First Black History Show at the Main Gallery Since 2017

Roosevelt Island Art Notes: Gallery RIVAA To Reopen for Black History Month

Updated 25 weeks ago
Poster for last year's Black History Month show in the Octagon Gallery.
Poster for last year's Black History Month show in the Octagon Gallery.

Good news on the art front for Roosevelt Island. The Daily has learned that Gallery RIVAA, 527 Main Street, will reopen after three months, with a Black History Month exhibit in February.

Last year, Hidden Talents opened in the Octagon Gallery because repair work on leaks left the main gallery unusable.

The new show will be the first opening at 527 Main Street since Find Your Freedom, a show promoted by FDR Four Freedoms Park filled the space in October.

Roosevelt Island Art Notes: Gallery RIVAA To Reopen for Black History Month
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