50th Anniversary Show

10 November 2022 - 31 January 2023

             Art dealer Ronald Greenberg started his first gallery in 1972 at 7526 Forsyth Boulevard in St. Louis’ downtown Clayton, as a contemporary art gateway to the Midwest. He has been working in the art world for 50 years. Over those decades Ronnie has met and worked with many of the contemporary masters such as Andy Warhol, Robert Motherwell, Frank Stella, and recently KAWS and Katherine Bernhardt. In his early years, he showed various artists from Roy Lichtenstein, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, and many more. He worked with some of the most influential artists of this past century. 


                In the following decades, the gallery has changed names and locations a few times, but always held the utmost integrity. In 1978, the Greenberg Gallery moved locations to the Central West End, 44 Maryland Ave. In 1993 Greenberg Gallery became Greenberg Van Doren Gallery. In 2004, the gallery moved locations to 3540 Washington Avenue in St. Louis. In 2013, Ronnie opened The Greenberg Gallery.


                Ronnie Greenberg partnered with Lawrence Rubin and John Van Doren to create Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Gallery located in New York from 1999-2001.  The gallery was located at 730 Fifth Avenue. The opening show was Richard Diebenkorn: Ocean Park Paintings. In 2001, the gallery created a new partnership called the Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery. This lasted until 2004, where it became Greenberg Van Doren once again. Ronnie left New York in 2013 to open his present gallery, The Greenberg Gallery located at 230 South Bemiston, in Downtown Clayton, Missouri. 


                During the 1980s-2000s, there were three locations between the St. Louis and New York. One of the St. Louis locations was called The Annex. It held shows from 1987-1990. Most notably in October 1987, Andy Warhol: Serial Imagery and Frank Stella in January 1990.