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Our third floor provides local and international artists an open space for artistic expression and exposure to the New York art market. Our goal is to provide an exhibition resource and network to the arts industry.

From painting, sculpture, drawing, and printmaking to dance, music, poetry and film. We welcome you to the hub of creativity in the heart of Midtown.


Unfolding Memories:

Photographs by Erika Ede

In Unfolding Memories, it is the artist's intention to recover images of what she calls her private landscape. The  exhibition will bring together works from Ede's 'places of life' with both black and white and color prints of digital, film, and Polaroid images, transcending genre and showcasing the breadth and versatility of her practice.

Unfolding Memories is The Elizabeth Collective's first collaboration with Aldama Fabre Gallery from Bilbao.

About the Artist

Erika Ede is the chief photographer and photography department coordinator of the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao, where she has worked for over two decades, as well as an Honorary Professor at the University of the Basque Country. She is the recipient of the European Award for Women Photographers and has participated in a number of solo and group shows around the world, including her solo exhibition "Piel de Lluvia" at Sala Rekalde gallery in Bilbao.


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Where The Hell is Wichita?

Books by David Hornback

The photographs David took in the late 1970s are a passage into another world that still exists for him. "I look at them and I am there. I remember the details." he recalls. 


This book is not the past, but rather a special, delicate present moment that is still alive and just as real for David.

About the Artist

A photographer for over 35 years, a professor, and street photographer, David Hornback shares a Pulitzer Prize with the staff of the San Jose Mercury News for their coverage of the Loma Prieta Earthquake near San Franciso in 1989.

In 2020 her shares for the first time the photographs he took in the late 1970s.