Arts & Culture in Tribeca

Arts & culture in tribeca


Perelman Performing Arts Center

Made entirely from marble, the Perelman Performing Arts Center is a glowing beacon of light by the Ground Zero Memorial, offering an exciting line-up of theatre, dance, music and film. Designed by architect Joshua Ramus it’s worth a visit just to see the building alone.

251 Fulton Street
New York
NY 10007

Gallery 125 Newbury on Broadway

From the team behind legendary contemporary art gallery Pace, Gallery 125 Newbury is a project space named after founder Arne Glimcher’s original space which opened at 125 Newbury Street in Boston in 1960. Here you’ll find thematic group shows as well as solo exhibitions by emerging, established, and historical artists.

395 Broadway
New York, NY 10013
(212) 371 5242

James Cohan on Walker Street

Walker Street is beating heart of contemporary art and design in Tribeca and James Cohan’s latest space in the historic Walker Building shouldn’t be missed. Occupying the whole of the 2nd floor, Cohan curates an imaginative and exciting mix of contemporary art, painting, sculpture, video, installations and photography from American and international artists.

52 Walker Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
(212) 714 9500