Corkin Gallery works with private and corporate clients to build meaningful collections. We offer our clients a deep understanding of the fine art industry developed over the gallery’s forty-year history. We employ our knowledge to source works of the highest quality at a global and local level for our clients. Along with our own expertise, Corkin has long-standing relationships with experts from all corners of the art world, including artists, galleries, auction houses, private collectors, museums, foundations, and conservators.
We have expertise in translating our clients’ visions to a cohesive and thoughtful art collection. We source artworks on behalf of our clients while guiding them with our assessment of each potential acquisition in terms of its cultural, art historical, and financial longevity.
Corkin will ensure that all transactions are executed with discretion, professionalism and transparency. We offer professional short-term and long-term advice for clients looking to build a collection from the ground up or those seeking to enhance and transform an established collection.
As advisors to corporations, we work directly with developers, architects, and interior designers to create culturally significant streetscapes and interior art programs for new developments. Using art as the cornerstone, we develop a program that aligns with the vision and design of each project.
Corkin Gallery, founded in 1979, has presented hundreds of exhibitions across all media. Corkin Gallery is committed to the founding principles that moved art history forward and its mandate includes significant works of art across a spectrum of media including painting, sculpture, photography, and installation.
Corkin Gallery’s roots laid in a focus on photography: closely examining its relationship to other media as a means of enriching our understanding of the medium. Exhibitions traced the evolution of photography through the lens' of twentieth and twenty-first century masters including André Kertész, Richard Avedon, Diane Arbus, Irving Penn, Giselle Freund, Harry Callahan, Horst, Scavullo, Sara Moon and Nan Goldin.
True to its commitment to modernism, and exhibiting iconic works of art, Corkin Gallery features a roster of emerging and mid-career artists from around the globe whose voices and vision are trailblazing the ideas of tomorrow.
Corkin Gallery maintains well-established relationships with private collectors, museums, and corporations worldwide. Our clients range from experienced collectors to first time buyers and our exhibits are always accessible to the public.