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Yares Art


YARES ART was founded in 1964 by Riva Yares in Scottsdale, Arizona. Riva championed Abstract Expressionist artists over six decades and her gallery continues to have yearly exhibitions in a three-story museum-like space with pyramidal skylights and domes above twenty-foot ceilings.

In 1991, Yares Art established a second gallery in Santa Fe, NM., designed by internationally recognized architect Claudio Silvestrin. Five years ago, the gallery moved into a new space within the arts district. In 2016, Dennis Yares expanded the gallery to a 5th Avenue location in New York, with over 10,000 square feet of exhibition space. Above Berdorf Goodman.

The primary focus of the gallery is Color Field painting. Exhibitions over the past five years included Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Morris louis, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, and Larry Poons, among others

YARES ART represents the estates of Milton Avery, Thomas Downing, Friedel Dzubas, Jules Olitski, and exclusively represents Larry Poons. The exhibition calendar for 2021-2022 includes Larry Poons/Frank Stella, paintings from the 1960s and the present, Kenneth Noland, major works from 1959-1969, Milton Avery, 50th Anniversary exhibition, Larry Poons, a 50-year Survey, Jules Olitski, a Retrospective. Yares Art publishes four catalogues and one book annually and has been a member of the ADAA for nearly 30 years. The gallery participates in TEFAF Maastricht, TEFAF New York, The ADAA “The Art Show” in New York and Art Basel Miami.

Insights From The Exhibitor


Paintings 1960-1964
New York
Nov 7–Jan 30, 2021
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New York
Feb 29–Sep 30, 2020


  • Milton Avery
  • Fletcher Benton
  • Ilya Bolotowsky
  • Byron Browne
  • Sean Cavanaugh
  • Gene Davis
  • Thomas Downing
  • Friedel Dzubas
  • Helen Frankenthaler
  • Dorothy Fratt
  • Adolph Gottlieb
  • Hans Hofmann
  • Martin Horowitz
  • Penelope Krebs
  • Morris Louis
  • Howard Mehring
  • Joan Mitchell
  • Robert Motherwell
  • Manuel Neri
  • Kenneth Noland
  • Jules Olitski
  • Larry Poons
  • Frank Stella
  • Esteban Vicente