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Join us this Friday, June 14, from 6-9 pm for to celebrate Autonomy, a group exhibition exploring the intersection of bo...
06/12/2024

Join us this Friday, June 14, from 6-9 pm for to celebrate Autonomy, a group exhibition exploring the intersection of bodily autonomy, reproductive rights, and q***r rights. Through a diverse range of mediums and perspectives, the featured artists confront and challenge conventional narratives surrounding sexuality, gender, and reproductive rights, advocating for a more expansive and fluid approach to agency and choice. On view through June 30 at our East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

Exhibiting Artists:
Ayanna Dozier ()
Christl Stringer (|stringer)
Emma Kanne ()
Lydia Nobles ()
K Sarrantonio
Sharon Steven (,)
Thank God for Abortion (, )

The Paintings from the Secret Place by Lucas Lovejoy () is on view at All Street Gallery’s Chinatown location (119 Heste...
06/10/2024

The Paintings from the Secret Place by Lucas Lovejoy () is on view at All Street Gallery’s Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002) through this Friday, June 14.

All Street Gallery is excited to present Autonomy, a group exhibition exploring the intersection of bodily autonomy, q**...
06/08/2024

All Street Gallery is excited to present Autonomy, a group exhibition exploring the intersection of bodily autonomy, q***r rights, and reproductive rights. The exhibition is on view from June 8 - 30 at our East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

The gallery opens tonight, with a preview of the exhibition from 6-8 pm.

Join us next Friday, June 14, from 6-9 pm for a celebratory reception.

Exhibiting Artists:
Ayanna Dozier ()
Christl Stringer ()
Lydia Nobles ()
K Sarrantonio
Sharon Steven (, )
Thank God for Abortion (, )

Image: Ayanna Dozier, I Took Your F**k Personally, 2023. Microscope Gallery ().

Thank you to Maya Pontone () for writing such a beautiful review of Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice for , refl...
05/31/2024

Thank you to Maya Pontone () for writing such a beautiful review of Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice for , reflecting on the visual language of sanitation, the nuances of waste management, and city infrastructure.

The exhibition is open through tomorrow, June 1, and we invite you to join us for closing events that day:

5:00 pm - Screening of Slinko’s “The Grind” and an excerpt of “Touch Sanitation: Sanman Speaks” by Mierle Ukeles.

5:30 pm - Discussion with artists Lily Cox-Richard, Jade Doskow, and sTo Len, in conversation with former NYC Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs Tom Finkelpearl (), moderated by lead curator Gabriela D’Addario.

7:00 pm - Closing Reception

RSVP at the link in bio.

Exhibiting Artists:
Lily Cox-Richard ()
Jade Doskow ()
Brian Hutsebout
Kimberly Lakin ()
sTo Len ()
Hilary Pfeifer ()
Francesca Pfister ()
Slinko ()
Mike Suri ()
Mierle Laderman Ukeles ()

Curatorial Team:
Gabriela D’Addario ()
Eden Chinn (.st.nyc)

Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice has been extended through June 1 and we have added closing events for our fina...
05/27/2024

Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice has been extended through June 1 and we have added closing events for our final day of the exhibition! Join us this Saturday at All Street Gallery’s Chinatown location (119 Hester Street) for the following events:

5:00 pm: Screenings of The Grind by Slinko and an excerpt of Touch Sanitation by Mierle Ukeles.

5:30 pm: Artist Talks with Lily Cox-Richard, Jade Doskow, Slinko, and sTo Len, in conversation with the former Commissioner of Cultural Affairs for the city of New York, Tom Finkelpearl (), moderated by co-curator Gabriela D’Addario.

7 - 9 pm: Closing Reception

Exhibiting Artists:
Lily Cox-Richard ()
Jade Doskow ()
Brian Hutsebout
Kimberly Lakin ()
sTo Len ()
Hilary Pfeifer ()
Francesca Pfister ()
Slinko ()
Mike Suri ()
Mierle Laderman Ukeles ()

Curators:
Gabriela D’Addario ()
Eden Chinn (.st.nyc)

We are thrilled to be included in  “What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in May,” written by Travis Diehl. We are also excite...
05/24/2024

We are thrilled to be included in “What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in May,” written by Travis Diehl.

