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1. Ward-Nasse
2. Nancy Hoffman
3. Peter Blum
4. Franklin Bowles
5. Louis K. Meisel
6. Art Gotham
Art Galleries:
The above map illustrates some of the variety of art galleries within Greenwich Village and Soho. Indicated above, and described below, are some of the many galleries that have made this area so popular for artists and dealers alike.
1. The Ward-Nasse Gallery, 178 Prince Street, between Sullivan and Thompson Streets
The Ward-Nasse Gallery is a non-profit, artist administered alternative space in the heart of SoHo, dedicated to the presentation of the visual, spoken, and performing arts. All artists are given the opportunity to present their work to the public regardless of the artist's age, race, gender, or beliefs; and without outside censorship.

2. Nancy Hoffman Gallery, 429 West Broadway, between Prince and Spring Streets
The Nancy Hoffman Gallery opened its doors in 1972, and was among the first handful of galleries to open in SoHo. Many artists have been represented continuously since the gallery opened, and others have joined over the years. The artists represented are not solely from New York, or even from the United States, many of them are from other countries from around the world.

3. Peter Blum Gallery, 99 Wooster Street, between Spring and Prince Streets
In 1993, Peter Blum opened the Gallery that bears his name at 99 Wooster Street. Over the years this space has hosted important exhibitions - both of recent works and also historical surveys - featuring the works of artists such as Robert Ryman, Alex Katz, Louise Bourgeois, Yayoi Kusama, Agnes Martin, David Rabinowitch, Suzan Frecon, Philip Taaffe, Amar Kanwar, Kimsooja, Francesco Clemente, Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Ad Reinhardt, Antoine Pevsner, Ian Wilson, Albert Steiner, Helmut Federle, Alberto and Augusto Giacometti, Alighero e Boetti, Richard Long, and Agnes Martin.

4. Franklin Bowles Galleries, 431 West Broadway, bewteen Prince and Spring Streets
Franklin Bowles Galleries was originally established over 30 years ago in San Francisco. The gallery space in SoHo continues the tradition of representing a diverse group of artists from Old Master greats like Rembrandt to Modern masters such as Picasso and Chagall. The gallery also represents many internationally collected American and European Contemporary artists such as LeRoy Neiman, Larry Horowitz, Eduardo Arranz-Bravo and Pierre Marie Brisson.

5. Louis K. Meisel Gallery, 141 Prince Street, near West Broadway
Specializing in photo-realistic works this gallery stuns the viewer with fanatic paintings with subjects matters from cars to pin-up girls.

6. Art Gotham, 192 Avenue of the Americas, between Spring and Prince Streets
Art Gotham showcases the works of early and mid-career contemporary artists who use a variety of media. The gallery, originally opened in 2005 in West Chelsea by art dealer Kimberly Salib, has recently relocated to this location. The gallery strives to inspire visitors with intriguing exhibitions and aims to offer a distinctive forum where established and burgeoning collectors can discover emerging talent and striking original works of art.