Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim

</ref> The gallery is located on West 23rd Street in Chelsea, Manhattan. Within the first six months of opening, the gallery and Hoerle-Guggenheim showed a variety of works by contemporary artists, including Raphael Mazzucco, Jason Dussault, Marco Glaviano, Ronnie Wood and John Lennon.
In 2015, the gallery held its inaugural show featuring works by contemporary graffiti artist RETNA. Hoerle-Guggenheim then worked to build an international program featuring a variety of artists including Natvar Bhavsar, Andy Warhol, John Lennon, and Salvador Dalí. He attended Miami Art Week in late 2015 and was one of the panelists.
In 2016, Hoerle-Guggenheim organized a Rolling Stones exhibit at HG Contemporary. The exhibit displayed items that had previously not been involved in auctions, with many rare and personal items for sale. The items included band members' guitars as well as iconic paintings. Later that year, Hoerle-Guggenheim was featured again in the media for his involvement in Alison Jackson's performance in New York City, where she impersonated Presidential nominee, Donald Trump. The performance began at the HG Contemporary, before a motorcade took Alison Jackson, dressed as Donald Trump, to the Trump Tower on 5th Avenue.
Personal life
Hoerle-Guggenheim is a member of the Guggenheim family.
He's the Chairman of the Board of Elevate New York, a mentoring and youth development program accredited by the NYC Department of Education. Hoerle-Guggenheim has also participated in “Elephants Forever,” a contemporary art sale that supports the charities Elephant Family and Space For Giants. He also volunteers as part of The Bowery Mission in NYC, and supports both Henry Street Settlement and Hillsong New York.
In interviews, Hoerle-Guggenheim has stated that he writes short stories when he isn't focusing on art.<ref name=artnet />
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