WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC, established in 1995 in New York City, focuses on a contemporary program of artists, including rediscovered artist estates, current artist projects, secondary market and photography, and will present a series of exhibitions dedicated to artists in the Bowery Arts District, past and present. The gallery owns, represents and manages estates of several New York artists from the 1950s & 60s through exhibitions, educational programs and publications. Estates include Will Insley (1929-2011), James Juthstrom (1925-2007), Roy Schatt (1909-2002), Jacques Lowe (1930-2001), Constantin Antonovici (1911-2002). The gallery's represented artists are included in the permanent collections of MoMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim Museum, Smithsonian, Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, PS1, Walker Art Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and other national and international institutions. The gallery program encompasses art talks, worldwide traveling exhibitions, site-specific art installations, international art projects, film and non-profit collaborations. In addition to on-site exhibitions, the gallery has organized and curated numerous museum-quality exhibitions both in the U.S. and abroad.

Museums / curatorial collaborations
The gallery has created several traveling exhibitions and provided or sold artwork to museums. The list of museums includes Art Museum of the Americas (Washington DC), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, MOMA, Ft Lauderdale Museum of Fine Art, Boston University Art Gallery, The Annenberg Space for Photography (Los Angeles, CA), Erie Museum (Erie, PA).

Selected Media Reviews: The New York Times, Art in America, ARTnews, Artnet, New Yorker, Artforum, CNN, PBS, ABC, NBC, CBS, WPIX, WWOR, NPR, NBC, NY1, Miami Herald, SF Chronicle, NY Observer, The Art Newspaper, The Huffington Post, Art Nexus, International Herald Tribune, Vogue, Hasselblad, Cosmopolitan, Le Figaro, Village Voice, Vogue Japan, Newsweek, Wall Street Journal, City Arts, New York Photo Review.‚Äč