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John Haber
in New York City
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American Folk Art Museum

2 Lincoln Square, at Columbus Avenue and 66th Street
Open: Tuesday to Thursday, Saturday, 11:30 - 7:00;
    Friday, 12:00 - 7:30; Sunday, 12:00 - 6:00 (always free)
Web site: Light on exhibitions, but wide-ranging and thoughtful.

American Museum of the Moving Image

35th Avenue, at 36th Street, Astoria
Open: Tuesday to Friday, 12 - 5;
    Saturday and Sunday, 11 - 6
Web site: Informative, although Web exhibitions
    may or may not trouble to include real ones.

The Art Institute of Chicago

Grant Park at Lake, Chicago
Open: Friday to Wednesday, 10:30 - 5
    Thursday (free after 6) till 8
Web site: Basic but detailed info.

Asia Society

725 Park Avenue, at 70th Street, New York
Open: Tuesday to Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, 11 - 6;
    Friday (free after 6) till 9,
    but no evening hours from July 4 to Labor Day
Web site: Not bad for a society focused on more than exhibitions.

Alice Austen House

2 Hylan Boulevard, at Edgewater, Staten Island
    (two miles by S51 bus south from the ferry)
Open: Tuesday to Sunday, 12:00 - 6:00
Web site: The story of her life.

The Barnes Foundation

2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia
Open: Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday to Monday, 9:30 - 6;
    Friday, 9:30 - 10 (free the first Sunday of every month)
Web site: Helpful (do book in advance) and building a database.

Bronx Museum of the Arts

1040 Grand Concourse, at 165th Street, Bronx
    (near the 4, B, or D train from Manhattan)
Open: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, 11 - 6;
    Friday 11 - 8 (always free)
Web site: Bare bones, but with programs for teens and emerging artists.

The Brooklyn Museum

200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn
    (on the 2 or 3 train from Manhattan)
Open: Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 11 - 6;
    Thursday; 11 - 10; first Saturday
    of every month but September, 11 - 11
    (always pay what you will)
Web site: Some exhibition info, but finding its way.

The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

1047 Amsterdam Avenue, at 112th Street, New York
Open: Seven days a week, 7:30 - 6 (always free)
Web site: Basic info, but of course not geared specifically toward the arts.

Chelsea Art Museum

556 West 22nd Street, New York, but now closed.

The Cloisters

Fort Tryon Park, New York
Open: Seven days a week, 10:00 - 5:15;
    but November to February till 4:45
Web site: A branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum

2 East 91st Street, New York
Open: Sunday to Friday, 10 - 6;
    Saturday (cheap after 6) till 9
Web site: Detailed and colorful, and a "pen" lets you save
    your favorites until you get home.

Dia:Beacon

3 Beekman Street, Beacon, NY
Open: Thursday to Monday, 11 - 6 (shorter in winter)
Web site: Basic info, maintained by the Dia Arts Foundation.

Dia:Chelsea

541 and 545 West 22nd Street, New York
    (but no longer at 548 West 22nd Street),
    plus extended exhibitions of Walter de Maria at
    141 Wooster Street and 393 West Broadway, Soho
Open: Tuesday to Saturday 11 - 6 (free Friday after 3)
Web site: Basic info, maintained by the Dia Arts Foundation.

The Drawing Center

35 Wooster Street, near Grand Street, New York
Open: Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 12 - 6;
    Thursday, 12 - 8 (free after 6)
Web site: Getting better, with an emphasis on educational programs.

Emily Fisher Landau Center

38-27 30th Street, Long Island City
Open: Thursday to Monday, 12 - 5 (always free)
Web site: Reticent but does the job.

The Frick Collection

1 East 70st Street, at Fifth Avenue, New York
Open: Tuesday to Thursday, Saturday, 10 - 6; "first Fridays," 10 - 9;
    Sunday, 11 - 5 (Wednesdays cheap after 2); no children under 10,
    under 16 only if accompanied by an adult
Web site: Technology intrudes even here, with a brilliant virtual-reality tour
    and app—the best-organized museum site yet.

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

280 The Fenway, Boston
Open: Friday to Wednesday, 11 - 5; Thursday till 9
Web site: Too reliant on virtual reality for simple things.

Grey Art Gallery, New York University

80 and 100 Washington Square East, New York
Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 11 - 6; Wednesday, 11 - 8;
    Saturday, 11 - 5
Web site: Current but basic.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

1017 Fifth Avenue, at 88th Street, New York
. . . and no longer at The Guggenheim Museum Soho:
    575 Broadway at Prince, New York
Open: Sunday to Wednesday, Friday, 10 - 5:45;
    Saturday (cheap after 5:45) till 7:45
Web site: Event driven, but the rest is there, too.

The Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Independence Avenue and 7th Street SW, Washington, DC
Open: Seven days a week, 10 - 5:30;
    the garden, 7:30 - 5:30 (always free)
Web site: Basic info, maintained by the Smithsonian.

Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

100 Northern Avenue, Boston
Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10 - 5;
    Thursday (cheap after 5) and Friday, 10 - 9
Web site: Reasonably informative.

Institute for Contemporary Art, Philadelphia

118 South 36th Street, at the University of Pennsylvania
Open: Wednesday, 11 - 8; Thursday and Friday, 11 - 6;
    Saturday and Sunday, 11 - 5 (always free)
Web site: Basic info, but it got even me there.

International Center of Photography

250 Bowery, at Prince Street, New York
Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday to Sunday, 10 - 6;
    Thursday, 10 - 9 (cheap after 6)
Web site: Abundant info, with images from current exhibitions.

