Mark Borghi

Mark Borghi is a notable art dealer and the owner and founder of Mark Borghi Fine Art, an art gallery specializing in the sale and display of American Post-War Art, with a strong inventory of the New York School, European Modern, and Contemporary Art.

Mark Borghi Fine Art was founded in New York City in 1998. The gallery opened a second location in Bridgehampton, NY in 2004 to serve as a summer outpost displaying the same program as the New York City gallery. The gallery program has exhibited a variety of famous contemporary artworks, including the work of Richard Prince, Christopher Wool, and Jean Michael Basquiat. The program also features exhibitions dedicated to sharing the history of The New School, Pop Art, and Abstract Expressionism, including the earlier works of Roy Lichtenstein, Hans Hofmann, and Willem de Kooning.

Mark Borghi Fine Art opened a third gallery in 2011 in Palm Beach, Florida. It opened with the inaugural exhibition: Larry Poons Recent Works. Located at 255 Worth Avenue, the gallery has exhibited the work of Andy Warhol, Yves Klein, Joan Mitchell, and Jason Pollock during its first five years in operation.

To learn more about Mark Borghi Fine Art, please visit www.borghi.org.  To view current and upcoming exhibitions, click here.