apexart is a non-profit arts organization in Lower Manhattan that was conceived to offer opportunities to independent curators and emerging and established artists, as well as to challenge ideas about art, its practice and curation.
The Arader Galleries of New York has worked closely with the artists of Portraits, Inc. for many years and houses a fine selection of American and European paintings, engravings, watercolors and maps.
ART at Bay gallery is run entirely by local artists and sponsored by the Staten Island Creative Community, Inc. (SICC). The gallery exhibits photography, painting, shows mounted monthly.
ADC members share the vision of founder Louis Pedlar, who brought his colleagues in advertising together in 1920 to dignify their profession and judge advertising art by the same stringent standards as fine art.
Art for Change is a unique, year-round non-profit organization located in East Harlem, New York that encourages the advancement of progressive social change by using art as a catalyst for disseminating information to people.
Founded in 1981 by a group of artists, Art in General presents art that is often under-represented in larger museum and commercial gallery structures.
Art in General commissions challenging projects by artists who are interested in creating new work. It commissions visual artists to create new projects in any medium or form—from painting to sculpture to performance to video to other, perhaps undefined, types of art or interdisciplinary work.
Founded in December of 2012 and based in New York City, Gertrude is a community of unique art experiences where people gather to learn, discuss, and collect art curated by today's visionaries. We are redefining the art Salon for the 21st Century, and we want to bring this movement to the world.
Founded in 1875 by artists, for artists, the league provides affordable studio-based art education of the highest quality to anyone with the interest in making art. Great artists have trained, taught and exhibited at the League and enriched the League and the wider community.
By transforming overhead construction scaffolding and other public spaces in transition into large-scale open-air galleries, ArtBridge supports emerging artists and makes the urban cultural experience much more interesting.