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‘Howard Wise: Exploring the New’ at Moeller Fine Art

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Otto Piene, Licht Ballett, 1969

“There are just five or six galleries that at one moment or another play a more important role, come up with new ideas,” the art dealer Leo Castelli once said. For much of his career, Castelli ran that kind of place, helping to usher in Pop and Minimalism in the 1960s. One of that era’s other special places was a space on West 57th Street run by a Cleveland-born dealer named Howard Wise, who was four years Castelli’s senior. Read More


Moeller Fine Art Moving Into a New Space in May

A map so you won't get lost. Courtesy Moeller Fine Art.

Moeller Fine Art, the Upper East Side gallery that specializes in Impressionist, modern and contemporary works, will be moving from its home at 36 East 64th Street, according to an e-mail from the gallery. As it turns out, the moving trucks won’t have to travel very far: they are moving across the street–literally–to 35 East 64th. Read More