From the Upper East Side to Harlem, the galleries that fill New York’s uptown neighborhoods showcase the city’s rich history and creative legacy. Among the oldest gallery districts in the city, 57th Street has been a center for the arts since the Art Students League of New York moved there in 1892. In the 1960s, the Fuller Building on 57th established itself as the creative cornerstone for the neighborhood, boasting dozens of galleries in its landmark Art Deco building. Further north, galleries located on the Upper East Side often inhabit late 19th and early 20th-century townhouses, showcasing artworks in the intimate, yet grandiose setting of these former homes. Recently, a crop of young and mid-sized galleries have relocated to Harlem, the historically African-American neighborhood that revolutionized music, literature, and the arts during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and ’30s. Whether you’re visiting these districts or browsing online, discover a curated selection of available works from uptown New York City galleries below.