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    • 1.
      9.7
      106 W 29th St (at 6th Ave.)
      Art Gallery
      • Sergey N.

        Sergey N. • March 11, 2012Cool venue, go right across the street to the new age cafeteria, great food all around.

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    • 2.
      9.5
      333 E 47th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • Sandra L.

        Sandra L. • August 30, 2010The Japanese classes here are great, really cheap, and in the evenings. They also go up to a really high level. Awesome way to learn Japanese or pick it back up/maintain it.

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    • 3.
      9.4
      555 W 24th St (10th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • John A.

        John A. • November 15, 2014Traditional multiroom gallery space, but large enough to hold fun and bright, giant Takashi Murikami pieces. Location on 24th Street is good to catch multiple other galleries on the same block.

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    • 4.
      9.4
      450 W 15th St (btwn 9th & 10th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • Leah K.

        Leah K. • August 15, 2011Love the whiskey bar on the 8th floor!!

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    • 5.
      9.3
      1133 Avenue of the Americas (btwn 43rd & 44th St.)
      Art Gallery
      • Rae G.

        Rae G. • July 28, 2009The venue is always rotating out obscure and well known artists. I could linger all day, even though it is a small venue

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    • 6.
      9.2
      529 W 20th St (at 10th Ave.)
      Art Gallery
      • Donia

        Donia • August 7, 2014One of the few galleries in Manhattan catering to the new contemporary, pop surreal, & street art. They can get crowded at openings.

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    • 7.
      9.2
      643 Park Ave (at E 67th St.)
      Art Gallery
      • Irma Z.

        Irma Z. • January 23Winter antiques show. Fabulous pieces and great to experience every eccentric, monied NYer.

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    • 8.
      9.2
      325 W 38th St (8th ave)
      Art Gallery
      • Donia

        Donia • August 7, 2014Dark & creepy tattoo lair downstairs, classic & clean art gallery on the main floor, gothy lounge up in the loft space. Great space, sexy dark arts.

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    • 9.
      9.1
      1000 5th Ave (82nd Street)
      Art Gallery
      • Nicole C.

        Nicole C. • 3 weeks agoBest part of the Met is this exhibit. Very beautiful and informative. Depth. Loved it.

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    • 10.
      9.1
      510 W 25th St (btwn 10th & 11th Ave.)
      Art Gallery
      • Tiffany & Co

        Tiffany & Co • June 1, 2011Chelsea is positively pulsing with excitement, creativity and energy. And there’s no better place to experience the world’s contemporary art scene than Pace Gallery.

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    • 11.
      9.0
      257 Bowery (Gansevoort St)
      Art Gallery
      • Krıstófer-Þórır D.

        Krıstófer-Þórır D. • April 5, 2014Minimalist edifice designed by Norman Foster (London City Hall & The Gherkin). Always cool exhibitions here. By appointment only on mondays .

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    • 12.
      8.9
      525 W 19th St (btw 10th & 11th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • Tiffany & Co

        Tiffany & Co • June 1, 2011Chelsea’s exhilarating mix of cutting-edge masterworks should not be missed by lovers and lovers of the visual arts. Steal away for a weekday afternoon and check out the David Zwirner gallery.

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    • 13.
      8.9
      18 Wooster St
      Art Gallery
      • Michele M.

        Michele M. • April 16, 2013Allez les suisses! Kick f... SoHo crowd out and enjoy art!

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    • 14.
      8.9
      Art Gallery
      • Pierce F.

        Pierce F. • July 6, 2013Fun fact! I was a minor in art history in college!

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    • 15.
      8.8
      530 W 25th St (10th avenue)
      Art Gallery
      • Paul W.

        Paul W. • April 13, 2010See the Brick by Brick exhibit...amazing! Other featured artists are also quite fantastic.

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    • 16.
      8.9
      The Metropolitan Museum of Art
      Art Gallery
      • Vivianne V.

