Baseball SongsThe Insane clownPlay of AngelsHarbor, (Ocean-rocks-birds)Decorative screen for the solarium of a homosexuals home (Fading sunflowers)Untitled IPiersIssu du FeuPrivate Bouquet (7)Big Blonde with ChokerThe single white line that heard the future callingSo-enifRadical Tenderness y LenguasYuméji Sexism Study #5Placebo landscapeFamous American Women (Amelia Earhart)Two FriendsUrinalswimmer under water
Baseball SongsThe Insane clownPlay of AngelsHarbor, (Ocean-rocks-birds)Decorative screen for the solarium of a homosexuals home (Fading sunflowers)Untitled IPiersIssu du FeuPrivate Bouquet (7)Big Blonde with ChokerThe single white line that heard the future callingSo-enifRadical Tenderness y LenguasYuméji Sexism Study #5Placebo landscapeFamous American Women (Amelia Earhart)Two FriendsUrinalswimmer under water

Spotlight on New York City Galleries

From painters Jackson Pollock and Helen Frankenthaler to photographers Cindy Sherman and Robert Mapplethorpe, countless artists have contributed to the creative pulse of New York City, making their debuts in gallery exhibitions across the five boroughs. Today, the city boasts the largest concentration of galleries in the world—approximately 1,500 of them—and over 50,000 visual and performing artists. From artist-run collectives in Bushwick to the blue-chip fixtures of Chelsea, each gallery neighborhood in New York City offers a different way to experience the art world and connect to the city’s creative legacy. Below, discover a curated selection of available works from leading and emerging galleries across New York City. 

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