pickford’s First pictures. Chelsea has people from many cultures is known for quite a friendly residential community. Galleries Cuban Chinese coffee shop boutiques anchored on the west by the art Rich Highline and home to the world world class Rubin Museum, renowned Foreman spaces