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. 




CURRENT AND UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS





Grand Gallery

The 47th Pastel Society of America’s Annual Exhibition:
Enduring Brilliance!


September 3 - 28

Founded in 1972 by Flora B. Giffuni, The Pastel Society of America is largely responsible for the current renaissance of pastels in American art and its Annual Exhibition is the premiere event for pastel artists worldwide. This year’s exhibition will showcase 1,627 artworks by 634 artists from 21 countries. Dr. Marcus B. Burke, Senior Curator of the Hispanic Society of America’s Museum and Library, will serve as the awards juror. The 2019 PSA Hall of Fame Honoree,Stanley Maltzman, will have a work join the PSA Legacy Collection housed in the Butler Institute of of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio. For more information, visit www.pastelsocietyofamerica.org

Pictured: Evening Embers, Pastel by Stanley Maltzman, PSA 2019 Hall of Fame Honoree





Gregg Galleries
Creative Pride: Reflection and Celebration

September 3 - 25


In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riots that sparked the Gay Liberation Movement, The National Arts Club is proud to present Creative Pride. Celebrating the vision and talent of the LGBTQ Community, this special exhibition will include works by Keith Haring, Louis Fratino, Duane Michals, Jimmy Wright, Carrie Moyer, George Towne, Yuki James and others. Tribute will also be paid to National Arts Club Medal of Honor recipients Tennessee Williams, Allen Ginsberg and Leonard Bernstein for their landmark contributions to American culture.

Pictured: George Towne. Mike with Flower, 2019



Marquis Gallery
Rosalee Isaly: A Memorial Exhibition

September 3 - 27   

We invite you to celebrate the life and art of Rosalee Isaly. A NAC member since the late 1970s, Rosalee served as co-chair and chair of the Exhibitions committee through the 1990s and continued to work with the committee until her death in 2018. A native of Chicago, Isaly received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts and was represented by the Atlantic Gallery in Manhattan. She also served on the Board of the Loyola University Museum of Art.