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John Chiaverina, "Puppets, Bagels, and Amphibian Usher: At David Kirshoff’s ‘Postictal Paradise’ at 321 Gallery in Brooklyn," ARTNews, December 8, 2016

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321 Gallery is an artist-run space located on the garden level of a brownstone in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, founded in 2012.

Open Saturdays 12–5 PM or by appointment.

Email inquiries may be directed to

We are currently unable to accept proposals for exhibitions.

The gallery is not wheelchair accessible.



Web design by Rory King.
Photos by Daniel Terna, Courtesy 321 Gallery (unless otherwise noted).