NoHo's history as a center of arts is alive and well! Home to all sorts of art galleries from indigenous to modern furniture and contemporary art, in the neighborhood there's a gallery for every taste.
Ethnix: This NoHo treasure specializes in African art and tribal artifacts. Located on the fifth floor of 636 Broadway. Best of all, in the warmer months you can often find David Stiffler on Broadway selling jewelry and other smaller pieces. Read our spotlight on Ethnix here and learn more about them here.
One Great Jones Gallery: One Great Jones Gallery is located at 1 Great Jones Street and open by appointment only. The gallery is currently displaying works by Hans Haacke, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Carl Andre, Ad Rheinhardt, Adrian Piper, Lisa Yuskavich, Robert Ryman, Robert Mangold, Richard Sera, Elsworth Kelly, Cy Twombly and Fred Sandback. Read more here.
Alexandre Gertsman Contemporary Art: Located at 652 Broadway on the second floor, many of this gallery's pieces are on display in some of New York's finest art museums, including the Guggenheim, Museum of Modern Art, and The Metropolitain Museum of Art. In their NoHo gallery, they are currently displaying works by Mihail Aleksandrov, Vladimir Clavijo-Telepnev, Oleg Dergachov, Vitaly Dlugy, Victor Elkonin, Natalya Elkonina, Rimma and Valeriy Gerlovin, Elizabeth Grachev, Dmitry Gretsky, AndreI Grositsky, Vasily Kafanov, Tatiana Nazarenko, and Natalya Nesterova. Read more here.
Eric Firestone Loft: The New York City outpost of East Hampton based Eric Firestone Gallery, the Loft is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Located at 4 Great Jones Street #4, the gallery specializes in postwar to contemporary art. On display until July 27th is Mimi Gross: Among Friends, 1958-63, featuring Gross's colorful portraits of friends and family. Learn more here.
Sheen Center for Thought and Culture: A project of the archdiocese of Manhattan, the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture promotes arts and culture. Currently on display is Entanglements by Alex Harsley, a collection of photographs offering a romanticized look at the East Village of the 70s and today. The Sheen Center is located at 18 Bleecker Street and open to the public Monday through Friday from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Learn more here.
Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery: This Lafayette gallery is a non-profit dedicated to widening public appreciation for the artistic works of husband and wife duo Sylvia Wald and Po Kim. Though currently between exhibits, their space at 417 Lafayette Street will host a new exhibit soon. Learn more here.
La Mama La Galleria: Founded in 1984, this NoHo gallery is now in its 57th season! Located at 47 Great Jones Street, La Galleria is currently between exhibitions. Read more here.
By Name: This Bowery newcomer brings together fresh Bubble Tea, delicious Japanese food, and incredible emerging artists. Currently on display is a collection of contemporary pieces. Open Sunday through Thursday from 12:00 to 9:00, and Friday and Saturday from 12:00 to 9:30 at 324 Bowery, the art here is constantly rotating, with something new all the time. See more here.
Aicon Gallery: This NoHo gallery specializes in modern non-Western art, with a special focus on South Asia. Aicon Gallery is located at 35 Great Jones Street and open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. The End of Nature, a collection of works exploring environmental concerns is on display through August 3rd. Participating artists include Rajan Krishnan, G. R. Iranna, H. G. Aunkumar, Debanjan Roy, Sujith S. N., Gigi Scaria, Avishek Sen, Ruby Chishti and Marcy Chevali. Learn more here.
Zuercher Gallery: The New York location of the Parisian Galerie Zuercher, Zuercher Gallery is located at 33 Bleecker Street. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM and Sunday from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, the gallery is currently displaying a group exhibition until July 24th featuring works by Matt Bollinger, June Leaf, Kazuko Miyamoto, Kyle Staver, and Merrill Wagner. Read more here.
The Hole: This contemporary gallery located at 310 Bowery showcases different exhibits each month with emerging art or a thematic focus. The Hole is open Tuesday through Sunday from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM and by appointment. Until August 18th Paper View is on display. An incredible collection of over 100 works from more than 60 artists spanning the globe, this exhibit has both incredible variety and talent. Learn more here.
Future Perfect: Located at 55 Great Jones Street, Future Perfect is part furniture and design store, part gallery showcasing furniture's most exciting contemporary creators. Open Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM, this isn't a traditional gallery space. Currently on display through the end of July is Menagerie by John Hogan. Through August is Forbidden Fruit by Chris Wolston and Romancing the Stone by Chen Chen and Kai Williams. Expect to see a fascinating peek into the intersection of high-end, contemporary furniture design and art. Read more here.
Now go out and see some art!