Honey Space is an independent exhibition space dedicated to presenting compelling work by contemporary artists in a non-commercial setting. Situated in a former warehouse that has intentionally been left raw, Honey Space presents exhibitions that are by necessity site-specific, and that are designed such that the space can operate without any staff. Metal security gates open in the morning, go down at night, and throughout the day the space is open to the public.

Tom Beale’s Honey Space gallery in Chelsea NYC is closing with the sale of the building, a brick-and-mortat warehouse. – screen shot from the online gallery at

Honey Space was founded by Thomas Beale in 2008, and is located in New York City on the West Side Highway between 21st and 22nd streets.

Thomas BealeHoney Space
September 6- 29, 2012
opening Thursday, September 6, 6-9pm
148 11th Ave (btw 21st & 22nd)

We’ve visited the gallery when in NYC and it was an enclave of American design and meterial expression, from the “dungeon” of the basement littered with remnants of past users of the building to the airy halls and corridors lined with studios. Definitely a must-visit.

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