Mark Fletcher is a curator, collector, advisor and private dealer with almost three decades of experience organizing exhibitions and projects independently and for leading galleries in the United States, Europe and Asia. Fletcher has worked with dozens of significant artists, including Richard Prince, Matthew Barney, Rachel Whiteread, Gabriel Orozco, Ed Ruscha and Kiki Smith. 

Fletcher's current initiatives often explore the relationship between contemporary art and the built context in which we experience it. In New York City, his public exhibitions are presented in two venues - a 19th century townhouse at 24 Washington Square North, and the landmark penthouse at 23 Beekman Place, designed in 1977 by renowned architect Paul Rudolph. Additionally, Fletcher maintains viewing spaces at Domus Solaris in Los Angeles; a house designed by Daniel Libeskind in Connecticut; and a residence at 25 Columbus Circle in New York City.