Inwood Art Works strives to showcase and celebrate the amazing local artistic talent by organizing curated contemporary group exhibitions of established and emerging artists from the Inwood community. We hope to eventually establish a permanent gallery space as part of a cultural arts hub in Northern Manhattan.
Artists with questions about submitting their work for consideration in our events should contact us. We currently have an open call for submissions for the upcoming exhibition, Bridging the Invisible Divide (see below).
Focus on PhotographyInwood, are you ready for your close-up? Focus on Photography is a pop-up art exhibition celebrating the work of Inwood photographers and art that connects to the community’s vibrant uptown culture.
This curated exhibition runs October 5-29 at the Inwood Art Works Gallery at 4857 Broadway (“The Stack”) between 204th Street and Academy Street. Featured artists will include: Robert and Robbie Bailey, Bruce Katz, Stephen Mallon, Tom Okada, Luis Pons, Cristobal Vivar, and Bob Wagner.
Bridging the Invisible Divide
There is an invisible divide that seemingly separates the social, political, racial, and religious worlds in Northern Manhattan. Bridging the Invisible Divide is a local artist exhibition and fundraising auction for Inwood Art Works that bridges the Broadway divide, presenting Northern Manhattan as one unified neighborhood and celebrating the local visual artists of Inwood and Washington Heights.
The exhibition runs from November 2-19. Local artists have until October 21 to submit work for consideration. Full submission and general information can be found HERE.