For our third edition in our data-diving series, we take a look at galleries that are more focused on representing artists from their home nation.
With such a large population, and such a thriving art scene, it’s perhaps not very surprising to see that 9 out of 10 of the galleries are based in the United States. The top 9 galleries representing mostly national artists (more than 50%). Listed in order of percentage of national representation, not ranking.
New York City
Ranked 304 globally, 97 in United States
Zane Bennett Contemporary Art
Santa Fe, NMEstablished 2005
Ranked 501 globally, 148 in United States
Ranked 921 globally,176 in Germany
Hirschl & Adler Galleries
New York CityEstablished 1952
Ranked 652 globally, 187 in United States
Jerald Melberg Gallery
Ranked 472 globally, 142 in United States
Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica,Ca Established 1979
Ranked 863 globally, 233 in United States
Richmond,VA, Established 1977
Ranked 309 globally, 98 in United States
Ranked 465 globally, 2 in Taiwan
Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA
Ranked 632 globally, 180 in United States
And that’s our data diving for today- certainly very helpful if you happen to be focused on purchasing art made by artists from the United States, or if you happen to be an american artist looking for galleries that may be more likely to represent you.
Let’s make history happen.
The Artfacts Team