Japan Society Gallery

333 East 47th Street, at First Avenue, New York
Open: Monday to Thursday, 11 - 6; Friday till 9;
    Saturday and Sunday till 5
Web site: Not much yet.

Jersey City Museum

350 Montgomery Street, at Monmouth Street, New Jersey
Open: Limited hours since sale to Jersey City Medical Center
Web site: Currently unavailable.

The Jewish Museum

1109 Fifth Avenue, at 92nd Street, New York
Open: Saturday to Tuesday, Friday, 11 - 5:45;
    Thursday till 8; Saturday free
Web site: Intelligent and growing quickly.

Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art

26 Wooster Street, at Grand Street, New York
Open: Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 12 - 6
    Thursday till 8 (always pay what you will)
Web site: Pretty bare bones.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street, New York
Open: Sunday to Thursday, 10:00 - 5:30
    (always pay what you will);
    Friday and Saturday till 9:00 (and much quieter!)
Web site: Slowly improving for exhibitions, but also packing the permanent
    collection into an amazing database and slick art-history time line.

The Met Breuer

945 Madison Avenue, at 75th Street,
    leasing the former home of the Whitney
Open: same hours.
Web site: Only a footnote to the Met's site.

MoMA PS1

22-25 Jackson Avenue, at 46th Avenue, Long Island City,
. . . and now part of the Museum of Modern Art
    (7 subway to 45th Road, Courthouse Square;
    E/F to 23rd Street, Ely Avenue; G to Court Square)
Open: Thursday to Monday, 12 - 6
    (always pay what you will)
Web site: Still decidedly finding its way, but some recent
    shows boast greater detail.

The Morgan Library

225 Madison Avenue, at 36th Street, New York
Open: Tuesday to Thursday, 10:30 - 5; Friday (free after 7) till 9;
    Saturday, 10 - 6; Sunday, 11 - 6
Web site: A lavish look at current exhibitions.

El Museo del Barrio

1230 Fifth Avenue, at 104th Street, New York
Open: Tuesday to Saturday, 11 - 6
Web site: An excellent introduction to an easily overlooked urban resource.

Museum of Arts and Design

2 Columbus Circle, at 59th Street, New York
Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 11 - 6;
    Thursday (cheap after 6) till 9
Web site: Definitely making progress.

Museum of Biblical Art

1865 Broadway, at 61st Street, New York, but now closed

Museum of Chinese in America

215 Center Street, at Grand Street, New York
Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 11 - 6;
    Thursday (free first of the month) till 9
Web site: Few images, but basic information.

Museum of the City of New York

1220 Fifth Avenue, at 103rd Street
Open: Seven days a week, 10 - 6
Web site: Cramped and few images, but clear.

The Museum of Modern Art

11 West 53rd Street, west of Fifth Avenue, New York
. . . and no longer at MoMA QNS:
    33rd Street at Queens Boulevard, Long Island City
Open: Sunday to Wednesday, 10:30 - 5:30;
    Summer Thursdays and Saturdays in 2017 till 9:00;
    Friday (free after 4) also till 9:00
Web site: Flashy, if hard to navigate, but with images
    and short explanations of collection highlights.

National Academy Museum

1083 Fifth Avenue, at 89th Street, New York
Open: Wednesday to Sunday, 11 - 6
Web site: Small images, but thorough enough.

The National Gallery in London

Trafalgar Square, London
Open: Saturday to Thursday, 10 - 6; Friday till 9 (always free)
Web site: Entire collection online, plus features and exhibitions.

The National Gallery in Washington

Constitution Avenue and 4th Street NW, Washington, DC
Open: Monday to Saturday, 10 - 5; Sunday till 6 (always free)
Web site: Basic info.

Neue Galerie

1048 Fifth Avenue, at 86th Street, New York,
Open: Thursday to Monday, 11 - 6;
    first Friday of each month (free after 6) till 8
Web site: Straightforward and light on exhibitions.

New Museum

235 Bowery, at Prince Street, New York,
    but at 556 West 22nd Street till mid-2007
    and till mid-2004 at 583 Broadway
Open: Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 11 - 6;
    Thursday (cheap after 7) till 9
Web site: Resource oriented, with unique digital art, if a bit awkward.

New-York Historical Society

170 Central Park West, at 77th Street, New York
Open: Tuesday to Thursday, Saturday, 10 - 6;
    Sunday, 11 - 5; Friday (cheap after 6), 10 - 8
Web site: Vast resources, but light on exhibitions.

Isamu Noguchi Museum

32-37 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, New York
Open: Wednesday to Friday, 11 - 5;
    Saturday and Sunday, 10 - 6;
    free first Friday of each month (in summer till 8)
Web site: Fair career archive, little on exhibitions.

The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

118 North Broad Street, Philadelphia
Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10 - 5; Wednesday, 10 - 9;
    Saturday and Sunday, 11 - 5
Web site: Light but clear, with a fully searchable catalog.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Benjamin Franklin Parkway and 26th Street, Philadelphia
Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10 - 5;
    Wednesday and Friday, 10 - 8:45;
    cheap first Sunday of each month and Wednesday after 5
Web site: Not bad, with pop-up exhibition slide shows.

The Phillips Collection

1600 21st Street NW, Washington, DC
Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 10 - 5;
    Thursday, 10 - 8:30; Sunday, 11 - 7
Web site: Spare on exhibitions, but much else.

Queens Museum

Flushing Meadows Corona Park (7 subway to 111th Street,
    walk south and then east past the zoo)
Open: Wednesday to Sunday, 12 - 6
Web site: Basic info, but a bit better on exhibitions.

