New York Galleries Are Moving to Tribeca En Masse. Here’s Your Go-To Guide for What to See, Eat, and Drink in the Neighborhood
Make a day of it with our roundup of Tribeca highlights.
What’s old is new again in Tribeca, the neighborhood that fell off New York City’s cultural map when galleries moved en masse to Chelsea. Today, the area is booming again as dealers rapidly relocate their galleries to the triangle below Canal Street.
In light of the burgeoning scene, we’ve outlined the many art spaces in the neighborhood—and a few straddling its boundary with Soho—as well as a list of some of our favorite haunts for dining and drinking.
As more galleries make the transition to the neighborhood, including Luhring Augustine, which is expected to open at 17 White Street, and PPOW, which moves to 20 Cortlandt Alley in 2020, we’ll update the list.
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Denny Dimin Gallery
A quirky Lower East Side transplant founded in 2013 by Elizabeth Denny, and joined by Robert Dimin in 2015 as partner and co-director, the gallery program is invested in introducing emerging artists to established collectors. It opened a second location in Hong Kong earlier this year.
39 Lispenard Street; Tuesday–Saturday, 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
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