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Aicon Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
Aicon Gallery has long been the definitive outlet for Indian art in the United States. Located in the NOHO Neighborhood.

Alex Beard Studio (Downtown Manhattan)
The Kid friendly SOHO Alex Beard Studio brings art to the public in as direct a way as possible. Get to know the artist, and see how and why he makes what he does.

American Primitive Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
Aarne Anton the SOHO Gallery owner has been a passionate collector and dealer in American folk art for over 25 years. With one foot in the 19th century and the other in the 20th century he has brought an inquisitive eye to discovering works of art from past traditions as well as one of a kind pieces.

Brenda Taylor Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
Focusing on large scale works by both emerging and established artists, the gallery schedules exhibitions year round while remaining an active participant in art fairs worldwide. Brenda’s exhibitions have been reviewed by publications such as Art Forum, Art in America, and Vogue Magazine.

Cheryl Hazen Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
The gallery is particularly welcoming and assists their clients in their choice of work. Located in Tribeca, it has become a trail blazer for abstract art in an area which boasts large loft work and living spaces.

Ethan Cohen Fine Arts (Downtown Manhattan)
Ethan Cohen Fine Arts was established in 1987 as the first gallery in the United States to specialize in Chinese Contemporary art. Located in TriBeca

Jenkins-Johnson Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
Jenkins Johnson Gallery is dedicated to the progression of representation in contemporary art.

Margarete Roeder Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
This SOHO gallery exhibits work by contemporary American and European artists in all media, with a particular emphasis on paper and prints.

Nancy Hoffman Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
Opened in 1972, among the first handful of galleries to open in SoHo.

Susan Teller Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
The focus of this SOHO gallery is American paintings, prints, and unique works on paper, of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including the WPA Era, Urban and Industrial Realism, and Modernism.

Terrain Gallery (Downtown Manhattan)
Terrain Gallery in SOHO has flourished for over 50 years.

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