Thursday, November 3, 2011

Lower East Side Gallery Update

Sloan Fine Arts is the only Lower East Side gallery I know of that closed — they’re looking for a new space. While that’s a real loss (hopefully not for long), the good news is thirteen (!) new galleries opened in the last few months — a surprising three of them are on Forsyth Street. The even better news is all of these new galleries are run by smart, ambitious, nice people. Here are the details:
BosiDamjanovic Gallery
48 Orchard Street, NY 10002
(212) 966-5686

Brennan & Griffen
55 Delancey Street, NY 10002
(212) 227-0115
Katie Grinnan, Accordion Thoughts And Everyday Superposition, Brennan & Griffen Gallery, installation view
Callicoon Fine Arts
124 Forsyth Street, NY 10002
(212) 219-0326

Essex Street
47 Essex Street, NY 10002
(312) 399-0531

120 Elizabeth Street, NY 10013
(773) 209-8889

steven harvey fine art projects
208 Forsyth Street, NY 10002
(917) 861-7312

Louis B. James
143B Orchard Street, NY 10002
(212) 533-4670

Lu Magnus
55 Hester Street, NY 10002
(212) 677-6555

Mulherin + Pollard
187 Chrystie Street, NY 10002
You can also enter at the end of Freeman Alley
(212) 967-0045

170 Suffolk Street, NY 10002
(646) 559-2856

Marc Straus (temporary)
132 Delancey Street, NY 10002
Enter on Norfolk Street - second floor
They will be moving to 299 Grand Street between Eldridge and Allen in January.
(212) 510-7646

Forsyth Street view of the toomer labzda gallery

toomer labzda
100a Forsyth Street, NY 10002
(917) 488-3388

Y Gallery
165 Orchard Street, NY 10002
(917) 721-4539

103 Norfolk Street, NY 10002
(212) 967-2260
Moved to a larger and nicer space at 103 Norfolk Street (between Rivington and Delancey).

NOTE: The good people at the gallery Feature Inc. have put their excellent LES Gallery map online. In the future, a link to this site will be on the right sidebar instead of the LES guide we have been providing -- it's somewhat out of date anyway!

1 comment:

Debbie Pacheco said...

Especially in this economy, this is fantastic news!