Rubin Museum of Art

150 West 17th Street, at Seventh Avenue
Open: Monday, Thursday, 11 - 5; Wednesday, 11 - 9;
    Saturday, Sunday, 11 - 6; Friday (free after 6) till 10
    Web site: Growing, but slowly adding the collection.

The Saatchi Gallery

Duke of York's HQ, Sloane Square, London
Open: Seven days a week, 10 - 6 (always free)
Web site: solid content, including many London links
    and even a free open blog.

Arthur M. Sackler Museum

485 Broadway, at Quincy Street, Cambridge
Open:Seven days a week, 10 - 5
Web site: Minimal, as part of the Harvard University museums.

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

151 Third Street, between Mission and Howard Streets, San Francisco
Open: Closed for construction
Web site: For now, info on art elsewhere in the city.

SculptureCenter

44-19 Purves, off Jackson Avenue, Long Island City
    (7 subway to 45th Road, Courthouse Square;
    E to 23rd Street, Ely Avenue; G to Court Square)
Open: Thursday to Monday, 11 - 6
Web site: Decent design, but still waiting for a lot more.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center

Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art
1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island (40 bus from the ferry)
Open: Daylight hours
Web site: Simple, stressing the site's history and architecture.

Socrates Sculpture Park

Broadway and 11th Street, Long Island City
    (N subway to Broadway, bus or walk to the East River)
Open: Daylight hours
Web site: It is only a park.

Storm King Art Center

1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY
    (Port Authority bus twice a day or New Jersey Transit
    to Salisbury Mills, with change to Metro North, and taxi)
Open: Wednesday to Sunday, 10 - 5:30 in season;
    summer Saturdays and Sundays, the grounds stay open till 8
Web site: A list of artists and other basic information,
    but more on special exhibitions.

The Studio Museum in Harlem

144 West 125th Street, at Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.,
    Boulevard (Seventh Avenue), New York
Open: Thursday and Friday, 12 - 9; Saturday, 10 - 6;
    Sunday (free), 12 - 6
Web site: More interactive all the time.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

2800 Grove Avenue, at the Boulevard, Richmond
Open: Saturday to Wednesday, 10 - 5;
    Thursday and Friday till 9 (always free)
Web site: Informative, with some "online exhibitions."

Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University

Lenfest Center for the Arts
615 West 129th, west of Broadway
Open: Saturday and Sunday, 12 - 6;
    Wednesday to Friday till 8 (always free)
Web site: The basics.

Wave Hill, Glyndor Gallery

West 249th and Independence Avenue, Riverdale
Open: Tuesday to Sunday, 9 - 5 (Tuesday and Saturday A.M. free);
select summer evenings until 8:30
Web site: Much on its mind beside art.

The Whitney Museum of American Art

99 Gansevoort, at West Street, New York
Open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, 10:30 - 6
    (Tuesday as well in July and August);
    Friday (cheap after 7) and Saturday, till 10;
The museum at Altria, across from Grand Central Station,
    closed in spring 2008 and the Marcel Breuer Whitney
    at 945 Madison Avenue closed in fall 2014
Web site: Now with its collection online,
    plus its Artport to new media.

Galleries Cited

Open: Tuesday through Saturday afternoons, at least in Chelsea and uptown. Others may open Thursday through Sunday, and many galleries close weekends during the summer. You might find helpful wagmag for Brooklyn.

Among the hundreds of galleries in New York City alone, I can hope to maintain a list only of those cited in reviews, with past addresses when older reviews pertain to those spaces:

ABC No Rio, 156 Rivington (Lower East Side)

Miguel Abreu, 36 Orchard (Lower East Side)
    and now also 88 Eldridge

Abrons Art Center, 466 Grand (Lower East Side)

ACA, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Ace, 275 Hudson (Soho/Tribeca), but now closed

Acquavella, 18 East 79th (Upper East Side)

Alden Projects, 34 Orchard (Lower East Side)

Alexandre, 41 East 57th (Midtown)

Alexander and Bonin, 47 Walker (Tribeca),
    but formerly Brooke Alexander, 59 Wooster (Soho),
    and then 132 Tenth Avenue (Chelsea) till 2016

Mitchell Algus, 132 Delancey (Lower East Side),
    but formerly Algus Greenspon, 71 Morton (West Village)

American Contemporary, 4 East 2nd (East Village), but now closed

Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe, 525 West 22nd (Chelsea)

Aperture, 547 West 27th (Chelsea)

apexart, 291 Church (Tribeca)

Arario, formerly 521 West 25th (Chelsea), but now Korea only

Art in General, 145 Plymouth (Dumbo),
    but formerly 79 Walker (Tribeca)

Art 3, 109 Ingraham (Bushwick)

The Atelier, 635 West 42nd (Midtown West), but temporary

ATM, 619 West 27th (Chelsea),
    and then 542 West 24th, but now closed

Jeff Bailey, 625 West 27th (Chelsea),
    but now departed for Hudson, New York

Nicelle Beauchene, sharing 327 Broome
    with Jack Hanley (Lower East Side)

David Beitzel, 102 Prince (Soho), but now closed

Bellwether, 134 Tenth Avenue (Chelsea),
    after 335 Grand (Williamsburg), but now closed

Berry Campbell, 530 West 24th (Chelsea)

Berry-Hill, 11 East 70th (Upper East Side)

Beta Pictoris / Maus Contemporary,
    2411 Second Avenue North (Birmingham, AL)

Josée Bienvenu, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Bitforms, 131 Allen (Lower East Side),
    but 529 West 20th (Chelsea) till mid-2014

Black & White, 56 Bogart Street (Bushwick),
    but formerly 483 Driggs (Williamsburg),
    with a brief detour to 636 West 28th (Chelsea)

