Amos Eno Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery providing a full season of exhibits by emerging and mid-career artists working in visual, performance, installation, interactive, and/or digital media/video. Our season is complemented by a diverse series of performances as well as educational and public programs for the New York area.
A small community of professional artists runs our nonprofit, whose Members are vetted through a rigorous reviewing process by their peers. Amos Eno serves as an alternative, artist-run platform for professional artists in a variety of media, giving precedence to artistic expression freed from commercial restraints. By presenting a rich schedule of exhibits and participatory events, we help promote the cultural growth of our community.
Founded in 1974, Amos Eno Gallery is one of New York City’s longest operating artist-run gallery spaces. As a registered 501(c)3 organization, Amos Eno Gallery offers a diverse calendar of public programming including performance art, film and music, lectures, panels, and workshops throughout the year. See Events at Amos Eno Gallery for more information.
Amos Eno Gallery is located at 56 Bogart Street, on the first floor in the central hallway of this established gallery building. This location places artists in one of the centers of the Bushwick art scene, directly across the street from the Morgan Avenue L train stop.
Staff and Board
Staff: Ellen Sturm Niz, Director
Board of Directors:
Jose Presman, President
Chris Esposito, Vice President
Aaron Wilder, Treasurer
Robert McCann, Secretary
DEI Statement: Amos Eno Gallery is a space committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We are proud of our intersectional membership body and don't discriminate based on any factors when working with artists and the community. We serve as a space for respect, free from bias for exhibiting artists and guests alike. Link to our statement of commitment to racial equity.
EEO Policy: Amos Eno Gallery is committed to equal employment opportunity and employs all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap, or any other classification protected by the federal, state or local laws.
M/WBE Policy: Amos Eno Gallery is committed to offering opportunities to Minority and Women-Owned Businesses.