96 Bedford Street
The Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery opened in December 2009 in Stamford, Connecticut. Since then, it has revolutionized th... View More
Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery
The Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery opened in December 2009 in Stamford, Connecticut. Since then, it has revolutionized the landscape of contemporary art in the state. “Fernando’s commitment to promoting the arts in unparalleled,” says U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal. Young and innovative, the gallery has pressed forward after five short years to build artists’ careers from the doors in and build community from the doors out. “Through Outset’s collaboration with Fernando Luis Alvarez in the Kosuth project for the Louvre, I was very impressed with his vision, energy, dynamic approach and interest in challenging projects discerning unique opportunities,” Candida Gertler, founder of Outset, said. “Fernando’s persistence in exhausting all options to realize what he believes in is remarkable.” Current artists exhibiting in the gallery include Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Longo, Louise Fishman, Frank Stella, Robert Motherwell, Jim Dine, Sean Scully, Jacqueline Humphries, Arturo Di Modica, Jena Thomas, John J. Bedoya, Rex Prescott Walden, Kirsten Reynolds, Damla T. Faro, Evelin Velásquez, Shelby Head, and Nathan Lewis.
41 Franklin Street
Franklin Street Works is a not-for- profit contemporary art space and café whose mission is to manifest contemporary ar... View More
Franklin Street Works
Franklin Street Works is a not-for- profit contemporary art space and café whose mission is to manifest contemporary art in a professional and welcoming setting. Franklin Street Works aims to broaden community participation in the arts, contribute to a larger arts dialogue, and cultivate emerging artists. To date, the organization has exhibited the work of more than 400 artists, curated 30 original exhibitions, and organized approximately 150 programs, including talks, tours, and performances. Their work has received national and regional support, including two multi-year grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts as well as regional grants from Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, Connecticut Office of the Arts, New Canaan Community Foundation, among others. Exhibitions have been recognized with positive reviews in major publications such as Artforum online, Art in America (online), Art New England, Art Papers, The Brooklyn Rail, The Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, and Modern Painters.
888 Washington Boulevard
Art Gallery of the Office of the Mayor of Stamford featuring artwork by local artists. 10th Floor Gallery hours: Mon –... View More
Mayor's Gallery at the Government Center
Art Gallery of the Office of the Mayor of Stamford featuring artwork by local artists. 10th Floor Gallery hours: Mon – Fri 8:30am-4:30pm (July & August 8am-4pm)
39 Franklin Street
Fine arts center. Shows, juried by art professionals, expertly exhibited. Educational component. Ongoing local and natio... View More
Stamford Art Association
Fine arts center. Shows, juried by art professionals, expertly exhibited. Educational component. Ongoing local and national events. Thurs. & Fri 11am-3pm Sat & Sun 12pm-3pm. Private room available.
1 University Place
A welcoming environment that attracts artists and community members to a high caliber of exhibitions and programs. The G... View More
University of Connecticut Art Gallery
A welcoming environment that attracts artists and community members to a high caliber of exhibitions and programs. The Gallery supports the University’s educational mission by stimulating active learning and dialogue. It showcases both emerging and established artists, with a special emphasis on works and themes of traditionally underrepresented groups, local/regional artists, interdisciplinary artworks, and diverse mediums and perspectives. The Gallery is a large, inviting space with easy access to parking and public transportation. The Gallery is open during the Fall & Spring semesters Monday through Thursday 9 am to 7 pm, Friday 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday 9 am – 1 pm and during the Summer at reduced days & hours.