Founded in New York City in 2016, Meislin Projects presents, supports and promotes the work of a distinguished group of international artists in various stages of their careers.
Through a collaborative program that allows for innovation, flexibility and adaptation, our team works closely with the artists to develop, produce and realize ambitious projects— many of which culminate in private and public commissions, institutional exhibitions worldwide, and comprehensive publications.
Set within an intimate space, which allows for personal interactions and meaningful encounters, Meislin Projects provides a platform for artists to probe the cultural, social, and aesthetic questions of our time. In creating an environment that fosters intellectual exploration and open dialogue, we champion our artists and their creative processes, ensuring the ongoing recognition of their work.
Founder Andrea Meislin is an Art Historian, writer, independent curator, and gallerist. From 2004 to 2016, she owned Andrea Meislin Gallery, located in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood. The Gallery presented work by leading Israeli artists, as well as by internationally established artists--many of whom were presented in New York for the first time to much critical acclaim. The gallery also presented documentary and historical photographs about or from Israel. Prior to opening the gallery, Andrea Meislin served as an independent research associate at the Phoenix Art Museum, and Associate Curator of Photography at the Israel Museum, in Jerusalem. Ms. Meislin received a B.A. from Skidmore College, New York, and an M.A. in art history from the University of Arizona.
Meislin Projects is located in New York City.
Hours: Open by appointment.