Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center

At Governors Island

A former Army warehouse embedded in the midst of Governors Island’s picturesque landscapes, expansive waterfront views, and unique historic architecture, Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island – with 20 studios for visual artists, 2 rehearsal spaces for performing artists, and a Gallery space – is multipurpose, multidisciplinary arts center for both artists and audiences alike.

Throughout the year, LMCC’s Arts Center is a shared, multidisciplinary space where participating artists can experience a retreat-style residency just a short ferry ride from the frenetic buzz of the city. While on the Island, artists develop their practice and create new works, drawing inspiration from the unique location, as well as the community of fellow visual and performing artists-in-residence that forms in the space.

During the summer season, LMCC and artists-in-residence welcome visitors into both the Gallery and the studios. As a visitor to Building 110 this summer, you can look forward to discovering new artists, engaging with the artistic process, and enjoying the experience of art-going in this stunning parkland setting.

On View Now

Building 110 Gallery Exhibition

June 15 - September 29, 2013

Open to the public on weekends and Holiday Mondays 12-5pm

if color, then also dimension; if flatness, then texture, etc. is a group exhibition featuring work that is, considers, or deconstructs sculpture.

Learn more about the exhibition here.

Getting to Building 110

Governors Island is open to the public May 25-September 29

Saturdays and Sundays, and all holiday Mondays

Hours: 12-5PM

Ferries to Governors Island are free and depart regularly from the Battery Maritime Building in Manhattan and Pier 6 in Brooklyn. For more information, please visit the Governors Island website.

Building 110 is located steps from the Soissons ferry dock. As you disembark, walk up the small hill and Building 110 is the first building on your right. If you’re disembarking from Pier 101, take a right and follow the main road just past the Soissons ferry dock.

Formerly an Army warehouse, historic Building 110 was transformed by LMCC in 2010 into a multi-use arts facility for the development and presentation of new work in the performing and visual arts.

Past Events in The Gallery

Season of Cambodia “In Residence”

May 25-May 27, 12-5PM

LMCC is also proud to be a part of the Season of Cambodia Festival, a City-wide initiative of Cambodian Living Arts celebrating the arts and culture of Cambodia. Join us in the Gallery at Building 110 where Season of Cambodia curator-in-residence Vuth Lyno has curated a program as the culmination of two-month residencies for five Cambodian contemporary artists responding to the environment and energy New York City during their stay here. The three-day event will feature the works across a range of mediums and practices including sculpture, photography, video, installation and performance.

Curator-in-residence: Vuth Lyno

Artists-in-residence: Vandy Rattana, Amy Lee Sanford, Svay Sareth, Than Sok, Lim Sokchanlina, and Kong Vollak

For more information, please visit the Season of Cambodia website

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