Blackston, 29C Ludlow (Lower East Side),
    but at least for now closed

Collette Blanchard, 26 Clinton (Lower East Side),
    but now closed

Robert Blumenthal, 1045 Madison Avenue (Upper East Side)

Marianne Boesky, 509 West 24th (Chelsea),
    118 East 64th (Upper East Side), and 20 Clinton (Lower East Side),
    but formerly 51 Greene (Soho) and then 535 West 22th (Chelsea)

Bohen Foundation, 415 West 13th (Chelsea), but now closed

Tanya Bonakdar, 521 West 21st (Chelsea)

Bookstein Projects, 60 East 66th (Upper East Side),
    but (as Lori Bookstein) 138 Tenth Avenue (Chelsea) till 2017

Mary Boone, 745 Fifth Avenue (Midtown)
    and 541 West 24th (Chelsea),
    but formerly 417 West Broadway (Soho)

Janet Borden, 560 Broadway (Soho)

Bortolami, 39 Walker (Tribeca),
    but 520 West 20th (Chelsea) till mid-2017

Bosi Contemporary, 48 Orchard Street (Lower East Side)

Bowery, 530 West 25th (Chelsea),
    but formerly 121 Wooster (Soho)

BravinLee Programs, 526 West 26th (Chelsea),
    but formerly 534 West 26th as Gorney Bravin + Lee

Brennan & Griffin, 122 Norfolk (Lower East Side),
    but 55 Delancey till mid-2016

Hal Bromm, 90 West Broadway (Tribeca)

Gavin Brown's Enterprise, 429 West 127th (Harlem)
    and 291 Grand (Lower East Side),
    but 620 Greenwich (West Village) till mid-2016

Bureau, 178 Norfolk (Lower East Side)

C24 Gallery, 560 West 24th (Chelsea),
    but 514 West 24th till 2015

Cælum, 526 West 26th (Chelsea)

Callicoon Fine Arts, 49 Delancey (Lower East Side),
    but formerly 124 Forsyth

Canada, 333 Broome (Lower East Side),
    but 55 Chrystie till 2012

Leo Castelli, 18 East 77th (Upper East Side),
    after so long at 420 West Broadway (Soho)

Causey Contemporary, 15 Broad (Financial District),
    after several Brooklyn locations into late 2014
    and 29 Orchard (Lower East Side) till 2017

Cavin-Morris, 210 Eleventh Avenue (Chelsea)

CCCADI, 120 East 125th Street (Harlem)

Center for Book Arts, 28 West 27th (Midtown)

Central Booking, 21 Ludlow (Lower East Side),
    but 111 Front (Dumbo) till 2012

Ceres, 547 West 27th (Chelsea)

Chambers Fine Art, 210 Eleventh Avenue (Chelsea)

Chapter NY, 249 East Houston (Lower East Side)

Cheim & Read, 547 West 25th (Chelsea),
    but formerly 521 West 23nd

Heidi Cho, 522 West 23rd (Chelsea), but now in transit

ClampArt, 547 West 29th (Chelsea)

Clementine, 623 West 27th (Chelsea), but now closed

James Cohan, 533 West 26th (Chelsea)
    and 291 Grand (Lower East Side)

Cohan and Leslie, 138 Tenth Avenue (Chelsea), but now closed

Company, 88 Eldridge (Lower East Side)

Condeso Lawler, 524 Broadway (Soho), but now closed

John Connelly Presents, 526 West 26th till 2007,
    then 625 West 27th (Chelsea), but now closed

Lisa Cooley, 107 Norfolk (Lower East Side)
    and 34 Orchard till 2012, but now closed

Paula Cooper, 534 West 21st and 521 West 21st (Chelsea),
    after pioneering Soho at 155 Wooster (Soho)

Charles Cowles, 537 West 24th (Chelsea), but now closed

Creon, 238 East 24th (Gramercy Park), but now closed

Betty Cuningham, 15 Rivington (Lower East Side),
    but formerly 541 West 25th (Chelsea)

Dam, Stuhltrager, 38 Marcy (Williamsburg), but now closed

D'Amelio Terras, 525 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    then briefly just D'Amelio, but now closed

Danese Corey, 511 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    but formerly (as Danese) 41 East 57th (Midtown)
    and then 535 West 24th (Chelsea)

Cuchifritos, 120 Essex, inside the market (Lower East Side)

Danziger, 95 Rivington (Lower East Side),
    but 521 West 23rd Street (Chelsea) till 2016
    and 517 West 23rd till mid-2014

DCKT, 195 Bowery (Lower East Side)
    and then 21 Orchard Street, but now closed

Elizabeth Dee, 2037 5th Avenue (Harlem),
    but 545 West 20th (Chelsea) till mid-2016

Deitch Projects, 76 Grand (Soho), and at times
    18 Wooster (Soho) or 4-40 44th Drive (Long Island City).

