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Welcome to the Gallatin Galleries. Our goal is to engage with contemporary social issues through a broad spectrum of contemporary art, documents and events. The Galleries opened in March 2009 as part of the  Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU.

The Gallatin Galleries opened in Spring 2009 and has since hosted curated shows exploring contemporary ideas in a variety of media, exhibitions of student work, and, faculty projects. With three floors in the Gallatin building and a ground floor space with windows onto Washington Place, the gallery is a site of conversation within Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU and with the larger community. The gallery continually pushes to seek out new ways of understanding contemporary issues through the lens of art by student and professional artists.

1 Washington Pl @ Broadway
New York, NY 10003  •  Get Directions: Map

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SUMMER HOURS Mon – Thu.: 10am – 7pm. • Fri.: 10 am – 4 pm • Sat & Sun: Closed.

September to June 1 Hours Mon – Fri: 10am – 7pm. • Sat: 10 am – 4 pm. • Sun: Closed.

Your thoughts and suggestions may be sent to Curator Keith Miller, km96@nyu.edu

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Keith Miller has been the curator of the Gallatin Galleries since it opened in 2008. Prior to that he wqas the founding curator of the SAC Gallery at Stony brtook University from 2001 to 200, and has curated over forty thematic gallery and museum exhibitions. His curatorial practice begins from the premise that the gallery is a site for engaged political conversation. He has been a part time professor at Gallatin School for Individualized Study at NYU since 2006 and was awarded the Gallatin School Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2014.
He is a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow, a 2014 Jerome Fellow and works as a filmmaker, artist, and curator. His paintings and videos have been shown in various solo and group shows throughout the world. His film Five Star won Best Editing for a Narrative Feature at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, where it premiered, and had its international premiere at the Venice Biennale. Five Star can be seen on Netflix. His first feature film, Welcome to Pine Hill, was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at Slamdance Film Festival 2012 and at the Atlanta Film Festival, and several other awards. He is the co-creator of the 2016 Brooklynification, a comedy series on BRIC TV.

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Ben Searles is a Gallatin sophomore, and a filmmaker and photographer. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, and now lives in Brooklyn. In his free time he likes looking at memes.

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Mariana Suchodolski is a grad student at Gallatin, and spends most of her time thinking about art education, wellness and social engagement.