The Westbeth Gallery is a nonprofit fine arts gallery located within Westbeth Artist Housing in the West Village in Manhattan. The gallery is operated by the Westbeth Artists Residents Council which is a volunteer organization elected by the residents of Westbeth.
The 2900 square foot gallery exhibits the work of Westbeth resident artists and independently curated exhibitions. Exhibitors are given latitude in the content and arrangement of their work. Exhibitors are expected to work independently to curate, promote and install their exhibition professionally.
Westbeth Gallery, 55 Bethune Street at Washington Street, New York, NY 10014, www.westbeth.org,
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday: 1-6pm; Closed Monday, Tuesday.
The gallery has a unique role in the art community of New York City by showcasing the work of professional artists who live in Westbeth, as well as presenting the work of artists and curators from outside Westbeth, national and international, through an annual call for proposals. Cultural organizations also exhibit work here, such as the Whitney Museum Staff show, Parsons Fine Arts MFA exhibition, New York Foundation of the Arts Fellows, and many more. The gallery exhibits a wide range of mediums, including multi-media, cross media, and video installations.
Gallery Guidelines 2020
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