UNIX Gallery was founded in 2008 in Miami with a distinctive focus on the primary contemporary art market and in 2013 expanded with a location in New York. Representing an international group of established and emerging artists, the gallery stimulates the careers of artists with compelling, unique visions who utilize exquisite artistic execution.

Aiming at providing a forum for innovative exhibitions and artistic exchange, UNIX Gallery meticulously selects artists based on their individual signature style. Artists represented by UNIX Gallery have exhibited extensively in galleries, museums, and fairs world-wide. Most recent exhibitions of note include: Venice Biennial (2011; 2009), MoMA, MOAH, National Museum of Modern Art, Station Museum of Contemporary Art (2015), and National Portrait Gallery (2014).

Works from the gallery are in the permanent collection of the Deutsche Bank (Roma), John Elkann Collection (Duesseldorf), Morgan Stanley Bank (Los Angeles), Philip Morris, The Weisman Foundation, President Bill Clinton, Bank Oppenheim (Germany), Porsche SE, Keith Richards (London), Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgio Pefetti, The Jordanian Royal Family, Tennesee State Museum, Aldrich Museum of Art and Van den Broek collection (The Netherlands).

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