The International Gallery

The International Gallery The International Gallery showcases many forms of art. Curatorial duties performed by:

Adam Aslan We want to book artists from Brooklyn and all over the world!

In the year that the International Galley has existed we have showcased numerous artists presenting a variety of art forms including paintings, sculpture, drawings and installations. In addition to this, we have also had plays, musical performances, and dance parties accompanying openings and closings to artist shows. We welcome all to contact us with any questions about working with us whether you are an artist, musician, play writer, or yoga teacher.


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Things are brewing for Aug 24th...

F*ck Art Cool show here tonight!

Image Gallery is proud to present F*ck Art, a group exhibition contextualizing every day desires as it straddles the intimate, private and the public arena.


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We've been having a relaxing summer...but hoping to bring in new artists. Contact us!

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Our Cousins ;) if you will...

Interweaving art interests in the international that affects the local, especially in our home borough of Brooklyn. Come here for international and New York art news, reviews, and rousing cultural discourse.


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Support Emerging artists at The Living Gallery BK tonight only starts at 6!!! Props to Nyssa Frank for hosting!


Meaner Pencil on at 8pm!!

Try b4 you by here:
Meaner Pencil


Thanks to everyone that made the group photo show New Signs possible! Email us at [email protected] .or hit us up on FB if you want to submit your work to be presented in an exhibition at the gallery.


We will be holding a public event tomorrow as part of the New Signs Group Photo Show. There will be refreshments served as supplies last and live music.


Closing Show for Anna Bloda is this Sunday from 4 - 7 pm! More details to follow!


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Performances by The Spookfish, Cal Fish of Turnip King, Colin Griffin of The Trains, Moses Cicero, Adam Aslan Pony - Show Was Free Support Local Music and Art!

Photos by and Sarah Stevens of


For years, a Frenchman named Philippe Maestracci has claimed that that work belonged to his grandfather, a Jewish art dealer who fled Paris before the N**i occupation, leaving his collection behind. The Modigliani was sold at auction in 1996, and Maestracci has been trying to get it back. He believes the buyers were the Nahmads, a billionaire art collecting family. The Nahmads claim the painting was bought by a company called the International Art Center, but according to the Panama Papers, the Nahmads pretty much control the International Art Center.


Looking for female centric videos for a screening. Contact us on fb to submit.


Looking for artists for shows at the gallery in 2016... email us at [email protected] or message us on FB


Yall get BOSS at BOS???


New Opening details coming!


248 McKibbin Street
New York, NY


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