Exhibiting paintings, sculptures and works on paper by contemporary and modern masters with a focus on Pop and Street art
Arman, Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mr. Brainwash, Jim Dine, Keith Haring, Rob Hay, Damien Hirst, Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Swoon, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann and Russell Young, among others.
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Dominic J. Taglialatella has been a major force in the global art community for nearly four decades starting in 1978 in Lambertville, New Jersey and then opening on Madison Avenue in New York City in 1981. In 1993, the gallery hosted an exhibition of Dutch period work by Van Gogh and in 1995 Taglialatella became an advisor to the board of the CoBrA Museum in the Netherlands. In 2000, the gallery began focusing on Pop Art showing works by Warhol, Haring and Wesselmann and quickly became one of the most important Warhol dealers worldwide. In 2001 the gallery opened a 4000 sq. ft. ground level space in the heart of Chelsea and today that space serves as headquarters and focuses on international Modern and Contemporary masters with an emphasis on the American Pop Art Movement.
Recognizing that an increasing number of clientele wintered in Palm Beach, Taglialatella Galleries opened a two level gallery space in the historic Via Bice just off world famous Worth Avenue in 2008. In the autumn of 2010, Taglialatella Galleries launched its first European gallery in Paris, France. Working in association with Nadegé Buffe, the opening of the two level gallery in the revitalized Marais district featured American Pop Art and was a media sensation.
Taglialatella’s extensive inventory includes works by artists such as Warhol, Wesselmann, Katz, Arman, Lichtenstein Rauschenberg, Haring, Indiana, Basquiat, Frankenthaler, Christo, and Hirst. In addition to our aforementioned prolific masters, the gallery represents mid-career and primary artists, such as Rob Hay, Sanzi, and Russell Young.
Additionally, one of the most significant ventures occurred in 2007 when Dominic and Sally Taglialatella established the Katherine M. Taglialatella Foundation, a non-profit organization that donates 100% of all proceeds raised to provide scholarship for minority students of single parents attending the Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School in East Harlem. www.kmtfoundation.org