45 East 78 Street
New York, NY 10075
T: +1 212.861.0020
F: +1 212.861.7858
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
TUE - SAT
or by appointment
*In observance of Memorial Day, we will be closed on Saturday, May 28th.
Due to the nature of our current exhibition, we will NOT be allowing group tours.
Food, drink, pets, and strollers will not be permitted into the gallery. Backpacks and/or packages must to checked at the door. Thank you.
We do not accept unsolicited submissions.
Group visits must be made by appointment only.
For two decades, Robert Mnuchin has organized critically-acclaimed shows that examine key moments within an artist’s oeuvre, often shedding light on under-investigated bodies of work by the leading figures in twentieth-century art. In addition to mounting exhibitions and publishing scholarly catalogues, he advises some of the country’s most prominent private collections. He is an expert in works by Alexander Calder, Donald Judd, Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, Jeff Koons, Mark Rothko, Frank Stella, Jackson Pollock, and Andy Warhol, among others.
Before beginning his career as an art dealer, Robert Mnuchin honed his connoisseurship as a collector during his thirty years at Goldman Sachs, where he was the partner in charge of equity trading and a member of the management committee. Upon retiring from the financial sector, he opened his gallery in the historic five-story townhouse on New York’s Upper East Side where it remains today. Following successful partnerships with James Corcoran (C&M Arts) and Dominique Lévy (L&M Arts), Mnuchin renamed the gallery Mnuchin Gallery in January 2013.
Sukanya Rajaratnam joined Mnuchin Gallery, formerly L&M Arts, in 2008 and became a Partner in 2013. She recently curated Casting Modernity: Bronze in the XXth Century with Dr. David Ekserdjian, and Donald Judd: Stacks with Robert Mnuchin. She is responsible for high-level private and institutional sales.
Prior to Mnuchin Gallery, Rajaratnam worked at Deitch Projects and in the Post-War and Contemporary Department at Christie’s. Born and raised in Sri Lanka, Rajaratnam earned a BA and MA in Economics from Cambridge University, where she received First Class Honors.
Michael McGinnis started his career at Richard Gray Gallery and Christie’s before founding the contemporary art department at Phillips in 1999. As the worldwide director of contemporary art for over a decade, he was responsible for establishing record prices for Agnes Martin, Donald Judd, Ed Ruscha, Jean Michel Basquiat, Kazuo Shiraga, and David Hammons to name a few. He was a Senior Partner of Phillips, de Pury and Company and most recently CEO and President of Phillips prior to joining Mnuchin Gallery in March 2016. He specializes in Post-War and Contemporary art and is responsible for high level client advisory and sales.