Andrew Durbin, "Ballantine’s and Nokia Phones: Artist Paul Kopkau Explores Consumerist Desire and Despair," Pin-Up Magazine, October 4, 2019

Paul Kopkau, "Plexi Devil: The Artist Raque Ford Claims Her Space Through Sculpture," Pin-Up Magazine, July, 2019

"Gallery Peeping: Summer Blockbusters 2019," Cultured Magazine, June 17, 2019

Will Heinrich, "What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week," New York Times, June 27, 2018

Andrew Russeth, "The Year in, and Beyond, New York Galleries—Plus a Top 10 from Around the World," ARTNews, December 27, 2017

Loney Abrams, "5 Not-to-Miss Sculptures at NADA Miami 2017," Artspace Magazine, December 9, 2017

Andrew Russeth, "34 Artworks I Would Like to Acquire from NADA Miami 2017," ARTNews, December 7, 2017

"Patton Hindle, Kickstarter's Director of Arts, Describes Her Favorite Works from NADA Miami 2017," Artspace Magazine, November 28, 2017

"21c Curator Alice Gray Stites's Favorite Artworks From NADA Miami 2017," Artspace Magazine, November 28, 2017

Sam Korman, "The Whitney Biennial is not the only story in town, as this roundup of exhibitions reveals," ArtReview, May 2017

Wendy Syfret, "From Dave Navarro to Rachel Green, Am Schmidt understands the art of celebrity," i-D, May 26, 2017

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



⁕ Freya Powell, Mnemosyne Atlas 2016 Book Launch and Performance, October 21, 2017

Reading Frequencies is reading of words from this edition of Mnemosyne Atlas in order of frequency of word use. While seemingly data driven Reading Frequencies reorders the text to focus on the moments when the individual points to the collective through the use of language and explored through a growing chorus of voices.

Listen to Paul McMahon's Loss at NADA Presents, recorded by Know Wave, March 3, 2017

⁕ Women's March Poster Making Workshop, Wednesday, January 18, 2017

⁕ GETHENS by LL, LLC at 321 Gallery (video)

⁕ Paul McMahon ND Linda Montano, Thursday, October 22, 2015

⁕ Solipsistic Trollop Mystic Reading, Friday, March 27, 2015

Jake Borndal, Savannah Knoop, Sara Knox Hunter, Sarah Rodigari, Kate Scherer, and others will read from the artist's book Solipsistic Trollop Mystic and share words from additional texts brought in the day of.

⁕ False Scent Performances, September 13–October 19, 2014

Cammisa Buerhaus: In the Mirror I'm Full Length, 321 Gallery, September 21, 2014 (video)

Sam Davis: Dog Flesh Special, at 321 Gallery, October 11, 2014 (video)

Erin Jane Nelson: Personal Upgrade (live score by Craig Dermody), at 321 Gallery, September 21, 2014 (video)

⁕ luckyday screening, Saturday, July 26, 2014

⁕ Pakui Hardware Performance, May 17, 2014



To purchase publications, contact

Mnemosyne Atlas 2016, Freya Powell, Perfect bound book, 9.68 x 7.44 inches, Unlimited edition

Weavers Discourse: Fragments, No. 1 Origins, Sophy Naess, Design by Adam O'Reilly, 7.25 x 5 inches, April 2016

⁕ Untitled Publication, printed on occasion of The Limited Sphere, poem by Christopher Rey Pérez, images by Barbara Ess, 46 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, January 2016

GETHENS by LL, LLC Lookbook, Lia Lowenthal, digital offset book, 24 pages, 7 x 5 inches, edition of 100, October 2015

44, Paul McMahon, Foreword by Anthony Haden-Guest, black and white, 88 pages, 11 x 8.5 inches, published by 321 Gallery, September 2015

Solipsistic Trollop Mystic, Jake Borndal, with contributions by Savannah Knoop and Kate Scherer, 82 pages, 5 x 5 inches, limited edition, February 2015

Rios & Fields, USB Bracelet, Raque Ford and Erika Hickle, November 2014

Fierce (Untitled), Am Schmidt, designed by Alex Witjas, essay by Daniel Terna, printed by Jesse Hlebo, Brian Whateverer, and Minuteman Press, April 2014

321 Gallery is an artist-run space located on the garden level of a brownstone in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. 321’s first exhibition, a one-day show in June 2012, was followed by a three-person show in March 2013. Since February 2014, 321 has continued to mount solo and group shows for a multi-generational group of emerging artists both in the gallery and at art fairs such as Material (CDMX), NADA (NY and Miami), and Untitled (San Francisco). 321 has presented screenings, performances, hosted artist talks, and published books. Past exhibitions have been recognized by The New York Times, The New Yorker, Artforum, Apartamento, PIN-UP, ArtNews, BOMB Magazine, ArtReview, and Vice, among others.

Open Saturdays and Mondays 12–5 PM and by appointment.

Email inquiries may be directed to

We are currently unable to accept proposals for exhibitions.

Please be advised that the gallery is not wheelchair accessible. We apologize for any inconvenience.



Website by Rory King.
Photos by Daniel Terna, Courtesy 321 Gallery.