303 Gallery – A Place Where the Best Contemporary Art Resides

303 Gallery is a well-established fine art gallery founded by Lisa Spellman in Manhattan, NYC in 1984. The gallery first opened its doors at 303 Park Avenue South but later moved to East Village, then to Soho, and finally to Chelsea. 303 Gallery is currently located at 555 West 21st Street, in a beautiful building designed by the world-renowned British architectural design and engineering firm Foster and Partners, where it displays the best contemporary art by some of the most talented artists.

The Best Contemporary Art at 303 Gallery

Throughout its existence, 303 Gallery has held many important exhibitions of contemporary art. Some of the most notable include a collaborate exhibition of Robert Gober and Christopher Wool (1988), a solo exhibition of Karen Kilimnik (1991), and “100 YRS” by Doug Aitken (2013), among others.

Today, the gallery represents a select group of talented contemporary artists, offering an outstanding selection of art in diverse media. These include works by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Eva Rothschild, Alicja Kwade, Elad Lassry, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Rodney Graham, Collier Schorr, Ceal Floyer, and others. It is also worth noting that 303 Gallery is one of the most renowned NYC-based galleries bringing the best contemporary art to all major art fairs held in the United States and abroad. For example, this year, the gallery had truly gorgeous presentations at Art Basel, Frieze New York, The Armory Show, and a range of other international fairs. Fine Art Shippers highly recommends visiting this amazing art gallery at your earliest opportunity!