• Local Galleries

    Live Music & Drinks at participating galleries from 6-8pm

  • Bringing Art Nights Back To SoHo

    SoHo's Largest Ever Community Art's Event!

  • Silent Auction

    From 8-10pm, there will be a silent auction featuring donated works to benefit ACE Programs for the Homeless


Check out the map of participating galleries and start strutting!  If you purchased a ticket to the pop-up gallery, you can pick it up at Moleskine (436 West Broadway) or the pop-up gallery at 28 Wooster Street


Gallery Hop between 20 participating galleries including gallery sponsors:  AFA, Peter LIK, LUMAS, Martin Lawrence, and Michael Ingbar

  • Enjoy live performances from Janna Pelle at LIK, La La Lush at LUMAS and Benny Oyama at Martin Lawrence!
  • Enjoy wine provided by The Handy Liquor Bar
  • Download Shimmer to experience art galleries unlike ever before
  • Beautiful floral arrangements provided by Adore Floral


Purchase your ticket for the pop-up gallery featuring local artists Barbara Thomas, Zuzanna Kozlowska, Linda Mason, Zigi Ben Haim and Laura Kaplan.

There will be live music and wine at the pop-up gallery provided by The Handy Liquor Bar and Moleskine is creating a limited edition Art Strut notebook!  Live music including:

1.  7-8pm – Cat Cat Cat
2.  8:15-9:15pm – KT Mulholland
3.  9:30-10pm – Lily Lane

Also participate in a silent auction to benefit ACE Programs for the Homeless!  RSVP: artstrut.eventbrite.com

Purchase Ticket

Participating Galleries:

Gallery Address Phone Type of Gallery
AFA 54 Greene (212) 226-7374 Illustrators, pop culture commercial artists, fine artists
agnes b 50 Howard (212) 431-1335 Retail store with contemporary art exhibitions
Allouche Gallery 115 Spring (212) 966-6675 Famed Street Artists and Pop Surrealist Painters
Apex Art 291 Church (212)431-5270 Non-Profit Art Space
Arcadia Fine Arts 51 Greene (212) 965-1387 Contemporary Art
Axelle Fine Arts Galerie 472 West Broadway (212) 226-2262 Original paintings and limited edition prints (European artists with a French flare)
Center for Italian Modern Art 421 Broome 4th Floor (646) 370-3596 CIMA promotes scholarly research in and public appreciation of modern and contemporary Italian art throughout the US
Judd Foundation 101 Spring (212) 219-2747 Private Tours of Donald Judd’s Home
LIK SOHO – Peter Lik Fine Art Gallery 419 West Broadway (212) 941-6391 Landscape photography
LUMAS 362 West Broadway (212) 219-9497 Art photography
Martin Lawrence Galleries 457 West Broadway (212) 995-8865 Fine Art:  Originals, sculpture and limited editions by the world’s most recognized artists
Michael Ingbar Gallery 568 Broadway (212) 334-1100 Architecture from an artistic standpoint, focusing on its value as a creative expression of NYC
Michele Mariaud Gallery 153 Lafayette (917) 783-5737 Group exhibition space
Mimi Ferzt 81 Greene (212)343-9377 Contemporary art of Russia, the former Soviet republics, and the Baltic States
Morrison Hotel Gallery 124 Prince (212)941-8770 Fine art music photography
Other Criteria 458 Broome (646)762-0123 Damien Hirst and a number of established and emerging artists to make limited editions, prints, books, jewelry, and posters
Recess 41 Grand (646) 863-3765 Nonprofit artists’ workspace open to the public.  At once a studio and exhibition space.
Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation 526 La Guardia (212) 529-4906 Focuses on the history of American art through active engagement with our extensive art collections and historic building.
The Drawing Center 35 Wooster (212)219-2166 Only fine arts institution in the U.S. to focus solely on the exhibition of drawings, both historical and contemporary
Ward Nasse 178 Prince (212) 925-6951 Nonprofit artist-run exhibition and performance space
Lazzoni Furniture 26 Greene (212) 242-0605 Modern & Contemporary furniture built with special functionalities to upgrade the urban living.
La Perla 434 West Broadway (212) 219-0999 Upscale boutique for the company’s high-fashion lingerie, loungewear, bridal intimates & sleepwear.




Main Galleries (with live music & drinks – open to the public):
  1. AFA Gallery 54 Greene
    • Exhibiting Mackenzie Thorpe. Find his exhibition page HERE.
  2. LIK SOHO – Peter Lik Fine Art Gallery 419 West Broadway
  3. Martin Lawrence Galleries 457 West BroadwayPOP International Gallery 195 Bowery
  4. POP International Gallery 195 Bowery
  5. Wild Horses Of Sable Island 64 Grand

Participating Galleries (open to the public):

  1. Brentano’s 121 Crosby Street
  2. ICP Museum 250 Bowery
  3. Jamali Gallery 413 West Broadway
  4. Leslie-Lohman Museum 26 Wooster
  5. LUMAS 362 West Broadway
  6. Michael Ingbar Gallery 568 Broadway
  7. Michele Mariaud Gallery 153 LafayetteMorrison Hotel Gallery 124 Prince
    • OUTSIDE THE FRAME – Albert Delamour 
  8. Paul Nicklen Gallery 347 West Broadway
  9. Rebecca Hossack Gallery 262 Mott
  10. Renzo Piano Building Workshop 372 West Broadway
  11. Soho Photo Gallery 15 White
  12. The Drawing Center 35 Wooster
  13. Ward Nasse 178 Prince

Here is a google map for your reference as well!

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