March 12, 2007

Founded in September 2006 by artists Karlos Carcamo and Gregory Slick, Go North – A Space for Contemporary Art’s mission is to exhibit and promote art by local, national, and international artists. Our focus is contemporary art that is dedicated to exploring cutting-edge cultural and artistic issues by pushing the boundaries of traditional media. Staging monthly exhibitions on a rotating basis, the gallery gives artists the opportunity to expand and explore new dimensions in their work.

Our focus enables us to keep our exhibitions fresh and updated, while providing a place in the Hudson Valley for contemplation and discussion of ideas. Go North – A Space for Contemporary Art stands at the center of Beacon’s emerging art scene, which in recent years has come to complement the area’s other art destinations, such as Dia:Beacon and Storm King Sculpture Park.

Through our exhibitions, activities, and featured artists, we are engendering thought-provoking conversations about contemporary art and other cultural issues that help fill the needs of Beacon’s growing arts community. In the process, we hope to create a culturally rich space for artists, visitors, and the community to share in, and to foster an appreciation for the diversity of work being made by some of today’s most interesting artists.

Hours: Friday — Sunday, 12 – 6 pm

For further information please contact:
Gallery directors Karlos Carcamo or Gregory Slick