Fine Art Photography at Yancey Richardson Gallery

New York is one of the best cities in the world to enjoy contemporary art in all its many forms. From visual arts and public installations to street performances and film festivals, art is everywhere in New York, coming in all shapes and sizes. But if you want to experience contemporary art to the fullest, then you should definitely visit local fine art galleries. There are thousands of them in New York, so your choice is truly impressive. For example, we would like to recommend visiting Yancey Richardson Gallery in Chelsea. It is one of the best places in New York to enjoy and acquire fine art photography.

Fine Art Photography at Yancey Richardson Gallery

Founded by Yancey Richardson in 1995, Yancey Richardson Gallery is a well-established gallery specializing in fine art photography, lens-based media, and film. The gallery was initially opened in Soho but moved to the famous Chelsea art district in 2000. Yancey Richardson Gallery is a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers and the Art Dealers Association of America.

The selection of art presented at Yancey Richardson Gallery is truly amazing. These include works by both critically recognized and emerging artists from around the world. In particular, the gallery represents Hellen van Meene, Zanele Muholi, Andrew Moore, Laura Letinsky, Ori Gersht, Mitch Epstein, Lynn Geesaman, and Masao Yamamoto, among others. Yancey Richardson Gallery has also presented art exhibitions of such historically significant figures as Ed Ruscha, William Eggleston, and Lewis Baltz. Besides, the gallery closely collaborates with other fine art galleries, private institutions, and museums to advance the careers of its talented artists.

At Fine Art Shippers, we had the pleasure of working with Yancey Richardson Gallery, and we highly recommend this fantastic place to all connoisseurs of the fascinating art of photography. You will love this gallery and its outstanding selection of artworks!

Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons User David Shankbone / CC BY-SA 3.0