The Gallery on Greene has consistently fomented curatorial and artistic practice through ambitious exhibitions programs, created in close collaboration with its artists with museums from New York, MCNY, AFAM, SSSM to Havana's National Museum of Fine Art.

Our philosophy: The style pendulum swung away from overly furnished and cluttered interiors some time ago. The immediate reaction was one of clinical simplicity. We are now experiencing a hugely exciting period where key pieces of fine art or antiques are used to a stunning effect within contemporary interiors. This juxtaposition makes for an emerging sophisticated style, next to no other. 

Now we can appreciate the best of both worlds.

With the growing sophistication of the general public, people are looking more into expressing themselves at home than ever before. Comfort, style, quality, beauty, technology and investment are all keywords mentioned when furnishing and decorating a new home.

The Gallery on Greene is ideally positioned to advise on the acquisition of such integral items to enhance your living space and daily lives.

Our expert services are perfectly suited to those clients building a collection.

Collections normally evolve, in that they are augmented as opportunities arise while lesser items are occasionally sold to fund the acquisition of better items. Our reputation ensures that we hear of important, collectable pieces for sale long before they reach the open market.

As an art dealer, Nance Frank has had a multi-faceted career: operating a public gallery; dealing privately; project specialist, writing, publishing and/or distributing editions by such artists as Mario Sanchez, and Jeff MacNelly, and participating in numerous national and international exhibits. Nance worked on the curatorial side of the Basler Volkerkunde Museum in Basel, Switzerland and the ethnological museum in Puerto Toro, Chile. She was founding chair of the Monroe Council for the Arts, Florida Keys & Key West Gallery Associations, and on the founding board of The Florida Keys Community Foundation, and is a founding board chair of Monroe County’s Public Art Board. She has been President of the Florida Keys Gallery Assoc.
ihas curated or organized five exhibits of Mario Sanchez works with catalogues for his exhibit presented by The American Folk Art Museum & The Museum of the City of New York and exhibit at Cuba's National Museum, Bellas Artes in 2014. Her lifetime ties to Cuba and proficientcy in Spanish have combined to build relationships with the most sought after artists on that island as well. in 2015 she curated the first bi-national exhibit with Tennessee Williams at MNBA in Cuba along with curatorial staff from MNBA, Cuba's National Library and National Theater.

In a past career she led the first team of women in the Newport-Bermuda Race, Fastnet, Annapolis-Newport Race and first American women’s team in the Whitbread Round the World Race.