NEW YORK GALLERIES

New York City. You name it, it’s here. Some call it the capital of the art world and its history backs that up. Galleries from Chelsea to Bushwick are known world-wide, and the locals aren’t as bad as they say.   

 


 

Acquavella Galleries
18 E 79th St, New York, NY 10075/ 1212.734.6300/ www.acquavellagalleries.com

Acquavella Galleries is an art gallery located at 18 East 79th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. cquavella Galleries was founded at 598 Madison Avenue in 1921 by Nicholas Acquavella. Numerous exhibitions have been presented at the gallery, including the works of Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Pissarro, Bonnard, Tanguy, Léger, Picasso... Open: Mon - Sat, 10 am - 5 pm.

 
 
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Adam Baumgold Gallery
60 E 66th St, New York, NY 10065/ 1212.861.7338/ www.adambaumgoldgallery.com

Adam Baumgold Fine Art, Inc. was established in 1986. The gallery exhibits the work of contemporary and 20th Century artists -- modern masters as well as emerging artists. Adam Baumgold Gallery specializes in and has a large collection of works available by Saul Steinberg. Ten exhibitions have been devoted to this artist's work including the gallery's inaugural show of Major Work. The gallery is actively engaged in buying and selling 20th century, post-war and contemporary art including such artists as Grosz, Magritte, Picasso, Steinberg, Ruscha, Murray, Wojnarowicz, Basquiat, Warhol and Richter, among others. Exhibitions of individual artists represented by the gallery are presented on a regular basis along with thematic group shows that include a wide range of artists. Open: Tue - Sat, 11 am - 5:30 pm.

     
     
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    Opera Gallery
    791 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10065/ 1646.707.3299/ www.operagallery.com

    Since 2000, Opera Gallery New York has represented a wide variety of artists, from street artists who have decided to take on the canvas, such as Saber and Bast, to well established contemporary artists, such as Ron English, David Mach, Lori Earley, and Simon Birch. Opera Gallery New York has developed a reputation as one of the leading voices of contemporary art in New York. The gallery, one of the pre-cursors to the Pop-Surrealism movement, has continued with career making exhibitions for Ron English and Lori Earley. Opera Gallery New York is part of an internationally renowned network of galleries with 10 global locations, including Paris, Singapore, Miami, London, Geneva, and Hong Kong. The gallery is open everyday of the week from 11 AM to 7 PM.Open: Mon - Sat, 10 am - 7 pm; Sunday, 11 am - 6:30 pm.

     

       
       
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      A.I.R. Gallery
      155 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201/ 1212.255.6651/ www.airgallery.org

      A.I.R. was the first all female cooperative gallery in the United States. It was founded in 1972 with the objective of providing a professional and permanent exhibition space for women artists during a time in which the works shown at commercial galleries in New York City were almost exclusively by male artists. A.I.R. is an alternative means to exhibit women's art. The gallery was originally located in SoHo at 97 Wooster Street, and was located on 111 Front Street in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn until 2015. In May 2015, A.I.R. Gallery moved to its current location at 155 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201. A.I.R. is a non-profit organization that aims to show the diversity and artistic talent of women, to teach, to challenge stereotypes of female artists, and to subvert the historically male-dominated commercial gallery scene, with the overall hope to serve as an example for other artists who wish to realize their own art cooperative endeavors. Open: Wed - Sun, 12 am - 6 pm.

       

       
       
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      109 Gallery
      109 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY/ 1347.419.4984/ 1oh9.com

      109 is a contemporary, fine art gallery in Brooklyn focusing on abstract, conceptual and political works of all media. Open: Thu - Sun, 12 am - 7 pm.

       
       
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      Art 101
      101 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211/ 1718.302.2242/ www.art101brooklyn.com

      ART 101 was founded in 2004 by the artist, Ellen E. Rand. Committed to providing a venue for fine art for its own sake, the gallery is a showplace for exceptional works by artists of all ages and stages, with a long-standing appreciation for sublime painting in the rich mix of art and artists. Poetry readings, artist talks and special receptions are part of the ongoing program. Individual appointments (outside regular gallery hours) are welcome. Open: Fri - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm.

