art galleries

 

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123 Watts Gallery
123 Watts St.
212-219-1482

 

181 Hudson
181 Hudson St.
212-941-7646

 

Apex Art
291 Church St.
212-431-4447

 

Art in General
79 Walker St.
212-219-0511

 

Art Initiatives
148 Duane St.
212-406-4073

 

Australia Gallery
157 Hudson St.
212-274-9835

 

Azuma Gallery
50 Walker St. Fl.2
212-925-1381

 

Behr Thyssen Ltd.
48 Laight St.
212-274-8860

 

Cheryl Pelavin Fine Art
13 Jay St.
212-925-9424

 

Conway & Pratt Projects
200 Hudson St.
212-334-9365

 

Courtyard Gallery
220 Vesey St.
212-945-0505

 

Dan Flavin Art Foundation
5 Worth St.
212-431-3033

 

Dorsky Gallery Ltd.
379 W. Broadway
212-966-6170

 

Dream House:7 Yrs Snd/Lght
275 Church St.
212-925-8270

 

Eich Space
184 Franklin St.
212-966-4819

 

Ethan Cohen Fine Arts
37 Walker St.
212-625-1250

 

Franklin Furnace
45 John St. #611
212-766-2606

 

Gates Of Heck
15 Harrison St.
212-879-5016

 

H & M Art Gallery
65 Reade St.
212-566-4707

 

Hal Bromm Gallery
90 W. Broadway
212-732-6196

 

Jeffrey Coploff Fine Art Ltd.
526 W. 26th St.
212-674-1024

 

Jonathan Shorr Gallery
111 Hudson St.
212-925-2723

 

Kalymnios John
9 Desbrosses St.
212-925-0635

 

Koh Art Gallery
66 W Broadway
212-619-2180

 

Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Fnd.
443 Greenwich St.
212-925-3008

 

Markham-Murray Gallery
59 Franklin St.
212-965-8692

 

Mela Foundation
275 Church
212-925-8270

 

One Art Space
23 Warren Street
646-559-0535

 

 

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Local Scene

By the 1960s Tribeca's industrial base had
all but vanished. The predominance of empty commercial space attracted many artists to
the area in the 1970s. Since the 1980s, large scale conversion of the area has transformed Tribeca into an upscale residential area.

 



Franklin Street

 

Fun Facts

In 1996, the Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour was founded as a non-profit, artist-run organization with the mission to empower the working artists of Tribeca while providing an educational opportunity for the public.
For 15 years, the annual free walking tour through artist studios in Tribeca has allowed people to get a unique glimpse into the lives of Tribeca's premiere creative talent.