"Broadway Gallery's resident curator, Tchera Niyego, is not a timid creature. Her passionate ideas lend color to
a room, spark energy into a conversation, and juxtapose artists in almost adventurous ways."
- Steven Psyllos, NY Arts Magazine
Sangchen Tsomo, "The Wealth of Nations". Cigar Box, toys, wire, tantric image
"In her 16th curated
show, Niyego presents
With such a title, one might
feel light petals from
freshly shaken flora as you
lie upon the grass below
a tree on a spring afternoon,
dreaming of no gravity and
liquid skies... But, no, this is
not a show that is all
feathery and light for,
as I mentioned earlier,
Niyego is too much of a tiger
for such easy concepts."
- Steven Psyllos, NY Arts Magazine
Sangchen Tsomo, "Origin of Art", 2013.
Cigar Box, acrylic paint, toy parts, paint brush
Cover, The New Collectors Book, Third Edition
“...The opening reception was a grand event utilizing both the main space and project room for "Dreamy (Techniques)", packing a capacity crowd into the gallery which often happens when you have
Yoko Ono - that's right Yoko Ono- in the line up...”
- Steven Psyllos,
NY Arts Magazine
Yoko Ono, "A Box of Smile", 2" x2" x2", engraved plexiglass and mirror
"Tchera Niyego, the curator of the "White" show
at Broadway Gallery, NYC, happens to be
a woman of style and substance. The choices she made were impressive -- most notably for their cohesion, their absence of pop and shock value, and the stark grace of what can only be defined as confidence. "
-Rachel Abramovitz, NY Arts Magazine
Jenn Shifflet, Breaking Through, 2014. Oil on panel, 36 x 48 in.
Cover, The New Collectors Book, Forth Edition, 2015
"Tchera has the ability
to take an ordinary subject and
transform it into a captivating
and personal statement. She has
a strong point of view but her process does not exclude divergent opinions-
-she is able to assess and
incorporate them comfortably."
- Werner Bargsten, Artist
Christina Burch, "Song of Songs", 2011. Acrylic on canvas.
"It has been a real pleasure working with Tchera. She is professional, kind and very talented. Her choices as a curator are progressive, inspiring and enlightening and her shows are unique. I am looking forward for an opportunity to work with her again."
- Nikola Durkovic, Artist
"Tchera is on the case and on the money when it comes to project organization, curating and completion with follow-up."
- Charles Chamot, Chamot Gallery
Jason Douglas Griffin, "I Love My Job".
"Tchera is objective-driven.
She always follows through
and puts clients' requests
on the top of her priority list.
She is as kind as she is straightforward. She is
not afraid to speak her mind
and express her true opinion.
I enjoyed working with her as
she brought laughter to the office, and helped the company grow
by drawing an impressive
amount of clients."
- Catherine Yu-Shan Hsieh,
Tina Keng Gallery
"Tchera Niyego is elegant and thoughtful.
Her experience with both technical and
the artistic side of life are masterful
- Jacob Alexander Figueroa, Artist
Rashad Alakbarov, "Fly to Baku", 2013. Installation, Yay Gallery
"Pleasant, intelligent and dedicated to the field. Highly recommended." - Arcady Kotler, Artist
"Tchera is an intelligent
curator and editor. She has
a great understanding of art
and she is sensitive to the artists that work with her. She is very creative in her ideas and has an open and
- Aviva Beigel, Artist
HomeBase II: Artists Revisiting Notions of Home, Broadway Gallery and Makor Gallery of 92nd St Y. , NYC
Robert Kraiza, "Alfonse", 2013. Ink and watercolor
an amazing writer
and art critic.
I trust her
instincts and intuition.
She is a delight
to work with too."
- Defne Altintasbas,
“I have known Tchera
for 12 years and observed her
distinguished style and attention to detail.
She has knowledge of the full scope of the contemporary arts. She has demonstrated excellent curatorial skills and she writes in a sensitive and enlightened manner on works of art and artists in her care. “
- Daniel F. Gluibizzi, Artist
Nancy Friedemann, "She Muttered... Again", detail, 2003. Enamel, mynar, 130" x 42"
"Ms Niyego has
an exceptional eye
for discovering original artistic talent in the contemporary art scene. She is brilliantly adept at interpreting art and
writing in a most intelligent and provocative fashion. And she has the uncanny ability to bring artists together in wonderful group shows. She is also one of the most charming persons I've ever met! Whenever I consider how next to move ahead in this challenging New York
art world, the first person I think of is Tchera."
- Ray DiCecco, Artist
"Tchera led me through the
process of exhibiting and traveling to Beijing for an arts residency
with warmth and sincerity. She was always there on the other end
of an email to offer me guidance and advice and took a
genuine interest in my well being.
I have no hesitation in recommending Tchera for any role knowing that her passion and creative mind would be
an asset for any company."
- Alice Flight, Artist
Jasper de Beijer, "Wir sind das Gedächtnis #02", 2013.
" ... i appreciate her
and great attitude.
she is an excellent
- billy bob beamer, artist
Daniel F. Gliubizzi, "Pine in Summer", 2011. Acrylic on paper, 20" x7,5"
"I've enjoyed working with Tchera on several projects. She has always been respectful and well spoken.
I look forward to working with her
in the future."
-Stephen Pauley, Artist
Daniel Coves, "Interior no. 2", 2011. Oil on linen, 48" x 60"
"Tchera has a
of the art market
and is always ready
to guide us. She is so generous with her time
to ensure satisfaction."
-Clifford Jean-Felix, Artist
Bret Amory, "Anonymous #7"
"Tchera is very professional and she is one of the most accomplished persons
I have dealt with in relation to my work. She truly cares
about the artists.
It's my pleasure that I'm working with her."
- Carlos Aquilino, Artist
Nancy Friedmann, "And Of Course I Did It For Pleasure", 2003. 120" x 180"
Rain Harris, "Bliss", 2006. Porcelain, luster, plexiglass, rhinestones. 12" x 9" x 13.5"
“ Niyego utilizes the talents of her artists to investigate the circumstance, psychology and the blueprint that comprise the performance of love ….
...Indulging our whimsical free spirits into a realm that is both visionary
My Funny Valentine:
A Tribute to Chet Baker,
is experimental yet well-studied...
..The blending of genres alone forms an exploration into the space where all sorts of threads of life merge into a united fabric of experience and relationships....
...My Funny Valentine takes the viewer's mind on an otherworldly voyage
that plunges the depths of
the subconscious, and the heights of our dreams
of love lost, found, and the space in between."
- Suzie Walshe,
NY Arts Magazine
Henriette Sonne, "Potential Reflection".