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ABOUT TYLER ROLLINS FINE ART

Tyler Rollins Fine Art is a contemporary art gallery and art advisory focusing on solo exhibitions by major contemporary artists based in the Southeast Asia region and Australia. We are the only gallery in the US with a primary focus on cutting edge contemporary art from throughout Southeast Asia, and indeed one of the few outside of Asia. We have exclusive representation in the United States for many leading artists from across the entire region, and we work with them over the long term, with a particular focus on developing museum projects. Called “one of the most reliably interesting spaces in Chelsea” by the New York Times (2017), the gallery presents an ongoing program of strongly themed solo exhibitions. In many cases, we have hosted the artists’ first solo exhibitions in the United States and so have played a key part in introducing their work here.

Founded in 2006, we opened our gallery space in 2008 in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea Art District. With this location, we present our artists in the context of the United States’ most important contemporary art center so that viewers can see how our artists’ works relate to the global contemporary art scene while at the same time reflecting their own backgrounds, cultures, and concerns. An important component of the gallery’s work is the educational role we play in raising awareness about the Southeast Asian context, its contemporary art scenes and diversity of cultures. We feel that the best way to do this is to present powerful solo shows that reflect the personal visions of some of the foremost internationally active contemporary artists hailing from most countries in the region and working in a variety of media. By giving a platform to these artists in New York, we hope that by extension American audiences will gain a greater knowledge of, and interest in, the diversity and dynamism of the region’s art scenes.

Please note that we are not currently accepting unsolicited artist submissions.


LOCATION

Get Directions 529 West 20th Street, 10W
New York, NY 10011

CONTACT

T +1 212 229 9100F +1 212 229 9104

HOURS

Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

STAFF

TYLER ROLLINS
OWNER AND DIRECTOR
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HISAKIKU ABE
GALLERY MANAGER
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MOLLY NUTT
REGISTRAR
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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

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Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook: Jaonua: The Nothingness & Sanook Dee Museum

2017

Agus Swage: Room of Mine

2017

Arahmaiani: Shadow of the Past

2016

Yee I-Lann: Like the Banana Tree at the Gate

2016

FX Harsono: The Chronicles of Resilience

2016

Patricia Perez Eustaquio: Black Dust

2016

Sopheap Pich: Structures

2015

Tiffany Chung: Monograph

2015

Pinaree Sanpitak: Ma-lai

2015

Tiffany Chung: finding one’s shadow in ruins and rubble

2015

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook: Niranam

2015

Manuel Ocampo: The Corrections

2015

Heri Dono: The World and I

2014

Ronald Ventura: E.R. (Endless Resurrection)

2014

Jakkai Siributr: Transient Shelter

2014

Yee I-Lann: Picturing Power

2014

Arahmaiani: Fertility of the Mind

2014

Tracey Moffatt: Spirit Landscapes

2013

Agus Suwage: CYCLE No. 2

2013

Patricia Perez Eustaquio: The Future That Was

2013

Sopheap Pich: Sculptures 2004 – 2013

2013

Jimmy Ong: Elo Progo

2013

Manuel Ocampo: The View Through the Bull of a Manuel Laborer of Menagerie Gussied Over White Ground: 20 Years of Self-Loathing and Intestinal Mishaps

2012

Tiffany Chung: TOMORROW ISN’T HERE

2012

Pinaree Sanpitak: Hanging by a Thread

2012

FX Harsono: Writing in the Rain

2012

Sopheap Pich: Morning Glory

2011

Ronald Ventura: A Thousand Islands

2011

Agus Suwage: The End is Just Beginning is the End

2011

Tiffany Chung: scratching the walls of memory

2011

Manuel Ocampo: An Arcane Recipe Involving Ingredients Cannibalized from the Reliquaries of Some Profane Illumination

2010

Jakkai Siributr: Karma Cash & Carry

2010

Pinaree Sanpitak: Quietly Floating

2010

Jimmy Ong: Sitayana

2010

Agus Suwage: Still Crazy After All These Years

2010

Ronald Ventura: Metaphysics of Skin

2009

Eko Nugroho and Wedhar Riyadi: Tales from Wounded Land

2009

Tiffany Chung: Play

2009

Sopheap Pich: The Pulse Within

2009

Jakkai Siributr: Temple Fair

2008


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The New York Times, What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

September, 2017


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Artnet News, Here Are 51 New York Gallery Shows That You Need to (Somehow) See This September

September, 2017


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The New York Times, What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

July, 2017


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Art in America, Exhibitions the Lookout

May, 2017


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The New York Times, 10 Galleries to Visit Now in Chelsea

April, 2017


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Arte Fuse, Gallery Hopping on Opening Night in Chelsea

April, 2017


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En Voyage, New York’s Art Hotspots

August, 2016


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M+ Press Release

March, 2016


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Philippine Tatler, The Art Provocateur

2015


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Philippine Tatler Traveller, Hightailing it to the Highline

June, 2015


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Art Basel Year 46

2015


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The New York Times, East and West Meet, Checking Norms at the Door

February, 2015


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Artforum, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook at the SculptureCenter

January, 2015


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Gotham, Global Glamour

January, 2015


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Art In America, The Fabric of Memory

November, 2014


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The New York Times, Jakkai Siributr: ‘Transient Shelter’

May, 2014


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The New York Times, Yee I-Lann ‘Picturing Power’

April, 2014


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New York Times, Fertility of the Mind

January, 2014


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The New York Times, Tracey Moffatt ‘Spirit Landscapes’

December, 2013


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New York Times, Abstract Maps That Read Between the Lines, Tiffany Chung

December, 2013


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The New York Times, Cambodian Rattan: The Sculptures of Sopheap Pich

May, 2013


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The New York Times, Agus Suwage: ‘Cycle No. 2’

April, 2013


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Artforum, A Common Thread

July, 2012


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The New York Times, Solo Show for Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook at Tyler Rollins

February, 2012


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The New York Times, A Filipino Artist’s Fantastical Vision, Finely Crafted

November, 2011


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Art + Auction, From the Editor

June, 2011


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Artforum, Best of 2010

December, 2010


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Art in America, Bangkok Report

June, 2010


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Artforum, Sopheap Pich

February, 2010


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Philippine Tatler, Tittle Tattle

October, 2009


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Spot, Filipino artist exhibits in New York

September, 2009


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Zoom in online, An interview with Tyler Rollins of the Tyler Rollins Fine Art Gallery

May, 2009


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Whitewall, Tyler Rollins

March, 2009


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Contemporary Art Philippines, Niched Space

February, 2009


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Time Magazine, Southeast Asia’s Fresh Palette

December, 2008


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Financial Times, South-eastern promise

October, 2008


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Art Now Tyler Rollins Fine Art to Open NYC Gallery

October, 2008


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