Founded in London in 1948, the Marlborough Gallery is one of the most renowned and established galleries in the world. Names like Francis Bacon, René Magritte, Jackson Pollock and Claude Monet still echo through its halls.
Back in the day, the Marlborough hung artists like Francis Bacon, Graham Sutherland and Ben Nicholson. Now, with locations around the world, The Marlborough continues to be on the contemporary cutting edge. In October 2007, Marlborough Chelsea reopened at 545 W. 25th Street, New York, NY. Marlborough Chelsea will also house the offices of International Public Art/Marlborough (IPA). IPA is an independent corporation of Marlborough Gallery Inc., committed to the development of international public art projects, with an emphasis on the integration of art, architecture, and the urban and natural environments.