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Aaron Faber Gallery was founded in 1974 to present the work of studio jewelers, those artists creating one-of-a-kind jewels that are inspired by creativity and originality, made in the artist’s studio and imbued with the artist’s spirit, concept and style.
The gallery, owned by Edward and Patricia Faber is located on West 53rd Street down the block from the Museum of Modern Art, where its contemporary interior is the backdrop for changing exhibitions by studio jewelers as well as permanent collections by the gallery’s artist group. For more information, please visit www.aaronfaber.com.
In 1973, 14 sculptors founded this nonprofit gallery in SoHo, exclusively for the exhibition of contemporary sculpture. Shows change about every four weeks and emphasize both figurative and abstract work.
The New York Design Center and 1stdibs.com have joined forces to create 1stdibs at NYDC. This revolutionary gallery space provides 1stdibs with its first physical presence in the marketplace, and changes the dynamic of this once design-trade-only building into a progressive, all-inclusive design resource. An eclectic mix of over 54 1stdibs® dealers from all over the country, as well as several international dealers, occupy the entire tenth floor of the NYDC with 33,000 square feet.
The Abrons Arts Center, which opened in 1975 at 466 Grand Street, presents exhibitions in all media by artists-in-residence, and local and international contemporary artists. Adjacent is its landmarked 300-seat Neighborhood Playhouse, housing Henry Street’s visual and performing arts programming alongside its community-based arts training.
Artists in Residence's mission is to advance the status of women artists by exhibiting diverse work of the highest quality and by providing a sense of community to women artists. The A.I.R. Gallery, founded in 1972, was the first cooperative for women artists.
This gallery is within the Clemente Soto VÃ©lez Cultural and Educational Center.
The A.I.R. Gallery, founded in 1972, was the first cooperative for women artists. Included in the original membership were artists such as Nancy Spero, Howardena Pindell, Dotty Attie and Agnes Denes. Its exhibiting members are a core group of 20 artists plus 15 affiliates from around the country. A.I.R. strives to bring the work of its talented members to the awareness of museums, collectors and critics in the hope that, by doing this, attitudes about art made by women will continue to change. Through lectures and symposia, the gallery addresses topics of general concern to the public; and through its historical archive, it provides an invaluable educational resource.
Through models, renderings, films and time-lapse images, the public can learn about the future National 9-2011 Memorial and Museum and view construction progress at the World Trade Center site.
A Gathering of Tribes sponsors a creative open mic night on Thursdays, and the gallery mounts a new exhibition each month in its historic brownstone. It hosts weekly writing workshops, and A Gathering of the Tribes magazine features new poetry and fiction as well as art-related reviews, essays and interviews.
440 Gallery is a small artist run collective in Park Slope, Brooklyn dedicated to the exhibition and sale of artwork. The artists in the collective represent a broad spectrum of styles and media including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, assemblage and installation.
5Pointz is an outdoor art exhibit space in Long Island City, New York, considered to be the world’s premiere “graffiti mecca,” where aerosol artists from around the globe paint colorful pieces on the walls of a 200,000-square-foot factory building.
601Artspace partners with artists, curators and other not-for-profit organizations to produce unconventional exhibitions, talks, film screenings and special projects within a non-commercial context. Its permanent collection acts as a catalyst for artistic and curatorial encounters.
443 PAS exhibits contemporary art by emerging and established artists in the setting of an interior design firm, Kevin M. Absec Designs. It also holds a monthly poetry series, as well as a series of film screenings, publishing events and panel discussions.
Established in 2009 in the heart of Bushwick, 319 Scholes is a 3,000 sq. ft gallery space used for exhibitions, workshops, and live performances.
401 Projects is a noncommercial photography gallery in the West Village, created as an exhibition space to showcase the work of both emerging and well-established artists. Many of the exhibits here are mounted by artists to benefit charities.
The gallery is on Lower Level 1 of the new academic building of Cooper Union, designed by Thom Mayne of Morphosis.
The venue is a gallery and performance space suitable for performance art, film, concerts, poetry readings, literary salons, and public art-in-process. Its mission is to support emerging artistic talent and offer audiences meticulously-tailored menus of exceptional cultural events.