From its origins as a prestigious artist co-operative in New York, celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2008, the Phoenix Gallery has
evolved into a community-oriented center for all the arts. Founded in 1958, during the
"Tenth Street" days, the gallery now has artist-members from around the world,
all dedicated to the highest level of professionalism. Each brings his/her own unique
style and vision to the diverse group that makes up the Phoenix Gallery. These artists,
all carefully chosen for membership by Phoenix artist peers, work in all media and create
art that encompasses and reflects wide cultural and ethnic interests.
In addition to providing artist-members elegant space to exhibit, the gallery reaches
out to the members of the community, scheduling juried competitions, dance programs,
poetry readings, book signings, plays and lectures. A special exhibition space, The
Project Room, has been established for guest-artist exhibits. The Phoenix Gallery is a
non-profit 501-(c) (3) organization.
The Phoenix Gallery has recently re-located to 210 Eleventh Avenue, Suite 902, in the
exciting area of Chelsea, New York. The gallery has 2500 square feet, over 190 linear
feet of display area. There are storage and bin areas for active inventory of members'
The Phoenix Gallery has a full time director who runs the gallery and promotes and
develops contacts with private individuals, art consultants and corporations. The
director also promotes sales and encourages visibility of artist members.
PHOENIX GALLERY MISSION STATEMENT
In continuous operation since 1958, the Phoenix Gallery represents a committed artist community that
runs a non-profit public exhibition space for fellow professional and emerging artists. In addition, it
awards fellowships, hosts juried exhibitions, and promotes the work of all its members.
Joan Harmon, President
Harriet Goldstein, Secretary
Louise Weinberg, Treasurer
Members at Large
Honorary Member: Pamela Bennett Ader
Dr. Steven Fochios