Mission Statement

Where’re You Walk Gallery is a temporary reinterpretation of space, deliberately taking without asking. As a squat gallery we are inherently invested in questions of public space, access, classism, privilege, property and public use. We are simultaneously critical of and intrigued by psychogeographic reinvention.

Primarily concerned with unknown, unrepresented, emerging and blacklisted artists; we have a vested interest in queer artists and artists of color and recognize work that speaks to or speaks in spite of systemic oppression. The gallery finds inspiration in art’s ability to communicate sincerely, to challenge, provoke and support.

For years, Manhattan has swelled with spaces of consumption, while spaces of creativity and informality have been annexed. Our hope is that Where’er You Walk anticipates a change in this trend.


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