Since its founding in 2002, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery has made a major commitment to representing new media artists who are exploring the intersection of art and technology. The gallery's dedication to supporting an array of innovative practices has been the catalyst for the expansion of its program to include painting and sculpture.
The gallery takes an active role in securing and overseeing major public commissions for its roster of artists, including José Parlá's 90-foot mural for One World Trade Center, Jim Campbell's LED installation for the San Diego Airport and Ben Rubin's interactive installation for the New York Times headquarters.
As a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), the gallery has a long history of dedication to exhibiting photographers with a strong socio-geographic mission, namely Canadian environmental photographer Edward Burtynsky and Amsterdam-based ethnographic photographer Jimmy Nelson.
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery also facilitates the publishing of artist monographs and organizing international exhibitions.
505 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10011
212 243 8830
Artists & Designers