Welcome To DUMBO
Galleries, residencies, events, and openings, all on the Brooklyn waterfront.
DUMBO, a neighborhood located between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, is Brooklyn’s epicenter of art and creativity. Now the converted warehouses are home to many of Brooklyn’s most important artist residency programs and arts organizations, located alongside artists’ studios and workshops.
Photography to painting, street art to sculpture: DUMBO’s galleries bring the work of local, national, and international artists to the Brooklyn waterfront.
Robert Swain: Color as Color on view at MINUS SPACE, April 2017.
Tracing a path along Brooklyn Bridge Park, DUMBO’s galleries bring the work of local, national, and international artists to the Brooklyn waterfront with rotating exhibitions of emerging and established artists, special events, and performances.
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- A.I.R. Gallery
- Art in General
- BlackBook Presents
- Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO
- Gallery 55
- Janet Borden, Inc.
- Klompching Gallery
- LAND Gallery
- Made in NY Media Center by IFP
- MINUS SPACE
- Smack Mellon
- United Photo Industries
- Usagi NY
Happenings, performances, screening, and special events presented by DUMBO’s galleries, artist residency programs, and cultural organizations.
First Thursday Gallery Walk – The first Thursday of every month, the galleries of DUMBO stay open late, hosting special events and receptions. Neighborhood restaurants and bars have specials for First Thursday patrons. Don’t miss it!
DUMBO’s galleries bring the work of emerging and established artists to the Brooklyn waterfront.
Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBOMay 14, 2018 - May 31, 2020
Art in GeneralFebruary 21 - May 9
AsphodelMarch 5 - April 18
MINUS SPACEMarch 7 - April 25
KLOMPCHING GALLERYMarch 20 - April 9
In The News
News and reviews of exhibitions and art happenings in DUMBO.
Art + Community
DUMBO’s art scene is made more vibrant by the neighborhood cultural venues dedicated to providing exceptional arts programming and invaluable resources for the arts community.
Photo: Robert Banat