As of Today 21807 Blog Posts


White Columns is a not-for-profit gallery and New York’s oldest alternative art space. Founded in 1970 by Jeffrey Lew and Gordon Matta-Clark, this space presents everything from exhibitions to performances. White Columns is free-of-charge and always attracts a great audience to enjoy their events. The gallery provides the perfect platform for an eclectic group of artists, whilst creating themes in their group shows which are like no other. White Columns also has an online artist registry for artists who have no affiliation with a gallery in New York. Their curators often pull from this registry, like the current show “Registered” featuring work from Elena Bajo, Margarida Correia, Gregg Evans, and Claudia Weber.


White Columns is located on 320 West Horatio Street in Manhattan

Max says:
“I like this place a lot! I can't sign the 'book' for fear of contaminating the place........”
Posted over 5 years ago
Add Your Views
Please to comment.



Visual Arts
Performance Art