WESTWOOD GALLERY, established in 1995 in NYC, focuses on contemporary artists from the 1960s through today, including downtown artists, Bowery Arts District, historic photography, and secondary market artwork. Other projects include an award-winning documentary environmental film, site-specific installations, international art collaborations, museum loans and non-profit philanthropic activities.

The gallery also has a research, archive and book publishing division to preserve artist estates and their legacy. Westwood Gallery artists are represented in the permanent collections of MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Smithsonian, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, PS1, Walker Art Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and other national and international institutions.

Selected Media Reviews: The New York Times, Art in America, ARTnews, The Art Newspaper, artnet, The New Yorker, Artforum, CNN, PBS, ABC, NBC, CBS, WPIX, WWOR, NPR, NBC, NY1, The Miami Herald, the San Francisco Chronicle, The New York Observer, The Huffington Post, Art Nexus, the International Herald Tribune, Vogue, Hasselblad, Cosmopolitan, Le Figaro, Village Voice, Vogue Japan, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, CITYarts, Thomson Reuters, and the New York Photo Review.

Installation view of our 2016 Andy Warhol exhibition, featuring forty-nine original drawings


The gallery founders James Cavello and Margarite Almeida, with their internationally acclaimed expertise in the fine arts, have provided curatorial consultation for:

» artist legacy representation 

» curatorial services 

» traveling exhibitions 

» corporate branding 

» museum acquisitions 

» private collections 

» site specific installations 

» multi-media art projects 

» publications 

» artist feature and documentary film production 

» management of new media art projects 

» architectural and art integrated concepts 

» U.S. and international government art projects


WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC owns, represents and manages estates of New York artists, 1950s and 1960s, through exhibitions, educational programs and publications.

• Will Insley (1929-2011)*

• Roy Schatt (1909-2002)

• Constantin Antonovici (1911-2002)

• James Juthstrom (1925-2007)*

• Jacques Lowe (1930-2001)

• Lazhar Mansouri [1932-1985]

* Denotes ownership