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Horton Gallery

Horton Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in New York City operated by C. Sean Horton.[1] The gallery was established in 2006[2] as Sunday L.E.S.[3] and was one of the first galleries to open in the Lower East Side.[4][5]

Horton Gallery has earned a reputation for discovering and launching the careers of emerging painters.[6][7] Gallery exhibitions have been widely reviewed, including exhibitions by artists Saul Becker,[8] Elijah Burgher, [9] Peter Gallo,[10][11] Clare Grill,[12][13] Kirk Hayes, [14][15] and Aaron Spangler.[16][17] The gallery offered the New York solo debut to artists Michael Berryhill,[18] Leidy Churchman,[19] Keltie Ferris,[20] Michael Jones McKean,[21] and Natasza Niedziolka.[22] Additionally, the gallery has exhibited outsider artists Gayleen Aiken,[23][24]Royal Robertson,[25] and Miroslav Tichý[26] as well as artwork by notable musicians Joel Gibb[27] and G.B. Jones.

Between 2010 – 2012 the gallery operated a project space in the Kreuzberg neighborhood of Berlin,[28] where A.L. Steiner and A.K. Burns’ film Community Action Center was debuted to European audiences.[29]

Between 2014 – 2016, the gallery conducted business as Zieher Smith & Horton during a temporary collaboration with ZieherSmith.[30][7]

Horton Gallery has been a member of the New Art Dealers Alliance since 2008.[31] In 2009, Horton was named on Art+Auction‘s “Power List: Young Power.”[32]

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