• Exhibitions

    Upcoming: St. Barth

    Natsuyuki Nakanishi /
    Jiro Takamatsu

    August 6 - September 15, 2015
    Natsuyuki Nakanishi
    Untitled (4/12-1 4/22), 2011
    Watercolor on paper
    12 x 9 inches
    30.4 x 22.9 cm
    © Natsuyuki Nakanishi; Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey, New York and St. Barth
  • Exhibitions

    Upcoming: New York

    Hitoshi Nomura

    September 10 - October 24, 2015
    Installation view of COWARA (Cosmic Waves & Radiation), 1987, at Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Aichi, 2001
    Electromagnetic wave, horn-speaker and mixed media,
    118 1/8 x 157 ½ x 137 ¾ inches (300 x 400 x 350 cm)
    © Hitoshi Nomura; Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey, New York / St. Barth, 2015
  • Exhibitions

    Upcoming: New York

    Sadamasa Motonaga

    November 6 - December 16, 2015
    Sadamasa Motonaga
    Iya Iya, 1972
    Acrylic on canvas
    72 x 90 1/2 inches
    183 x 230 cm
    © The Estate of Sadamasa Motonaga; Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey, New York and St. Barth
  • Art Fairs

    Upcoming: FIAC

    Masterpieces of the Japanese Post-War

    October 22 - October 25, 2015
  • Art Fairs

    Upcoming: Art Taipei

    Tomoharu Murakami / Natsuyuki Nakanishi /
    Jiro Takamatsu

    October 30 - November 2, 2015
July 30, 2015

Game Changers with Fergus McCaffrey

Video: In this episode of ARTINFO’s “Game Changers” series, Fergus McCaffrey speaks with Bruce Ferguson, former Vice-Chairman of Louise Blouin Media, about his interest in and methods for promoting Japanese post-war artists and other under-recognized artists. View Video
August 3, 2015

Opening Bids: To Infinity and Beyond

Robb Report Collection by Karen Cakebread

Gallery owner Fergus McCaffrey also sees a certain inevitability in the astounding prices. “It sounds strange to say, but it was somewhat predictable, given the amount of financial guarantees and the quality of the work at that auction,” he says of the Looking Forward results. “There’s been a lot of talk about new collectors coming in from Asia, but it’s important to understand that consignments are mainly from American collections. And American contemporary art is the most expensive [contemporary art] in the world. In the U.S., there’s a great collecting tradition and community.” Read More