With the creative drive of Mr. Rodriquez, Casa Frela Gallery has achieved a strong viewer following by creating art exhibitions, which embrace different cultures and ethnicities. Each show has displayed many concurrent and competing themes and perspectives of the Harlem, Latino, African American and LGBT community. With well over 80 exhibitions and cultural events held, Lawrence Rodriquez continues to create and produce programs that connect the people living in Harlem and the New York Metropolitan area with the wider art world.
47 W 119th Street
New York, NY 10026
Essie Green Galleries The guiding spirit and mentor of Essie Green Galleries was Romare Bearden. As a result we are often referred to as a Bearden Gallery. We concentrate on the sale of work by the senior Black Masters, following Mr. Bearden's guidance. Our inventory of paintings and sculptures encompasses works by:
Romare Bearden, Charles Alston, Edward M. Banister,William C. Carter, Sam Gilliam, John W. Hardrick,Lois Mailou Jones, Norman Lewis, Geraldine McCullough, Charles Ethan Porter, William Edouard Scott, Allen Stringfellow, Mose Tolliver and several others.Essie Green Galleries
419A Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
El Museo del Barrio
The mission of El Museo del Barrio is to present and preserve the art and culture of Puerto Ricans and all Latin Americans in the United States. Through its extensive collections, varied exhibitions and publications, bilingual public programs, educational activities, festivals and special events, El Museo educates its diverse public in the richness of Caribbean and Latin American arts and cultural history. By introducing young people to this cultural heritage, El Museo is creating the next generation of museum-goers, while satisfying the growing interest in Caribbean and Latin American art of a broad national and international audience.The guiding spirit and mentor of Essie Green Galleries was Romare Bearden. As a result we are often referred to as a Bearden Gallery. We concentrate on the sale of work by the senior Black Masters, following Mr. Bearden's guidance. Our inventory of paintings and sculptures encompasses works by:
1230 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10029
Hamilton Landmark Galleries
Originally an artist cooperative, Hamilton Landmark Galleries opened its doors in the autumn of 1997, it mission; dedicated to the presentation of fine art, the development of contemporary artists and the documentation of fine art collections.
467 West 144th Street between Amsterdam and Convent Avenues
New York, NY 10031
Gallery Hours Wed-Sat 11-7PM
The Interchurch Center
Located in the southwest corner of the main lobby, the Treasure Room serves as a professional art gallery. This 2000 square foot exhibit space, paneled in English Cherry with movable display panels and a professional lighting system, hosts eight exhibitions annually of painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, textiles and photography. The gift of a member of the Delmar Baptist Church, St. Louis, Missouri, the Treasure Room is a tribute to the life and service of Ediwn T. Dahlberg, President American Baptist Convention (1946 – 1948), during whose term as President National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA (1957-1960), the Center was constructed and dedicated.
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. one can always visit the Treasure Room Gallery, located in the southwest corner of the main floor to view professional exhibitions of visual arts. Painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, textiles, and photographs are just a few of the media one might see and contemplate. A stroll through the north and south side of the corridors of the main floor reveal twenty well lit display windows which continue the visitor's viewing pleasure of creative talents. Once a month from 4 to 7 p.m. one can attend the artists' reception to meet and greet the featured exhibitors. Make sure to pick up an informative brochure which lists and highlights the works in the exhibition and the artist or group featured.
475 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10115
Standing tall on a tree-lined street in historic Central Harlem, the Knox Gallery offers an elegant exhibition space in which to experience contemporary art created by emerging and established fine artists of high quality and unique expression. In the warmth and grace of its salon-like spaces, gallery visitors experience art intimately and in proportion to an embracing, human scale. e artist or group featured. Knox Gallery offers serious collectors and art lovers an art experience in dialogue with their artists who have been carefully selected from beyond the boundaries of the mainstream. Whatever the medium and discipline – painting, sculpture, installation, visionary, esoteric, spiritual or art of the just cause - the unifying theme of all the work shown expresses profound formal grounding, an aesthetic level of excellence and an expression of courage and clarity in the voice of each artist.
Gallery hours (By Appointment Only): Tue-Fri 1pm-5pm ET. All showings are by appointment only. A private showing can be requested by emailing your date/time preference to the address below. Thank you and we look forward to your visit.
129 West 129th Street
New York, NY 10027
La Maison De Art
Gives you the opportunity to experience art in an intimate relaxed and personal enviornment. You will find monthly exhibits from local and internation al artists who bring and aesthetic vision of artful diversity
259 West 132nd Street
New York, NY
Wendesday- Friday 4PM-7PM
Leroy Neiman Arts Center
The LeRoy Neiman Art Center was launched by a generous gift from the renowned painter LeRoy Neiman, and on-going support from The LeRoy Neiman Foundation, corporations, individuals and other organizations. It has become an integral resource inthe Central Harlem community.
The Center includes a 2000 Square foot gallery space and rear workshop area, where quality arts experiences in daytime, after-school and Saturday programs for all ages are offered. In addition, The Center is proud to host a 29' wall dedicated exclusively to the art of LeRoy Neiman. We welcome schools and tour groups, and provide youth and the community with creative classes and exposure to the arts.
2785 Frederick Douglass Blvd
Near 148th Street
Hours of Operation:
Monday & Wednesday - 12 noon to 6pm
Tuesday & Thursday - 10am to 7:30pm
Saturday - 10am - 4pm
Closed Fridays & Sundays
The Sol Studio
Is designed as a creative studio space to engage the talent of the Harlem community, and specializes in capturing, editing, distributing, displaying, and monetizing art, photography and digital video content. Inspired by affirming legacy of James Van Der Zee, who shaped the images of a people during the Harlem Renaissance, The Sol Studio enables Harlem Renaissance 2.0 creators and storytellers to leverage broadband and social media to create and instantaneously share culturally transformative images worldwide or across town.
2073 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd.(between 123rd - 124th St.)
Harlem, New York, NY,
Cooper Hewitt Design Center
111 Central Park North
Located at 111 Central Park North in New York’s Park Heights/Harlem
neighborhood, Cooper-Hewitt Design Center is a new, 1,500-square-foot
space dedicated to events, workshops, and activities for students,
families, educators, and adults. The interior of the space is designed by American-born designer and president of L-7 Designs Inc., Todd Oldham, in collaboration with teens from the museum’s DesignPrep program.
Opening Hours Cooper-Hewitt Design Center is currently open during event and program hours only.
Getting there Cooper-Hewitt Design Center is on the Ground Floor of 111 Central
Park North on the corner of Malcolm X Boulevard (Lenox Avenue).