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White Columns

On view in New York, NY

Founded in October 1970, and originally known as “112 Greene Street,” White Columns is New York’s oldest not-for-profit, alternative art space. We are currently celebrating our 50th anniversary. For five decades we have provided an independent platform for artists—from all backgrounds—who have yet to benefit from wider critical, curatorial or commercial support.

For NADA Miami we are presenting recent works by Diane Kotila and Maya Stovall, whose New York solo debut exhibitions are currently on view at the gallery. We are also launching the White Columns’ 2020 Print Portfolio, featuring six screen prints by Marina Adams, Ellen Berkenblit, Julia Chiang, Marc Hundley, Joan Jonas, and Eric N. Mack, in addition to a recent group of our innovative “Xerox” print editions by Janice Guy, Grant Levy-Lucero, and Ricky Swallow.


Website: whitecolumns.org

Email: [email protected]