We are also excited to share that we will be extending the exhibition through June 1, including Memorial Day! We will be announcing more about a closing celebration soon. To visit the exhibition, come to our Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002) from 1-7pm every day.

Exhibiting Artists:
Lily Cox-Richard ()
Jade Doskow ()
Brian Hutsebout
Kimberly Lakin ()
sTo Len ()
Hilary Pfeifer ()
Francesca Pfister ()
Slinko ()
Mike Suri ()
Mierle Laderman Ukeles ()

Curators:
Gabriela D’Addario ()
Eden Chinn (.st.nyc)

Article by:
Travis Diehl ()

Image: Lily Cox-Richard, Old Copper Futures: 951lbs. of #2 scrap copper from Revolution Recovery, New Castle, DE, 2011. Originally commissioned by Artpace San Antonio (), and made in collaboration with RAIR ().

Join us tonight at 7pm for the opening reception of Tapestry: Collective Liberation and Solidarity, curated by Syeda Tab...
05/21/2024

Join us tonight at 7pm for the opening reception of Tapestry: Collective Liberation and Solidarity, curated by Syeda Tabassum (). On view at All Street Gallery’s East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003) through May 25, Tapestry features the works of international artists who center textiles, embroidery, and clothing to convey resistance movements, untold histories, and explorations of gender.

RSVP for the reception at bit.ly/tapestryopening

Exhibiting Artists:












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Last week to see INHALE THE EXHAUST, on view through May 16 at our East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York...
05/10/2024

Last week to see INHALE THE EXHAUST, on view through May 16 at our East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

Exhibiting Artists:
Jennifer Saftler ()
Jodie Niss ()
Katrina Slavik ()
Kiki Joyce ()
K Sarrantonio
Larry Dobens ()
Liz Johnson ()
Stephanie Tager ()
Vickie Byron ()
Xan Padron ()
Young Grace Cho ()

Curatorial Team:
Spencer Katz (.katz)
Ciaran Short (.st.nyc)

Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice, on view at 119 Hester Street through May 30, 2024. Exhibiting Artists:Lily Co...
05/08/2024

Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice, on view at 119 Hester Street through May 30, 2024.

Exhibiting Artists:
Lily Cox-Richard ()
Jade Doskow ()
Brian Hutsebout
Kimberly Lakin ()
sTo Len ()
Hilary Pfeifer ()
Francesca Pfister ()
Slinko ()
Mike Suri ()
Mierle Laderman Ukeles ()

Curatorial Team:
Gabriela D’Addario ()
Eden Chinn (.st.nyc)

Thank you for coming to last night’s opening reception for Art at Work: Sanitation and Social Practice. The exhibition i...
05/05/2024

Thank you for coming to last night’s opening reception for Art at Work: Sanitation and Social Practice. The exhibition is on view through May 30, 2024, at All Street Gallery’s Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002).

Exhibiting Artists:
Lily Cox-Richard ()
Jade Doskow ()
Brian Hutsebout
Kimberly Lakin ()
sTo Len ()
Hilary Pfeifer ()
Francesca Pfister ()
Slinko ()
Mike Suri ()
Mierle Laderman Ukeles ()

Tonight from 6-9pm, join us for the opening reception of Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice at All Street Gallery...
05/04/2024

Tonight from 6-9pm, join us for the opening reception of Art at Work: Sanitation & Social Practice at All Street Gallery’s Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002). The exhibition is open through May 30, 2024.

Exhibiting Artists:
Lily Cox-Richard ()
Jade Doskow ()
Brian Hutsebout
Kimberly Lakin ()
sTo Len ()
Hilary Pfeifer ()
Francesca Pfister ()
Slinko ()
Mike Suri ()
Mierle Laderman Ukeles ()

Image: Jade Doskow, New Roads and Stormwater Structure, West Mound, 2021.

