Hionas Gallery: The Place Where Art Trends Live

Hionas Gallery opened its doors to the public in spring 2011. At the time, the gallery was located at 89 Franklin Street in Tribeca, but two years later, it moved to the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Today, Hionas Gallery is back to Tribeca, with a beautiful space at 356 Broadway.

Hionas Gallery is focused on contemporary art. Its main objective is cooperation with talented emerging artists who are not widely known yet but deserve the spotlight. These artists are exhibited at monthly solo shows organized by the gallery to promote their art and express their unique visual perception.

Hionas Gallery represents many contemporary artists working in all variety of media. These include Siri Berg, Karlos Carcamo, Dennis Hollingsworth, Jill Levine, Guillermo Pfaff, David Rhodes, Rebecca Smith, and Joan Waltemath. Some of these names are new to the world of art, but their works are definitely worth the attention of the art community and collectors of contemporary art. Hionas Gallery strongly invites everyone to visit its exhibitions and get acquainted with the latest art trends and artworks by the gallery’s artists.

It is also important to note that Hionas Gallery does not miss the opportunity to take part in the reputable international art fairs held in the United States. For example, the gallery participated in VOLTA New York in 2014, 2015, and 2016 (featuring Siri Berg, Guillermo Pfaff, and Joan Waltemath), Dallas Art Fair in 2014 (featuring Marina Adams, Siri Berg, Karlos Cárcamo, David Rhodes, and Rebecca Smith), and NADA New York in 2014 (featuring  Karlos Cárcamo).

We also highly recommend that you visit the upcoming “Body\object” exhibition by Amanda Church and John Franklin. It will run at Hionas Gallery from October 12 to November 2, with the opening reception on October 12, 4pm-6pm.

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