The Hole is a contemporary art gallery run by Kathy Grayson. Opened July of 2010, our 4000 sq. ft. storefront on the Bowery borders the Lower East Side and NoLiTa neighborhoods of Manhattan. The Hole presents monthly solo and group exhibitions including artists from emerging to established in our thematic shows. We represent more than fifteen artists from the US and abroad, and have exhibited over 200 more. Often two exhibitions run simultaneously in our space, and works by gallery artists are available in our rear showroom.
In between exhibitions, we host performances, events and special projects across various creative industries to support collaboration across the arts and the downtown artist community.
Kathy Grayson – Owner/Director
Raymond Bulman _ Director _ raymond@
Julien Pomerleau _ Operations Director_ email@example.com
Peter Tchelebi _ Bookkeeper _ accounting
Hope Christerson _ Gallery Associate _ hope@theholenyc.
Harley Smart _ Publications_ firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura O’Reilly _ Special Projects and Rentals _ email@example.com
Location: We are located at 312 Bowery between Houston and Bleecker streets on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The closest train stations are Bleecker Street 6 train and Broadway-Lafayette B, D, F, and M trains.
Submissions: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Internships: The Hole offers internships working closely with staff on all aspects of running and maintaining a contemporary art gallery. Internships generally require a commitment of three days per week for a minimum of three months. To apply please email cover letter and resume to email@example.com with “Internship” in the subject line.
The Hole is proud to be part of the LES Galleries network, please find below some of our favorite art exhibitions within walking distance of our gallery:
The New Museum 335 Bowery
Lehman Maupin 201 Chrystie Street
Sperone Westwater 257 Bowery
Salon 94 243 Bowery
Zurcher Gallery 33 Bleecker
Andrew Edlin 212 Bowery
11R 195 Chrystie
James Fuentes 55 Delancey
Canada 333 Broome
International Center of Photography Museum 250 Bowery