Taymour Grahne Gallery opened its doors in September 2013, and is located in a 4,000 square foot space located in the heart of TriBeCa, New York City. The gallery seeks to foster a diverse, international program of groundbreaking contemporary art, and is committed to cultivating emerging talent and supporting established artists from around the world.
Tenri Cultural Institute is a nonprofit organization with a mission to promote the study of Japanese language and the appreciation of international art forms. The institute hosts a variety of traditional and contemporary cultural programs in its modern, spacious educational facility, performing arts and exhibition space.
The 8th Floor is a private exhibition and event space established to promote cultural and philanthropic initiatives, with a primary focus on the presentation of contemporary Cuban art.
The Broken Kilometer (1979) by Walter De Maria has been on long-term view to the public since 1979. This work was commissioned and is maintained by Dia Art Foundation.
A former bank building in Queens Plaza, vacant for decades until an arts group transformed it into a gallery.
The Curator Gallery is a fine art gallery located at the 23rd Street entrance to the High Line in Chelsea, New York’s well-known art district. Using guest curators, the gallery exhibits works on paper, paintings, photography, and sculpture by emerging and mid-career artists in solo and group shows.
The Drawing Center, located in SoHo's historic cast-iron district, exhibits contemporary and historic drawings.