Tibor de Nagy, 724 Fifth Avenue (Midtown)

Denny, 261 Broome (Lower East Side)

Dodge, 15 Rivington (Lower East Side), but now closed

Dorsky, 11-03 45th Avenue (Long Island City)

Andrew Edlin, 212 Bowery (Lower East Side),
    but 134 10th Avenue (Chelsea) till 2016

EFA Center for Contemporary Art, 323 West 39th (Garment District)

Derek Eller, 300 Broome (Lower East Side),
    but 615 West 27th (Chelsea) till 2016

Andre Emmerich, 41 East 57th (Midtown),
    but Sotheby's has closed this long-revered gallery

Thomas Erben, 526 West 26th (Chelsea)

Exit Art, 548 Broadway (Soho) for "Endurance,"
    and then 475 Tenth Avenue (north of Chelsea),
    but now closed

Eyebeam, in transit,
    but 540 West 21st (Chelsea) till mid-2015

Feature, 131 Allen (Lower East Side), but now closed

Fergus McCaffrey, 514 West 26th (Chelsea)

Feuer Mesler, 319 Grand (Lower East Side),
    but (as LFL) 530 West 24th till late 2007 and then
    (as Zach Feuer) 548 West 22nd (Chelsea) till mid-2015
    and now closed

Eric Firestone, formerly 4 Great Jones (Nolita),
    but now only in East Hampton

Fish Tank, 93 North 6th (Williamsburg), but now closed

Flag Art Foundation, 545 West 25th (Chelsea)

Flowers, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Foley, 59 Orchard (Lower East Side)

Kim Foster, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Foxy Production, 2 East Broadway,
    but 623 West 27th (Chelsea) till 2016

Freight + Volume, 97 Allen (Lower East Side)

Fridman, 287 Spring (West Soho)

James Fuentes, 55 Delancey (Lower East Side)

Gagosian, 555 West 24th and 522 West 21st (Chelsea),
    plus 980 Madison (Upper East Side),
    but formerly 136 Wooster (Soho)

Gallery 444, 444 Madison (Midtown), but now closed

Gallery d'Arte, 548 West 28th (Chelsea)

Asya Geisberg, 537B West 23rd (Chelsea)

Gering & López, 730 Fifth Avenue (Midtown),
    but formerly Sandra Gering, West 534 22nd (Chelsea)

Laurel Gitlen, 122 Norfolk (Lower East Side),
    but 261 Broome (as Small A Projects) till 2013
    and now closed

Gladstone, 515 West 24th and 530 West 21st (Chelsea),
    but 99 Wooster (Soho) for Holzer's 1994 show

Goff + Rosenthal, 537B West 23rd (Chelsea), but now closed

Thierry Goldberg, 103 Norfolk (Lower East Side),
    but 5 Rivington till mid-2011

Caren Golden, 539 West 23rd (Chelsea) and
    39 Wooster (Soho) for Kalymnios's show,
    but now closed

Marian Goodman, 24 West 57th (Midtown)

Alexander Gray, 526 West 26th (Chelsea)

Garth Greenan (formerly Gary Snyder), 545 West 20th (Chelsea),
    but till 2011 at 601 West 29th and then 250 West 26th

Howard Greenberg, 32 East 57th Street (Midtown)

Greene Naftali, 508 West 26th (Chelsea)

Muriel Guépin, 83 Orchard Street (Lower East Side)

Murray Guy, 453 West 17th (Chelsea)

Half, 43 East 78th (Upper East Side)

Peter Hay Halpert, 223 West 21st (Chelsea),
    but 511 West 25th till 2015

Hansel and Gretel Picture Garden, 511 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    and formerly also Pocket Utopia, 191 Henry (Lower East Side),
    but now closed

Elizabeth Harris, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Hasted Hunt, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Haunch of Venison, Christie's Private Sales only,
    but formerly 550 West 21st (Chelsea)

Hauser & Wirth, 32 East 69th (Upper East Side)
    and 548 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    but 511 West 18th till November 2018

Morris Healy, 530 West 22nd (Chelsea), but now closed

Pat Hearn, 530 West 22nd (Chelsea) after a long road,
    but the East Village pioneer is now closed

Lesley Heller, 54 Orchard (Lower East Side),
    but 16 East 77th (Upper East Side) till 2010

Christopher Henry, 127 Elizabeth (Lower East Side), but now closed

Robert Henry Contemporary (formerly RHV), 56 Bogart (Brooklyn)

Heskin Contemporary, 443 West 37th (north of Chelsea)

Higher Pictures, 980 Madison Avenue (Upper East Side),
    but 764 Madison Avenue till 2012

Hionas, 124 Forsyth (Lower East Side) till mid-2017,
    but now in transit

Nancy Hoffman, 520 West 27th (Chelsea),
    but 429 West Broadway (Soho) in 1997

Hogar Collection, 362 Grand (Williamsburg), but now closed

The Hole, 312 Bowery (Lower East Side)

William Holman, 360 Riverside Drive (Upper West Side),
    but 65 Ludlow (Lower East Side) till mid-2016

Horton, 113 East 29th (Kips Bay),
    but 504 West 22nd (Chelsea) till mid-2011
    and then 55 Chrystie (Lower East Side) till 2016

Hosfelt, 531 West 36th (north of Chelsea)

Elizabeth Houston, 190 Orchard (Lower East Side),
    but formerly Hous Projects, 31 Howard Street,
    and then 34 East 1st till mid-2016

Loretta Howard, 521 West 26th (Chelsea)

Hudson Clearing, 250 Hudson (Soho/Tribeca), but now closed

Hunter College Art Galleries, 68th and Lexington (Upper East Side)
    and (at times) 450 West 41st (Midtown)

Susan Inglett, 511 West 24th (Chelsea)

I-20, 557 West 23rd, but 529 West 20th till 2006 (Chelsea)
    and now closed

Invisible-Exports, 89 Eldridge (Lower East Side),
    but 14A Orchard till mid-2013

ISE Cultural Foundation, 555 Broadway (Soho)

Jack the Pelican, 487 Driggs (Williamsburg), but now closed

R. Jampol Project(s) (formerly S & J),
    191 Henry (Lower East Side), but now closed

JTT (formerly Jasmin Tsou), 191 Chrystie (Lower East Side),
    but 170A Suffolk till late 2016

Oliver Kamm/5BE, 621 West 27th (Chelsea)

