Recess Activities

Created for emerging artists, this new model gives contemporary and emerging artists space to use as a studio or exhibition venue. Read More

Cheim & Read

Founded in 1997 by co-owners John Cheim & Howard Read from the Robert Miller Gallery, this prestigious Chelsea hallmark has had two homes in the art-centric neighborhood. Read More

Howard Greenberg

Founded in 1981, the Howard Greenberg Gallery was the first to consistently exhibit photojournalism and street photography, helping to establish the genres’ place in the world of photographic art. Founder Howard Greenberg, himself a former photojournalist, has been widely recognized for his authoritative knowledge of 19th and 20th century photography, … Read More

Mary Boone Gallery

Opening in 1977, the original Mary Boone Gallery in SoHo famously began the careers of David Salle and Julian Schnabel. In the 1980s, she was credited for discovering Jean-Michel Basquiat. Still focusing on artists with a ‘downtown’ aesthetic, the Mary Boone Gallery is more likely to take chances … Read More

Tony Shafrazi Gallery

As the exclusive representative of Francis Bacon’s estate, longtime New York art dealer Tony Shafrazi brings to his galleries unique and stunning pieces from popular and revered modern artists: David Lachapelle, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Dennis Hopper, Keith Haring, and even Pablo Picasso. He has a twisted life story: Former friend of … Read More

MoMA P.S.1

Housed in a hundred-year-old Romanesque Revival school building in Long Island City, Queens, MoMA PS1 presents an extensive program of exhibitions and events in its nearly 125,000-square-foot facility. With such a rich architectural history, it follows that art here can be found in unexpected places; bathrooms, stairwells, classrooms and janitor’s … Read More