Founded in 1970, this visual arts organization in Spanish Harlem holds six to eight exhibitions yearly, emphasizing emerging and mid-career minority artists. It also hosts an artists' studio program, computer workshops, digital filmmaking and editing classes, weekly salsa dances, and occasional music and poetry recitals.
Tamarind is a major advocate of contemporary Indian art. In addition to showcasing high caliber art, it aims to be a resource center for gaining an understanding of Indian art and artists, as well as the proper care, restoration, and conservation of art in various media.
Tatiana Pagés Gallery is a contemporary art and design gallery recently opened its doors in the Harlem to the local community and the broader NYC artist population at the beginning of July 2014 with our opening exhibition “Thoughts and Senses.”
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.