Our galleries are open Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.. Please call 212.475.3424 for weekend hours. 
Admission is free and open to the public. We look forward to your visit. 


Grand Gallery 
Selections from the Klewin Collection

February 3 – 28

A graduate of Connecticut College, NAC member Kyle Klewin has been collecting art for almost 20 years. Major works by Kehinde Wiley, Marilyn Minter, and Jimmy DeSana are included in this unique and personal collection. Mr. Klewin has also gifted 16 works to the Whitney Museum of American Art. The National Arts Club is grateful to the Klewin family for making this showing possible.

Marquis Gallery 

Ernesto Renda - Frottage Works

February 3 – 27

“These pastel frottages (rubbings) are made with a relief of my fingerprint and other images traced in twine. Much like the pixel structure of screens, the frottage patterns precede the image and the application of color and light.” The Marcel Schein works in this exhibition are named for the artist’s great-grandfather who studied cosmic ray physics in the 1940s.

Pictured: Marcel Schein #15, 2019

Gregg Gallery
Revelations - Seldom Seen Treasures from the Permanent Collection

February 3 – 27

The beautiful works on canvas by NAC Artist Life Members are just one feature of our Permanent Collection. Rarely seen pieces from the collection include works by Manuel Bravo, Jerry Schatzberg, and David Turnley, portraits by Gloria Vanderbilt and Paul Mommer and an impressive selection of works on paper. The Curatorial Committee is pleased to sponsor this special exhibition.

Pictured: Paul Mommer, Yasuo Kuniyashi, 1949

Trask Gallery
Scarred Landscapes - Mary Mattingly

February 3 – 28

Mary Mattingly is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work explores issues of sustainability, climate change, and displacement. The artist combines photography, performance, portable architecture, and sculptural ecosystems into poetic visions of adaptation and survival. Mattingly’s work has been exhibited at the International Center for Photography, Brooklyn Museum, New York Public Library, and Storm King Arts Center.

Grand Gallery
2020 Artist Members Exhibition

March 3 - 26                        

Dedicated to the memory and legacy of Everett Raymond Kinstler, the 2020 Exhibiting Artists Members Show will be a special non-competitive event celebrating the past, the present, and the pure joy of creative fellowship as artists of The National Arts Club. As well as showcasing the talents of the current EAM roster, this year’s exhibition will also feature works by Honorary Lifetime Members who have equally enhanced the Club’s identity and mission. 

Gregg + Marquis Gallery
ID.ART:TECH Exhibition

March 2 - 27                         

ID. ART:TECH EXHIBITION explores ID as a phenomenon with wide range of meanings from the forms of sociopolitical function of portraits of Soviet Nonconformism to the images of mass culture, aesthetics of ID cards, passport pictures and social networks. This exhibition brings together a collection of experiential-based ideas and projects mediated by technologically progressive visualization methods, as well as paintings, drawings, photography, video, and sculpture. The exhibition is organized by CYLAND Media Art Lab in collaboration with the Kolodzei Art Foundation.

Trask Gallery
Society of Scribes 

March 2 - 27                         

Join us in the Trask Gallery for the annual exhibition of the  Society of Scribes from March 2 – 27 The Society of Scribes presents its annual Members Exhibition of calligraphic works, Linear Language. Visit www.societyofscribes.org

Grand Gallery 
Through Your Eyes: The NAC Collects

March 30 - May 1

To celebrate the joys of collecting and connoisseurship, the Fine Arts Committee is pleased to mount this annual exhibition featuring works from the personal collections of our members. We hope this exhibition will give the NAC family the opportunity to share interests and treasures and to collectively confirm The National Arts Club’s commitment to art and community.

Through Your Eyes: Will Barnet, Bob (detail), 2008

Gregg + Marquis Gallery 
The Annual Will Barnet Student Show 

April 1 – 29

The National Arts Club is proud to sponsor the Annual Will Barnet Student Show and Prizes. The event honors Will Barnet’s contributions to The National Arts Club and his lifelong dedication to arts education. Showcasing the work of undergraduate students from eight prestigious New York-area schools, the exhibition and prizes are highly recognized in the art world and the level of talent continues to be fresh and original. Join us in welcoming these young artists to The National Arts Club.

Student Show: Will Barnet, Self Portrait, 1944

Trask Gallery 
Gramercy Arts High School - “Push Pin”Exhibition 

April 20 - 27

The National Arts Club is pleased to host students from Gramercy Arts High School for weekly drawing sessions. Using the Permanent Collection and the architecture of the Tilden Mansion as inspiration, the sessions offer these young artists an opportunity to expand their vision and enjoy a fresh creative environment. This informal Push Pin exhibition celebrates the NAC’s ongoing commitment to educational outreach and emerging talent.


In recognition of The National Arts Club’s participation in the NYC Administration for Children’s Services’ Community Engagement Program, we invite you to a special showing and reception on April 7, 6:00 - 7:00 PM. Starting in November 2019 The National Arts Club sponsored weekly art projects for children currently under the protection of ASC. On display will be the rewards of this program. Joining us will be State Assembly Member Harvey Epstein and the Commissioner of the Administration for Children’s Services.