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Galerie Myrtis is an emerging blue-chip gallery and art advisory specializing in twentieth and twenty-first-century American art with a focus on work created by emerging to established African American artists.
Galerie Myrtis is an emerging blue-chip gallery and art advisory specializing in twentieth and twenty-first-century American art with a focus on work created by emerging to established African American artists. Established in 2006 by Myrtis Bedolla, the gallery’s mission is to utilize the visual arts to raise awareness for artists who deserve recognition for their contributions in artistically portraying our cultural, social, historical, and political landscapes; and to recognize art movements that paved the way for freedom of artistic expression. Artists: Lavett Ballard, Tawny Chatmon, Wesley Clark, Alfred Conteh, Larry Cook, Morel Doucet, Susan Goldman, Michael Gross, Monica Ikegwu, Ronald Jackson, M. Scott Johnson, Delita Martin, Arvie Smith, Nelson Stevens, and Felandus Thames.
- Fair BoothGalerie Myrtis at CONTEXT Art Miami 2022November 29 – December 30, 2022
- Fair BoothGalerie Myrtis at IFPDA Print Fair Fall 2022October 27 – November 21, 2022
- ShowThe Afro-Futurist Manifesto: Blackness ReimaginedApril 23 – November 27, 2022
- ShowOntology: Communal Expressions Of BeingFebruary 19 – April 30, 2022
- Fair BoothGalerie Myrtis at PRIZM Art Fair 2021November 30 – December 19, 2021
- ShowArt of the Collectors VIIISeptember 15 – November 30, 2020
- Art MarketThe Next Generation of Black Women Gallerists: Growth, Going Global, and Gut InstinctsBy Jasmin HernandezFeb 28, 2023
- Art Market10 Galleries That Had a Breakout Year in 2022By Josie Thaddeus-JohnsNov 9, 2022
- Art5 Artists on Our Radar in September 2021By Artsy Curatorial and Artsy EditorialSep 1, 2021
- From Zimbabwe to Detroit, An Artist Explores His Heritage in Carved StoneBy Artsy EditorialMar 20, 2015
- Galerie Myrtis Kicks Off the Fall with a Show of the New and the NowBy Karen KedmeySep 25, 2014
- Baltimore Exhibition Sheds Light on A Collector’s Non-Western HoldingsBy Artsy EditorialJul 25, 2014