Gallery Gazing

This Saturday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., a bunch of Tribeca’s galleries are staying open later to encourage folks just like you to take a spin around and check out the art. “The best part about having curated my first show at Hal’s was getting the artists together, then getting the public together at the opening,” says Richard Goldstein, referring to “Neo-Vitruvian: the Body Now” at Hal Bromm Gallery. “But why stop there? I wanted to get to know the other galleries in the neighborhood and see what would happen when we all pulled together. Once I started the project, enthusiasm grew exponentially.” The participating venues include Carriage Trade, Pelavin Gallery, Soho Photo Gallery, Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, Hal Bromm (90 W. Broadway), Trans.LUXE Gallery, KS Art, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, and MELA Foundation Dream House, which will host a concert of evening ragas at 9 p.m. (concert admission $24). Here’s a taste of what to expect.

Ushio Shinohara, "Boxing Painting March 25 2010" (courtesy Ethan Cohen Fine Arts)

Molly Lowe, "Body Journey" (courtesy Hal Bromm Gallery)

Betty Beaumont, "Camouflaged Cells, Irvington, CA (faux palm)" (courtesy Carriage Trade)


Ronald Cowie, "Lisa's Hat" (courtesy Soho Photo)

Kate Beck, "Poetics (Ether)" (courtesy Pelavin Gallery)

Bruce Tolman, "Blue Flower 4," (Cheryl Hazan)


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  1. Wow, Cheryl Pelavin and Cheryl Hazan are showing FANTASTIC ART. Congrats! (from a former gallery owner on Reade Street)