Artsource Loft engages the art community with inspiring and beautiful exhibitions and thought-provoking lectures on a variety of classic, contemporary, and progressive arts.
The Tiffany Building in which Artsource Loft is housed, provides a warm and personal atmosphere to appreciate new stimulating artworks and information in a building that has hosted enticing creations for over a century.
Housed in an 1875 Louis Comfort Tiffany building in the Flatiron District, the Artsource Loft continues the rich history of the building which has housed not only the Tiffany Glassworks and offices of the Company but the actual factory work space where Favrile Glass was created.
Somehow, even with the great changes that took place in the neighborhoods of New York City throughout the years, this building has kept its’ appeal to artists. Jerry Schatzberg and Faye Dunaway lived here in the 50s, Mick Jagger’s presence, was noticed here (these being his first days in NYC) many artist’s free-wheeling parties took place in the building, with Andy Warhol's Factory at Union Square, Max's Kansas City a few blocks down PAS and the color field artists living in wood frame buildings on Park Avenue South.
Artsource Loft keeps the spirit with new artists showing their work here and edgy and interesting lectures on new media and ideas including an interesting roll call of artists, printers, film makers and businesses streaming through.