Pauline Galiana

Artist Pauline Galiana was born in Algiers and grew up in France. She received her MFA, at ESAG in Paris in 1984, and has an Art Business Certificate From Christie’s Education, NY. Her work has been exhibited at the New York Public Library, Asymmetrik Gallery, NYC, Baron Boisanté, NYC, Ramis Barquet Gallery, Monterrey, Mexico, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn and the Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, among others. In 2017 she participated in a one month artist residency at MassMoCa in North Adams, MA. Her work is included in the collections of UBS, New York University and private collections in New York, Washington, Houston, Paris, Riyadh, London and Sydney. She lives and works in Manhattan, NYC.

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To learn more about our artists, why they create what they make and why you should collect their work read our Studio Visit conversations with each artist.

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A winter selection of new work from gallery artists.

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Collective Isolation a group exhibition of gallery artists.

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A collection of alluring and beautiful small artwork by gallery artists! Each week of November and December we will highlight a different small work from each of our artists! Stay tuned!

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Summer group show of gallery artists: James Cullinane, Pauline Galiana, Sharon Lawless, Derek Lerner, Jerry Walden and Pancho Westendarp

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Studio Visits January - June 2019

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A concept of poetic narration runs through Pauline Galiana's multi-disciplinary artistic practice.

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On June 1st, 2019 we visited Pauline Galiana in her Manhattan studio to learn more about her history, current work and what the future may hold for her studio practice.

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Talkatives is an exhibition of 56 gouache on paper drawings selected from artist Pauline Galiana’s decade-long stream of consciousness Talkative series.

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Bits and Pieces features three artists, Pauline Galiana, Liz Jaff and Jim Osman, whose artwork consists of small parts composed together to create a larger whole. Through the repetition of similar units or the construction of site-specific elements Bits and Pieces is an exploration of form, space and materials.

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