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NoHo Loft
From $500/hr
NoHo Loft
New York, NY
Welcome to NYC’s most sought after venue! The Loft at SHOWFIELDS is the ideal place to host your next corporate and/or social event. This NoHo event space is designed to look and feel like a loft apartment with its open floor plan, abundance of natural light and private rooftop terrace. The space includes a chic lounge, table and chairs to seat 20, and a state of the art chef’s kitchen. This 4th floor space is super flexible and can be used year-round, as the roof is tented and heated during the colder months. Each rental comes with a dedicated team member to help bring your event to life, from start to finish!
From $120/hr
LES Gallery & Yoga Studio with Wooden Beams
New York, NY
This open space is situated in the Lower East Side/Chinatown and within a 50,000 sqft charming boutique building that was formerly home and recording studio to the Beastie Boys in their early career. Our 1,040 square foot studio features wooden beams across the ceiling and windows allowing for natural light and fresh air. The studio is a column-free open layout and has hardwood floors. Elevator building. Temperature controlled HVAC. This space is ideal for an art gallery, yoga/meditation studio, film/photo shoots, digital content creation, and learning pods for students preferring private education. Many public and charter schools are in the neighborhood, and this is a quite space away across from Sara Roosevelt Park yet away from the hustle and bustle around the corner on Canal Street. If additional space is required, there are other studios on the floor that can be rented for check-in, breakout or storage areas. We are located on Chrystie Street (between Canal and Hester), directly across from a park. It's a short 2-minute walk from the Grand Street B/D express trains and half a block from Canal Street which has access to numerous subway lines including J/Z/6/N/R/Q/W/F. Easy access via the Manhattan Bridge to/from Brooklyn. Chrystie Street has a bike path with several Citibike stations nearby.
From $735/hr
Atrium & Meeting Room
New York, NY
A convertible space on the second level with two rooms in one. The minimal, secluded meeting room can be connected to or separated from a spacious atrium suitable for receptions or meetings, featuring an artful skylight that fills the space with warm natural light. This unique space is available for a variety of events, such as: -Business meetings -Receptions -Workshops -Film shoots -Photo shoots Capacity: Meeting Room - Meeting 12; Reception 15 Atrium - Meeting 22; Reception 35 Distanced capacity - 13 (4 for meeting room, 9 for atrium)
From $3000/hr
Dynamic White Box Space in the heart of Soho
New York, NY
This activation space in Soho boasts prime real estate in the heart of a bustling neighborhood. This 2000 sq. ft. space is a perfect blank canvas. Most exceptionally, the event space lives alongside a dynamic multi-merchant marketplace. The activation space can be closed off for private events with a separate entrance on Prince Street, or opened up to the market floor for maximum visibility and traffic flow. Let’s create an extraordinary experience!
From $325/hr
Sunlit Penthouse in Heart of Meatpacking
New York, NY
Located in a historic penthouse in the heart of Meatpacking. Our flexible, newly renovated loft functions as a premier showroom and event space. This one of a kind space features 5,000 square feet of exposed wood beams, abundant natural light, and 360-degree views of the Meatpacking skyline.
From $750/hr
Library building with archives: Location 2839
New York, NY
Library building with archives, maps and books Hourly rate shown is based on a still photo shoot with a crew/talent size of 15 or less for a minimum of 10 hours. To inquire about availability and rates for filming and/or larger impact bookings, send a message with the following details: - Job Name: - Job Type (Film, TV, Commercial, Photo, Music Video, etc.): - Dates Needed: - # of Hours Needed: - Specific Times Needed: - Areas of Location Needed: - Cast & Crew/Attendees Size:
From $1000/hr
Modern Deco Meatpacking/Chelsea Venue
New York, NY
Modern Open Multi floor deco venue perfect for events, production, and production holding. Open format first floor with bathrooms at rear. Each floor has a bar for events or production that needs that in shots. Ability to modify deco an option for production also with consult from in house creative director.
From $1700/hr
Most Spectacular Theater in New York with Lavishly Eclectic Interior
New York, NY
Our Theater is a a hub of creative expression and personal growth designed with and for the community. It is a transformational organization and venue that fuses spirituality, art, education, and entertainment. This spectacular theater is Manhattan’s 4th largest theatre featuring a distinctly unique fusion of decorative styles and symbolic motifs.
From $583/hr
Mid-Manhattan hub for creativity & events
New York, NY
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is the world's most popular modern dance company. Its home in midtown Manhattan (New York, NY) is an 87,000 square foot, glass-clad building which contains 16 rehearsal studios, a 275-seat theater, and two combinable conference rooms which can seat up to 50 people. Ailey rents its spaces out for film/video/photo shoots, rehearsals and performances, corporate meetings, weddings and other special events.
From $533/hr
Williamsburg Event Space w/ Piano and Sound System
New York, NY
A unique event space with a very chill atmosphere. There are couches surrounding a piano with a small staging area for an intimate staging setup. Ground floor loft-like space. 2nd floor walk-up no-elevator event/shoot space. Some roof access.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Gallery spaces in New York, NY?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $120 to $3000

Which Gallery spaces are most popular in New York, NY in 2020?

