A piece featured in 'Voyage En Fleurs,' image courtesy of the artist.
A piece featured in ‘Voyage En Fleurs,’ image courtesy of the artist.

Explore Tribeca’s art scene this Thursday, November 17th through the second edition of Tribeca Art Night. This is a walking tour of some of the most inspiring art displays in the Tribeca area. Take advantage of these galleries keeping their doors open until 9:00pm on Thursday night. Since the debut September 29th, the event has grown from 18 to 23 different galleries.  The Untitled Space is participating with the initiative and is currently showing Fidan Bagirova’s Voyage En Fleurs curated by Stacy Engman.

Guests can either enjoy the galleries on their own anytime from 6:00 – 9:00pm, or can join one of four curator-led walking tours. The tours will be headed by Sara Watson (Chief Curator at Hunter College Galleries), Kimberly Kintada (Independent Curator and Public Programs and Research Coordinator at ICI), Nathalie Angles (Independent Curator, Founder and Executive Director at Residence Unlimited) and Jennifer Famery-Mariani (Curator at Unique Board).


The Night will include a participatory performance commissioned exclusively for Tribeca Art Night by special guest, artist and educator, Ofri Cnaani. Cnaani teaches at the School of Visual Arts and International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York and works primarily in time-based media, live-cinema performances, and large-scale installations. There will be a total of 23 venues and 27 shows that are all free to the public. The places that will be toured involve galleries, museums and non-profit spaces. Newcomers to the event include: Alexander and Bonin, Apexart, Drawing Center, Hal Bromm, Let There Be Neon, Mmuseum, One Art Space, and Poster Museum.

Ofri Cnaani
Ofri Cnaani

The complete list the 23 participating venues will include:

205 Hudson Gallery, 205 Hudson St.
A+E Studios, 160 West Broadway
Alexander and Bonin, 47 Walker St.
ApexArt, 291 Church St.
Art Projects International, 434 Greenwich St.
Cheryl Hazan Gallery, 35 N. Moore St., #1
Drawing Center, 35 Wooster St.
E.Tay Gallery, 39 White St.
Hal Bromm, 90 W Broadway
HPGRP Gallery, 434 Greenwich St.
Let There Be Neon, 38 White St.
Mmuseum, 4 Cortlandt Alley
New York Academy of Art, 111 Franklin St.
One Art Space, 23 Warren St.
Poster Museum, 122 Chambers St #A
Postmasters Gallery, 54 Franklin St.
R & Company, 82 Franklin St.
Sapar Contemporary, 9 N. Moore St.
Soho Photo Gallery, 15 White St.
Steven Amedee Gallery, 41 N. Moore St.
Taymour Grahne Gallery, 157 Hudson St.
Untitled Space, 45 Lispenard St. #1W
Uprise Art, 264 Canal Street, #4W

See below for the full list of participating locations on the official map



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