This gallery opened in 1994 as Mondo Cane and was renamed Patrick Parrish, after its founder, upon moving from 22nd Street to Tribeca in 2014. The curatorial focus here is modern and contemporary art, furniture, lighting, and objects. What stand out are the rare Modernist and Abstract Expressionist works (think tapestries by Conrad Marca-Relli), though affordable finds (like small wooden sculptures) can also be found in the mix. Patrick, who proudly champions emerging talent, hosts contemporary-art exhibitions at his gallery several times a year, often giving young artists and designers their first opportunity to show in New York. Recent solo exhibitions have been dedicated to such artists as Alexis Dahan, Cody Hoyt, and Julian Watts. Of note: For travelers visiting Bushwick, we also recommend a stop at the sister space, Fisher Parrish, run by Patrick and his gallery director, Zoe Fisher.
Images by Clemens Kois for Patrick Parrish Gallery