Anna Zorina Gallery
532 West 24 Street
New York, NY 10011
Tuesday – Saturday
10am – 6pm
Saturday & Sunday by appointment
The health and safety of our visitors and staff is our top priority. We kindly ask to follow CDC
recommended guidelines when visiting, including wearing a facial covering and maintain a social distance of six feet.
Anna Zorina, Founder & Director
Marie Nyquist, Director
Stan Narten, Photographer
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Thomas Brown, Olu & Company, email@example.com
*The Gallery does not accept unsolicited artist submissions.
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Anna Zorina Gallery is a contemporary art gallery devoted to promoting the powerful positive image.
The gallery represents contemporary emerging and established artists who allow for intuition and intelligence to coexist. These artists do not set themselves apart from but rather engage with the world through strong constructive responses to aesthetic, cultural and personal questions. The gallery sees negative poses and expressions as too easy to fall into in the current climate, and chooses artists who successfully maintain a joy in the expression of their vision, whose instinct is to embrace and include rather than attack and reject.
Established in 2013 on West 23rd Street in Chelsea, the Gallery relocated to a larger location on West 24th Street in 2019 to double the footprint in which artists are able to explore and present their vision.
The Gallery champions artists from the beginning of their career and has been pleased to present the debut solo exhibitions of artists incluidng Jordy kerwick, George Rouy, Dale Lewis, Graham Wilson, Alexandria Smith and Jay Stuckey. Other notable exhibitions have included the exploratory solo shows of Alexander Kaletski; an immersive installation by Azikiwe Mohammed; the Awkward group exhibition featuring renowned painters including Katherine Bradford, Paul Housley, Tim Stoner and William Hawkins; a historic Bernard Perlin retrospective; two solo exhibitions of John Bradford, a recipient of the Arts and Letters Award in 2011; as well as a dual show featuring artist Didier William, recipient of the 2018 Rosenthal Family Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.