Dirty French Art Collection Curated by Richard Taittinger Gallery

 

From the curator, Richard Frerejean Taittinger:


A pioneer of New York City’s Lower East Side art scene, Richard Taittinger
Gallery was founded in 2014 by Richard Frerejean Taittinger at 154 Ludlow
Street in a 6,000 sq. ft. space on 3 floors designed by studioMDA. The gallery
represents a diverse roster of leading international artists at various stages of
their careers covering every medium and photography. Working closely with
museum curators, we have successfully placed works by its artists in over 24
prestigious museum collections. RTG advocates for price transparency and
democratization of the art world showing artists from outside the traditional art
world system together with established talents.


Richard Taittinger Gallery has a commitment to the Lower East Side community
and its values, notably Ludlow Street. It is a pleasure for us to curate the interior
of Dirty French at the Ludlow Hotel, as we have been long time neighbors of the
restaurant. Our aim in curating the space was to bring freshness and style to
underline the spirit of Dirty French in a contemporary way. Please enjoy the
selection of works from RTG's most reputable and notable international artists;
Aki Kuroda, Gerard Fromanger, Mike Perry and Jay Samit.


Frances Goodman’s third solo show “TRANSMOGRIFIED” is now exhibiting at
Richard Taittinger Gallery until July 24th , stop by to see it!