Gallery opened in East Village in December 1984.
In 1989 Postmasters moved to Soho to its location
at 80 Greene Street.
In September 1998 the gallery relocated again
to a new ground floor
space of a former 4,000 square feet garage in
Chelsea on West 19th Street.
Postmasters is committed to showing young as
well as established artists
working in all media. The artworks are generally
conceptually based, and reflective of our time.
Given the configuration of the space (two large
rooms) we often present
two independent exhibitions simultaneously.
In a still predominately technophobic art world,
Postmasters is one of the
few galleries committed to showing art associated
with new technologies
(digital and multimedia works) It began with
- now seminal - "Can you Digit?"
-- an exhibition of digital projects on 30 computer
stations that had taken
place in March 1996, and "MacClassics
(the immaculate machines)"
in September 1997. Most recent exhibitions are:
"Behind the Firewall"
in April 2000, an exhibition of etoy.CORPORATION
in May 2000, and
John Klima "Go Fish" in March 2001. Upcoming
are exhibitions of
Ken Feingold (May 2001) and Wolfgang Staehle
Magdalena Sawon and Tamas Banovich
are the owners/directors of Postmasters
list of artists
Postmasters Gallery, located in Chelsea at 459
West 19th Street, NYC 10011
is open Tuesday through Saturday 11am to 6 pm.
Please contact Magdalena Sawon
or Tamas Banovich for any further information
or with any questions that you might have.