Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Works Available for Purchase
Works Available for Purchase

B ryce Wolkowitz Gallery opened its doors in 2002, bringing a pioneering spirit and far reaching vision to Chelsea’s vibrant gallery district. Unique among his peers, Bryce Wolkowitz developed a program to compete with established galleries by investigating the intersection of art and technology in a manner where tradition and innovation find themselves as collaborators in a nascent dialogue on the importance of art in contemporary society.

Eighteen years later, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery continues the dialogue with an expanding catalogue of artists who have made substantial contributions in the fields of photography, painting, sculpture and media art.

Bryce has organized over 120 exhibitions and has been an active participant in International Art fairs over this time.

The gallery offers advisement, planning and execution of commissions for the public and private sectors. His repertoire of artists have participated in major site-specific and public installations including Jim Campbell’s LED work for the top exterior of the Salesforce Tower, S.F., Jose Parla’s 90-foot mural for the lobby of One World Trade Center, N.Y., Edward Burtynsky’s collaboration with Daniel Libeskind for the National Holocaust Museum, Ontario, Canada and Ben Rubin’s multi-media installation for the lobby of Renzo Piano’s New York Times Building, N.Y.

Their artists have worked with noted architects on previous projects including Peter Marino, Snohetta, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, Gabellini Sheppard Associates, and SHoP Architects to name a few.

Bryce has organized numerous exhibitions of his artist’s works, in the US, Europe and Asia, and has placed significant works across all media within Institutions, Foundations, corporate collections and private collectors. Among them The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Albright Knox Art Gallery, The Borusan Foundation, Turkey, & The Thoma Foundation, Chicago, among others.

The galleries artists have contributed to major Biennials world-wide. Additionally, the gallery has published and contributed to numerous monographs of their artists throughout the years.

 
STEPHEN WILKES
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Day to Night™, 2015
$21,500
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STEPHEN WILKES
Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, Day to Night™, 2014
$26,650
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STEPHEN WILKES
Times Square, NYC, Day to Night™, 2010
$26,500
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STEPHEN WILKES
Coney Island Boardwalk, NY, Day to Night™, 2017
$31,500
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STEPHEN WILKES
Tour de France, Paris, Day to Night™, 2016
$27,800
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NIKO LUOMA
Self-titled Adaptation of Lying Figure with Hypodermic Syringe (1968)/ Version 2, 2019
$21,500
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NIKO LUOMA
Self-titled Adaptation of Peter Getting out of Nick's Pool (1966) Version II, 2018
$21,500
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NIKO LUOMA
Self-titled Adaptation of Guernica (1937), 2015
$41,500
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NIKO LUOMA
Self-titled Adaptation of Raum 19 (1968), Version 1, 2019
$21,500
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EDWARD BURTYNSKY
Uralkali Potash Mine #6, Berezniki, Russia, 2017/2018
$22,000
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EDWARD BURTYNSKY
Cathedral Grove #1, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, 2017/2018
$45,000
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EDWARD BURTYNSKY
Colorado River Delta #12, Sonora, Mexico, 2011/2016
$22,000
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JOJAKIM CORTIS AND ADRIAN SONDEREGGER
Making of "Seated Female Nude" (by Eugene Durieu and Eugene Delacroix, 1854), 2017
$8,500
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JOJAKIM CORTIS AND ADRIAN SONDEREGGER
Making of "Parade, Hoboken, New Jersey" (by Robert Frank, 1955), 2017
$11,000
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JOJAKIM CORTIS AND ADRIAN SONDEREGGER
Making of "Untitled, 1973" (by William Eggleston, 1973), 2016
$13,000
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