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New York is internationally renowned for its phenomenal art scene and has been for decades. Brooklyn is the most artistically progressive of the five boroughs, providing nearly endless galleries to choose from.
An art gallery is a short-term exhibition space that can open for a single day or several weeks, even months. A temporary gallery rental does not commit you with a long term lease and allows you to give a real taste of who you are as an artist, display unique works and designs or validate the potential of a Brooklyn neighborhood while benefiting from great flexibility.
Brooklyn is the perfect city to organize your art gallery!
Brooklyn, which draws a crowd eager for discovering new art, is full of distinctive gallery-ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: industrial workshops, old warehouses, apartments, etc. Wooden floors? Exposed brick? Chandeliers? Whether you are looking for a welcoming, comfortable or unique spaces, you are guaranteed to find on Storefront the most desirable flexible venue for the event you are organizing.
In terms of the number of galleries, four areas spring to mind as having the most choices. They are East Williamsburg, Dumbo, Bedford-Stuyvesant, and Park Slope. Brooklyn has regular art events, residencies, and museums that keep creativity pumping through this historic borough.
East Williamsburg is home to a few offbeat gallery spaces that are smaller but still draw attention. The Brooklyn Zoo is nearby, which brings tourists to the area. You'll also find several industrial warehouses, some in operation and some repurposed as gallery space.
Dumbo is right by the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge, a piece of art unto itself. It's the Brooklyn district most synonymous with galleries and prestigious art spaces. Your best bet is along Front Street from Main to Jay.
Art galleries in Brooklyn are clustered by style rather than price. In each neighborhood, you'll find expensive and less expensive spaces. It just depends on the vibe you want. Large and small gallery spaces exist in just about every Brooklyn district.
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