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Gallery: Carolina Nitsch

Art fair: ART BASEL, Miami Beach 2019

Artists: Tracey Emin, Thomas Schütte, Mary Heilmann

Carolina Nitsch actively publishes editions in all media with a growing roster of internationally recognized artists, ranging from traditional prints and monotypes, to sculpture editions and large installations. Our aim in publishing is to encourage the artist to explore new possibilities and media and thus we work with a large network of printers and fabricators to achieve the most innovative and original projects.

The gallery operates two spaces, in New York’s Soho and Chelsea districts, where it features 6-8 exhibitions a year, often accompanied by fully illustrated catalogs. They... more >>
Carolina Nitsch actively publishes editions in all media with a growing roster of internationally recognized artists, ranging from traditional prints and monotypes, to sculpture editions and large installations. Our aim in publishing is to encourage the artist to explore new possibilities and media and thus we work with a large network of printers and fabricators to achieve the most innovative and original projects.

The gallery operates two spaces, in New York’s Soho and Chelsea districts, where it features 6-8 exhibitions a year, often accompanied by fully illustrated catalogs. They range from curated historical group shows, to solo shows, to new projects presentations. Nitsch founded her business in 2000 after ten years of working with many important artists as director of Brooke Alexander Editions and now continues to maintain a focused inventory of significant 1960’s editions with an emphasis on minimal and conceptual art. The gallery is also known as the principal dealer of the graphic oeuvres of numerous artists including Louise Bourgeois, Blinky Palermo and Thomas Schütte. Furthermore, the gallery has been entrusted to produce editioned projects for the New Museum of Contemporary Art since 2003 and the Whitney Museum of American Art since 2008. Nitsch serves on the board of directors of the IFPDA (International Fine Print Dealers Association), as well as Printed Matter, Inc. and is currently expert for the Edition Sector at Art Basel


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