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"It Felt Like Going Home"

When Betty Cuningham Gallery moved from 25th Street in Chelsea to 15 Rivington Street on the LES, Betty said it felt like going home. Her first gallery was over Fanelli’s on Prince Street from 1972 - 82. In 1982 she joined Hirschl & Adler Galleries, at the start of Hirschl & Adler Modern. After 16 years, she moved to the Robert Miller Gallery. In 2004, Betty Cuningham Gallery reopened in Chelsea, where it remained for 10 years.  And, in 2014, the gallery opened at 15 Rivington, just a few blocks away from Fanelli’s.



Betty Cuningham Gallery 

(212) 242-2772


Current Hours:

Monday - Friday; appointment only


Our location at 15 Rivington Street is now closed to the public. For information regarding our upcoming transition please monitor our website, social media, and email announcements.


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The Gallery regrets that it is unable to accept any unsolicited submissions. Please do not send envelopes, packages or emails to the gallery as they will not be reviewed.

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