Kansas, 59 Franklin (Tribeca),
    but now closed

Casey Kaplan, 121 West 27th (Chelsea),
    but 525 West 21st through 2014

Nathalie Karg, 291 Grand (Lower East Side)

Steven Kasher, 515 West 26th (Chelsea)

Paul Kasmin, 293 Tenth Avenue and 515 West 27th (Chelsea),
    but 79 Grand (Soho) for Nares in 2003

Sean Kelly, 475 Tenth Avenue (north of Chelsea),
    but 528 West 29th till mid-2012

Anton Kern, 16 East 55th (Midtown),
    but 532 West 20th (Chelsea) through 2016

Linda Kirkland, 504 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    but now closed

The Kitchen, 512 West 19th (Chelsea)

Nicole Klagsbrun, formerly 534 West 24th (Chelsea)
    but 526 West 26th till 2012 and now closed

Knoedler, 19 East 70th (Upper East Side),
    but now closed

Koenig & Clinton, 1329 Willoughby (Bushwick),
    but 545 West 23rd (as Leo Koenig) till mid-2013
    and 459 West 19th (Chelsea) till mid-2017

Andrew Kreps, 535 West 22th (Chelsea)

Molly Krom, formerly 53C Stanton (Lower East Side),
    but now in transit

Kustera Projects (formerly Anna Kustera), 57 Wolcott (Red Hook),
    but 520 West 21st (Chelsea) till mid-2013

La Mama La Galleria, 74A East 4th (East Village)

Yvon Lambert, 564 West 25th (Chelsea) till 2007,
    then 550 West 21st, but now only in Europe

Lehmann Maupin, 536 West 22nd (Chelsea)
    and 201 Chrystie (Lower East Side),
    but formerly 540 West 26th (Chelsea) and 39 Greene (Soho)

Galerie Lelong, 528 West 26th (Chelsea)

Lennon, Weinberg, 514 West 25th (Chelsea),
    but 560 Broadway (Soho) for the 1999 shows

Lévy Gorvy (formerly Dominique Lévy / Galerie Perrotin),
    909 Madison Avenue (Upper East Side)

David Lewis, 88 Eldridge (Lower East Side)

Lisson, 504 West 24th (Chelsea)

Littlejohn Contemporary, 547 West 27th (Chelsea),
    but 41 East 57th (Midtown) till 2012

LMAK, 298 Grand (Lower East Side),
    but 139 Eldridge till fall 2015

Lodge, 131 Chrystie (Lower East Side)

Jane Lombard, 518 West 19th (Chelsea),
    but 531 West 26th (as Lombard-Fried) till mid-2010
    after 470 Broome (Soho) till 2009

Kristen Lorello, 195 Chrystie (Lower East Side)

Luhring Augustine, 531 West 24th (Chelsea)
    and 25 Knickerbocker (Bushwick),
    but 130 Prince (Soho) in 1997

Lu Magnus, 55 Hester (Lower East Side),
    but now closed

Luxembourg & Dayan, 64 East 77th (Upper East Side)

Lyles & King, 106 Forsyth (Lower East Side)

Maccarone, 630 Greenwich (West Village),
    but 45 Canal (Lower East Side) till 2007

Robert Mann, 525 West 26th (Chelsea)

Curt Marcus, 578 Broadway (Soho), but now closed

Marlborough, 545 West 25th (Chelsea) and 40 West 57th (Midtown)

Steffany Martz, 529 West 20th (Chelsea), but now closed

Kathryn Markel, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Matthew Marks, 502, 522, and 526 West 22nd
    and 523 West 24th (Chelsea)

Marvelli, formerly 526 West 26th (Chelsea), but now closed

Jason McCoy, 41 East 57th (Midtown),
    but 525 West 22nd (Chelsea) for Kaneda's show

Cheryl McGinnis, 466 Washington Street (Tribeca),
    with projects at Flatiron Prow Art Space, 175 Fifth Avenue,
    but 1287 Madison Avenue (Upper East Side) till 2009
    and then 555 Eighth Avenue (Garment District) till 2012

McKenzie, 55 Orchard (Lower East Side)

Mehr, 436 West 18th (Chelsea), but now closed

Andrea Meislin, 819 Madison Avenue (Upper East Side),
    but 534 West 24th (Chelsea) till mid-2016

Sara Meltzer, 525 West 26th (Chelsea), but now closed

Mesler Feuer (formerly Untitled), 30 Orchard (Lower East Side)

Metro Pictures, 513 West 24th (Chelsea),
    but 150 Greene (Soho) for Simmons's 1994 show

Magenta Plains, 94 Allen (Lower East Side)

Magnan Metz, 521 West 26th (Chelsea)

Ariel Meyerowitz, formerly 120 Eleventh Avenue (Chelsea),
    but now closed

Microscope, 1329 Willoughby (Bushwick)

Lawrence Miller, 20 West 57th (Midtown)

Robert Miller, 524 West 26th (Chelsea), but now closed

Yossi Milo, 525 West 25th (Chelsea)

Mitchell-Innes & Nash, 1018 Madison (Upper East Side)
    and 534 West 26th (Chelsea)

Mixed Greens, 531 West 26th (Chelsea), but now closed

Mnuchin (formerly L&M Arts), 45 East 78th (Upper East Side)

Achim Moeller, 167 East 73rd (Upper East Side)

Monitor, formerly 195 Chrystie (Lower East Side);
    but now Italy only

D. C. Moore, 535 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    but formerly 724 Fifth Avenue (Midtown)

Morgan Lehman, 534 West 24th (Chelsea),
    but 535 West 22nd till mid-2016

Mireille Mosler, 35 East 67th (Upper East Side)

