WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC, established in 1995 in New York City, focuses on a contemporary program of artists, including rediscovered artist estates, current artist projects, secondary market and photography, and will present a series of exhibitions dedicated to artists in the Bowery Arts District, past and present. The gallery owns, represents and manages estates of several New York artists from the 1950s & 60s through exhibitions, educational programs and publications. Estates include Will Insley (1929-2011), James Juthstrom (1925-2007), Roy Schatt (1909-2002), Jacques Lowe (1930-2001), Constantin Antonovici (1911-2002). The gallery's represented artists are included in the permanent collections of MoMA, Metropolitan Museum ...
A non-profit arts space located in the Lower East Side, White Box exhibits works by emerging and established artists in solo and themed group shows throughout the year.
The Whitney maintains one of the world's foremost collections of 20th-century American art. With some 12,000 works, virtually every American artist of significance is represented.
Founded by artist Yuko Nii, the Williamsburg Art & Historical Society presents exhibitions in its gallery space and performances in the Theater, located in the 19th-century Kings County Bank Building in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Woodward Gallery is located in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a neighborhood with a rich history of art and culture. The gallery’s 5000 square foot location offers two floors of exhibition space within walking distance of the New Museum of Contemporary Art. The first floor of the gallery features a schedule of rotating exhibitions; the bottom floor offers an intimate viewing area for special events and private appointments.
The courtyard gallery is part of arts>World Financial Center. It is located within the World Financial Center, which can be entered from Vesey Street, West Street, and the promenade along the Hudson River.
Passage into New York’s elegant history is through the World Monuments Fund Gallery. Perfect for an opening reception or art exhibit, this sleek, modern gallery reveals layers of the landmark building’s past, hinting at the glories ahead.
This is one of two spaces operated by Y Gallery. The other space is located at 165 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side.