Waterhouse & Dodd Hires New Director, Moves to Larger NYC Space

International dealer Waterhouse & Dodd is planning to move one door down in October to a larger space at 960 Madison Avenue, near 76th street. The new space is  a second-floor gallery with 22 feet of window space that looks out on to Madison Avenue.

The gallery also announced it has hired Stefany Sekara Morris as a new director. She was formerly a senior specialist in Christie’s Impressionist and modern art department, where she sourced work for international auctions and private sales. Prior to that she worked at Hirschl & Adler Galleries in New York.

Peter Klasen La Cible () Photo: Courtesy Waterhouse & Dodd

Peter Klasen La Cible (1967).
Photo: Courtesy Waterhouse & Dodd

The inaugural exhibition in the gallery’s new digs, which will open October 23, will be focused on European Pop art, predominantly the works of Peter Klasen, who is known for his graphic works that juxtapose the female body with industrial machinery. Gallery c0-founder Ray Waterhouse said the new space will give the gallery a more visible presence on Madison Avenue, adding: “I’ve been searching for the right space since I moved to New York three years ago and delighted we now have a gallery here to equal the one in London.”

Waterhouse said the gallery will continue to show European and American artists from Post-Impressionist to Postwar and will continue to work with a select group of contemporary artists.

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