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DTR Modern has been at the forefront of the art market since opening its first location in 2003. Today its seasoned gallery operation is the largest and most notable on the East Coast with five brick and mortar locations in Boston, Nantucket, New York City, Washington, DC and Palm Beach. By showcasing modern masters through post-war and working with emerging, mid-career and blue-chip artists or their estates for many years, DTR has cultivated exceptional long term relationships and regularly exhibits a formidable collection due to direct access to studios and archives. Our expert consultants and experienced directors are all veterans of the art world, with a collective experience of over 125 years, and are well versed in assisting both serious art connoisseurs and novice collectors.
DTR Modern’s program offers a significant privately-held selection of works by artists such as: Banksy, Basquiat, Bochner, Botero, Chagall, Condo, Connor Brothers, Dali, Dine, Frankenthaler, Haring, Hirst, Hockney, Indiana, Katz, KAWS, Koons, Lagemann, Lichtenstein, Longo, Manus, Matisse, Miro, Murakami, Mr. Brainwash, Picasso, Quinn, Richter, Ruscha, Slonem, Sultan, Warhol, Wesselmann, and Verbicky.
Enjoy a private art advisory consultation in your home or office with one of our seasoned staff. Or reserve the gallery for an exclusive viewing of your favorite artists.
Utilizing the latest in design technology to superimpose artwork on your walls, we are able to skillfully anticipate and create a portfolio of prospective art for your custom space. Scroll through some of our favorite home installations.
Our gallery patrons get first access to custom, client-privileged viewings of all exhibitions online and new-to-gallery artwork before the collection is made available to the general public.
DTR Modern hosts exclusive client events at all of our locations, including customized art enrichment presentations and in person artist receptions. Interested in holding or attending a special gathering at DTR Modern?
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