Kim Foster Gallery

529 West 20th Street

New York 10011 New York City

United States

Phone : 212-229-0044

Fax : 212-229-0044

Mobile Ph. : 917-690-4181


Kim Foster   ()

Antonio Petracca   ()


Established in 1994, Kim Foster Gallery promotes a select group of contemporary artists. The gallery is focused on enabling these artists to explore and evolve in significantly different ways, but with remarkable coherence within the gallery’s affinity towards unconventional work. These artists deviate from traditional mediums and instead have developed entirely new methods and sophisticated techniques.

Laughing Buddha - Will Kurtz

Will Kurtz Laughing Buddha

Circumgyration -  Susan Chrysler White

Susan Chrysler White Circumgyration

Annunciation with Crowd - Dan Hernandez

Dan Hernandez Annunciation with Crowd

Dextera Domini - Dan Hernandez

Dan Hernandez Dextera Domini

Alchemist's Dream, 2017. -  Kathleen  Mulcahy

Kathleen Mulcahy Alchemist's Dream, 2017.
Art becomes more necessary in a fast paced, social media and tech driven world. It can mean something more to a viewer when it speaks to one’s inner self. This is where we find the place to contemplate, reflect and recharge. Art has the power to rivet us to that moment, whether visual or through sound. When someone says – “that moved me to tears,” or “this work has replaced the air in the room,” or “it took my breath away,” they are speaking of the poetics of space. Art is about connecting the plane of beauty to the sublime. It is the window to that other dimension of stillness, slowing down between looking and experiencing. Art made with glass has that power. This work is the embodiment of all that came before, the trial and error, the techniques or invention, as it moves toward the idea of tranquility fully formed.

Peonies 2, 2018 - Christian Faur

Christian Faur Peonies 2, 2018

Peonies 2 (detail), 2018 - Christian Faur

Christian Faur Peonies 2 (detail), 2018

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Susan Chrysler White  (+)

    Biography : White has had numerous exhibitions throughout the US. Her work is collected by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Worcester Art Museum, American Embassy in Algeria, Rutgers, Fidelity, Citicorp, Hewlett-Packard, Sioux City Art Center, Kirkwood Community College, University of Iowa Foundation, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, St. Lukes Hospital in Iowa, and most recently the Art Place at Fort Totten in D.C. She has done numerous large-scale public commissions. A recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation grant and an NEA fellowship, White is on the painting faculty at the University of Iowa.

    Detailed Description : Her seductive totem-like pieces are almost decadent in their ornate detail. The drawn patterns allude to hybrid botanical and human anatomical forms in a stream of consciousness with calligraphic drawing printed on Plexiglas.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Susan Chrysler White - Circumgyration Circumgyration

  • Margaret Evangeline

    Biography : Evangeline has received numerous awards including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, a New York Foundation for the Arts Grant. Evangeline’s work has received wide coverage in publications such as Sculpture (cover story,) Art in America, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Art Newspaper, and ARTnews. Evangeline’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work is in the permanent collections of the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Rose Art Museum, the Tucson Museum of Art, the McNay Museum, the Fields Sculpture Park / Art Omi, among others. She has produced several site specific installations including a floating work on the River Thames in London. A mid-career monograph entitled Margaret Evangeline: Shooting Through The Looking Glass has been published by Charta Art Books. Evangeline’s work was most recently featured in the solo exhibition Sabachthani at Michigan State’s new Eli and Edythe Broad Museum of Art.

  • Christian Faur  (+)

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Christian Faur - Peonies 2, 2018 Peonies 2, 2018
    • Christian Faur - Peonies 2 (detail), 2018 Peonies 2 (detail), 2018

  • Dan Hernandez  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Dan Hernandez - Dextera Domini Dextera Domini
    • Dan Hernandez - Annunciation with Crowd Annunciation with Crowd

  • Will Kurtz  (+)

