The NYC Culture Club is a project conceived by brothers Parker and Clayton Calvert and is an exhibition space offering opportunities for curators and artists to have exhibitions, free of charge. This is made possible via a partnership with Westfield World Trade Center., to support the project's goals of creating impactful programming that contributes to the renaissance of New York in a post-pandemic era. It is a space for artists, curators and the general public founded by artists.
Current Exhibit: 'Welcome Back'
Welcome Back celebrates the indelible spirit of New York City as we navigate the pandemic and the ensuing era. New York City recently experienced an unprecedented mass exodus of creative as well as business communities, yet the City remains as innovative and resilient as ever.
This show is a way for us to celebrate NYC as it is today and the artists that contribute to this cultural capital. Many have lived here for decades and some are newcomers, yet they all have powerful artistic voices with which they contribute to the cultural fabric of New York City. Art provides a common area of interest that offers moments of contemplation, intrigue, and beauty for both NYC residents and visitors alike. The arts are always at the center of life here and art has defined the cultural legacy of New York City for years.
Welcome Back is an invitation to experience the vibrant local culture of New York City and the show is also an invitation to anyone who wishes to visit.
The gallery is located in the South Concourse, Balcony level of The Oculus.