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Todd Kenyon will be exhibiting at Art Miami 2021, November 30 – December 5th, 2021. Booth # to be announced.

Recognized as one of the preeminent international modern and contemporary art fairs globally, Art Miami will showcase an array of iconic and signature investment quality artworks, dynamic projects, and special installations across more than 140 international galleries from 17 countries representing 60 cities. Additionally, Art Miami’s sister fair, CONTEXT Art Miami will return for its 9th edition with 61 international galleries. The 2021 fair will kick off with a Platinum VIP Preview for top collectors, curators,and members of the press on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, from 4:30 p.m – 6:30 p.m. to benefit the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). The VIP Preview will open for all VIP Cardholders at 6:30 p.m. and run until 10 p.m. For the 11th consecutive year, PAMM has been the fair’s exclusive VIP Preview benefactor and Art Miami has cumulatively donated more than $275,000 to further the museum’s collection and mission. The partnership remains an integral part of Art Miami’s larger commitment to the city of Miami.

View the online preview on the Gallery Henoch site.


Gallery Henoch represents painters and sculptors who exemplify the best in contemporary American, European, and Asian Realism. The work exhibited comprises a wide diversity of styles and subject matter. These artists stand out for their imagination and distinctive personal approach. All reflect Gallery Henoch’s commitment to an art based on individual, subjective style and sensibility.

George Henoch Shechtman, Director of Gallery Henoch, has been a New York City art dealer since 1966. A graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in Art History, Mr. Shechtman opened Christopher Street Gallery in Greenwich Village in 1966. In the early 70’s the gallery moved to Madison Avenue and became known as Christopher Gallery. When the art scene shifted its focus to Soho, Mr. Shechtman opened Gallery Henoch on Wooster Street in 1982. With the emergence of Chelsea as the art center of New York, the gallery moved to 25th Street in the Fall of 2000.

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