Gallery in The Lower East Side area

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1) a street-side and online retail project by Black Sheep & Prodigal Sons.
2) an instrument used to block the view of a bright celestial object allowing the careful observation of a fainter one.
1) hide (vt), 3) darken (vt), 4) hidden (pass.), 5) darkened (pass.) -- (pronounce)

Inspired by a pantheon of fringe thinkers and risk-takers under the influence of the celestial spheres, OCCULTER seeks to fan the spark of one basic human necessity: a personal sense of wonder.

OCCULTER is located at the center of New York’s burgeoning Lower East Side shopping and restaurant neighborhood (83 1/2 Orchard Street, 10002). Literally attached to the popular Vietnamese eatery An Choi, it's minimalist interior was designed in collaboration with Brooklyn's HB Collaborative.

OCCULTER houses selected works from the Black Sheep & Prodigal Sons archive as well as pieces designed exclusively for the shop. The location will also host the unveiling of new collections and debut collaborations with other eclectic New York talents. To enhance the experience, patrons may take part in the designers’ inspiration via a curated selection of printed matter (exclusive NYC retailer of Ouroboros Press) and audio selections from labels the likes of Type, Taiga, Important and Sibling Sex Records (all for sale).

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

Opening hours

From 12:00 to 19:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays




Address: 83 1/2 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002
Phone: 917-769-2220

Between Grand and Broome Sts. Subway: J/M/Z/F to Delancey street

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