1: precisely noon.
2: the most advanced, flourishing, or creative stage or period.
3: the time of a decisive confrontation or contest, with the sun at its peak providing greatest visibility; associated with the legacy of the Wild West.
Jared Linge founded High Noon in 2017 after receiving a classical education in Drawing & Painting and Art History at the Laguna College of Art and Design and eight years of experience working in contemporary art on both coasts.
High Noon advocates a model of exhibiting and supporting art that is collaborative and artist-centered. We work with other galleries, non-profits, and institutions to introduce our collectors to the best of what is being exhibited, as well as promote artists we work with directly through both commercial and non-commercial avenues. Our roster is comprised of emerging talent as well as established artists collectively belonging to major collections such as MoMA, the Broad, LACMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others. Through our exhibitions, projects, and art fairs, we facilitate bringing new and under-recognized artists and their relevant perspectives to a deserving market, while embracing the malleable, collaborative future of the art world.
The gallery is not currently able to review unsolicited submissions.
124 Forsyth Street
New York, NY 10002
Jared Linge - Owner/Director
Austin Casebolt - Gallery Assistant
Wednesday - Sunday: 12-7PM
Monday and Tuesday: By appointment
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