Specializing in art from the California Bay Area, as well as figurative painting, 1950 to the present. Representing major artists’ estates along with contemporary artists, the gallery program combines historically important and recent artworks in a critical context.
Specializing in Figurative Art and California/Bay Area Painting and Sculpture, 1950 to the present.
The George Adams Gallery traces its origin to the Allan Frumkin Gallery, founded in Chicago in 1952 and New York in 1959. George Adams’ association with the New York gallery began in 1980, when Mr. Adams and Mr. Frumkin formed a partnership, Frumkin/Adams Gallery, in 1988. Upon Mr. Frumkin’s retirement in 1995, the gallery assumed its present identity of George Adams Gallery. In 2005, after 46 years on 57th Street, the gallery relocated to West 26th Street in Chelsea and in 2021, to its first ground floor space on Walker Street in Tribeca.
1. Exterior view, George Adams Gallery, 38 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013.
2. Installation view, H. C. Westermann: Le Bandeur, George Adams Gallery, New York, 2021.
3. Installation view, Joan Brown, Drawn from Life: Works on Paper, 1970-1976, George Adams Gallery, New York, 2020.
4. Installation view, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Personal Velocity: 40 Years of Painting, George Adams Gallery, New York, 2020.
5. Installation view, Andrew Lenaghan, Places Have Their Moments, George Adams Gallery, New York, 2020.
6. Installation view, Katherine Sherwood, In the Yelling Clinic: 2010-2019, George Adams Gallery, New York, 2019.
7. Installation view, Robert Arneson, The Anti-War Works: 1982-1986, George Adams Gallery, New York, 2019.
8. Installation view, Amer Kobaslija, Florida Diaries, George Adams Gallery, New York, 2019.