Pomegranate Gallery

Gallery in The Soho area

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Pomegranate Gallery was established by the modernist sculptor, Oded Halahmy, a thirty-five-year resident of SoHo. Halahmy — whose large abstract sculptures are in numerous museums including the Guggenheim, the Hirschhorn, and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem — felt compelled to open a gallery that would introduce Americans to the serious artistic initiatives from the Middle East. He observes that Americans are not only becoming increasingly international in their art collecting, but hopes that his gallery focusing on works from his native Iraq will the serve as a cultural ambassador to awaken American consciousness of Baghdad’s leading role in fine arts from the Arab world.

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Permanent Artists/Collection

Dia Al-Azzawi, Hayder Ali, Mohammed Al-Shammarey, Amal Alwan, Amar Dawod, Ghassan Ghayeb, Oded Halahmy, Ismail Khayat, Hana Mal-Allah, Hassan Massoudy, Farah Nosh, Esam Pasha, Naziha Rashid, Qasim Sabti, Delair S. Shaker, Nazar Yahya

Opening hours

From 11:30 to 17:30
Closed on Mondays, Sundays
Note:July and August by appointment only.




Address: 133 Greene St., New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-260-4014

Between Prince and Houston St. Subway: B/D/F/V to Broadway Lafayette or R/W to Prince Street

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