Gallery Onetwentyeight

128 Rivington Street

(between Essex & Norfolk streets)

New York, NY 11218

(212) 674-0244

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Directions

Subway: F, J, M, Z to Delancey Street/Essex Street

About this organization

Gallery Onetwentyeight

Gallery Onetwentyeight, opened in 1986, is the longest running gallery in the Lower East Side. Kazuko Miyamoto is the gallery owner and director. The gallery shows solo and group exhibitions by emerging and established artists from NYC and the US, as well as international artists.

Hours

Wed06:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Thu12:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Fri12:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Sat12:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Sun12:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 8, 6-9 pm.


Fridge Art Fair

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  • $10
    Adults
  • $5
    Children

Admission is suggested donation.


Dog and pet artist Eric Ginsburg,  is pleased to announce the debut of Fridge Art Fair on Thursday May 9 through 12 at Gallery OneTwentyEight.

Ginsburg wanted to create an atmosphere that was intimate in space and feel, but powerful in artist representation.  “Fridge is a Fair about being outside of the box, but yet inside the Fridge.”
Fridge Art Fair will open with a special reception featuring two-time American Idol finalist Hunter Monroe on Wednesday May 8. Galleries and artists from around the world will take place in Fridge Art Fair, showcasing incredible pieces of work from:
Marina Goldena Gallery, Johan Wahlstrom (Stolklholm), World of Eric Dog Collection (NYC), David Fenn (Conneticut), Debra Dreixler Studio (Honolulu), Susanna Thornton Studio (London), Cheryl Edwards (Washington,DC), Gallery OneTwentyEight (NYC), Olga Kol (Sidney), William E Dorr P.C.S. for the Performing Arts (Washinton, DC),Galerie Nieuw Schoten (Amsterdam) and Linda DiGusta (NYC).
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