DUANE REED GALLERY - The Gallery is pleased to present work by Nancy Newman Rice and Irina Zaytceva, two artists whose aesthetic vocabulary is fixated on intense levels of detail and craftsmanship. Utilizing mood rich color palettes and provocative, narrative focused concepts, each artist’s work demands attention and exploration. Also on view will be a selection of new material from Nancy Callan and Ross Richmond, two exemplary glass artists that over the years have established themselves…See More
BogosianBurnett2016.pdfDecember 16th - January 28thOpening Reception Friday, December 16th5-8 p.m.DUANE REED GALLERY - We are very excited to be exhibiting two St. Louis based painters who are working within the narrative of landscapes. Bogosian’s work puts special emphasis on the expansiveness of the sky in relation…See More
KanekoVaughn2016.pdfJUN KANEKO &JEFFREY VAUGHNSeptember 9th - October 15thOpening Reception Thursday, September 15th 5-8 p.m.View PDF attachment for more information, or contact the gallery, firstname.lastname@example.orgSee More
Friday July 8th, from 5pm - 8pm Join us for the Opening Reception of #INDULGE, a group exhibition at Duane Reed Gallery.At the heart of contemporary art culture is the vast interconnectivity mediated by the Internet. Having thousands upon thousands of images at ones disposal at any given moment has become a luxury that many take for granted. The ability to refine searches and seek out specific items of interest through the use of hashtags and key words makes it possible to find exactly what is…See More
JOHN GARRETTOctober 23rd through December 12thOpening Reception Friday, October 23rd from 5-8 p.m.(ST. LOUIS) – Duane Reed Gallery is pleased to present the sculptural works of John Garrett. This exhibition opens Friday, October 23rd, with a reception that evening from 5 - 8 pm, and will be on display through December…See More
If an artist/art student, my primary medium or mixed media is:
Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Ceramics, Fiber Arts
Since its inception in 1994, the Duane Reed Gallery has been recognized as one of the premier galleries in the Midwest representing and exhibiting internationally recognized contemporary artists working in the fields of glass, ceramics, painting, photography, and fiber. The gallery has been committed to showcasing innovative, established and emerging artists working both figuratively and abstractly. Works of notable artists including Dale Chihuly, Michael Lucero, Rudy Autio, Michael Eastman, Marvin Lipofsky, Joseph Piccillo, Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles are on view regularly.
The gallery has participated in numerous national art exhibitions since its opening, including Sculpture, Objects and Functional Art (SOFA) held each year in Chicago and New York, Art Palm Beach, Art Miami, FLOW Miami, the Palm Springs International Art Show, Town & Country Art Exposition in Palm Beach, and the Dallas International Art Fair in Texas.
With over 35 years of collective experience in the art world, the Duane Reed Gallery is a valuable resource for collectors, consultants, artists, museums, and curators. We are available to assist in a variety of areas including the development of collections, acquisition of artwork, and consultation for corporate and public spaces. The gallery has played a key role in the selection and placement of works in many corporate and public collections around the world. Gallery artists are represented in major museum collections including the Museum of Art + Design, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Musee des arts Decoratifs in Lausanne, Switzerland among others.
Situated in 4,000 sq. ft. space in the Clayton neighborhood of St. Louis, adjacent to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Ivey-Selkirk auction house, the gallery plays an ongoing active roll in a vibrant arts community. The Duane Reed Gallery continues to evolve the artists it represents and methods of presentation to continue bringing quality works of art and exhibitions to its patrons.