Drawn by the promise of sunshine and wide-open spaces, we're moving west. In early 2014, Von Lintel Gallery will open our doors in Los Angeles. We are in the process of securing a location and will announce a specific date very soon.

Initially founded in Munich, Germany in 1993, Von Lintel Gallery opened in the Chelsea gallery district in 1999. After two decades in business and fourteen wonderful and successful years in New York, we are excited to become part of the burgeoning, vibrant Los Angeles art world. Drawn by the growing community of artists living in LA and the opportunity to be part of a developing art center, the move to California will allow us to expand our vision and scope. The contemporary art scene in LA, presents greater opportunities and flexibility for us, and we are excited both to exhibit new artists and to introduce the gallery program to new audiences. And importantly, Thomas von Lintel can't wait to have a lemon tree in his backyard.

We are leaving our current space in January 2014 to open a Manhattan office under the stewardship of gallery director Amy Sande-Friedman. This will ensure a smooth transition and allow us to continue working with our New York clients and artists.

Our last show in Chelsea, California Dreaming, opening December 12, will be a celebration of our terrific years in New York and the exciting new chapter about to begin in LA.

Von Lintel Gallery
520 West 23rd Street, Ground Floor
New York (NY) 10011 United States
Tel. +1 (212) 2420599

Opening hours
Tuesday - Saturday
From 10am to 6pm and by appointment

Related images

  1. Melanie Willhide, Marjorie in May, Haight/Ashbury, 2006, 2011, archival pigment print, 30 x 28 inches (76.2 x 71.1 cm), edition of 5. Image courtesy of the artist and Von Lintel Gallery
  2. Melanie Willhide, Trick #2 and Trick #4, Palm Springs, June, 2011, archival pigment print, 30 x 28 inches, edition of 5. Image courtesy of the artist and Von Lintel Gallery
  3. Klea McKenna, Rain Study (Kona) 10, 2013, photogram of rain on gelatin silver fiber paper, unique, 20 x 24 inches (50.8 x 61 cm). Image courtesy of the artist and Von Lintel Gallery