Castelli Gallery

Castelli Gallery

Works Available for Purchase
Works Available for Purchase

C astelli Gallery was founded by Leo Castelli in 1957 with a mission to exhibit emerging American avant-garde artists. Considered the most influential art dealer of the Post-War period, Leo Castelli had a gift for discovering new talents. Under his guide, the gallery became the epicenter of Pop Art, Minimal Art, Conceptual Art and Post-Minimal Art. The gallery has been home to, among others, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, John Chamberlain, Richard Pettibone, Robert Morris, Dan Flavin, Bruce Nauman, Richard Serra, Keith Sonnier, and Joseph Kosuth.

Castelli Gallery maintains two exhibition spaces in New York City, at 18 East 77th Street and 24 West 40th Street. Through exhibitions, publications, and events the gallery continues to promote the work of Pop, Minimal and Conceptual artists.


 
JOHN CHAMERBLAIN
View from the Cockpit, Series #342, 1976
$20,000
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ROBERT MORRIS
Untitled, 1969
$25,000
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ROBERT MORRIS
Untitled, 1969
$25,000
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RICHARD PETTIBONE
Andy Warhol, 'Three Campbell's Soup Cans, Cream of Celery, Chicken Gumbo, and Scotch Broth', 1962, 1990–2009
$35,000
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RICHARD PETTIBONE
Andy Warhol, 'Two Campbell's Soup Cans, Chicken with Rice, and Beef', 1962, 1990–2009
$30,000
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RICHARD PETTIBONE
Andy Warhol, 'Campbell's Soup Can, Bean with Bacon', 1962, 1990–2009
$20,000
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