Ierimonti Gallery

Lower Manhattan
55 Delancey Street, New York NY 10002 Map
12PM - 6PM
10AM - 6PM
10AM - 6PM
10AM - 6PM
12AM - 6PM


  • Mariano Chelo

Jan 18 - Feb 15, 2019

Black Even Point

  • Motoi Yamamoto

Nov 15 - Jan 03, 2019

Floating Garden

  • Maria Lai & Jukhee Kwon

Sep 28 - Nov 04, 2018

The Phantom Thread

  • Gong Hao

Jul 25 - Aug 15, 2018

Chinese Medicine

  • Iulian Bisericaru

May 25 - Jul 13, 2018

The Place For Standing Still

  • Jukhee Kwon

Jan 25 - Mar 23, 2018


  • Nebojsa Despotovic×

Sep 22 - Nov 10, 2017

Enemy Who Must Be Loved

  • El Anatsui,
  • Claudio Costa,
  • Richard Nonas

Sep 15 - Nov 11, 2016


  • Gianantonio Abate

May 05 - Jul 30, 2016

Gianantonio Abate. Everything is Illuminated

  • Kohei Nawa

Apr 21 - Jun 30, 2016


  • Salvo

Feb 04 - Apr 16, 2016

Salvo. Io sono il migliore

  • Marcel Duchamp,
  • Gianfranco Baruchello

Dec 09 - Jan 30, 2016

Look Very Closely. Marcel Duchamp | Gianfranco Baruchello

  • Alberto Burri

Oct 02 - Dec 02, 2015

The Subject of Matter

  • Alighiero Boetti

Apr 16 - Jun 05, 2015

Alighiero e Boetti. Insicuro Noncurante

Ierimonti Gallery was founded in Milan in 1991 by Italian-born gallerist, advisor, and collector Carla Delia Piscitelli.

For more than two decades, the Gallery has been an active player in the arts industry establishing a reputation for innovative, unconventional exhibitions.

Carla Piscitelli has organized numerous critically acclaimed exhibitions including notable figures such as Ed Ruscha, Nam June Paik, Kohei Nawa, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Alighiero Boetti, Lucio Fontana, amongst others.

Ierimonti Gallery also specializes in prints and multiples from the 1950s to nowadays, featuring works by established artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Marc Chagall, Henry Moore, Marcel Duchamp, Joan Miró, Jasper Johns, amongst others.

Cesare Luigi Caini is the Vice President of the Gallery and the Head of the Prints Department. He combines deep expertise with extensive experience in dealing with prints collectors on an international level. He published numerous catalogs including “L’Eco della Stampa” and “Top Graphic”. He has also contributed to the Afro’s complete prints catalogue raisonné.

In January 2015, Ierimonti Gallery relocated in New York in the prestigious Gallery Building on 57th Street, opening with the exhibition “Back to the 80’s: From Arte Povera to the Rediscovery of Nuovi Nuovi.”

Ierimonti Gallery offers expert advisory in all aspects of building a personalized Art collection where the iconic names of the past century dialogue with the most vibrant and interesting works of new emerging artists.