Woodward Gallery celebrates their 25th Anniversary as a NYC Art institution throughout 2019! It is a pioneer in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a neighborhood with rich history of art and culture.
Woodward Gallery brings art to the community through public exhibitions since 1994. Their mission remains steadfast: to promote gallery artists, to provide rare, blue-chip offerings, and to enhance private collections through their vast national and international networks and relationships.
Woodward Gallery Exhibition Windows is the headquarters of their public exhibition program providing easy visibility from their street-level location.
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 a huge off-site art program. Guests are welcome to view Woodward Gallery art exhibitions at the Down Town Association, 60 Pine Street in TriBeCa. Please contact Woodward Gallery, or call the DTA directly at 212 422 1982 to schedule your visit. Daily hours are available. Guests are encouraged to arrive in business casual attire while on DTA Club premises.
Woodward Gallery is at Gourmet Garage locations citywide (SoHo, TriBeCa and Lincoln Center), using 50,000 square feet of storefront windows and interior spaces for rotating art exhibitions.
Woodward Gallery is open to the public by appointment, as a featured gallery partner on Artsy.net, Widewalls.ch, and digitally through their extensive website WoodwardGallery.net. Please stay connected through social media:
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@Woodward_Gallery on Instagram
@WoodwardGallNYC on Twitter
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).
Amanda Leigh Sausville
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