Hauser & Wirth is an internationally acclaimed gallery of contemporary and modern art.

The first gallery  was founded in Zurich in 1992.

In September 2009  Hauser & Wirth opened a New York gallery in the Upper East Side of Manhattan with ‘Allan Kaprow. Yard’  an Environment first made in 1961 by Allan Kaprow.

In 2013, Hauser & Wirth opened their second New York gallery at 511 West 18th Street, in what used to be the Roxy. Located on the second level of a Chelsea garage, the gallery draws visitors up a long, sweeping stairway before revealing the 10,000 sf exhibition space. Several artists contributed to the project including Björn Roth, who designed the gallery’s Roth Bar as a tribute to his father Dieter Roth; and Martin Creed, who created a custom installation for the entrance stair hall.

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Installation view, A Luta Continua
Collecting as a Talent - The Wonders within The Sylvio Perlstein Collection

Art Exhibitions | Elena Martinique

The exhibition at Hauser and Wirth provides a unique insight into the Sylvio Perlstein collection, spanning 20th and 21st-century avant-garde art.

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Yto Barrada at Pace, Installation View
8 Gallery Shows to See in New York During Frieze Week

Art Exhibitions, Top Lists | Elena Martinique

The New York spring art season is upon us. We have compiled a list of eight remarkable shows to see while you're in the city for the Frieze Week.

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Marcel Mariën - The Elusive (L'Introuvable), 1937
The Sylvio Perlstein Collection at Hauser & Wirth

Top Lists | Elena Martinique

A Luta Continua is the first United States presentation of the Sylvio Perlstein Collection.

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