THE NEWEST MEMBER OF BUFFALO'S CULTURAL CORRIDOR
Hotel Henry’s Art Program strives to create museum-quality exhibits, engage the cultural community as a key component of Buffalo’s cultural corridor and fill the walls of the National Historic Landmark buildings with incredible visual art for guests and visitors to enjoy. Local and regional art throughout the hotel lends to Henry’s whimsical and fun atmosphere, offering classic and contemporary touches to complement historic elements and modern décor. The evolving art program will further the buildings’ transformation into a tourism, cultural and neighborhood amenity for the city.
HENRY’S EVOLVING ART PROGRAM
Hotel Henry is set to present regularly scheduled art walks designed to feature pop-up art exhibits in the many spaces of the 180,000 sq.ft. hotel. Art Walks will feature new temporary and revolving exhibits and will be presented ‘open house style’ as a self-guided tour. All Hotel Henry art walks are free and open to the public. The art is contemporary in nature and carefully selected, chosen by selected galleries and approved by Hotel Henry’s Curatorial Team. All pop-up exhibited art is available for sale through the galleries exhibiting, with price sheets available via the links below:
WINTER SHOW: THE CORRIDORS GALLERY AT HOTEL HENRY
Grab dinner or a craft cocktail before you explore Resource:Art's pop-up gallery throughout the 2nd floor public spaces and guest room corridors. When visiting, please scan the QR codes featured with each piece for more information. The installation includes work by 6 unique artists with ties to Western New York: Kari Achatz, Monica Angle, Kyle Butler, Melora Griffis, Duayne Hatchett, and Joseph Scheer. Each artist’s work is selected to respond to Hotel Henry's unique exhibition spaces.View Resource:Art's Shows on Artsy
SANDRA CLARKE'S COLLECTIVE ARTISTS
The exhibit throughout 100 Acres and Hotel Henry features the collective artists of Sandra Clarke, curator for The Mansion on Delaware Avenue, Hotel Henry’s sister-property. To inquire about a piece, call Sandra Clarke directly at (716) 353-1218 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.View Collection