New York's Hottest, Newest Art District


Dubbed “New York’s Hottest New Gallery District” by the New York Times, Tribeca has quickly emerged as the new center of gravity for the city’s emerging and established artists via a host of newly launched galleries. Art aficionados at The Woolworth Tower Residences can discover new works and check out favorite artists or cutting-edge shows in some of the most innovative gallery spaces in the city. The changing repertoire of shows and exhibitions each month means a constant stream of inspiration for residents, all within a few blocks of the Woolworth Building condos.

The recently opened Tribeca outpost of The Hole NYC, helmed by Kathy Grayson, focuses on emerging art. This Walker Street gallery is the second NYC gallery from Grayson and features more intimate rooms that allow visitors a more direct space to experience the work. Further along Walker Street is LOMEX—named after the defeated proposal from the 1960s for a Lower Manhattan Expressway that would have bulldozed most of Downtown and its artist communities. LOMEX had its first show in March 2021, featuring the works of painter Andrea Fourchy, and continues to showcase emerging artists. Another must-visit gallery in the neighborhood is Theta on Franklin Street, which has displayed sculptor and multimedia artist Violet Dennison’s Freak Like Me and the first solo exhibition of multimedia artist David L. Johnson. A visit to each of these fresh new galleries can inspire residents to bring the rich culture and ingenuity of the neighborhood back home to the Woolworth Tower Residences.

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