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526 West 26th Street, Suite 410
New York, NY 10001

212-268-6699 t.
212-268-6766 f.

Tues-Sat 11-6

Open by appointment in August

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About the Gallery

Morgan Lehman Gallery was founded in 2002 when Sally Morgan and Jay Lehman converted part of an 18th century farmhouse in Litchfield County, Connecticut into an exhibition space. After three years, Morgan Lehman relocated to the West Chelsea arts district, where, through various iterations and transformations, the gallery proudly resides today. Morgan Lehman’s current 2,000 square-foot home on West 26th Street is a newly renovated, flexible exhibition space that allows the gallery to mount simultaneous solo shows as well as large-scale group exhibitions.

Morgan Lehman Gallery specializes in promoting the work of emerging and mid-career American artists working in a wide spectrum of creative media, with a focus on women practitioners, as well as artists who live and work in the New York City area. While so many have fled New York in recent years, Morgan Lehman honors the dedication and tenacity of those artists who have chosen to make this city their home and continue to keep making their work here, despite the many challenges this poses.

In addition to its regular exhibition programming, Morgan Lehman Gallery also participates in select art fairs in major cities across the country each year, bringing its gallery programming to new audiences from around the globe. Further, the gallery offers collectors extensive art advisory services, which include helping clients acquire or de-accession artworks, custom artist commissioned works both private and public, and all other facets of collections management for corporations as well as individuals.

Accesibility Statement:

Morgan Lehman Gallery is committed to making its website accessible to all people, including individuals with disabilities. We have recently made changes to our website,, such that it complies with the best practices and standards as defined by Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act and Level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities, and conforming to these guidelines will help make the web more user-friendly for all people.

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