A.I.R's first gallery on 97 Wooster Street, 1974.
Pictured from left to right: Rachel bas-Cohain, Joan Snitzer, Kazuko Miyamoto, Blythe Bohnen, unidentified, Daria Dorosh, Laurace James, unidentified, Dotty Attie, Anne Healy.

A.I.R. Gallery is a non-profit arts organization founded in 1972. It is an artist run organization and exhibition space that supports the open exchange of ideas and risk-taking by women artists in order to provide support and visibility. A self-directed governing body, the organization is an alternative to mainstream institutions and thrives on the network of active participants.

To learn more about our history, click here

Current Exhibitions

October 12 - November 11,  2018
Opening Reception: Friday, October 12, 6 - 8pm

A.I.R. Gallery
Forty-Six Years of Radical Vision

Tribute to Kazuko Miyamoto 

Monday, November 5, 6:30pm
Zürcher Gallery
33 Bleecker StreetNew York, NY 10012

Very limited seating available. To purchase your ticket before they sell out, CLICK HERE

The A.I.R. Fellowship Program

Each year, the A.I.R. Fellowship Program provides six emerging or underrepresented women-identified artists with their first solo exhibition in NYC. During a 12-month period, participants attend monthly professional development workshops, receive studio visits by art professionals, mentoring by an A.I.R. Gallery artist, and curatorial support from A.I.R. Staff. This curated program is designed to encourage new artistic practices and to increase dialogue within A.I.R. Gallery and the greater art community. Find out more about the Fellowship Program here.

Applications are now open. Click here to apply.


Learn more about other artist programs here