Summer Artist Residency 2021

For a summer exploding with art and color, High Line Nine and Sugarlift are welcoming four artists to our white cube galleries, transforming them into artist studios and exhibition spaces for the second annual Summer Artist Residency.

Artists Lydia Baker, Andrea von Bujdoss, Ryan Coleman and Edward Granger will transform their Chelsea spaces with vibrant public murals and panoramic tableaus. Chelsea has long been the epicenter of art display. Now it’s a neighborhood rooted in creation, where New Yorkers have the opportunity to witness the artistic process unfold throughout the month of August. Visitors walking through the Sugarlift galleries at High Line Nine will see walls go from blank canvases to technicolor masterpieces over the span of four weeks. The artists will be creating work on view to the public August 5th - August 30th. Additionally, the program features weekly Summer Art Nights, 6:00-8:00pm every Thursday in August. Join us for evenings filled with musical performances, speakers, and beautifully colorful galleries!

Upcoming Event

Summer Art Nights

Back by popular demand: Summer Art Nights! Brought to you by Sugarlift, Summer Art Nights are a series of art talks, tours, musical performances, and more every Thursday in August from 6- 8 pm.

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Upcoming Event

Brooklyn Ballet at High Line Nine

August 12th, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Brooklyn Ballet is a professional not-for-profit dance company dedicated to artistic excellence and education, reflecting Brooklyn’s diverse communities. Reserve your tickets with the link below!

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Cafe

A cool spot to perk up... or win(e)d down.

Il Piccolo Ristoro is High Line Nine’s on-site café, serving up authentic Italian caffé, paninis, pastas, gelato, and freshly made pastries. Take a pause in your Chelsea gallery walk for a quick espresso, or enjoy a leisurely meal on the terrace.

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Architecture

Architecture as Evocative As the Art Inside

StudioMDA, Markus Dochantsci's international architecture firm, reimagined the European arcade to turn the conventional art gallery on its head. The free-flowing design and street-level visibility creates an inviting passage for collectors, curators, and enthusiasts to connect. An evolving collective of domestic and international galleries contribute to the bustling neighborhood’s culture and, in turn, partake in its eclectic energy.