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The bitforms gallery is a contemporary art gallery that features mid-career artists utilizing the latest technologies in New York City. The Bitforms gallery was founded in 2001 with the idea that A world-renowned contemporary visual art gallery, bitforms is home to established artists and those on the rise.
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bitforms is a cutting edge gallery that represents established and emerging artists with new technologies in their work. It’s no surprise that technology is recognized an important niche in the market at large. Nowadays we are used seeing images projected onto tablets during live performances but not that long ago this was unheard of.
Bitforms specializes in video, new media art forms, and digital art. The gallery has shown work by artists who have their collections in places such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; the Smithsonian American Art Museum, D.C.; Center for Art and Media (ZKM), Karlsruhe; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; and many more international museums!
The gallery is open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm. Admission is free and masks are required. If you are from New York, or are visiting, you don’t want to miss out on visiting the bitforms gallery.
With the admission being free, it’s the perfect activity to do on a budget.
Current Exhibit at bitforms gallery
“Storms” is a suite of new video works by the artist Quayola. He was born in Rome / Italy and lives and works from London, now. It is his third solo exhibition at bitforms gallery.
- "Delusions of a Time-Traveling Cactus" - by Alexander Reben (September 6–Oct 28, 2023)
Click here to view all of the past and upcoming exhibitions.
Where is the bitforms gallery located?
bitforms gallery is located in the Lower East Side of New York, just one block from Bowery. The address is 131 Allen Street (between Rivington and Delancey Streets).
What can you do after visiting the bitforms gallery?
If you want to visit more art galleries, I recommend the Krause Gallery, the Front Room Gallery or James Fuentes LLC. If photography interests you, you should visit the International Center of Photography Museum. I also love the Tenement Museum, which shows you what life was like for immigrants in NYC around 1860. All spots are less than a 10 minute walk away.
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