All Street Community Dinner No. 4. 📸 Natan Oster ()👨‍🍳 Cooked by Renzo () & Joe
05/01/2024

All Street Community Dinner No. 4.

📸 Natan Oster ()

👨‍🍳 Cooked by Renzo () & Joe

Join us for the opening reception of Art at Work: Sanitation and Social Practice this Saturday, May 4, from 6-9pm at All...
04/30/2024

Join us for the opening reception of Art at Work: Sanitation and Social Practice this Saturday, May 4, from 6-9pm at All Street Gallery’s Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002). Art at Work is a group exhibition celebrating public sanitation art. The show brings together for the first time works made by artists-in-residence at municipal sanitation departments and waste facilities in four different U.S. cities: New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Portland, OR. Art at Work will be on view from May 4 - May 30, 2024.

Exhibiting Artists:
Lily Cox-Richard ()
Jade Doskow ()
Brian Hutsebout
Kimberly Lakin ()
sTo Len ()
Hilary Pfeifer ()
Francesca Pfister ()
Slinko ()
Mike Suri ()
Mierle Laderman Ukeles ()

INHALE THE EXHAUST, a group exhibition of New York based artists, will take place at All Street Gallery (77 East Third S...
04/09/2024

INHALE THE EXHAUST, a group exhibition of New York based artists, will take place at All Street Gallery (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003) from April 18 - May 16, 2024. The show features works spanning oil painting, textiles, photography, and found object sculpture. The exhibiting artists explore New York’s “lived in” moments, examining the city from within, honoring the seconds of pause and chance encounters that define New York City.

Join us for the opening reception on April 18, 6 - 9 pm.

Exhibiting Artists:
Jennifer Saftler ()
Jodie Niss ()
Katrina Slavik ()
Kiki Joyce ()
K Sarrantonio
Larry Dobens ()
Liz Johnson ()
Stephanie Tager ()
Vickie Byron ()
Xan Padron ()
Young Grace Cho ()

Curatorial Team:
Spencer Katz (.katz)
Ciaran Short (.st.nyc)

“Come into our kitchen, and eat our food; this is (not) an invitation. The Kitchen Project presents the second iteration...
04/05/2024

“Come into our kitchen, and eat our food; this is (not) an invitation. The Kitchen Project presents the second iteration of You are (not) Invited, featuring works that center diasporic femme Asian stories on care, labor, and maternal figures in the kitchen. What are novel and known ways of taking care of each other? You are (not) Invited II showcases an entanglement of consuming labor, love, and affinity.”

The exhibition is on view through next Wednesday, April 10, at All Street’s Chinatown gallery (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002).

Join us for the workshop “Anatomy of a FANTUAN” tomorrow, Saturday, April 6, from 1-3 pm. Click the link in our bio to RSVP.

The exhibition features works of The Kitchen Project, Anooj Bhandari, Maureen Catbagan, Jade Doumani, Fei Ewald, Toby Kim, Janine Lai, Chan Lin, Siobhan McBride, Tiffany Pham, Khôi Nguyên Trinh, Michy Woodward, Annika Wong, Siyan Wong, and Lydia Zhou.

The Kitchen Project is currently funded by the Brown Institute of Media Innovation.

For April’s /virtu-all exhibition, the “truth where did you i we go” by Samuel Eisen-Meyers () is on view on All Street’...
04/04/2024

For April’s /virtu-all exhibition, the “truth where did you i we go” by Samuel Eisen-Meyers () is on view on All Street’s website. Click the link in our bio to visit the viewing room, or go to allstnyc.com/virtu-all-current

“truth where did you i we go” is an exploration and collage of sound frequencies and visual imagery from NYC, investigating emotional spaces, cyclical patterns, and colors experienced during a walk through the city. It combines actual city sounds sirens, concerts, subway stations, car horns, air conditioning units, and bodega chains—with visual cues from original moments captured on 16mm film, including paint overlays etched into film. These elements are inspired by brief pauses, breaths, spontaneous moments, and chance encounters, remixing them to reflect one perspective on the emotional undertones amidst what some would call ‘chaos.’

