Foley Gallery in NYC
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The Foley Gallery, located in New York City, is home to a wide variety of photography, drawing, cut paper, and paintings from some of the world’s most renowned artists.
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The gallery features both temporary and permanent exhibitions, as well as a range of public programs that are designed to engage and educate visitors of all ages. One such program is called The Photo Community. It is designed to help professional artists develop their skills in photography, and learn how to integrate them with other forms of art.
The Foley Gallery was opened in 2004 by Michael Foley. Since its inception, the gallery has become a space where artists and the community can come together to explore a broad range of aesthetic issues. Please keep in mind: The gallery is open by appointment only, and is closed on Monday and Tuesday.
Exhibitions at Foley Gallery
- "Land(e)scape" by Elizabeth Chiles, Amy Casey, Véronique La Perrière M (April 1 - 30, 2023)
Some past exhibitions include:
- The Exhibition Lab Exhibition (2022), Group Exhibition
- I Just Keep Painting by Szilard Huszank (2022)
- The Forgotten by Rosalind Fox Solomon (2021)
- Sacred Dust, Photographs by Henry Leutwyler (2021)
You can find more past exhibitions here.
If photography is one of your favorite mediums, the the Foley Gallery is a must see!
Where is the Foley Gallery located?
Foley Gallery is located in the south end of the Lower East Side, just one block from Chinatown. The address is 59 Orchard Street (between Hester and Grand Streets).
What can you do after visiting the Foley Gallery?
If you want to visit more art galleries, I recommend the Marc Straus Gallery, the Front Room Gallery or the Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. 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 5 minute walk away.
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