       
       

      Figureworks
      168 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211/ 1718.486.7021/ www.figureworks.com

      Figureworks is dedicated to bringing you contemporary and 20th century fine art that explores the human form. Established artists drawing inspiration from the human figure are represented. Figureworks handles a diverse selection of figurative art incorporating the male and female nude, portraiture and narratives. Many mediums are represented including pencil, pen & ink, oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, glass and sculpture. Figureworks opened in 2000 and is located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, where works on this site and related figurative art may be viewed. Open: Saturday, Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       
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      The Journal Gallery
      106 North 1st. Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249/ 1718.218.7148 / www.thejournalinc.com

      The Journal Gallery offers internships working closely with staff on all aspects of running and maintaining a contemporary art gallery. Internships at The Journal Gallery generally require a commitment of three days per week for a minimum of three months. Open: Tue – Sun, 12 am – 6 pm.

       
       
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      REVERSE
      516 W 25TH Street, Suite #306, NY/ reversespace.org

      REVERSE is a non profit art platform for the development of new ideas and interdisciplinary practices, promoting peer to peer knowledge exchange. Run by artists, our mission is to support innovative and boundary breaking projects that foster dialogue and artistic collaboration at the intersection of art, science and technology. We support emerging and mid-career artists and curators through an active calendar of exhibitions, talks, workshops, and performances. Our program places a strong emphasis on our relationship with technology and how it affects the creative process of art-making, centering on projects that push new digital tools into creative realms. Open: Tuesday, Thursday from 1 pm to 7 pm & by appointment.

       
       
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      Sideshow Gallery
      319 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211/ 1718.486.8180/ www.sideshowgallery.com

      Sideshow is an influential and far-reaching gallery of contemporary art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, showing provocative emerging artists and modern masterworks. Founder Richard Timperio is revered for his eclectic and groundbreaking art exhibits and events. Sideshow Gallery has been defining the cutting edge of contemporary art in Brooklyn for 20 years. Open: Thu - Sat, 12 am - 6 pm.

       
       
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      Skink Ink Editions Gallery
      177 North 10th Street Room G. Brooklyn, NY/ 1646.455.3400/ www.skink-ink.com

      Skink Ink is founded by Philip Riley, who is its lead artist and printer. Skink Ink is the culmination of several lifetimes’ experience in diverse creative fields, drawing together strands of both commerce and pure creativity. There is much on offer to those who work with us beyond just technical competence; we have a sensibility that is knowledgeable, attuned to the subjectivities of art, and com- mitted to the discipline of making prints as good as they can be. Open: Mon - Sat, 11 am - 7 pm.

       
       
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      Southfirst
      60 N6th Street Brooklyn, NY 11211/ 1718.599.4884/ www.southfirst.org

      SOUTHFIRST is a gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn focusing on collaborative projects and exhibitions with emerging and historical artists. The gallery has run continuously since 2000. Open: Sat - Sun, 12 am - 6 pm & by appointment.

       

       
       
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      Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
      135 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211/ 1718.486.6012/ wahcenter.net

      In late October 1996, Yuko Nii founded the non-profit The WAH Center (Williamsburg Art & Historical Center) based upon her Bridge Concept. That concept envisions a multifaceted, multicultural art center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community, and create a bridge between local, national and international artists, emerging and established artists, and artists of all disciplines. Thus through the international language of art we come to understand each other to create a more peaceful and integrated world. The WAH Center is a force for peace and understanding and its concept is incorporated in its acronym: “WAH” in Japanese means “peace” or “harmony” or “unity.” Open: Thu - Sun, 12 am - 6 pm.

       
       
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      World Money Gallery
      41 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn, NY/ 1347.815.7877/ www.worldmoneygallery.com

      ArtGallery x Creative Space x Rare Goods Boutique in Bushwick Brooklyn. A Hub 4 like minded creatives from various tribes,all mediums welcome. Open: Thu - Sun, 12 am - 7 pm.

