Installation view, Design by Time, photo by Jason Mandella Photography
The goals of Pratt Manhattan Gallery are to present significant innovative and intellectually challenging work in the fields of art, architecture, fashion, and design from around the world and to provide a range of educational initiatives to help viewers relate contemporary art to their lives in a meaningful way.
Monday–Saturday 11–6, Thursday until 8
Closed on federal holidays and between exhibitions
The Pratt Manhattan Gallery is closed on Sundays and the following building holidays in 2019:
January 21 (Martin Luther King)
May 27 (Memorial Day)
July 4–6 (Independence Day)
September 2 (Labor Day)
October 14 (Columbus Day)
November 27– December 1 (Thanksgiving)
December 22, 2019–January 1, 2020 (Winter Break)
Admission is free.
June 24–September 7, 2019
Closing Reception: Thursday, September 5, 6–8 PM
Pratt Institute Fine Arts Alumni Exhibition
Curated by Niama Safia Sandy
Mediated Meditations is a multi-media group exhibition interested in creating a conduit for making sense of lived experiences which are often viewed through the prism of subcategories — the built environment, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, and spirituality. These categories inform the selected artists’ sensibilities, and the way they each manipulate their materials to observe, question and quantify the many states of the human condition.
Image: Lana Abu-Shamat, 99, 2019, olive pits, off-white silk thread