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VECTOR Gallery

VECTOR Gallery is a new conceptual art destination on the Lower East Side. It is a sentient space with a palpable energy that must be experienced to understand.

Vilcek Foundation

Honoring the contributions of immigrant artists and scientists to U.S. society, the Foundation hosts immigrant artists and performers in the gallery space, encouraging works in biomedical science, the arts and humanities.

Viridian Artists

Viridian Artists is an artist-owned, contemporary art gallery located in Chelsea. An outstanding showcase for emerging and established artists from the continental USA and around the world, Viridian supports a broad range of original and innovative work that meets the highest aesthetic standards.

Visual Arts Gallery

This gallery in Chelsea is on the other side of Manhattan from the Visual Arts Museum/SVA Gallery located on 209 East 23rd Street.

Wave Hill

Among the leafy estates of Riverdale in the Bronx, Wave Hill is a former private residence with gardens, lawns, woodlands and picturesque views of the New Jersey Palisades. Programming includes art exhibitions and workshops related to nature.

Weldon Arts

Weldon Arts is a contemporary gallery in Bushwick focusing on emerging art.

Wendt Gallery

This fine art gallery focuses on Southeast Asian art and 20th-century European and American Modernism.

Westbeth Artists Residents Council

A not for profit arts organization whose 25-year-old mission is to sponsor cultural events at Westbeth Artists Housing/Center for the Arts, WARC provides free programming of dance and music festivals, exhibitons, readings, screenings and performances.

Westbeth Gallery

The gallery is part of the Westbeth Artists residential complex in the West Village. Monthly gallery exhibits feature both residents' work and those of invited artists and are usually curated by a resident artist. Literary readings and performance art take place in the community room.

Westside Gallery

The Westside Gallery on West 21st Street is part of the School of Visual Arts (SVA).