321 Gallery is an artist-run space located on the garden level of a residential brownstone. Founded in 2012, the gallery's mission is to highlight underrepresented artists while providing a platform for a range of curatorial endeavors.
Open Saturdays 12–5 PM or by appointment.
Email inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently unable to accept proposals for exhibitions.
Andrew Nunes, The Outfits Rachel Wore on “Friends” Get Turned into Art, Vice: The Creators Project, April 30, 2017
Rachel Miller, “Best in Show: Brooklyn at NADA and SPRING/BREAK,” Brooklyn Magazine, March 4, 2017
Anne Doran and Andrew Russeth, “Fair’s Fare: Highlights from NADA New York,” ArtNews, March 3, 2017
Scott Indrisek, “Think Art Is Overly Academic? You’re Wrong,” The Observer, March 3, 2017
John Chiaverina, "Puppets, Bagels, and Amphibian Usher: At David Kirshoff’s ‘Postictal Paradise’ at 321 Gallery in Brooklyn," ArtNews, December 8, 2016
Chris Wiley, "Goings On About Town: Evan Whale," New Yorker, October, 2016
Aimee Lusty, "Review: Evan Whale, i heard, as it were, the noise of thunder," SciArt Magazine, October 26, 2016
Stephen Westfall, "Frederick Terna by Stephen Westfall," BOMB Magazine, BOMB 136, Summer 2016
Karen Rosenberg, "Karen Rosenberg's Picks From NADA New York 2016," Artspace, April 26, 2016
Kari Rittenbach, "Paul McMahon," Artforum, January 2016 (PDF)
Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley, "Thursday Links: Have a Nice Day," ArtFCity, October 29, 2015
John Chiaverina, "Magic Numbers: 'Pictures' Artist Paul McMahon, 'The Troubadour King of Woodstock,' Sets Up in Brooklyn," ArtNews, October 28, 2015
Website/Design by Rory King
Photos by Daniel Terna, Courtesy 321 Gallery (unless noted otherwise).