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Skarstedt (20 E. 79th Street, New York, NY) was founded in 1994 by Per Skarstedt to mount historical exhibitions by Contemporary European and American artists. The New York gallery's program focuses on concepts such as representation, authorship, identity, and sexual politics across a wide-range of media. Skarstedt's unique relationship with artists allows it to present museum-quality exhibitions both on the primary and secondary markets, creating a dialogue between the generations.
Located at 8 Bennet Street, Skarstedt’s new London gallery is situated in the historic district of St James’s, on the corner of Arlington Street and Bennet Street, both named after Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington. Known as ‘ministerial street’ in the 17th and 18th centuries, the street was previously home to Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole and his son Horace Walpole, an esteemed collector and connoisseur. Measuring 5,000 square feet, with the main exhibition space at ground floor level, the three interconnected galleries enable Skarstedt to continue its program, of historically-researched and museum-quality exhibitions.
The gallery works with the following artists and artists’ estates: John Baldessari, Georg Baselitz, Alighiero Boetti, John Chamberlain, George Condo, Willem de Kooning, Carroll Dunham, Eric Fischl, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Lucio Fontana, Günther Förg, Keith Haring, Jenny Holzer, KAWS, Mike Kelley, Yves Klein, Barbara Kruger, Robert Mapplethorpe, Juan Muñoz, Albert Oehlen, Sigmar Polke, Richard Prince, David Salle, Thomas Schütte, Cindy Sherman, Rosemarie Trockel, Günther Uecker, Andy Warhol, Rebecca Warren, Franz West, Sue Williams, Christopher Wool, and The Estate Martin Kippenberger in collaboration with Galerie Gisela Capitain Cologne.
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