M.Y. Art Prospects is a gallery in New York City, sharing
its location on
West 27th St., one of the Chelsea's hottest "art blocks," with
several other emerging galleries.
Since 1999, M.Y. Art Prospects has embraced eclectic styles and diverse
visions in contemporary art, while maintaining the highest standards of
Known for its non-pretentious presentation style, the gallery showcases
the work of emerging and lesser-known artists from around the
globe. The gallery also encourages dialogues among artists, collectors, and
general audiences through free events such as gallery talks.
The gallery director, Japanese-born Miyako Yoshinaga, has an academic
background in cultural anthropology as well as museum studies. Her interest
in cross-cultural universal subjects has led to several projects involving contemporary
Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern artists.
For The Stray Show, M.Y. Art Prospects features works by a selection of young artists
from diverse backgrounds: New York-based, Brazilian-born Cleverson, Minneapolis-based
Carolyn Swiszcz, and Cuban artist, Jose Luis Farinas who works in Havana. The
gallery also presents works by the celebrated Australian photography artist duo,
Farrell and Parkin and Iranian-born, New York-based Pouran Jinchi.
M.Y. Art Prospects, LLC
547 West 27th Street, 2nd Fl
New York, NY 10001
T. 212 268 7132 F. 212 268 7147
Farrell and Parkin