About The Peanut Gallery
The Peanut Gallery produces unique thematic pop-up exhibitions that are designed to engage a larger art community with meaningful talent and relevant art. We eschew the curatorial structure of conventional galleries by organizing exhibitions around subjects of popular interest reflected in the works of both emerging and established artists. Our pop-up exhibitions provide a platform for our artists to reach a new audience and for our audience to reach a new awareness.
Our mission is to make art more accessible and more relatable to a more inclusive art community. The Peanut Gallery is about getting more people involved in showing, viewing, critiquing, acquiring, enjoying and talking about art. Whether you're cheering the art or throwing some peanuts, we want art to matter to you, and we want to help you discover the art that you will treasure.
Jackie Dreier, Founder & Director
A New York City native, Jackie is committed to broadening the community of art enthusiasts and collectors beyond the movers and shakers served by the traditional galleries and critics. She has founded The Peanut Gallery for that purpose.
Jackie obtained her experience in the art industry working for Sotheby's, Christie's, Gagosian Gallery, Mark Seliger Photography, The Armory Show in New York, Frieze Masters in London and Art Basel in Miami Beach. Jackie earned her Master's in Modern & Contemporary Art at Christie's Education in London and her BA in Art History and Political Economy at Tulane University.