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Flatiron Prow Artspace

Everyone knows I wander the streets of New York, taking in the architecture with an overly romantic eye, and gazing up at the Flatiron Building is like icing on the cake for a quixotic flaneur like myself. But aside from the iconic architecture from 1902, the triangular front of the building is met with a glassed-in apex doubles as a free window-like exhibition space. Surprisingly, it is run by Sprint, who is the tenant of the first floor space of the building.


Flatiron Prow Artspace hosts a rotation of exhibitions by artists that use or promote sustainability, eco-friendly living, technology and interaction. It is hit or miss, but a cool place to catch a glimpse of some art work, just across from the public art Madison Square Park.

You can even apply to exhibit in the space – more info here!

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What: Flatiron Prow Artspace

Where: Flatiron Building, 175 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010

One Response to “Flatiron Prow Artspace”
  1. I always wondered about that space because sincere crap appears there fairly often (see: paper cup art), though they’ve had some good stuff. Then again, I think the world needs more space for crap art so crappy artists can work out their crap and become good artists.

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