Postmasters Gallery opened in East Village in December 1984. In 1989 Postmasters moved to Soho to its location at 80 Greene Street. In September 1998 the gallery relocated to a new ground floor space of a former 4,000 square feet garage in Chelsea.

Postmasters is committed to showing young as well as established artists of all media. We continue to incorporate new forms creative of expression into the gallery and to show it in a context of painting sculpture and photography. Painters like Christian Schumann, Elliott Green, L.C. Armstrong and Steve Mumford are represented along the new media artists like John Klima, Natalie Jeremijenko and Maciej Wisniewski. The artworks are generally content oriented, conceptually based, and reflective of our time. Given the configuration of the space (two large rooms) we are often able to present two exhibitions simultaneously. In a still predominately technophobic art world, Postmasters is one of the few galleries committed to showing art associated with new technologies (digital and multimedia works).

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