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By Eden Gallery,
Posted Dec 24, 2017 ,
In Art Blog
You don’t have to go to a museum to see New York City’s most celebrated and exclusive artworks. NYC galleries has some of the most impressive Contemporary galleries in the world, giving gallery-goers just a glimpse into the city’s vibrant, intricate, and diverse art scene. Home to some of the world’s most celebrated art schools, museums, and architecture, New York City boasts internationally acclaimed creative writers, designers, inventors, and thinkers, all of whom are always looking for the next big thing. Gallery-hopping has long been an NYC art-lovers best kept secret, but not anymore. Join locals and unearth the best way to discover upcoming artists among old favorites–without the museum fee. You’re biggest predicament will be how you’ll hit them all in one Thursday night. Don’t worry. We’ve whittled the list down to some of NYC’s must-sees. Check them out!
One of the world’s most diverse collections of Contemporary Art, Eden Fine Art should be first on your list to visit. Founded by Cathia Klimovsky, Eden promotes a consistent artistic direction by curating a contemporary expression that conveys an optimistic and colorful view on life. But that’s not all. Their collections include some of the most innovative and boundary-breaking international art for sale. Their staff is welcoming and knowledgeable and their New York galleries are gigantic, making every visit a pleasant one. Take a walk through their expansive 10,000 square ft. bi-level gallery on Madison, or explore their 250,000 square ft., four-floor gallery in the heart of SoHo and experience a one-of-a-kind lineup of artists, ranging from New Pointillism pioneer Gavin Rain to Pop Art favorite, David Kracov all the way to celebrity street and graffiti artist Alec Monopoly. Don’t miss their newest talents, including Angelo Accardi. This gallery is so full of fantastic art, you might even leave with a new piece for your home.
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