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Anderson Contemporary presents Hooligans

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Anderson Contemporary is pleased to share Hooligans, a group exhibition curated by Dominique Ramirez and Michael Barkagan. 

“Hooligans” comprises the artwork of three native New Yorkers: Ian Sullivan, Josh Fayer, ​and Victoria De Lesseps. The group exhibition explores the impact both physical and social environments leave on the human psyche. Flooded with mischief, Ian Sullivan’s cityscape murals and portraits contrast his colorful personas against the dark realities of city life. Working with resin on canvas, Josh Fayer manifests the connection between consciousness and space with his abstract interpretations of nature. Victoria De Lessep’s  mixed media paintings address gender roles and the hypocrisy of society.


Exhibit on-going and closes September 8th, 2017.

Real Fake Film & Zendog Productions Host Immersive Exhibit at Anderson Contemporary

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

On May 5, 2016 Real Fake Film, ZenDog Productions and Anderson Contemporary will co-host a unique group show exhibition to celebrate the upcoming release of filmmaker Jeff Oppenheim’s new documentary “Real Fake: The Art, Life & Crimes of Elmyr de Hory.” The artists include Caroline Bergonzi, Valerie Carmet, Elenora Kupencow, Jamie Leo, Genevive Manquinay, Riad Miah, Roy Anthony Morrison, Andrei Petrov, Devorah Sperber, Darshan Manghnani, and Max Wiedemann. The artists offer individual perspective on the themes raised within the documentary. The exhibition further relies on several immersive experiences where gallery-goers will create collaborative “fakes”, envision non-visible art, and confess their Real/Fake sins at a confessional.

VIP preview Thursday, May 5, 2016,  Artists’ reception 6:30-7:30pm  Advance premiere screening 7:30, then Q&A with filmmaker & artists

The exhibition will remain on view through June 3 and will be open daily, Monday through Friday, 11AM to 6PM

A solo exhibit by photographer Russell James at Anderson Contemporary (15/Oct-15/Nov)

Monday, October 5th, 2015
Image: Russell James’ Calm Reflection from his Seminole Spirit Series (Courtesy of Anderson Contemporary)


Anderson Contemporary (art gallery) will soon join the new ‘hip’ frontier of New York’s Financial District when it opens its doors mid October. This waterfront downtown financial district, aka “FiDi”, has quickly gained much attention by its recent resurgence. Once considered a “ghost town”, over $30 billion has been spent rebuilding the area, creating an influx of development; including residential buildings, restaurants, high-end shops and hotels.

Ronni Anderson, founder of Anderson Contemporary, chose to branch out from traditional art districts, and carve a niche in FiDi culture by bringing Contemporary art to the trending area. The gallery will be located in the expansive lobby space of
180 Maiden Lane. Anderson Contemporary is proud to play a significant role in what has already been deemed as, one of the most talked about neighborhood comeback tales in New York City!


Russell James merges his deep understanding of light, shape and form to create a medley of stunning and provocative images. This exhibit is a portrait of his unique and ever-evolving photographic style, displayed through Angels, Seminole Spirit  and Nomad Two Worlds, three highly esteemed and diverse bodies of work.

Click here to read the full press release.


Russell James was born in Australia and currently lives and works in New York City. His images have become synonymous with provocative, unique perspectives of many of the most prominent people of our time in the worlds of entertainment, fashion and beauty, and his work has appeared in publications such as Vogue, W, American Photo and French Photo, Marie Claire, GQ, Sports Illustrated, a vast array of international art and photography journals, as well as ten fine-art books. To date, he has had five monographs published by teNeues, globally renowned for their fine art books and photographic anthologies. (more…)

AWAD’s NYC Chapter Meeting hosted by Mayson Gallery during Pop Up at 98 Orchard Street

Friday, February 27th, 2015

All pictures courtesy of Ronni Anderson, Mayson Gallery

This week both AWAD Chapters, NYC and London had their respective monthly Members’ meetings kindly hosted during exhibitions organised by Lisa Norris in London and Ronni Anderson in New YorkClick here for information on the AWAD London Chapter Meeting at the Lisa Norris Gallery.

Ronni Anderson who joined AWAD last month runs Mayson Gallery and her pop up exhibit at 98 Orchard Street, HEROES WANTED, closes today. Click here for more information. The pictures in this post correspond to the AWAD NYC meeting that included an interesting talk on branding by Julie Cottineau of BrandTwist.

AWAD’s NYC Chapter is led by Susie Eley of Susan Eley Fine Art and Lisa Cooper of Elisa Contemporary Art who appear in the picture above next to Ronni Anderson, Julie Cottineau and her colleague Jean Carucci, and AWAD’s CEO Susan Mumford who was in New York for Armoury week.

Gallerists, Art Dealers and Art Advisors interested in joining AWAD, please click here for details of benefits and requirements of membership, fees and application process.


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AWAD welcomes a new Member: Ronni Anderson

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

RonniAWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to announce a new Founding Member for our NYC Chapter, Ronni Anderson.

Ronni Anderson is the director of Mayson Gallery. After several years in the New York art scene, in 2011 Ronni founded Mayson Gallery to bring a diverse excellence of artists, working in various mediums, to Manhattan’s contemporary art scene.

Click here to read Ronni’s full profile and please join us in warmly welcoming Ronni to AWAD.

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