LMAKgallery was founded by Louky Keijsers Koning in 2005 and Bart Keijsers Koning joined as co-owner in 2009. The gallery’s primary interest lies in the commitment to the artist’s process and dedication to their thoughts and production. LMAKgallery works with artists who have proven to sustain continuity in their visual expression without being repetitive. The gallery strives to introduce collectors to new horizons through visual, sound, or conceptual experience, as well as opening communication to develop a relation between the viewer and the art. LMAKgallery is known for its exhibitions with international allure and focusing on interdisciplinary practices. The gallery presents works in all media, ranging from drawing, painting, photography, video/film, and sculpture by artists from all over the world.

298 Grand Street
New York, New York
United States 10002

Neighborhood: Lower East Side

blocks from New Museum
View Phone212 255 9707
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Years in Business: 15 years
Number of Employees: 2-5
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Wednesday through Sunday 11-6 pm

Services & Specialties: Advisory Services, Appraisal Services, Artist Representation, Open to Public, Primary Market , Secondary Market, Valuations for Gallery Sales

Affiliations: LMAKgallery is a member of ArtTable and Artsy.

Key Personnel: Louky and Bart Keijsers Koning

Background of Key Personnel: Louky Keijsers Koning

Graduated with a MA in Art History and a MA in Cultural Management from the University of Amsterdam in 2001. After a few years of managing various galleries she decided to expand her curatorial efforts and started LMAKgallery in 2005. In 2014 she completed the Certificate of Appraisal Studies at NYU and successfully passed the Uniform Standards of Appraisal Practice exam.

Bart Keijsers Koning

Graduated from SVA in 2000 specialized in painting, after a transfer from Columbia College Art department where he also studied Business. Prior to joining LMAKgallery in 2009 Keijsers Koning exhibited and curated in the Netherlands and the US, and managed various galleries.