From the industrial lofts of Bushwick to the oceanfront shops of Red Hook, New York’s gallery presence has significantly expanded in Brooklyn over the past decade. New artist-run galleries like Pierogi and Minus Space have opened their doors, while international fixtures like Luhring Augustine have launched project spaces in the borough’s large warehouses. Alongside these gallery spaces, nonprofit organizations can be found across Brooklyn that support the district’s emerging artists, including Red Hook Labs, Artadia, Pioneer Works, Art in General, and A.I.R. Gallery. Through benefit auctions and exclusive editions, these nonprofits often offer unique collecting opportunities as well. From captivating portraits by Tyler Mitchell to abstract polaroids by William Miller, discover a wide variety of works to collect from Brooklyn galleries and institutions.