This well-established uptown gallery is the ultimate in blue-chip venues, one of the best in the city, offering museum-quality shows of Impressionist and modernist masters. It also represents the work of contemporary British figurative giant Lucian Freud.
|Venue name:||Acquavella Galleries|
18 E 79th St
|Cross street:||between Fifth and Madison Aves|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 10am–5pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to 77th St|
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Esperanza Sobrino, a director from this gallery just jumped at my 6-year old for getting too close at a painting at the Art Basel in Miami. Yelled at him. He was so scared after that. Ruined his entire Art Basel experience. She even said kids shouldn't be at the Basel. I get that these pieces of art are valuable but there is a way to say things. Shame on her! Art must have a soul, money isn't the only value art has and obviously they don't seem to grasp that. Teaching future generations the significance and true value of art, igniting in them a profound love for it is NOT this place's main priority.