The art mecca, 41 Union Square, is opening its doors to the public on October 20th and 21st. Get a first hand look at the neighborhoods monumental vertical urban community of creative art and life. The building hosts the home offices of the Partisan Review, Allen Ginsberg, Isabel Bishop, and the New Yorker’s Janet Malcolm. The building has had its share of artistic talent throughout some major movements in 20th century art, from the Ashcan School—Robert Henri, Edward Hopper, George Bellows—to Arshile Gorky, Reginald Marsh, and Andy Warhol.
Throughout the weekend, there will be demonstrations, refreshments, and a free raffle of 1 of 40 original drawings by our Resident Emeritus artist, Hank Virgona.