Corkin Gallery is recognized worldwide for its contribution to contemporary art discourse. By facilitating discussion among artists, writers, curators, museums, and private collections, Corkin Gallery curates projects and exhibitions that contextualize the work of international artists with a historical trajectory.
Corkin Gallery represents a roster of artists whose works explore issues concerning the environment, identity, consumerism, and narrative in a variety of mediums including photography, concrete abstract painting, digital media, and sculpture.
Migrating from its John Street loft space (founded in 1978 as Jane Corkin Gallery) to a converted tank house in the Distillery District, the Corkin Gallery is a ten thousand foot facility which allows several exhibitions to interact with one another.
Corkin Gallery assumes an ambitious exhibition schedule and actively attends art fairs at The Armory in New York, Art Basel, Art Hong Kong, and Art Toronto.
Works of art can be seen and purchased in the gallery. Appointments for the viewing room can be made to see works that are not currently on display. Private online viewing rooms can be provided if you are unable to visit the gallery.