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A respected contemporary dealer known for her discerning eye, Goodman represents (mostly) established artists at her uptown gallery.

After graduating from Emerson, in 1965 Goodman founded the now-defunct Multiples gallery, which published artists' prints and books. Eleven years later, she opened her eponymous gallery on 57th Street with the posthumous American debut of Belgian conceptual artist Marcel Broodthaers. She moved to her present quarters down the block four years later. Goodman has a reputation for refusing to engage the art-world scene-she won't relocate, or open a branch in gallery hotspot Chelsea. Her dedication and seriousness of purpose has earned her kudos, particularly as the art scene increasingly resembles a hedge fund manager meet-and-greet.