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124 Ridge Street Gallery

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Type  Art gallery
Closed  1997
Founded  1985
Opened  1985
Capacity  30
124 Ridge Street Gallery
Location  Manhattan, New York, United States
Genre(s)  Contemporary art, Underground film
Similar  New York City Police Museum, Bryant Park, Marcus Garvey Park, William Tecumseh Sherman, Kappo Masa Restaurant

The 124 Ridge Street Gallery was a collective gallery founded in New York's Lower East Side in 1985. Founding members were Susan Bachemin, Elizabeth Evers, Jane Fine, Matthew Harrison, Michael Kaniecki, Robert McGrath, Heidi Marben, Laurie Olinder, and Joe Vinson. Subsequent members included Amy Berniker, Ruth Pomerantz, Paul Rodriguez, Roger W. Sayre, Ann Shea, Paul Villinski and Carla Weisberg.

The gallery exhibited art and film from local artists and filmmakers during the 1980s East Village art gallery scene, including Matty Jankowski’s 1987 mail art show "The Joke is in the Mail." The film screening series Film Crash was founded at the gallery. See also Ridge Theater. The gallery was closed in 1997.

Artists exhibited

  • Tony DiTerlizzi
  • References

    124 Ridge Street Gallery Wikipedia


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