    Biography : BIBLIOGRAPHY 2016 New York Times, PORTAL ART FAIR DURING FRIEZE WEEK, Hilarie Sheets Page Six – New York Post, ART “TRASHED” IN HAMPTONS, by Emily Smith Tribes, SPOTLIGHT WILLIAM KURTZ, May/June Issue buzzworthy, “WILL KURTZ CREATES LIFE SIZE SCULPTURES FROM NEWSPAPER,” by Jessica Bush New York Times, “WIRE, WOOD AND WATCHFUL EYES” by Martha Schwendener 2015 Fox 5 Good Day in New York, SEE ALL ABOUT IT, Port Authority Bus Terminal Whitehot Magazine, WILL KURTZ, Hrbacek, Mary Wall Street International, PARDON THE INTERRUPTION, PLEASE Daniel Guess ARTNET News, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT TURNED SCULPTOR: Q AND A 2014 Boca Raton Magazine, ARTISTS BRING BROOKLYN STREETS TO DELRAY BEACH, 2013 Eyes In Magazine, WILL KURTZ AT MIKE WEISS GALLERY, Vivian Van Dijk 2012 Whitehot Magazine, WILL KURTZ EXTRA FUCKING ORDINARY, Peterson, Stephanie New York Daily News, YOUNG AT ART: NEWSPAPER SCULPTOR WILL KURTZ DISCOVERS NEW YORK AND HIS CREATIVE SIDE, Oserhout, Jacob E. Hyperallergic, PAPER PEOPLE AND RUDE SHOCKS, Micchelli, Thomas NY Art Beat, WILL KURTZ’S EXTR FUCKING ORDINARY, Hrbacek, Mary Artfuse, VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH WILL KURTZ, Produced by Steven Gladston Vincent Zambrano, VIDEO SCULPTURE AT MIKE WEISS GALLERY

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015 Kim Foster Gallery “PARDON THE INTERRUPTION, PLEASE.”New York, NY 2013 Mike Weiss Gallery, “ANOTHER SHIT SHOW”, New York, NY 2012 Mike Weiss Gallery, “EXTRA FUCKING ORDINARY”, New York, NY SELECTIVE GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2016 THE ART OF NOW, curator Betty Levin, Hearst Corporation, New York 4 Heads, Federal Building, NEW PORTAL ART FAIR, New York 2015 SEE ALL ABOUT IT, curator Vida Sabaghi, Port Authority of New York, New York Queens Museum, “AN INCLUSIVE WORLD” Queens, NY Kim Foster Gallery “COLOR VALUE” New York, NY Sirona Fine Art, "ARTIST GAZE", Hallandale Beach, FL Proto Gallery, “BARELY IMAGINED BEINGS,” Hoboken, NJ The (un) Scene Art Fair, New York, NY Cornell Museum, Del Ray Beach, FL Columbia University, “REPSYCLING” New York 2014 4 Heads, GOVERNORS ISLAND ART FAIR, New York, NY Panepinto Galleries, “LUCID VISIONS”, Jersey City, NJ Mark Miller Gallery, “BEHIND THE CURTAIN”, New York, NY Window Studio, “SHALL NOT PERISH”, Brooklyn, NY Pajama Factory, “IGNIGHT”, Williamsport, PA Converge Gallery, “METAMORPHIC”, Williamsport, PA Flowers Gallery, “NYAA SUMMER EXHIBITION”, New York, NY Galerie Queen Anne, “ANIMATED LOUNGES”, Leipzig, Germany Mana Contemporary, “ALL MY FRIENDS ARE ARTISTS”, Jersey City, NJ Cornell Museum of Art, “PAPER SHOW”, Del Ray Beach, FL The Unfair, New York, NY Deborah Brown/Leslie Heller, “Real on Rock Street”, Brooklyn, NY

    Detailed Description : Will Kurtz is an anomaly in the NY art scene who uses standard “classic” techniques to mold, form and breathe life into his human and animal subjects. Newspaper, wood, wire, plaster gauze, tape and glue are magically transformed like alchemy into working people. “Mans” best friend appears often in his art, with their masters or in small groups, doing what dogs do, acting as dogs act. You never know what will appear around a corner or in a separate space.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Will Kurtz - Laughing Buddha Laughing Buddha

  • Kathleen Mulcahy  (+)

    Biography : With a Masters of Fine Arts in glass sculpture and 3D design from Alfred University, Mulcahy directed the glass studio programs at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. She then went on to develop the Pittsburgh Glass Center, one of the top public access glass studios in the nation for which she was honored as Pennsylvania Artist of the Year in 2013. During this time, her own work — installation pieces, cast glass, blown glass objects — evolved into unique and poignant statements. Her glass works are in many public and private collections including the American Craft Museum, The Corning Museum of Glass, The Carnegie Museum of Art, The Renwick Galleries of the Smithsonian Institution and The Westmoreland Museum of Art. Mulcahy has won numerous awards including grants from the NEA, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and a Fulbright.

    Detailed Description : Kathleen Mulcahy’s glass panels imitate the look of liquid elements in nature. But there is nothing of nature’s seemingly random behavior in these compositions. Instead, Mulcahy simplifies the irregularity of organic shapes to create controlled arrangements. Her glass elements may be prompted by something observed in nature, but they have been refined to a purified geometric form. Works in this series involve hot-worked and flame-worked glass shapes attached to slumped and acid etched plate glass backed by a fabricated steel sheet.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Kathleen  Mulcahy - Alchemist's Dream, 2017. Alchemist's Dream, 2017.