Select Page

Iandor Fine Arts (IFA) began as a small private gallery in Manhattan’s trendy SoHo District, in 1996 catering to a select clientele. The gallery moved to Newark, NJ in 1999 during what was called the city’s Renaissance. After a hiatus, IFA has created a new space still located in Newark’s Ironbound Section.

Iandor Fine Arts exerts a global focus dictating an emphasis on significant contemporary museum-quality works of art that is designed to acquaint the novice and yet stimulate the incentive of the most expert collector. The works of established and select emerging painters, sculptors, and photographers are installed with a visual dialogue that is curated to further explore the issues of the artists and their cultural mediation as it relate to what the viewer sees.

Iandor’s commitment to the community is maintained by organizing expert panel discussions on diversified topics of interest to art enthusiasts. Guided lecture tours and workshops are provided to educational institutions and various organizations. Iandor Fine arts offers personalized service to meet all aspects of a client’s artistic concerns. In addition to rotating exhibitions, IFA offers conservation, consulting, photography and other arts related services to the community at large and abroad.

With over 25 years of experience as a gallerist, Tarin Fuller’s expertise lies in collection development, estate administration, and conservation. In addition to her position as both owner and director of Iandor Fine Arts, Fuller controls the estate of Abstract Expressionist Norman W. Lewis’ which includes art on canvas and works on paper. Her inventory also includes the art of many other major artists of international repute. She is retooling Iandor Fine Arts not only as a unique gallery space in Newark, but as a destination for scholars and researchers who wish to continue the study of Norman W. Lewis. With an extensive internship program and outreach within the arts community, Fuller hopes that this new decade of IFA brings the much deserved recognition to Norman’s work.


The estate of Norman Lewis is happy to announce that it is now represented by Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC. 100 Eleventh Ave @ 19th New York, NY 10011.