Michael Ingbar Gallery

Gallery in The Soho area

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The Michael Ingbar Gallery began in 1986 and focused on showing and representing primarily abstract, non-representational work. A transition came about ten years later that shifted the intent of the gallery to show work depicting imagery solely of New York City. Since this transformation in 1992, they have shown and represented many artists including painters, sculptors, photographers and printmakers.
It is our goal as a gallery to explore architecture from an artistic standpoint, focusing on its value as a creative expression. their efforts have primarily been aimed at heightening public awareness and appreciation for the rich architectural heritage of New York City, as well as the value of its historical preservation.

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No shopNo parkingNo restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Permanent Artists/Collection

Jackie Battenfield , Christopher Burkett, Esteban Chavez, Beatrice Findlay, Lisbeth Firmin, Helen Frank, Richard Haas, Daniel Hauben, Su-li Hung, James Iska, Lawrence Kelsey, Hugh Kepets, Builder Levy, Toni Lordi, Xanda McCagg, Roxie Munro, Derek Reist, Phyllis Seltzer, Assunta Sera, Richard Sloat, Judy Somerville, Catherine Steinmann, James Sundquist, Benjamin Swett, Judith Turner, Robert Vizzini, Teun Voeten, Harry Wilks, Alice Zinnes

Opening hours

From 12:00 to 18:00
Closed on Mondays, Sundays
Note:Open Monday through Friday 12-6pm in June, July, August

Fee

Free

Access

Address: 568 Broadway, Basement, New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-334-1100

Corner of Prince Street Subway: R/W to Prince Street

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