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Kent Fine Art

Kent Fine Art is an art gallery in New York City founded in 1985 by Douglas Walla.[1]


  • About 1
  • Artists 2
  • Recent Exhibitions 3
  • Publications & Exhibition Catalogues 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Prior to opening Kent, Mr. Walla was vice-president at Marlborough Gallery, where he mounted exhibitions and coordinated affairs for Francis Bacon, Larry Rivers, Alex Katz, Red Grooms, and the estates of Jacques Lipchitz and Barbara Hepworth.[2]

Kent Fine Art opened in 1985 at its first location on the corner of Madison Avenue and 57th Street, in the Fuller Building. Today, the gallery is located at 210 Eleventh Avenue in Chelsea.[3]

Kent Fine Art represents artists whose typically cerebral work deals with issues of political and social significance.[4] Along with representing Contemporary artists such as

  • Official website
  • NYArtBeat
  • ArtFacts

External links

  1. ^ . Fresno State News, July 23, 2009Alumnus to discuss New York art scene
  2. ^ Kent Fine Art on artnet
  3. ^ "New York Dealers Discuss the Future of Galleries." Artnet
  4. ^ [[1] "Douglas Walla Appears at Molly Barnes Salon"] .  
  5. ^ Official Website Kent Fine Art: About.
  6. ^ Kent Fine Art: Artists


  • Important African & Modern Masterworks.24 October - 4 December 1992. New York: Kent Gallery, 1992.
  • Irving Petlin: Pastels from the Years 1961-1987. New York: Kent Fine Art, 1988.
  • Metaphor: Myron Stout, Richard Tuttle, Richard Wentworth, Win Knowlton. New York: Kent Fine Art, 1987.
  • Reality Remade: Arp ... Westermann. March 15 – April 19, 1986. New York: Kent, 1986.
  • American Myths. October 9 – November 11, 1986 : [Artschwager, Foulkes, Golub, Kearns, Kruger, Petlin, Warhol]. New York: Kent Fine Art, 1986.

Publications & Exhibition Catalogues

  • Annette Lemieux: Everybody wants to be a catchy tune (2015)
  • Pablo Helguera: Strange Oasis (2015)

Recent Exhibitions

Dennis Adams, John Brill, Llyn Foulkes, Pablo Helguera, Paul Laffoley, Irving Petlin, Emily Prince, Dorothea Tanning, Judith Shea, Yulia Pinkusevich, and Annette Lemieux[6]



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