Jay Grimm Gallery, a pioneering venue for emerging and mid-career artists, was the northernmost gallery in Chelsea when it opened in 1998. Established in a renovated storefront, the boutique space was widely admired for its program which mixed established artists such as Lucas Samaras, Karel Appel and Richard Smith with younger artists like Joe Fyfe and Nancy Lorenz. Gallery exhibitions were regularly reviewed in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Art in America, and Artforum. In 2002 the business was merged with the uptown dealer James Graham & Sons. You may find the archives of the gallery's shows, with press releases, images and some reviews at: http://jg.jaygrimm.com/exhibitions.htm. I am extremely proud of the work the gallery did on behalf of the many talented artists it worked with and hope this archive will be useful to anyone interested in their art.