Current & Upcoming Events
Past Exhibitions & Events
LAND is excited to announce LAND at the State Capitol — An exhibition of new drawings, paintings, sculptures and textiles by Raquel Albarran, Nicole Appel, Rudy Bansraj, Carlo Daleo, Myasia Dowdell, Garrol Gayden, Kenya Hanley, Robert Latchman, Christine Lewis, Michael Pellew, James Rosa, Corey Scarboro and Byron Smith.
LAND artists Raquel Albarran, Nicole Appel, Myasia Dowdell, and Christine Lewis will exhibit selected works in the Every Woman Biennial.
LAND will be exhibiting works on paper, paintings and sculptures by Raquel Albarran, Nicole Appel, Carlo Daleo, Garrol Gayden, Kenya Hanley, Michael Pellew, and Byron Smith. Join us in booth #60!
Western Exhibitions will exhibit work by Jessica Campbell, Lilli Carré, and Michael Pellew at NADA Miami 2018.
Jennifer Lauren Gallery will present Garrol Gayden’s work in London.
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 25th, 6–8:30pm
Opening Party: Thursday, September 6th from 6pm–9pm
The Bridge! The Bridge! is Robert Latchman’s first solo exhibition at LAND Gallery.
Opening reception: August 30th, 6–8pm
FUTURE CATS CAREER BOX is a group exhibition that includes work by LAND Artists Garrol Gayden and James Rosa.
Opening reception: August 22nd, 6–9pm
Different Things Around the World is Christine Lewis's first solo exhibition in New York City.
Opening reception: June 14th, 5-8pm
Visit Byron Smith's first solo exhibition at Institute 193. Opening reception: Thursday, February 22, 6–8pm
Join us for an exhibition of artwork created through MoMA’s Access Partnership Program. Opening reception: 11am–1pm, Feb. 6th.
Join us at the Ace Hotel New York where we will launch Raquel Albarran's first book.
Please join us at the 2018 Outsider Art Fair in booth #60 to see new work by Raquel Albarran, Nicole Appel, Carlo Daleo, Kenya Hanley, Garrol Gayden, Michael Pellew, and Byron Smith.
Raquel Albarran's first solo exhibition will be held at the Albert B Chandler Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky.
Come visit us in booth 59 to see new work by LAND artists Nicole Appel, Carlo Daleo, Garrol Gayden, Kenya Hanley, Michael Pellew, and Byron Smith. We will also debut our new 215 page catalog published by iota with an introduction by Phillip March Jones.
Come join us for Hungry For The Holidays, a food themed art exhibition and holiday gift show. Feast your eyes on tasty fine art, hand-drawn buttons, ceramics, balsa ornaments, magnets, holiday cards, tote bags and more.
Through our partnership with Instagram's Community Team we have organized a fundraiser event at the Facebook headquarters. Fine art and products will be for sale, and the show will be accompanied by a workshop taught by LAND artist Michael Pellew.
Creature Feature, a group exhibition exploring imagery of monsters and other-worldly beings, opens Thursday, April 7th at Weird Days in Williamsburg.
One Step Beyond is an exhibition of music-inspired works from Fountain House Gallery, LAND Gallery, and artists nationwide. The exhibition is curated by Margaret Bodell, MaryAnn Fahey and Caroline Kerrigan.
Party at Fountain House Gallery: Saturday, March 5th, 6–8pm
LAND Studio and Gallery presents a special exhibition, Space Invaders, for the 2013 DUMBO Arts Festival. The exhibition featured the work of LAND's talented artists in collaboration with Make Skateboards, Critter & Guitari and Weaving Hand.
LAND presented drawings, paintings and sculptures by LAND artists for Cutlog's NYC debut. Made Seen Sold included work by Michael Pellew, Corey Scarboro and others. A selection of work from the Lost Belle Series by former LAND artist J.P.B. was also presented at the fair.
LETC presents LAND’s Brooklyn Folk in conjunction with Dumbo Art Under the Bridge Festival.
Under The Influence includes work by Melanie Ross, Murry Guzik, Ricky Hagedorn, Robert Latchman, Susan Metrican, Bede Murphy, Andy Rosen, Michael Pellew, Kenya Hanley and others.
LANDmark is LAND Gallery’s inaugural art exhibition, featuring the work of Carlo Daleo, Garrol Gayden, Drew Haigler, Robert Latchman, Michael Pellew and Corey Scarboro. The event is curated by Matthew B. Murphy and sponsored by Rocking Horse Cafe.