Mulherin, 124 Forsyth (Lower East Side), but
    187 Chrystie (as Mulherin + Pollard) till mid-2014

Museum 52, 95 Rivington (Lower East Side) till 2009
    and then 2 East 2nd (East Village), but now closed

Newman Popiashvili, formerly 504 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    but now closed

New York Academy of Art, 111 Franklin (Tribeca)

New York Studio School, 8 West 8th (Greenwich Village)

David Nolan, 527 West 27th (Chelsea)

Norte Maar, 83 Wyckoff Avenue (Bushwick)

Annina Nosei, 530 West 22nd (Chelsea), but now closed

NURTUREart, 56 Bogart (Bushwick),
    but 910 Grand till mid-2011

Nyehaus, 358 West 20th (Chelsea)
    after opening years on Grammercy Park

Odetta, 229 Cook (Bushwick)

Claire Oliver, 513 West 26th (Chelsea)
    till-mid 2017, but now in transit

On Stellar Rays, 1 Rivington (Lower East Side),
    but 133 Orchard Street till mid-2013 and now closed

Pablo's Birthday, 57 Orchard (Lower East Side),
    but 528 Canal (Tribeca) till 2014

Pace, 32 East 57th (Midtown) and
    508, 510, and 534 West 25th (Chelsea),
    but once 545 West 22nd (Chelsea) and 142 Greene (Soho)

Parallel Art Space, 1717 Troutman (Bushwick), but now closed

Parker's Box, 193 Grand (Williamsburg), but now closed

Participant, Inc., 253 East Houston (Lower East Side),
    but 95 Rivington till 2007

Petzel, 456 West 18th (Chelsea),
    but 535 West 22nd till late 2012

Pierro, Baird Center, 5 Mead Street (South Orange, NJ)

Pierogi, 155 Suffolk (Lower East Side) and at times
    The Boiler@Pierogi, 191 North 14th (Williamsburg),
    but 177 North 9th till 2016

Point of View, 638 West 28th (Chelsea), but now closed

Postmasters, 54 Franklin (Tribeca),
    but 459 West 19th (Chelsea) till mid-2013
    and, originally, in the East Village

P.P.O.W., 535 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    but 555 West 25th till mid-2009,
    and then briefly 511 West 25th

Pratt Manhattan Gallery, 144 West 14th (Chelsea)

Simon Preston, 301 Broome (Lower East Side)

The Proposition, 28 East 10th (East Village),
    but formerly 2 Extra Place (Lower East Side)

Max Protech, 511 West 22nd (Chelsea), but now closed

Ramis Barquet, formerly 601 West 26th (Chelsea)
    but 532 West 24th till 2012 and now closed

Daniel Reich, 537A West 23rd (Chelsea), but now closed

Björn Ressle, 16 East 79th (Upper East Side)

Ricco Maresca, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Galerie Richard, 121 Orchard (Lower East Side),
    but 514 West 24th (Chelsea) till mid-2015

Yancey Richardson, 525 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    but 535 West 22nd till mid-2012

Rivington Arms, 4 East 2nd (East Village), but till 2006
    at 102 Rivington (Lower East Side), and now closed

Roebling Hall, 606 West 26th (Chelsea), and till 2004
    at 390 Wythe (Williamsburg), but now closed

Paul Rogers/9W, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Tyler Rollins, 529 West 20th (Chelsea)

Rooster, 190 Orchard (Lower East Side)

Andrea Rosen, 525 and 544 West 24th (Chelsea)

Michael Rosenfeld, 24 West 57th (Midtown)

Monya Rowe, 34 Orchard (Lower East Side),
    but now Florida only

Perry Rubenstein, 526/534 West 24th & 527 West 23rd (Chelsea)
    but now closed

Ryan Lee, 515 West 26th (Chelsea)

Safe-T, 111 Front (Dumbo), but now closed

Salander-O'Reilly, 20 East 79st till 2007, then
    22 East 71st (Upper East Side), but now closed

Salon 94, 1 Freeman Alley and 243 Bowery (Lower East Side),
     but formerly 12 East 94th (Upper East Side)

Sargent's Daughters (formerly Allegra LaViola),
    179 East Broadway (Lower East Side)

Julie Saul, 535 West 22nd (Chelsea)

Scaramouche, 52 Orchard (Lower East Side)

Sue Scott, 1 Rivington (Lower East Side), but now closed

Schroeder Romero & Shredder, 531 West 26th (Chelsea)
    till 2013 and 637 West 27th till 2010, but now closed

Kerry Schuss, 34 Orchard (Lower East Side)

Tony Shafrazi, 544 West 26th (Chelsea),
    after its Soho years at 119 Wooster

Jack Shainman, 513 West 20th (Chelsea)
    and now also 524 West 24th

Joe Sheftel, formerly 24a Orchard (Lower East Side), but now closed

Allen Sheppard, 530 West 25th (Chelsea), but now closed

Sikkema Jenkins (formerly Brent Sikkema), 530 West 22nd (Chelsea)

Bruce Silverstein, 535 West 24th (Chelsea)

Daniel Silverstein, 520 West 21st (Chelsea) till 2006,
    but now closed

65 Thompson, 65 Thompson (Soho), but now closed

Skarstedt, 20 East 79th (Upper East Side)

Sky Art, 505 Eleventh Avenue (Midtown West), but temporary

Smack Mellon, 92 Plymouth (Dumbo),
    after several years at 56 Water

Smith-Stewart, 53 Stanton (Lower East Side), but now closed

Reena Spaulings, 165 East Broadway (Lower East Side),
    after moving from 371 Grand

