Karma Gallery in the East Village

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Karma’s program is tied to two major factors: a new generation of artists who consistently push the envelope and the boundaries of traditional mediums, such as Nicolas Party and Alex da Corte, as well as an older generation of artists, such as Robert Duran and Paul Mogensen, who have been relatively undervalued for the majority of their careers. 

Because of this, Karma has a strong, cohesive program with a clear point of view – a valuable asset in the art world (188 E 2nd Street).

Current and upcoming exhibits

  • Nathaniel Oliver: My Journey Was Long So Yours Could Be Shorter (January 5–March 2, 2024 | 188 East 2nd Street)
  • Robert Grosvenor (January 6–March 2, 2024 | 22 East 2nd Street)
  • Paul Lee: New Sculptures (February 9–April 27, 2024 | 172 East 2nd Street)
  • Calvin Marcus: Give Up the Ghost (March 8–April 27, 2024 | 22 East 2nd Street)
  • Luigi Zuccheri (March 8–April 27, 2024 | 188 East 2nd Street)

Impressions of the Karma Gallery in the East Village

What can you do after your visit?

The East Village is known for its variety of good bars and restaurants where you can end your day. Two real highlights are Bar Primi and the cloudM New Bowery rooftop, just steps from the Karma Gallery. My favorite bar Fools Gold NYC is just two blocks away – or you can visit the New Museum or The Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, New York’s only cathedral.

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