Gladstone Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary art with locations in New York, Los Angeles, Seoul and Brussels. In 1980, Barbara Gladstone gave up teaching art history at Hofstra University to open an art gallery in Manhattan, where she began showing Jenny Holzer.
From 1989 to 1992, Gladstone Gallery collaborated with Christian Stein, an Italian art gallerist, on SteinGladstone. Located in a renovated firehouse at 99 Wooster Street in Soho, the gallery concentrated exclusively on rarely seen installation works by both Italian and American artists.
In 2008, Gladstone initiated the formation of the Stuart Regen Visionaries Fund at the New Museum, established in honor of her late son and art dealer Stuart Regen. The gift is meant to support a series of public lectures and presentations by cultural visionaries and debuted in 2009 with choreographer Bill T. Jones. It has featured prominent international thinkers in the fields of art, architecture, design and contemporary culture.
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