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Broadway Gallery

Broadway Gallery is an open space for experimentation founded on the collaboration between artists, curators and writers, providing an ever-evolving dialogue on the contemporary art world.

New York City

United States
Address:
Broadway Gallery 473 Broadway, 7th Floor tel. 212-274-8993 info@broadwaygallerynyc.com
Phone: 212 2748993
Website: www.broadwaygallerynyc.com


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Artists Represented

http://katiestclair.com/
http://www.parsleysteinweiss.com
http://sarawight.com/
http://marthaclippinger.blogspot.com/
http://www.jordantate.com/
http://sarahgsharp.net


Current Exhibitions

The Best of New York part 2
September 17 to 30 2009,

Opening reception on September 17, from 6 to 8pm.

Featuring artists

Nao Bustamante, John A Cooper, Michael J. Dvorkin, Carrie Hornbeck, Tim Hutchings, Ryoichi Maeda, Conor McGrady, Kevin Noble, Stefano Pasquini, Viktor Popovic, Paul Rebhan, Maria Samuelson, and Dario Solman.



Forthcoming Exhibitions

A Group Show Curated by Basak Malone and Sara Wight
October 1-15, 2009
Opening reception Thursday October 1st 6-8pm
Featuring Sarah Sharpe, Katie St Claire, Parsley Steinweiss, Sara Wight, Martha Clippinger and Jordan Tate
Derived, Borrowed, and Stolen brings together artists whose work addresses the nature of originality and its complicated relationship with the visual arts. The central theme and title is inspired by the well-known quote, “talent borrows, genius steals,” which is said by some to have come from none other than Picasso (rumor has it that it might also have been Morrissey’s, of the rock band Smiths, or even Oscar Wilde’s). The uncertainty surrounding the origins of the quote is ironically apt. Linked by this common thread, the works in this show raise questions about what constitutes creativity in today’s world, one in which the Internet has rendered copying and plagiarizing in the visual arts easier and more socially acceptable. Over a plethora of visual styles, these innovative artists find new ways to pay homage to their artistic inspirations while producing wildly inventive pieces. The viewer sifts... [ Read all ]


Art Fairs

European Outsider Art Fair, Venice Biennale NY Arts Pavilion


Submission Policy

Only by mail


Press Releases

http://www.e-worldartmedia.com


Press Links


NY Arts Magazine
Art Fairs International
Art Fairs Newspaper
Beijing Arts Space
Art Fairs Newspaper
Venice Biennial Project
Artist Catalogues
NY Arts Beijing


Location And Getting There

Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway, 7th Floor
tel. 212-274-8993
info@broadwaygallerynyc.com


Contact-Directors/Staff

Liz Taurisani


Opening Times

10am -6 pm.