John A. • November 15, 2014Traditional multiroom gallery space, but large enough to hold fun and bright, giant Takashi Murikami pieces. Location on 24th Street is good to catch multiple other galleries on the same block.
Tiffany & Co • June 1, 2011Chelsea’s exhilarating mix of cutting-edge masterworks should not be missed by lovers and lovers of the visual arts. Steal away for a weekday afternoon and check out the David Zwirner gallery.
Vivianne V. • September 11, 2012A collection of works at the Egyptian is odd.The diversity of themes, styles, periods is fantastic. One of the museums and space whose works are always very clean. Impeccable.
HUGO BOSS • November 3, 2010Ten Warhol works, including “Green Car Crash (Green Burning Car),” sold for $136.7 million here in May 2007, setting a then-record for a contemporary artist in a single sale. (via ARTINFO)
BLOUIN ARTINFO • May 14, 2010An Andy Warhol self-portrait sold for a record $32.6m on May 12, 2010, at the auction house's contemporaryart sale. The painting is the most expensive work of 1980s art ever sold at auction.
naveen • June 21, 2014A must to round out your knowledge of Donald Judd, of SoHo of years past. An incredibly beautiful, peaceful space. Do be sure to schedule your tour late afternoon; sunset makes the floors richer.
ThePurplePassport.com • August 7, 2012Galleries like this one alternate with funky shops, cool cafés, and the High Line (which cuts through the center of the neighborhood), making this a great area to spend a cultured weekend afternoon.
The New Yorker • February 15, 2011After opening in 1950, the gallery amounted to a salon for the New York School of poets, publishing the first or second books of John Ashbery, Frank O’Hara, James Schuyler and Barbara Guest.