UNIX Gallery was founded in 2003 in London by Daniela Mercuri and Alex Cesaria and operated privately, concentrating on the secondary market, until 2010. That year they moved the gallery stateside, establishing a public exhibition space in Miami’s Wynwood district, where they broadened their program by showcasing emerging contemporary artists. Following several successful years in Miami, the gallery moved to its current space on 24th street in New York’s Chelsea gallery district.
Since then the gallery has expanded to include a roster of international contemporary artists, both emerging and established. In addition to their rigorous annual exhibition and art fair program, the gallery regularly collaborates with nonprofit and educational organizations on projects and exhibitions that aim to give back to the community. Above all, UNIX Gallery remains dedicated to presenting thought provoking, immersive exhibitions that instill a strong emotional impact.