        Vivianne V. • September 11, 2012A collection of works at the Egyptian is odd.The diversity of themes, styles, periods is fantastic. One of the museums and space whose works are always very clean. Impeccable.

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    • 17.
      8.9
      20 Rockefeller Plaza (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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      • HUGO BOSS

        HUGO BOSS • November 3, 2010Ten Warhol works, including “Green Car Crash (Green Burning Car),” sold for $136.7 million here in May 2007, setting a then-record for a contemporary artist in a single sale. (via ARTINFO)

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    • 18.
      8.9
      536 Laguardia Pl (btwn Bleecker & W. 3rd)
      Art Gallery
      • Cari

        Cari • July 7, 2011great little exhibit space in the west village

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    • 19.
      8.9
      522 W 21st St (btw 10th & 11th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • John A.

        John A. • November 15, 2014Nice open single room gallery space.. Picasso exhibit is terrific.

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    • 20.
      8.8
      509 W 24th St (10th Ave.)
      Art Gallery
      • Macelleria

        Macelleria • December 20, 2011A must: browse the entire West Chelsea gallery drag along West 10th and 11th aves.

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    • 21.
      8.8
      The Metropolitan Museum of Art
      Art Gallery
      • Rodrigo A.

        Rodrigo A. • December 28, 2014My favorite museum, art pieces are amazing, lot of history, perfect to bring kids to teach them (bring sneakers)

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    • 22.
      8.7
      511 W 18th St (Tenth Ave.)
      Art Gallery
      • Vivian V.

        Vivian V. • January 18Make sure you catch the view and grab a complimentary espresso shot! The current exhibition is "moun room". Story behind it is pretty romantic.

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    • 23.
      8.8
      1334 York Ave (at E 72nd St)
      Art Gallery
      • BLOUIN ARTINFO

        BLOUIN ARTINFO • May 14, 2010An Andy Warhol self-portrait sold for a record $32.6m on May 12, 2010, at the auction house's contemporary art sale. The painting is the most expensive work of 1980s art ever sold at auction.

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    • 24.
      8.7
      141 Wooster St (btw Prince St and Houston St)
      Art Gallery
      • Carolina M.

        Carolina M. • May 25, 2011The dirt in this room hasn't been changed since '77 and is watered on a regular basis. In addition, seedlings and mushrooms have been known to spring up.

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    • 25.
      8.7
      670 Broadway (btwn Bond & Great Jones)
      Art Gallery
      • Brandon F.

        Brandon F. • January 26, 2011A quick hit of stellar photography by those shooting through Leica. Exhibitions are frequent and the cheap photo table books are still a great deal.

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    • 26.
      8.7
      101 Spring St (Mercer St)
      Art Gallery
      • naveen

        naveen • June 21, 2014A must to round out your knowledge of Donald Judd, of SoHo of years past. An incredibly beautiful, peaceful space. Do be sure to schedule your tour late afternoon; sunset makes the floors richer.

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    • 27.
      8.6
      545 W 25th St (10th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • ThePurplePassport.com

        ThePurplePassport.com • August 7, 2012Galleries like this one alternate with funky shops, cool cafés, and the High Line (which cuts through the center of the neighborhood), making this a great area to spend a cultured weekend afternoon.

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    • 28.
      8.6
      393 W Broadway (btwn Spring & Broome St)
      Art Gallery
      • Jon S.

        Jon S. • March 1, 2012take your coffee breaks here. just sit on the chair and unfocus into the distance. note: it's closed monday and tuesday.

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    • 29.
      8.7
      724 5th Ave
      Art Gallery
      • The New Yorker

        The New Yorker • February 15, 2011After opening in 1950, the gallery amounted to a salon for the New York School of poets, publishing the first or second books of John Ashbery, Frank O’Hara, James Schuyler and Barbara Guest.

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    • 30.
      8.6
      547 W 27th St, Fl 4 (11th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • Babi C.

        Babi C. • February 7, 2013All the Books i've seeing are interresting. But my favorite today is Barbara Cane's "Private Views". Small, simple and sutile!

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