       
       
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      Real Fine Arts
      673 Meeker Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11222/ 1347.457.6679/ realfinearts.com

      This Greenpoint gallery was founded by Tyler Dobson and Ben Morgan-Cleveland in 2008. The duo grew up in New England and moved to New York to attend Pratt Institute. While both were studying for their BFAs in 2006, they worked as art handlers at Maccarone Gallery, among other places, and made art on the side. In 2008, Dobson and Morgan-Cleveland founded Real Fine Arts, a place where they could stage art-related activities for themselves and their friends. The gallery works closely with Yuji Agematsu, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Jana Euler, New Museum Triennialist Lena Henke (see The New Museum Triennial Offer a Dazzling and Dystopian Vision of the Future), Mathieu Malouf, and Sam Pulitzer, among others. Open: Thu - Sun, 11 am - 6 pm.

       
       

      Anthony Philip Fine Art

      56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1929.279.1984/ www.anthonyphilipfineart.com

      The team at Anthony Philip Fine Art believes that artists should make a good living by their trade, and that anyone who loves art should be able to own it. We've combined these two principles into a business that creates opportunities and builds advocacy for emerging artists, while allowing clients of all means to build investment­-grade collections. With over 15 years' experience in virtually every aspect of the fine art business, our know­-how and passion help us create a marketplace that serves both artist and collector. Open: Thu -Sun, 12 am - 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       

      Black & White Gallery / Project Space

      56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1718.599.8775/ www.blackandwhiteartgallery.com

      Black & White Gallery was founded in New York in 2002. From the start, the Gallery has been committed to cultivating promising artists in the initial and more advanced phases of their careers exploring contemporary themes and concepts through multiple mediums.The Gallery's original location was a unique industrial indoor/outdoor ground floor space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn - the breeding ground of emerging talent at that time. From 2006 to 2010 Black & White Gallery operated from two locations - Williamsburg and Chelsea. In 2010 the Chelsea location was closed and not-for-profit Black & White Project Space was established. From 2010 to 2012 both the Gallery and Project Space operated side by side presenting simultaneous exhibition programs out of the Gallery's original indoor/outdoor location in Williamsburg. Open: Fri - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       

      BLAM

      56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ www.blamprojects.com

      BLAM is an innovative exhibition model focused on creating a synergy between artists in Los Angeles and Brooklyn. These bicoastal, multiplatform exhibition spaces in downtown Los Angeles and the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn are designed to showcase a wide range of artists and curators from both sides of the country. The BLAM project encourages artist curators and outside curators to create exhibitions. The goal is to introduce the wealth of talent in both communities to a wider audience of art lovers, art writers, curators and collectors. The spaces also will bring selected international artists to audiences in the two cities. Open: Fri - Sun, 11 am - 6 pm; weekdays by appointment only.

       
       
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      DAVID&SCHWEITZER Contemporary

      56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1347.829.6277/ davidandschweitzer.com

      DAVID&SCHWEITZER Contemporary is a large, open gallery space in the 56 Bogart loft building and takes over the recently defunct “Life on Mars” Gallery space run by artist and curator Michael David. It plays well to the sensibilities, albeit with a heavy hand, of “Making the Future” that this particular themed collection exists in a gallery that usurped a former gallery. Open: Fri - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm.

       
       

      Fresh Window

      56 Bogart Street, Lower Level, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1718.417.0783/ www.freshwindow.org

      Fresh Window is a contemporary art gallery dedicated to exhibiting artists that encourage a broader awareness. The exhibitions are aimed to give the viewer a sense of marvel at everyday situations, lifting them out of the mundane into the extraordinary through the work of innovative, sensitive and critical artists. Open: Fri - Sun, 1 pm – 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       

      Fuchs Projects

      56 Bogart Street #1Q, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ fuchsprojects.com

      Fuchs Projects is a contemporary art gallery which has its prime location in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York since 2012. Our mission is to preserve, produce, create art events and exhibit art works of emerging and mid-career artists who are creating innovative and challenging works in different media, especially photography. The gallery has served as an "ambassador of Bushwick" by showing works of local artists as well as introducing artists from over-seas to the NY art scene.Open: Fri - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       

      Honey Ramka

      56 Bogart St, Brooklyn, NY 11206, USA/ www.honeyramka.com

      Honey Ramka is an exhibition space in Bushwick, Brooklyn @ 56 Bogart Street (1st floor). Open: Fri - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm.

