The Hole NYC gallery features contemporary art and is located in the small neighborhood of NoHo. They represent emerging artists, so be sure to see some unique art works.
The Hole NYC was founded in 2010 by Kathy Grayson, the curator. She says that their goal is to “fill a hole in the downtown community”.
In their almost 4000 sq. ft. Bowery space, they present monthly solo exhibitions, as well as other group shows.
Their portfolio is fantastic, since they have showcased over 200 artists from all over the globe. They currently represent over 15 names from the US and a few from other countries.
Curious to know a few of these 15+ names? Well, you’ll find works by Holton Rower (the portrait of Lina Zoo in our photo gallery above shows his work), Adam Parker Smith, Kembra Pfahler, Vanessa Prager, Misaki Kawai and Eric Yahnker.
They usually have two simultaneous exhibitions live with not only emerging artists, but more established ones too.
“In between exhibitions we host events and special projects that cater to other emerging and creative industries, and compliment their philosophy of collaboration across the arts. Plus, we support collaboration and the downtown artist community.”
Be sure to check with website to see the 2 current exhibitions and their upcoming ones! And, they have some pretty cool products on their online store too!
When you’re in New York, the best way to optimize your time, is to explore the neighborhood you’re in, instead of keep jumping around the city.
While your around in NoHo, you can grab lunch at the famous and trendy Café Gitane – just a few blocks South! If you want to get a dinner reservation at one of the most secret Japanese restaurants, see how you can we can help you!
And last, if you are looking for a private art tour to explore the NYC gallery world, we’ll introduce you to our fantastic, trendy art guide. E-mail our experts to see how our Art Tours work!
For companies, we organize unique experiences too.
Wednesday – Sunday: 12pm – 7pm, and by appointment
Location: 312 Bowery
Photo Credits: Courtesy of The Hole NYC and babesatthemuseum.com (portrait picture)