Fort Gansevoort Gallery
Opened in July, 2015 by curator Adam Shopkorn, Fort Gansevoort gallery is located in a Greek Revival row house built in 1849 in the heart of New York City’s Meatpacking District. Dedicated to showcasing previously unknown and talented emerging artists the gallery is a platform for experimentation and collaboration.
The unconventional two-floor commercial gallery space functions as a cultural hub for art, design, and food. The building is host to Fort Gansevoort S, M, L -- each containing the original small, medium, and large bars from its past as a restaurant but also including ample room for a rotating roster of local craftspeople and designers as well as a pit barbecue and take-out window. Fort Gansevoort BBQ collaborates with the remaining local meatpackers to source its ingredients. The space is also available for private rental.