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Berry Campbell GalleryNew York

Christine Berry and Martha Campbell opened Berry Campbell Gallery in the heart of Chelsea on the ground floor in 2013. The gallery has a fine-tuned program representing artists of post-war American painting that have been overlooked or neglected, particularly women of Abstract Expressionism. Since its inception, the gallery has developed a strong emphasis in research to bring to light artists overlooked due to race, gender or geography. This unique perspective has been increasingly recognized by curators, collectors, and the press.

Berry and Campbell share a curatorial vision that continues with its contemporary program. Recently the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston acquired works by abstract painter, Jill Nathanson. Harry Cooper, senior curator and head of Modern art at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. chose a painting by Judith Godwin from the 1950s to hang in their Abstract Expressionist galleries. Works by Frank Wimberley were acquired by the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.

Berry Campbell has been included and reviewed in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Artforum, Art & Antiques, The Brooklyn Rail, the Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, East Hampton Star, Artcritical, the New Criterion, the New York Times, Vogue, and Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art. In 2020, Roberta Smith reviewed Ida Kohlmeyer: Cloistered for the New York Times. This rare group of paintings from the artist’s estate had not been on view together since they were created in the late 1960s.

Not only has Berry Campbell's program expanded, but in 2015, the gallery physically expanded, doubling its size to 2,000 square feet. The gallery recently added the estates of Frederick J. Brown and Mary Dill Henry to its roster. Berry Campbell is located at 530 West 24th Street in the heart of Chelsea, New York, on the ground floor.

Featuring Works By:

  • Mary Abbott
  • Dan Christensen
  • Elaine de Kooning
  • Eric Dever
  • Lynne Drexler
  • Perle Fine
  • Judith Godwin
  • Nancy Graves
  • Mary Dill Henry
  • Wolf Kahn
  • Ida Kohlmeyer
  • Jill Nathanson
  • Betty Parsons
  • Charlotte Park
  • Yvonne Thomas
  • Susan Vecsey