Sweet "No-Profit" Gallery Opens Near the High Line

EnlargePhoto by Suzanne DeChillo, New York Times

From the Times this weekend: A gallery has opened near the High Line that defies the current super-hot gallery market by operating as an egalitarian "no-profit" space for young and emerging artists. Honey Space is run by some artists themselves, and any revenues generated from the sale of art will be used to defray the costs of running the space.

Honey Space is operating in the ground floor of an out-of-use warehouse that is being provided free of charge by local developer and long-time FHL supporter Alf Naman.

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