LatchKey Gallery (LKG) centres artists that challenge historical narratives and fixed ideas by exhibiting artwork that gives voice to artists who have previously been overlooked. Through critical inquiry, these artists expose us to new perspectives. Since the gallery’s inception in 2018, LKG has championed emerging artists.
Past exhibitions include Both at Once with John Rivas and Raelis Vasquez, Damien Davis’s This Ain’t No Disco and MIRROR MIRROR with artists February James and Shona McAndrew. A Bronx Tale was a unique studio exhibition experience for collectors, creatives, and art enthusiasts including artists Dario Calmese, Alteronce Gumby, Lucia Hierro, and Tariku Shiferaw. 100 Works was produced in collaboration with ElectorPositive and Art Noir featuring works by Derrick Adams, Mario Moore, and Shervone Neckles.
In 2018, LKG began as a nomadic contemporary art gallery and has since took residence at 173 Henry Street in the Lower East Side under the stewardship of Amanda Uribe.
361 Canal Street
New York, NY