• 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.
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