All Street Community Dinner No. 3. Thank you for coming!📸 Natan Oster ()👨‍🍳 Cooked by Renzo () & Joe🥗 Ingredients suppli...
03/28/2024

All Street Community Dinner No. 3.
Thank you for coming!

📸 Natan Oster ()

👨‍🍳 Cooked by Renzo () & Joe

🥗 Ingredients supplied by

WHERE I LAY by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblum-Laudi () is on view at 77 East Third Street through April 14.
03/27/2024

WHERE I LAY by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblum-Laudi () is on view at 77 East Third Street through April 14.

Thank you so much to everyone who came to last night’s opening reception of WHERE I LAY by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya ...
03/17/2024

Thank you so much to everyone who came to last night’s opening reception of WHERE I LAY by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblum-Lauri (). The exhibition is on view through April 14 at All Street’s East Village gallery (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

Tonight, from 7-9 pm, join us for the opening reception of WHERE I LAY by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblum-Laudi ()...
03/16/2024

Tonight, from 7-9 pm, join us for the opening reception of WHERE I LAY by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblum-Laudi () at 77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003.

The exhibition is on view through April 14.

All Street Gallery is pleased to present WHERE I LAY - an exhibition of artworks by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblu...
03/10/2024

All Street Gallery is pleased to present WHERE I LAY - an exhibition of artworks by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblum-Laudi (). Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, March 16, from 7 - 9 pm at our East Village gallery (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

On view from March 16 - April 14, 2024, the show features works spanning textiles, text embroidery, photography, found object sculpture, and woodworking. Both artists use craft as a means to explore interiority, understood both as domestic spaces and inner lives.

Curated by Eden Chinn (.st.nyc) with curatorial assistance from Ali Dougal (), Shuang Cai ), and Eva Reese ().

All Street Gallery is pleased to present WHERE I LAY – an exhibition of artworks by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblu...
03/10/2024

All Street Gallery is pleased to present WHERE I LAY – an exhibition of artworks by Sylvie Harris () and Natalya Kornblum-Laudi (). Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, March 16, from 7 - 9 pm at our East Village gallery (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

On view from March 16 - April 14, 2024, the show features works spanning textiles, text embroidery, photography, found object sculpture, and woodworking. Both artists use craft as a means to explore interiority, understood both as domestic spaces and inner lives.

Curated by Eden Chinn (.st.nyc) with curatorial assistance from Ali Dougal (), Shuang Cai (), and Eva Reese ().

For the month of March, Kenji Kojima’s () BITWISE SPLITTING AND MERGING OF PIXELS is on view in /virtu.all, All Street’s...
03/07/2024

For the month of March, Kenji Kojima’s () BITWISE SPLITTING AND MERGING OF PIXELS is on view in /virtu.all, All Street’s online exhibition space. To view the exhibition, click the link in our bio or visit allstnyc.com/virtu-all-current

About the exhibition:
“The ability to make countless genuine copies is the most significant advantage of digital art. This artwork video can be shared freely. The project is about manipulating the colors of binary. All forms of media today are represented in binary. The artist thought about possibly exchanging or transforming their data into alternative formats. When we represent these media in digital works, we inevitably return to the realm of binaries. The artwork was inspired by Georges Seurat, who sought to engage the viewer’s eye by optically blending colors rather than
physically mixing them. The algorithm uses bitwise XOR with random numbers and splits the original image into two mosaics using encryption.”

Thank you so much for attending the opening reception of PAPER CUTS by Imani Guy Duckette (.guy.d). “Paper Cuts is an ex...
03/02/2024

Thank you so much for attending the opening reception of PAPER CUTS by Imani Guy Duckette (.guy.d).

