Woodward Gallery has been a NYC institution for almost a quarter century. It is a pioneer in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a neighborhood with a rich history of art and culture. Their current location at 132A Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002, located across from their previous building of the past ten years, is flush with innovative changes to their decades-long program.
Woodward Gallery has been working to share art in the community through public exhibitions since 1994. Their mission remains steadfast: to promote gallery artists and to enhance private collections through their vast national and international networks and relationships. The newly designed Woodward Gallery Windows is now the focal point of their public exhibition program providing easy visibility from the street. Accessible to all, Woodward Gallery continues its mission of enhancing culture within the community. Care and commitment to their collectors with one-on-one direct, personalized attention is arranged by private, individual appointment.
Additionally, Woodward Gallery has expanded their off-site art program to three Gourmet Garage locations citywide (SoHo, TriBeCa and Lincoln Center), using 50,000 square feet of storefront windows and interior spaces for rotating art exhibitions. The Gallery is open to the public by appointment, as a featured partner gallery on ARTSY.com, and through their newly-designed website WoodwardGallery.net.
Woodward Gallery specializes in developing valuable private and corporate art portfolios with Contemporary and Modern Masters from Pablo Picasso to Andy Warhol, with Street Art and through the unique painting of their acclaimed Gallery Artists. Woodward Gallery maintains an inventory of art by Robert Indiana, Andy Warhol, Richard Hambleton and Jean Michel Basquiat.
An extensive collection of important limited edition prints are available by New York ‘80’s East Village Artists: (Richard Hambleton and Keith Haring); POP Artists: (Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol); and by their Gallery Artists: (Deborah Claxton, Margaret Morrison, Mark Mastroianni and Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk).
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