Stride Arts, a brand-new art and exhibition space in the heart of Manhattan specializing in modern and contemporary art, opened its doors Friday, May 17th, 2019. The gallery will present some of today’s most notable and passionate emerging and established artists; as well as offer a wide variety of ownership options to art aficionados.
Founded and directed by Angel Zhang, the innovative space will be open Monday through Friday 9:30am to 6:30 p.m. and by appointment. In addition to the main gallery space – which features warm hardwood floors, full windows, and a stage – there are several conference rooms and various showrooms.
Stride Arts offers a multitude of services to artists and art collectors, providing a multi-functional platform with studio space, marketing, business strategic advice, and promotion for artists through a unique, appealing programming; as well as personal, business, and institutional services to collectors; including negotiating the sale of the works, as well as providing rental service where art aficionados of all types can benefit from their team of specialists who will curate work that can be rotated regularly and is available at affordable prices.
For their first exhibition, a group show, the featured artists included:
Peter Andrew Jeschke “Paj” | Clovercroft, NH
Chu Okoli | Houston, TX
Dominick Anthony Dejesus | New York, NY
Kerstin A. Roolfs | New Yor, NY
Kate Thomas | New York, NY
Xin Song | New York, NY
John Shorb | New Yor, NY
Novorozhkin (Jarema Khrushch) | Chicago, IL
Nancy Lange | New York, NY
Jingxing Yan & Xiangdong Chen | New York, NY | Scheduled to have a solo show at the gallery in mid-June
Angel Zhang has a background as an investor in the arts and as a supporter of emerging artists. She is the Founder and CEO of a commercial, industrial, and digital printer manufacturer in China with offices across the country and internationally; a prolific collector, and an investor in several galleries across China; where she helped several famous Chinese artists establish their careers. Zhang moved to New York City over a decade ago and divides her time between her Manhattan and Long Island homes.
About the gallery:
Located in the heart of New York City’s Museum Mile, Stride Arts shares access to the most abundant resources of the NYC arts community. With 3500 square feet of prime exhibition space and the world famous Fifth Avenue and Central Park as their backdrop, the area offers a unique cultural and geographical advantage. The exhibition layout is bold and simple with warm hardwood floors, full windows, studio lighting and shade systems, state-of-the-art background wall, and a video wall. The gallery values professionalism, artistry, and originality; with an emphasis on client satisfaction. They rent and sell beautiful works of art, as their team of specialists provides expertise in the fields of art marketing and e-commerce to support artists, designers, and business organizations.
Their services include:
Art Leasing: The gallery rents and sells beautiful works of art to people and businesses all over the world. A tastefully decorated space makes a special statement, and Stride Arts believes being surrounded by magnificent art improves workplace morale and productivity.
Rotation Services: E- Commerce, Tracking & Reporting System | Professional Curation | Connecting Businesses &Organizations to Art and Artists | Transparent Pricing, Framing Packaging & Shipping | Lease to Buy on Favorable Terms
Perfect venue: Show Room | Event Space | Conference Room: Whether you are an individual or an organization, are planning a business event or an academic seminar, if you need a perfect venue space, contact Stride Arts; perfect for exhibiting your work and products, meeting interesting and talented people, and achieving your creative and entrepreneurial vision.
Artists’ Home: Stride encourages promotes, and collaborates with today’s most vital and passionate artists. A multifunctional platform allows them to show their appreciation of high art and effectively introduce vibrant artwork to the public.
For more information contact:
1110 2nd Avenue
(58th St. and 2nd Ave.)
New York, New York.