“Paper Cuts is an exploration of two opposing forces within me. Growing up in the South, I realized some of the stigmas and expectations of black fortitude seeped into my developing belief systems. Those ideals clashed with the very real, powerful emotions that flooded my mind and refused to be denied. This caused a constant internal dialogue-turned-argument that left me exhausted, stagnant, and suspicious. Are you even Black? Are you even depressed? Can you be both? Paper Cuts was born to frame my questions about my identity, strength, and fragility.“

The exhibition is on view through March 6, 2024, at our East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

This Thursday, from 6-9 pm, join us for the opening reception of the Let Hair Down solo exhibition at our Chinatown loca...
02/27/2024

This Thursday, from 6-9 pm, join us for the opening reception of the Let Hair Down solo exhibition at our Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002). There will be a special performance at 8 pm. RSVP can be found at ’s link in bio.

The exhibition will be on view through March 6.

See below for additional programming.

Artist Talk:
March 2, 2-3 pm
(interviewers: .mcmanus_)

Closing Event:
March 6, 6-9 pm
-Bohemian Wednesday Workshop by 4-9 pm
-Artist Interview at 6 pm
-Charity Performance for Noto Peninsula Earthquake
Relief at 8 pm
(Guest Performers:.manami )

This exhibition is supported by .

Join us the evening of February 24, 5-9pm, for a multimedia performance showcase featuring Abe The Kid (.is.abe), Carlos...
02/20/2024

Join us the evening of February 24, 5-9pm, for a multimedia performance showcase featuring Abe The Kid (.is.abe), Carlos Rosario (.rosario), Xavier Emmanuel (), and Zeelie Brown () at our East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003).

Image: Freddie Rankin ().

Thank you so much for coming to the reception of I’M TALKING TO YOU by Loryn Cook ()! Congratulations on a beautiful sho...
02/11/2024

Thank you so much for coming to the reception of I’M TALKING TO YOU by Loryn Cook ()! Congratulations on a beautiful show!

The opening reception for I’M TALKING TO YOU by Loryn Cook () is tonight from 5-9pm at our Chinatown location (119 Heste...
02/10/2024

The opening reception for I’M TALKING TO YOU by Loryn Cook () is tonight from 5-9pm at our Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002).

Gifted’s inaugural show is an invitation to a collective of artists and gifts. The project’s creator, Aidan Wilhite, has...
02/05/2024

Gifted’s inaugural show is an invitation to a collective of artists and gifts. The project’s creator, Aidan Wilhite, has produced over 45 short-form profiles covering local artists, all from the bedroom of his East Village apartment. In addition to exhibiting selects from the Gifted series, the space will be transformed into an interactive physical world encouraging creativity, community, and generosity. See below for details and programming!
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The exhibition will be on view from February 13 - 16 at All Street’s Chinatown location (119 Hester Street, New York, NY, 10002). Gallery hours are 1-7pm.
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Join Aidan for Handmade Envelope workshops on the 13th and 14th. Art supplies and unlimited tea will be provided for a relaxing night of unique creation perfect for your Valentine’s Day activities. RSVP link in .stud1o bio.
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Closing reception on Friday Feb. 16th from 6-9pm.
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Sponsored by and

Tomorrow, January 26, from 6-9pm, join us for the reception of THE FASTEST ROUTE TO THE HOLIEST PLACE by Claudia Corujo ...
01/25/2024

Tomorrow, January 26, from 6-9pm, join us for the reception of THE FASTEST ROUTE TO THE HOLIEST PLACE by Claudia Corujo () and Henry McEachern (.lamb) at our East Village location (77 East Third Street, New York, NY, 10003.

Corujo presents a series of ceramic works that are functional as light fixtures, but seem to take on a life of their own. Through the use of dualistic design and undefined function, Corujo’s ceramics make inquiries on otherness and liminal space. Her work hinges on the contradiction that light is ephemeral and full of illusion, but earth is solid and tangible.

McEachern presents a triptych that visualizes a character’s confrontation with unknown dimensions within the self. This triptych, entitled And It Says So I Say, are large-scale oil paintings that follow a path of communication, ascension, and undoing. These works, depicted in the first person, tell a story of a character’s interaction with forces astral, alchemical, and supernatural. In a world of passageway, the hero becomes a fool and the end is always at the beginning.

Both artists believe that their materials are alive, standing as evidence of the unexplainable in a narrative that is perpetually circular.

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