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Chashama Studios/Gallery Harlem
461 West 126th Street
212-391-8151

From the website:

“Chashama was founded in 1995 by Anita Durst to celebrate the legacy of theatre visionary Reza Abdoh. Chashama’s initial focus was on the production and presentation of new theatre. Recognizing that a lack of affordable space was the biggest threat to sustaining a diverse cultural environment in New York City, we began to work toward securing studio and presentation space in Midtown Manhattan for struggling artists by partnering with Property Owners that provide unused space to Chashama. In the first decade, we secured seven locations on 42nd street between 6th and Broadway, presenting over 700 shows.

Since then, we’ve moved from midtown Manhattan to the 5 boroughs and beyond, giving artists work and presentation spaces, as well as providing free art workshops in under served communities. Currently, we present 150 events a year, have workspace for 120 artists, and have developed 80 workshops in under served communities.”

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Essie Green Galleries
419A Convent Ave
New York, NY
212 368 9635

Founded in 1979 in Brooklyn, now located in historic Sugar Hill, this gallery specializes in the works of the Black master artists, celebrating a roster of some of the most heralded artists of our time including Romare Bearden, Charles Alston, Lois Mailou Jones and Sam Gilliam.

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Gadson Gallery
225 W 134th St
New York, NY
212 694 0262
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Hamilton Landmark Galleries
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467 W 144th St
New York, NY
212 281 7667

Carrying the best in contemporary art since its inception in 1997, this institution has presented more than 70 painters, sculptors, ceramists, photographers and other artists from the Americas, Asia, the Caribbean and Europe.

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Harlem Arts Alliance
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229 W 135th St
New York, NY
347 735 4280
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Heath Gallery
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24 W 120th St
New York, NY
212 427 0057
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La Maison d’Art
259 W 132nd St
New York, 10027
718 593 4108
Website

La Maison d’Art is the stylish and artistic place to be in New York. Located in Harlem, La Maison d’Art offers the astute visitor a unique experience; from the moment you enter the downstairs gallery you will be immersed in an authentic New York moment. Original, provocative paintings and sculptures created by rising local and international artists adorn all walls and rooms. All rooms and apartments are newly finished, distinctively designed and detailed. Unwind downstairs on the backyard patio, a spacious lounging area on the gallery level. La Maison d’Art, a contemporary home for the artful traveler.

La Maison d’Art Gallery, located on the ground floor, gives you the opportunity to experience art in an intimate, relaxed and personal environment. You will find monthly exhibits from local and international artists, who bring an esthetic vision of artful diversity. The balance of talent and combination of styles, makes La Maison d’Art Gallery the place to fall in love with art.

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Manna House Workshops
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338 E 106th St
New York, NY
212 722 8223
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Renaissance Fine Arts (RFA)
2075 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd
New York, NY
212 866 1660
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Rio II Gallery
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583 Riverside Dr, 7th Flr
New York, NY
212 568 2030

This space located in the penthouse of The Rio apartments, with spectacular river views, showcases the work of emerging African-American and Latino artists. Also presents performances by musicians, poets, writers and dancers.  

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