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NINO MIER GALLERY LOS ANGELES 

Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 6pm

info@miergallery.com
+1 (323) 498 5957

Gallery One      7277 Santa Monica Blvd    
Gallery Two      7313 Santa Monica Blvd
Gallery Three    1107 Greenacre Ave
                         West Hollywood, CA, 90046
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Glassell Park Projects & Residency 
2700 W Ave 34, Los Angeles, CA 90065
Thursday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm
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NINO MIER GALLERY BRUSSELS

Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 6pm

brussels@miergallery.com
+32 2 414 86 00

Allard 25    Rue Ernest Allard 25 Ernest Allardstraat 
Allard 41     Rue Ernest Allard 41 Ernest Allardstraat
                   1000 Brussels, Belgium
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NINO MIER GALLERY NEW YORK

Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 6pm

newyork@miergallery.com

SoHo        62 Crosby St, New York, NY 10012     
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                 +1 (212) 343-4317

TriBeCA     380 Broadway, New York, NY 10013     
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                  +1 (212) 268-9055

About the Gallery

Nino Mier Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with spaces in Los Angeles, California; Brussels, Belgium; and New York City, New York.  The gallery maintains a roster of established and emerging artists, predominantly focused on painting, but with an emphasis on sculpture and photography as well.

Nino Mier opened his first gallery in 2015, after a successful stint as a private dealer and art advisor. Interested in working with artists more closely to help nurture and develop their careers, Mier opened up a 500-square-foot space in West Hollywood. Mier sought to build a program that shook up the status quo in Los Angeles and introduced artists who were largely unknown in the city.  His early roster was centered on artists from his homeland, the German Rhineland. 

Nino Mier Gallery opened with a solo show of paintings by Jan-Ole Schiemann, a young artist who, like Jana Schröder, Andreas Breunig, and Thomas Wachholz, and other early additions to the gallery’s program, studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. After meeting with initial success, Mier expanded his roster to include Anke Weyer, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, André Butzer, and Louise Bonnet. 

The great success Mier found with his first exhibition space led to the inauguration of a new gallery in 2016, located on the same intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and Greenacre Avenue in West Hollywood.  Mier transformed the former Actor’s Circle Theater into a 1,200 square foot gallery, crowned by its iconic marquee.  With the addition of the larger space, the gallery was able to present twelve additional exhibitions per year, allowing the program to expand further to represent artists such as Polly Borland, Alessandro Pessoli, Jansson Stegner, Peter Bonde, Tomasz Kowalski, and Jon Pylypchuk. 

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Installation view of Jansson Stegner: New Paintings (January 20-March 3, 2018) at Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles

In 2018, the gallery announced the opening of a new 5,000 square foot gallery in an iconic ivy-covered bow and truss landmark located directly across the street from the existing galleries. The neighborhood, the gallery’s home base, is at the center of a constellation of new and established galleries that have shaped the art scene over the last few decades and will continue to do so in the coming years.

Mier continued his expansions in Europe with the opening of two galleries in Brussels, Belgium in 2021 and 2022.  The outposts are in the heart of the capital and its historic gallery district, Sablon. The first exhibition space occupies approximately 450-square meters across four stories. The historic red brick townhouse also features a 150-square-meter sculpture garden. Its first exhibition, which ran in early 2021, was a group presentation of works by thirty artists, including Ethan Cook, Anna Fasshauer, Kareem-Anthony Ferreira, Georg Karl Pfahler, and Cindy Phenix, among many others. The second annex space was inaugurated with a show of new paintings by Jake Longstreth, introducing the accomplished California-based artist to a broader European public.

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In January 2023, Mier opened a gallery in New York’s Soho neighborhood, a 4,500 square-foot, ground-floor space designed by architect Markus Dochantschi of StudioMDA that marked Nino Mier Gallery’s New York debut. The Soho gallery, a large and versatile exhibition space with high ceilings and iron columns original to the building, allowed Nino Mier Gallery to expand the scope of its exhibitions and to provide new opportunities to present a wider breadth of the gallery’s artists to different audiences. The gallery continues to focus on its program of painting, photography, and sculpture, while also having the space to feature larger-scale installations. In May 2023, Mier inaugurated his second New York space in the TriBeCa neighborhood with a solo exhibition of new photographs and sculptures by Finnish artist Iiu Susiraja. The opening of the TriBeCa space reflects an expansion of the gallery’s purview and a shift in focus to have a more equal presence on both coasts.

Committed to finding and representing artists who have not yet found the platform they deserve, Mier has been instrumental in launching the careers of a number of young artists and creating global recognition for them over the course of just a few years. Mier gave first solo exhibitions to Louise Bonnet and Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, and has continued to bring greater attention to the work of Stephanie Temma Hier, Jake Longstreth, Rafa Macarrón, Nikki Maloof, Cindy Phenix, and Jansson Stegner among many others. 

Nino Mier Gallery’s ambitious program provides balance for his artists, giving them diverse opportunities to exhibit in different locations, while also allowing them ample time between exhibitions to create new work. The gallery now represents artists from around the world, including the Estate of William N. Copley, Jorge Galindo, Joanne Greenbaum, Mindy Shapero, and Nicola Tyson. Mier has placed works by these artists in major institutions from LACMA to the Whitney, SFMOMA and the Hirschhorn, among many others, and in seminal exhibitions from the Venice Biennale to the Whitney Biennial.

Installation view of Asher Liftin, Error Signals (November 2 - December 16, 2023) at Nino Mier Gallery | Soho

Staff

Nino Mier
Principal

Isabella Miller
Head of Editorial & Sales Assistant to Nino Mier
isa@miergallery.com

LOS ANGELES

Megan Mulrooney
Senior Director, Los Angeles
megan@miergallery.com

Emmy Hicks-Jablons
Sales Assistant to Megan Mulrooney
emmy@miergallery.com

Connor Marley   
Associate Director
connor@miergallery.com

Neelima Narayanan
Head of Archives and Publications
archives@miergallery.com
neelima@miergallery.com

Sophia Wood
Registrar 
sophia@miergallery.com

Polina Chetnikova
Gallery Manager
polina@miergallery.com

Eric Hancock
Head Preparator
prep@miergallery.com

Philip Shelly
Preparator

Other inquiries
info@miergallery.com

 

 

BRUSSELS

Alexia van Eyll
Senior Director, Brussels
alexia@miergallery.com

Femke Dooms
Sales Assistant to Alexia van Eyll
femke@miergallery.com

Giulia Blasig
Gallery Manager, Brussels
giulia@miergallery.com

Florence Lechevallier
Registrar, Brussels
florence@miergallery.com

Other inquiries Brussels
brussels@miergallery.com

 

 

NEW YORK

Maya Code-Williams
Sales Associate / Artist Liaison, New York
maya@miergallery.com

John Herbert
Sales Assistant, New York
john@miergallery.com

Lee Cannarozzo
Head Registrar, New York
lee@miergallery.com

Caroline Scarcliffe
Gallery Manager, New York
carolines@miergallery.com
Other inquiries
newyork@miergallery.com

OTHER INQUIRIES 

Press inquiries
press@miergallery.com

We currently do not accept any unsolicited artist submissions.