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Edward Tyler Nahem Relocates to 980 Madison Avenue

Roxana Bruno, Senior Director

Edward Tyler Nahem is pleased to announce its relocation to 980 Madison Avenue – on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. We will open on May 8th with a group show of masterworks that includes Jean-Michel Basquiat, Alexander Calder, George Condo, Joan Mitchell, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, Frank Stella, and Kenneth Victor Young, among others.

The relocation also coincides with the appointment of Roxana Bruno-Lamb as new Senior Director.  Based between Miami and New York, Bruno specializes in Post War and Contemporary art, as well as Latin American art within the primary and secondary market. Previously at Dickinson, New York, Phillips and Gagosian, she will lead client relations and business development at Edward Tyler Nahem, in addition to sales in private, trade and institutional areas.