LIC Gallery Tour

There is more to NYC’s art scene than big museums and small, expensive galleries in Lower Manhattan. Come and see where artists really live and work just across the East River. In Long Island City, you can visit artists and interact with them directly. Talk with gallerists that are welcoming and engaging. Understand how you can be an art collector within an affordable budget.

Our LIC Gallery tour will take travelers on a real adventure through old scruffy buildings and re-purposed manufacturing sites where art is being exhibited and made. End your tour on Vernon Boulevard, LIC’s main drag where you can browse new boutiques, shop or enjoy a meal in any number of LIC’s great restaurants.

Highlights

  • See experimental and provocative contemporary sculptures, photography and paintings
  • Understand new Asian contemporary artwork
  • View mixed-media installations in artist-run galleries
  • Visit a ceramics studio that offers year round wheel throwing, handbuilding and glazing workshops
  • Enjoy a professional guide with an experienced curator

Departure Point: P.S.1 Museum

Departure Time: 12:00 p.m.

Return Details: Concludes two hours after departure

Look forward to seeing these LIC Galleries:

M55 Art began in 1969 as 55 Mercer Gallery in Soho, and moved to its current location in newly renovated galleries on the ground level of the Long Island City Art Center. It is an artist-initiated not-for-profit gallery dedicated to bringing contemporary art exhibitions to the public.

Dorsky Gallery and Curatorial Center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting contemporary visual arts to a broad public audience through independently-curated exhibitions, publications, curator talks and symposia.

Founded in 2009, Space Womb is a contemporary art gallery that exhibits abstract works from emerging and established Asian artists from around the world.

Please email westharlemartfund12@gmail.com for a private art tour.

Group sales tickets are available on www.viator.com under New York Neighborhood Contemporary Art Tour.

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