       
       

      NURTUREart

      56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1718.782.7755/ nurtureart.org

      NURTUREart is dedicated to nurturing contemporary art by providing exhibition opportunities and resources for emerging artists, curators, and local public school students. The unique synergy between NURTUREart’s programs generates a collaborative environment for artistic experimentation. This framework, along with other far-reaching programming, cultivates a supportive artistic network and enriches the local and larger cultural communities. Open: Thu – Sun, 12 pm – 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       

      Robert Henry Contemporary

      56 Bogart St. Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1718.473.0819/ www.rhvfineart.com

      Robert Henry Contemporary seeks to present work that is both visually engaging and conceptually compelling. The work we show is a reflection of our personal tastes with a penchant for the minimal, abstract and conceptual. We visualize our curatorial interests as orbiting around a central core of ideas that include, but are not limited to ontology, time, ephemerality, landscape, space and beauty. This orbit is not circular but elliptical with some exhibitions exploring these ideas more than others and in varying degrees. We seek consistency over grandiose statement and consider the evolution of the gallery a process similar to the working lives of the artists we represent. To that end we seek to provide our clients artwork that engages their eyes as much as their brains. Open: Thu - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm.

       
       

      SLAG GALLERY

      56 Bogart Street, Ground Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1212.967.9818/ www.slaggallery.com

      Since opening, Slag Gallery has embarked on the adventure of discovering and presenting aesthetically different artists in all media, featuring work that is both conceptually challenging and visually engaging. The gallery represents a group of American and International emerging artists, with an intent to facilitate the long-term development of their careers, liaising with international galleries, curators, institutions, museums and collectors. Since 2008, Slag Gallery has successfully introduced select Romanian artists and projects to the NY public, while simultaneously presenting American and other International artists to the contemporary art community. Over the last 6 years, Slag Gallery has been working to cultivate durable relationships with galleries worldwide, promoting artistic exchange and project collaboration. Open: Thu - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm; Mon - Wed by appointment.

       
       

      Theodore:ART

      56 Bogart St. Brooklyn, NY 11206/ 1212.966.4324/ www.theodoreart.com

      Founded by Stephanie Theodore in 2010, Theodore:Art, a contemporary art gallery and consultancy, presenting exhibitions of works by emerging and established artists from the UK, EU and the US, in a variety of settings and contexts. Theodore:Art offers a window of opportunity to discover promising artists early in their careers. Open: Fri - Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       

      Transmitter

      1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A, Brooklyn, NY 11237 / 1917.653.8236/ www.transmitter.nyc

      Transmitter is a collaborative curatorial initiative based out of Brooklyn New York, focusing on programming that is multidisciplinary, international and experimental. The Gallery was founded in 2014 by Rob de Oude, Carl Gunhouse, Sara Jones, Rod Malin, Tom Marquet and Mel Prest. In 2015 Jen Hitchings joined the curatorial team. Open: Saturday and Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm or by appointment unless otherwise noted.

       
       

      TIGER STRIKES ASTEROID

      1329 Willoughby Ave #2A, Brooklyn, NY 11237/ 1347.746.8041/ www.tigerstrikesasteroid.com

      Tiger Strikes Asteroid is a network of artist-run spaces with locations in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Each space is independently operated and focuses on presenting a varied program of emerging and mid-career artists. Our goal is to collectively bring people together, expand connections and build community through artist-initiated exhibitions, projects, and curatorial opportunities. We seek to further empower the artist’s role beyond that of studio practitioner to include the roles of curator, critic, and community developer; and to act as an alternate model to the conventions of the current commercial art market. Open: Sat, Sun, 1 pm - 6 pm & by appointment.

       
       

      Alan Klotz Gallery

      740 West End Ave #52, New York, NY 10025/ 1212.741.4764/ www.klotzgallery.com

      For the past 37 years, The Alan Klotz Gallery (formerly Photocollect, Inc.) has dealt in fine 19th and 20th century vintage photography, as well as presenting emerging contemporary and mid-career work. During that time we have sold many important photographs to the world’s finest museums and private collections, in New York, where we are, to Tokyo, Sydney and Hong Kong, where we are not. The Alan Klotz Gallery is a founding member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers. We participate in the major photography trade shows and travel extensively to buy as well as to sell.Open: by appointment only.