55 Mercer Street Gallery, a Contemporary Art Gallery

The 55 Mercer Street Gallery began in Soho and is now called the M55 Art. The year was 1969 when the 55 Mercer Street Gallery was established. The 55 Mercer Street Gallery is a non-profit gallery and was started by like minded artists. The 55 Mercer Street Gallery brings in modern art to the general public to see, view and appreciate. The 55 Mercer Street Gallery gives its members the opportunity to display their work in an independent site. The 55 Mercer Street Gallery also does community outreach efforts by supporting curators and guest artists. The 55 Mercer Street Gallery is constantly re-evaluating submissions made by curators and artists a like.

At present the 55 Mercer Street Gallery is situated at the ground floor of the Long Island City Art Center. The 55 Mercer Street Gallery moved to this new location from its previous location in the year 2008. Member artists include as of present writing, Alexis Kuhr, Annette Morriss, Christine Baeumler, Douglas Witmer,Ed Rath, Jeff Way, Judy Russell, M.P. Landis, Michael Sanzone, Peter Charlap,Rand Hardy, Randee Silv, Richard Pitts, Robert Schecter, Stephen March,Tom Evans, Tyrome Tripoli and Yosuke Ito.

The 55 Mercer Street Gallery host various art display events, a good idea would be check with the 55 Mercer Street Gallery to get to know what events are being held at the gallery before one goes there. If one happened to go across the area of Long Island, or anywhere around the 55 Mercer Street Gallery and are in need of a New York hotel, a good place to stay would be the Millennium Broadway Hotel New York.

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