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Yossi MiloNew York

Founded in 2000, Yossi Milo Gallery is dedicated to discovering, supporting, and representing artists from around the globe. In 2012, the gallery moved into its current space at 245 10th Avenue to match its rigorous and ambitiously evolving program. Established as a premier photography gallery with a long history of exhibiting important and cutting-edge photographers, Yossi Milo Gallery has expanded its program in recent years to cultivate a dynamic roster of artists working in all media.

For over two decades, Yossi Milo Gallery has undertaken a number of groundbreaking projects and mounted seminal exhibitions by artists such as Kohei Yoshiyuki, whose 2007 show The Park was named by Vince Aletti as “one of the season’s most sensational” for The New Yorker. Featuring photographs of Tokyo’s underground nightlife, this exhibition brought international attention to the artist, who had not shown work publicly since his contentious debut in Japan in 1979. Similarly, the gallery presented Pieter Hugo’s debut solo exhibition in the United States in 2007, which introduced the artist to American audiences and established him as one of the foremost photographers of his generation. Representing the estates of Ezra Stoller (1915-2004) and Tim Hetherington (1970-2011), the gallery continues to champion and uplift the legacies of significant and innovative figures working in the medium of photography.

Yossi Milo Gallery has recently developed its program to support a range of artistic projects across all backgrounds. The group exhibition Intimacy brought together over seventy artworks from across four decades to trace the multigenerational impact of the HIV/AIDS crisis and articulate a new movement of queer art today. The following year, Yossi Milo Gallery presented Likeness, Doron Langberg’s watershed solo exhibition, which led to widespread critical acclaim for the artist and catapulted his career to new heights. Emblematic of the gallery’s new direction, Shikeith presented a solo exhibition with the gallery in 2022, exhibiting for the very first time his new series of oil-painted silkscreens. At an important inflection point in his practice as the artist expanded into new media, the exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery provided a platform for the debut of this series, which has since been placed in institutional collections and become a defining feature of the artist’s diverse practice.

Yossi Milo Gallery represents over thirty artists and estates, all of whom shape the gallery’s identity and fortify its mission of fostering critical dialogue across disciplines, cultures, and geographies.

Featuring Works By:

  • Matthew Brandt
  • Kathrin Linkersdorff
  • Meghann Riepenhoff