Ryan Lee Gallery

515 West 26th Street, New York NY 10001 Map
10AM - 6PM
10AM - 6PM
10AM - 6PM
10AM - 6PM
10AM - 6PM


  • Michael Mazur

Oct 25 - Dec 22, 2018

Late Work, Rain and Flowers

  • Martine Gutierrez

Sep 06 - Oct 20, 2018

Indigenous Woman

  • Christopher Cook

Jul 11 - Aug 10, 2018

Shadows We Run For

  • Tim Braden

May 17 - Jun 29, 2018

Long, Long, to Everywhere

  • Rudolf Baranik

Mar 29 - May 12, 2018

Napalm Elegies (Paintings 1967–74)

  • Angiola Gatti

Feb 15 - Mar 24, 2018

Lines of Time

  • Paul Henry Ramirez

Jan 06 - Feb 10, 2018

Fun in the Color

  • Emma Amos

Oct 19 - Dec 23, 2017

Black Bodies

  • Stephanie Syjuco

Sep 07 - Oct 14, 2017


RYAN LEE was established in 2013 by Mary Ryan and Jeffrey Lee. Located in the Chelsea district of Manhattan, the gallery is home to a dynamic roster of international contemporary artists working in a diverse array of media. Representing both established and emerging artists, RYAN LEE is committed to showing innovative and pioneering exhibitions that represent the spectrum of contemporary art practices, and will also be a platform for many artists’ first New York exhibitions.

In April 2014, RYAN LEE announced its expansion and move to a new location at 515 West 26th Street that overlooks the High Line. Along with more space, the gallery launched RLWindow and RLProject, implemented new programming, and has continued collaborations with independent curators.

Since the conception of RYAN LEE, reviews of exhibitions and projects presented at the gallery, along with major profiles and features of gallery artists, have appeared in international publications and broadcasts, including Al Jazeera America, Art Asia Pacific, Art in America, The Art Newspaper, ArtNews, BBC, The Brooklyn Rail, Democracy Now, Domus, Harper’s, Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, i-D Magazine, Il Gazzettino, Interview Magazine, Miami Herald, Tyler Green’s Modern Art Notes, New York Daily News, New York Observer, New York Times, The New Yorker, NPR, Oxford American, The Paris Review, Slate, T Magazine, Vice, Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, and Whitewall.