Liz Sterling and Jonathan Boos Announce the Opening of a New Shared Gallery Space Located at 980 Madison in New York City: Inaugural Exhibition Scheduled for March 2022

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  • November 04, 2021

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Two longtime industry veterans, Liz Sterling and Jonathan Boos, are collaborating on a joint exhibition space located on the third floor of 980 Madison Avenue, one of New York City’s premiere destinations for fine art. The new space will join esteemed galleries such as Dickinson, Gagosian, and Edward Tyler Nahem, among others, when it opens in March 2022.

 

The new gallery will be home to Sterling and Boos’ respective art advisory businesses, while also providing a venue in which to collaborate on exhibitions and special projects.

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“Liz and I have known each other for twenty years and counting. During this time, we have had the chance to collaborate on numerous deals and projects, both when Liz was at Christie’s and most recently during her time at Sotheby’s. What has come out of that collaboration is a solid relationship built on years of trust and confidence in each other’s abilities and eye. It’s an exciting new step for us to take our collaborations to the next level, while still maintaining our autonomy as private dealers and advisors,” said Boos.

 

Sterling and Boos will present three to four exhibitions per year, varying in subject matter from European and American art from the 19th and 20th centuries to contemporary art. The inaugural exhibition will be a jointly curated group presentation of secondary market works across all aspects of Sterling and Boos’ expertise, including Modernism, Social Realism, Abstraction, Post-War and Contemporary. Guest curators and international galleries may also be invited to collaborate on future exhibitions. 

 

“Jonathan and I are very encouraged to see growth in the market from many of the artists we have championed for years – artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Norman Lewis, Jacob Lawrence, Charles White, Edward Hopper, Romare Bearden and many others. A number of collectors are looking to expand the narrative of their collections, which presents opportunities for interesting juxtapositions and dialogues. There now seems to be a greater openness to reconsidering these artists in the current climate and we are excited to have the opportunity to present thoughtfully curated exhibitions in a beautiful and intimate space,” said Sterling.

 

For media requests, please contact:

 

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Lauren Cody

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