Edward Andrew Gallery looks to embrace and promote emerging artist, in the face of economic uncertainty.
March 2009, the New York arts scene has undoubtedly taken a hit, there is no doubt in anybody’s minds that we are in that we are currently embarking on a period financial, economic and even artistic uncertainty, however directors of emerging artist gallery EAG (Edward Andrew Gallery) firmly believe that this doesn’t have to be the case. John Cipriano, Joe Elliott and Julian Lorber (creators of EAG) believe that with a positive outlook, opportunities can be forged and exciting new ideas developed, especially in regards to the endlessly talented stream of emerging artists that this country constantly produces, an area that EAG believes is overlooked.
EAG is fundamentally rooted online and through a variety of resources, looks to promote, support and sell works by these incredible talents. We are constantly searching for artist in a variety of mediums who possess exceptional talent but who, as of yet, haven't been given the sort of recognition and appreciation that we so adamantly believe they deserve. Edward Andrew Gallery looks to expand upon the endless opportunities and potential for innovation that the web offers. We allow all artists there own pages displaying up to nine images with the potential for more. As well as exhibiting the works online there are multiple different aspects of the project, one of which is to exhibit the works in group shows in New York allowing the artists both physical and virtual exposure.
All works on the website are for sale (unless otherwise specified) so please do not hesitate to contact us with any inquiries. We also welcome submissions from artists year round. Work (no larger than 500k) can be submitted to
and should be accompanied by a bio, artist statement and resume.
We look forward to hearing from you, EAG.