Sperone Westwater, 257 Bowery (Lower East Side),
    after years at 142 Greene (Soho)
    and then 415 West 13th (Chelsea)

Spike, 547 West 20th (Chelsea), but now closed

Station Independent, 138 Eldridge (Lower East Side)

Galerie St. Etienne, 24 West 57th (Midtown)

Craig F. Starr, 5 East 73rd (Upper East Side)

Allan Stone, 535 West 22nd (Chelsea),
    after years at 113 East 90th and, more briefly,
    then at 5 East 82nd (Upper East Side)

Storefront, 324 Ten Eyck (East Williamsburg),
    but 16 Wilson Avenue (Bushwick) till mid-2013

Stephan Stoyanov, 29 Orchard (Lower East Side),
    but now closed

Marc Straus, 299 Grand (Lower East Side)

Stux Haller 24 West 57th (midtown),
    but formerly (as Stux) 529 West 20th (Chelsea)
    and then 530 West 25th till mid-2014
    and (as Stephen Haller) 542 West 26th

Supreme Trading, 213 North 8th (Williamsburg), but now closed

Hollis Taggart, 958 Madison Avenue (Upper East Side)

Taxter & Spengemann, 504 West 22nd (Chelsea) till 2009,
    then 459 West 18th, but now closed

Team, 83 Grand (Soho), but
    527 West 26th (Chelsea) till mid-2006

Sara Tecchia, 529 West 20th (Chelsea), but now closed

Margaret Thatcher Projects, 539 West 23rd (Chelsea),
    but 529 West 20th for Tsao's 1998 show

Theodore:Art, 56 Bogart (Bushwick)

33 Orchard, 33 Orchard (Lower East Side),
    formerly Jane Kim, but now closed

Edward Thorp, 531 West 26nd (Chelsea), but formerly
    103 Prince (Soho) and then 210 Eleventh Avenue

Thread Waxing Space, 476 Broadway (Soho), but now closed

303 Gallery, 555 West 21th (Chelsea),
    but 507 West 24th till mid-2016,
    547 West 21st till mid-2013,
    and 525 West 22nd till 2010

Cristin Tierney, 540 West 28th (Chelsea)

Jack Tilton, 8 East 76th (Upper East Side),
    but 49 Greene (Soho) for Purdum's show

Remy Toledo, 529 West 20th (Chelsea), but now closed

Leslie Tonkonow, 535 West 22nd (Chelsea)

Triple Candie, 500 West 148th (Harlem), but now closed

Gallery Twenty-Four, 111 Front (Dumbo), but now closed

Ubu, 416 East 59th (Midtown),
    but formerly 16 East 78th (Upper East Side)

Rachel Uffner, 170 Suffolk (Lower East Side),
    but 47 Orchard till mid-2013

Unix, 532 West 24th (Chelsea)

Van de Weghe Fine Art, 521 West 23rd (Chelsea)

Van Doren Waxter, 23 East 73rd (Upper East Side),
    and 195 Chrystie (Lower East Side)
    but formerly (in part) Eleven Rivington and then 11R

Johannes Vogt, 55 Chrystie (Lower East Side),
    but 526 West 26th (Chelsea) till 2016

Von Lintel, 555 West 25th (Chelsea) and then
    520 West 23rd, but now LA only

Klaus von Nichtssagend, 54 Ludlow (Lower East Side)

Sylvia Wald and Po Kim, 417 Lafayette (Astor Place)

Wallspace, 619 West 27th (Chelsea), but now closed

Buddy Warren, 171 Chrystie (Lower East Side),
    but formerly 163 Chrystie (as Brian Morris)
    and 29 East 32nd (Murray Hill) and now closed

John Weber, 529 West 20th (Chelsea) after years
    at 142 Greene (Soho), but now closed

Mike Weiss, 520 West 24th (Chelsea), but now closed

Michael Werner, 4 East 77th (Upper East Side)

White Box, 329 Broome (Lower East Side),
    but 525 West 26th (Chelsea) till mid-2008

White Columns, 320 West 13th (West Village),
    but entry around the block on Horatio Street

Tracy Williams, Ltd., 55 Hester (Lower East Side),
    521 West 23rd (Chelsea) till mid-2015,
    and 313 West 4th (West Village) till 2010,
    but now closed

Winkleman, 621 West 27th (Chelsea) till mid-2014,
    and formerly Winkleman Plus Ultra (Williamsburg),
    but now closed

Witkin, 415 West Broadway (Soho), but now closed

X-Initiative, 548 West 22nd (Chelsea), but now closed

XL, 504 West 22nd (Chelsea), but now closed

Y Gallery, 319 Grand (Lower East Side),
    but 165 Orchard till mid-2015

The Yard, 106 West 32nd (Herald Square)

ZieherSmith (briefly Zieher Smith & Horton), in transit,
    but 516 West 20th (Chelsea) till mid-2017

Pavel Zoubok, 531 West 26nd (Chelsea)

Zürcher, 33 Bleecker (Nolita)

David Zwirner, 519, 525, and 533 West 19th
    and now also 537 West 20th (Chelsea)

Readings

Print Sources

Although I avoid footnotes like the plague, three longer articles cite some essentials:

Alternatively, ruin your art education with a few parodies—the docent tour from hell, a brief dictionary of art terms and techniques, and "artspeak" from other critics. (You mean they never taught it this way in school?)

Some Favorites on the Web

Here are some Web sites that I have bookmarked for my own utility, annoyance, or pleasure. Of course, so many artists have their own sites now that I do not pretend to keep up, much less to list them here! Many other bloggers report, briefly and enthusiastically, on the galleries they visit, with snapshots or amateur video. Since they do not interest me, I omit them.

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