Located in Chelsea, the Carter Burden Gallery (CBG) is a program of the Carter Burden Network, designed to give a voice to New York City’s re-emerging older professional artists.

The goal of the Carter Burden Gallery is to create a dialogue with the arts community supporting our belief that older, lesser-known artists must not be overlooked due to age or decreased marketability in the current art scene. We demonstrate the transformative nature of art; the work we exhibit is vibrant, cutting-edge and important regardless of the artist's age.

The Carter Burden Gallery targets NYC artists over the age of 60, fostering a supportive and culturally diverse community of re-emerging artists. We celebrate this community's unique ability to share lifetimes participating as vital members of New York's arts culture, and work to create opportunities for networking and responding to each other's work, thereby invigorating the creative process. In recognizing this community, we confirm their continued value and contribution to the arts.

In furtherance of the Carter Burden Network's goals, and in recognizing the unique cultural wealth possessed by older professional artists, the Carter Burden Gallery was born. While giving older artists an opportunity to show their work and engage in current contemporary artistic discourse, CBG recognizes that these opportunities are hard-won and often difficult to achieve. Therefore, CBG is committed to empowering re-emerging, professional older artists through the exhibition and cultivation of their work.

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Gallery Hours:
Tues-Fri: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Sat: 11:00am - 6:00pm

Gallery Address:
548 West 28th Street, #534
(between 10th & 11th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001

Please visit http://www.carterburdengallery.org/submissions for information on submitting your work.

For further information please contact
Marlena Maria Vaccaro, Director/ Curator, vaccarom@carterburdennetwork.org
Sarah Leon, Assistant Director, leons@carterburdennetwork.org

The Carter Burden Gallery is generously supported by the
Macquarie Group Foundation.
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