NEW LOCATION! ONE HERALD PLAZA | DOWNTOWN MIAMI ON BISCAYNE BAY International Contemporary & Modern Art Fair

December 2 - 7, 2014
Exhibitor listing
  • Girl with Mirror - Wayne Thiebaud
  • Untitled - Willem de Kooning
  • Untitled (White Rose in Pink Box) - Wayne Thiebaud
  • After 5 - Thomas Downing
  • Destine (Death of Venus) - Bo Bartlett

Allan Stone Projects


Allan Stone Projects
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New York, New York 10011
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Exhibitor's Artists:

Arman




Also represented by: RUDOLF BUDJA GALLERY,
Bo Bartlett




Bo Bartlett - Destine (Death of Venus)
Destine (Death of Venus)
Also exhibited by: GP Contemporary,
Thomas Downing




Thomas Downing - After 5
After 5
Also exhibited by: Yares Art,
Also represented by: Vallarino Fine Art, CONNERSMITH.,
Peter Gee




Kazuko Inoue




Steve McCallum




Diana Moore




Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

César

Robert Baribeau

Dan Basen

David Beck

William Beckman

James Bohary

Peter Dean

George Deem

Randall Deihl

Richard Haden

James Havard

Richard Hickam

Robert Mallary

Robert S. Neuman

Wayne Nowack

Richard Sheehan

Edvin Strautmanis

Jack Whitten

ABOUT

Modern Masters, Contemporary Art, Tribal, Folk art and Americana, Decorative Arts and Design, from the Allan Stone Collection
Founded in 1960
Dorothy Goldeen   President
Bo Joseph   Director
Allan Stone Projects is the exclusive representative of the Allan Stone Collection, comprised of modern masterworks, contemporary art, tribal and folk art, Americana, and important decorative arts and industrial design. The gallery curates scholarly exhibitions, produces original publications, advises collectors, and participates in art fairs. Allan Stone Projects (formerly Allan Stone Gallery) opened in its current space in November 2013, following fifty years on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Founded in 1960 by visionary connoisseur and dealer Allan Stone (1932-2006), the gallery has been admired for over half a century. Today its prodigious inventory stands as a unique amalgam in which major tendencies in Modern art can be traced and celebrated across decades.
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