Established in 1991 by Tonya Turner Carroll and Michael Carroll, Turner Carroll Gallery represents important international contemporary fine art. The vision of the gallery since its inception is to represent important artwork of our era from diverse areas of the world. The gallery is constantly considering the new international art movements/developments which presuppose historical significance, and the gallery owners travel extensively to curate exhibitions for the gallery from other parts of the world. Thus far, the gallery has featured important contemporary exhibitions from Romania, Latvia, Ireland, France, Russia and Mexico.
Both owners of the gallery have degrees and backgrounds in the history of art,
and the art historical significance of the artists the gallery represents is of extreme importance to the gallery. The gallery actively pursues museum acquisitions, exhibitions, publishing and other opportunities on an international level for our artists.
Some of the museum collections which feature works by our artists include: The Vatican Museum (contemporary collection), Russian Academy of Art Foundation, Irish Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Museum of Modern Art, The British Museum and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.