Here are a top 3 most popular locations NoHo Loft, LES Gallery & Yoga Studio with Wooden Beams and Atrium & Meeting Room

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About New York

Nicknamed the “Big Apple,” New York is one of the most iconic cities in the world and a major hub in the worlds of art, fashion, and design. It’s home to outstanding museums and galleries, legendary live music venues, and the most famous address in the finance industry - Wall Street.

There are few places more energized to host an art exhibition than New York, with countless gallery spaces that range from undiscovered to world-renowned. The city is home to plenty of creative people whose talents you can draw on, from florists and photographers to the artists themselves.

Gallery Space Options in New York

Already found your gallery space in New York? Ensure your exhibition or event meets your vision with the help of the city’s experienced vendors.

  • Florists
    Floral bouquets and botanical features will add color, fragrance, and sophistication to your NYC gallery space. The city’s talented florists can satisfy your needs, no matter the style of bouquet or flower varieties you prefer.

  • Caterers
    If you want to provide food and drinks during your exhibition, look no further than New York’s catering companies. They can deliver everything from bite-size hors d'oeuvres to hearty meals that will keep your gallery staff energized.
  • Photographer
    Capture all the moments from your exhibition with the help of a professional photographer who will document all the people and artwork at your event. The images can later be used to promote your next exhibition on your website and social media channels.
  • Staff
    Need staff to serve drinks or assist with setting up your gallery venue? New York features plenty of recruitment agencies who can do the hard work of finding and vetting staff for you.

  • Furniture Rentals
    Some gallery spaces come with all the furnishings you need, while others may need a few additions. There are numerous equipment rental companies in New York where you can find everything from tables and chairs to sound and audio gear.

Event Planning Companies in New York

Need help finding your gallery space or planning your exhibition? The city’s experienced event management companies can handle all of the logistics for you.

  • Brilliant Event Planning
    Brilliant Event Planning specializes in events with a touch of luxury, particularly weddings. But they can turn their hand to organizing spontaneous events and gallery exhibitions, no matter the style or genre.
  • FÊTE
    FÊTE is one of the leading event management companies in New York and has appeared in publications that include Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. It was established in 2002 and offers a range of services for planning and executing your exhibition, with a talented team of in-house vendors to draw on.

  • Twenty Three Layers
    Twenty Three Layers’ previous clients include Airbnb, Google, and Spotify, which is a testament to their reputation as a trusted event management company. They specialize in experiential events, including both corporate and social projects, while covering everything from catering to live entertainment.

Pros and Cons of Art Shows in New York

When looking for a gallery space in NYC, it’s important to weigh the city’s advantages and disadvantages before making a decision.


  • Diverse choice of venues
    From stunning penthouses to light-filled lofts, New York boasts a diverse choice of gallery spaces to select from. You can find industrial warehouses and architecturally-impressive homes with the aesthetic you desire.

  • Easy transportation options
    With its extensive subway system, New York City is relatively easy to get around. Above ground, you’ll find iconic yellow taxis, as well as shared-ride services.
  • Arts scene
    New York is a global hub in the art world, with both emerging and established artists calling the Big Apple “home.” This means that you’ll have plenty of people interested in attending art exhibitions and a buzzing, networking vibe.
  • Experienced vendors
    From caterers to photographers and talented florists, New York has no shortage of experienced vendors who will help you deliver a memorable event.
  • Cultural diversity
    New York City is home to people from all corners of the globe, with diverse artistic backgrounds and interests. This means that you’re highly likely to attract a crowd, no matter how niche your exhibition is.


  • High property prices
    New York City’s property prices are sky-high, which means you’ll probably pay more to rent a gallery space here than in other major cities across the United States.

  • Crowds
    New York has a reputation for being a crowded city. Waiting in line is part of day-to-day life here and something to be prepared for.

  • Unfavorable weather
    Fall and spring bring mild weather to New York, but summers are often hot and muggy. At the other end of the spectrum are the city’s notoriously cold and snowy winters, which might not be the best time to host an exhibition.

  • Cleanliness
    With garbage piled high on the sidewalks in some areas, New York isn’t the cleanest city in the United States.
  • Noise
    Whether it’s emergency service sirens or garbage collection trucks, New York is noisy at all hours of the day and night. Construction works are also never-ending in the city and add to the constant drone.

Famous Locations in New York

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Home to more than two million works, The Met is one of the most-visited art museums in the world, with its collection including pieces from classical antiquity, European masters, and contemporary American works. The main gallery is located along Museum Mile on the edge of Central Park, with a smaller collection at The Cloisters at Fort Tryon Park.
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
    Occupying a striking building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, The Guggenheim is renowned for its collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and Modern works. It’s based on the private collection of its founder, Solomon R. Guggenheim, an affluent businessman.

  • The High Line
    Originally a railway line, The High Line is an inspiring walkway that meanders above the streets of New York. It’s dotted with art installations, making it somewhat like an open-air art gallery, accompanied by elevated views across the city.