An opening reception will be held in the space on October 5, 2018 from 5pm-8pm.
"In/Visible: Portraits of Farmers and Spice Porters of India," a series of portraits of Indian women farmers and men working as spice porters, will be on display this summer for 24-hour public viewing from June 7 - September 7, 2018 at NYU's Kimmel Windows Galleries at the corner of LaGuardia Place and West 3rd Street.
Exhibition Seeks to Inspire Individual and Social Change Through Poetry and Street Activism
Forty-one artists from around the globe return to their alma mater for NYU Kimmel Galleries’ first annual all alumni artist exhibition Convergence 2017.
The exhibition brings together compelling archival photo and film material shot 35 years ago in the fishing village of Aby in Ivory Coast, West Africa. The greeting “Amanié” (meaning “what’s new?” in Agni, the language spoken in Aby) can also include the sharing of nightly dreams.
The exhibition is free and open to the public and can be viewed simply by walking past the vitrines located on LaGuardia Place and West 3rd Street.
Lost Streets is part of citywide efforts from a range of people, organizations, and neighborhoods to use the collective activist histories as inspiration for ongoing struggles for housing justice. Lost Streets will remain on display 24-hours a day through June 22, 2017.
New York University’s Kimmel Galleries | Stovall is pleased to host “Unnatural Election: Artists Respond to the 2016 US Presidential Election” curated by Washington Heights artist Andrea Arroyo.
“Playtime” A collection of thirteen larger-than-life paintings evoking childhood memories of toys and candy–just in time for the holidays! —street level, Kimmel Center for University Life
New York University’s Kimmel Galleries is pleased to present “ART CART: HONORING THE LEGACY,” in partnership with The Research Center for Arts and Culture (RCAC) at The Actors Fund, which presents the work of 10 New York City-based artists who have participated in an innovative, multi-disciplinary program to assist aging artists in documenting their works, by pairing them with student fellows from New York University, Columbia, Rutgers, and Hunter College.