A place of creation. A melting pot. Since the days the neighborhood hummed with the sound of printing presses, the Seaport has been a center of culture. Seaport Arts carries that torch into new territory with its support of emerging and diverse talent. A robust roster of exhibitions and installations. A warm, inclusive community for all. Unique settings to showcase one-of-a-kind experiences. Art on the pier. Art on the cobblestones. Art in historic storefronts. Come and discover something new.
Immerse yourself in a world of boundless creativity at ‘Living Canvas,’ an artful day of creation and connection hosted by Bright Moments and the Seaport. Experience the union of diverse forms of artistic expression, from cutting-edge AI and generative art to the timeless traditions of painting, spray painting, and drawing.
Explore the untold stories hidden in the urban landscape through the lens of photographer Dave Krugman. Representing work that spans over a decade in cities around the world, the crypto art series takes its visual cues from science fiction classics like Blade Runner and The Matrix.
The early ’80s in New York City was the golden age of hip-hop, and photographer Janette Beckman was there to capture its rising stars. To mark the 50th anniversary of hip-hop’s birth, an exhibition of Beckman’s iconic images will be on display at the Seaport. Presented as part of the Photoville Festival.
A statement. An art form. A movement. You Are Not Alone Murals is a community-based art project that offers a message of hope, and aims to spark dialogue around mental health. This year, ten murals from ten artists will cover more than 160 feet in honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month.
For the fourth year, Waterfront Alliance presents a free outdoor exhibit of New York and New Jersey artists whose work is thematically tied to climate change and will inspire, inform, and engage the public about the urgency of the climate crisis.
Nuevayorkinos, a multimedia and archival project shares an exhibition of photographs and stories of Caribbean and Latin American immigrants to New York City. Presented as part of LMCC's 2023 River To River Festival.
Bright Moments New York is hosting a Solo Exhibition with Lars Wander, on view beginning June 13. The event will revolve around his latest project “FULL_SPECTRUM,” which was minted in early May during Bright Moments Tokyo.
Surreal photography. The Power of imagination and celebration of human creativity. “Fragments of the Dreams: A Surrealist Vision” invites viewers to step into a world where imagination knows no bounds. This captivating collection of works celebrates the innovative vision of photographers who dare to explore the realms of the subconscious.
The Creative Science Showcase exhibition is part of NEW INC’s art and technology festival DEMO2023, and is supported by Science Sandbox, an organization that supports boundary-pushing, interdisciplinary projects in science and culture.
SuperRare at 0x .17 Gallery will debut with a solo exhibition of seven artworks by renowned AI artist Claire Silver entitled Artifacts curated by SuperRare’s Mika Bar-On Nesher. The exhibition showcases seven artworks based on different philosophies and questions about our future with AI across different mediums.
TUR is a series of 444 towering fictional works of architecture, created over the past year using AI, and minted next week on the Ethereum blockchain. The artist known as Ganchitecture remains anonymous, but often attends their own openings unannounced. In their stead, Adam will represent the project on opening evening.
Welcome to HUG’s debut exhibition, Enter The Inclusiverse, at 0x.17 Gallery, where the delightful and decentralized world of digital art awaits. This collection, curated by their global community of art collectors, features works from diverse creators spanning mediums, miles, and experiences. Embark on a new journey of art discovery and collecting by stepping into the inclusiverse today.
Generative art. IRL minting. Be a part of the dynamic digital art movement here at the Seaport. Bright Moments New York is a new semi-permanent gallery at 204 Front Street, open for exhibitions and community events from April through June, 2023. Debuting with Emily Edelman’s Agar on April 11, the space will become a vibrant hub for emerging art and exciting developments in the Web3 and generative art worlds.
Each piece represents water in its own distinctive way, manipulating pixels into that most primitive of substances that we originated from and hold within us. In this way, each artist finds their own place on the boundary between industry and nature.
Skate beneath the Northern Lights right here at the Seaport. Aurora, an overheard light installation designed by Ithaca Studio, brings the magic of the Northern Lights to the Ice Rink. More than 4,000 individually controlled overhead lights will emulate the star-lit sky so skaters can sail on ice beneath a close-to-lifelike Aurora Borealis.
Explore works from the coveted collection of Jamie George and Harris Lipton. For the first time, George and Lipton will show key works from their shared collection in a physical gallery. The exhibition marks a moment in time for NFTs and digital art collecting and points to an exciting future for the medium.
A statement. An art form. A movement. You Are Not Alone Murals is a community-based art project that offers a message of hope, and aims to spark dialogue around mental health. This year, seven murals from nine artists will cover more than 90 feet in honor of July being BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month.
Dreams. Memories. Fantasies. Imaginations. This is the world of Sleep to Dream by Shaniqwa Jarvis, SN37 Gallery’s fifth show at the Seaport. Showcasing photographs and one print on silk, the exhibition explores the hazy space where photography and dreamscape meet.
Rural America. Bold portraiture. Step inside the diverse and ever-evolving queer rodeo circuit. For its fourth exhibition, the Seaport’s SN37 Gallery welcomes the work of filmmaker and photographer Luke Gilford. National Anthem features large-scale prints of Gilford’s images that capture the deep kinship in the queer rodeo world.
Light. Color. Architecture. Experience it all at the two newest installations on Pier 17, two colorful acrylic and steel houses by Brooklyn-based artist Tom Fruin. These houses are a part of the ICON series, a collection of public art works designed to make viewers reimagine the buildings and structures around them in a new way.
Historic photographs. Current reflections. Past and present meet at the Seaport in the new immersive art installation of Lenticular Histories. The pieces were created by Rose DeSiano as part of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's 21st annual River To River Festival, Downtown New York City’s leading free summer arts festival held June 18-29.
Fine art. Fashion. Family. And everything in between. It’s all on display at American Black Beauty Vol. 1, the second exhibition at the SN37 Gallery, by photographer & filmmaker Micaiah Carter. The photography features Black men and women, drawing attention to the void in representation on both sides of the camera.
Movement. Life. Unbridled exuberance. It was all on display at Go Home, the inaugural SN37 exhibition by photographer & filmmaker Tyrell Hampton. A primarily black and white selection of images of partygoers evokes a fantastical world of the choreography of moving through a dark club.
Street style. Everyday people. Famous New Yorkers. No one captured the city quite like Bill Cunningham. Explore the journey through the legendary photographer’s work—and into the cultural fabric of the city.
The Seaport’s gallery walk, the Magic HOUR, was named for the “dusk” New York City found itself in during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Range of Multidisciplinary Work That Speaks to Resilience of Youth Culture and the Building of Community.
Kareem Fletcher’s latest artwork representing diversity, unity, and equality.