LTMH Gallery

The LTMH Gallery is located on a quiet street right off Madison Avenue in New York’s Upper East Side.

 

The LTMH Gallery is situated on the 3rd floor of a typical Upper East Side apartment building.

LTMH is the gallery to go to if you are looking for Middle Eastern art in the USA. The gallery represents world-renown Middle Eastern artists including Afsoon, Soody Sharifi, and Kezban Arca Batibeki to name a few.

 

Info provided by LTMH:

Founded in 1982, LTMH Gallery has established a worldwide reputation in both the primary and secondary art market.  Known for an active and innovative exhibition schedule, the gallery shows works in various media from international contemporary artists to modern masters, with a specialization in artists from the Middle East.

With an emphasis on discovering and cultivating new talent, the gallery presents imaginative thematic exhibitions and tightly focused solo exhibitions with work from both prominent figures on the international stage and emerging artists.

The gallery has placed work in major private collections and museums internationally. With a rigorous art fair schedule, LTMH Gallery participates in fairs in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Istanbul.

For over 25 years, the gallery’s mission has been to inspire dialogue among collectors, curators, artists, and critics. With its long-standing commitment to creating linkages between Eastern and Western culture though art, the gallery is well positioned in the burgeoning Iranian, Turkish, and Middle Eastern art market. The gallery is a member of the Asian Contemporary Art Consortium in New York, and organizes and participates in many panels, symposiums, and events aimed at promoting and furthering Middle Eastern art in New York, the US, and internationally.

LTMH Gallery Information:

39 East 78th Street at Madison Avenue
New York, NY, 10075
Tel: +1 212 249 7695
Fax: +1 212 249 7693
ltmh@ltmhgallery.com
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Website: http://www.ltmhgallery.com/
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