fifty years promoting

Modern & Contemporary

Art of the Americas

Roberto MATTA, Untitled, 1957, oil on canvas

Elsa GRAMCKO, Obra Muy Negra, 1960,
Mixed media on wood

Elsa GRAMCKO, Obra Muy Negra, 1960, mixed media on wood

Hector POLEO, Recuerdo de un Viaje, 1944, oil on canvas

Jacobo BORGES, Alba, 1956, oil on canvas

José María CRUXENT, Example Physiologique des Muqueuses
Sensibles,
1962, Oil and mixed media on canvas

José María CRUXENT, Example Physiologique des Muqueuses Sensibles,
1962, oil and mixed media on canvas

Armando REVERÓN Rostro de Mujer
c. 1935, Oil on canvas

Armando REVERÓN Rostro de Mujer c. 1935, oil on canvas

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CDS Gallery has been a pioneering promoter of modern and contemporary Art of the Americas since 1981.

Founded by the renowned art critic, dealer and collector Clara Diament Sujo, and initially known as Estudio Actual, the gallery opened its doors in Caracas in 1968 with the first posthumous exhibition of the work of Marcel Duchamp.

Over the course of its long history, with 180 exhibitions in New York alone, CDS Gallery regularly exhibited the work of such seminal modernist figures as Joaquín Torres-Garcia, Wifredo Lam, Roberto Matta, Alejandro Otero, Mercedes Pardo, Elsa Gramcko and Hedda Sterne. Throughout this time, the gallery advocated an internationalist outlook, free of constraints and national borders.

Member of the Art Dealers Association of America.

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LOCATION

CDS Gallery

85 Delancey Street

New York, NY 10002

HOURS

By appointment only

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