Williamsburg Gallery Tours

Beginning on Bedford Avenue, stroll through one of the hippest communities in Brooklyn. Williamsburg has a lot of attitude, cool and independence. One sees it with its mix of great cafes, restaurants and shops with wonderful galleries showing forward thinking art.
It started as a village within the Town of Bushwick, now a neighboring community. The population was heavily German but many Jewish New Yorkers from the Lower East Side came to area after the Williamsburg Bridge was built. Now, Williamsburg is home to many ethnic enclaves including Hasidic Jews, Italians, Puerto Ricans and Dominicans. It’s also an influential hub for indie rock and hipster culture.
  • View large installations
  • Browse through architectural and design showrooms
  • Visit electic shops including a winery that makes Brooklyn very hot & unique 
  •  Enjoy a professional guide with an experienced curator
Departure Point: Bedford Avenue and N. 7th Street. “L” train from Manhattan to Bedford Avenue (1st stop in Brooklyn)
Departure Time: 12:00 p.m.
Return Details: Concludes two hours after departure
Look forward to see these galleries
Figureworks was established 10 years and is dedicated to fine art of human form. Contemporary and 20th century artists are represented in many styles and mediums, including collage, pencil, pastel, oil, ink, sculpture and glass. Subjects include life studies, nudes, portraits and adornments.
Causey Contemporary
Causey Contemporary cultivates and represents contemporary artists from emergence through their maturity. They are dedicated to helping collectors understand and enjoy artworks within historical, cultural and social contexts.
Pierogi was founded in the early 90’s – a pioneering artist-led space in the first wave of galleries to develop a way of showing young artists that has since become ubiquitous. They feature the work of emerging and mid-career artists in an eclectic range of media.

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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