NoMad

Arts & culture

Soothe your soul in front of a Tibetan Buddhist shrine at the Rubin Museum, tap your feet to a masterful solo act at the Jazz Standard, and cheer on your favorite New York teams at Madison Square Garden.

NoMad offers astounding access to the world’s greatest classical and contemporary art, music, and entertainment.

LOCAL NOMAD

A local who has chosen to set up shop in NoMad.

AUDREY GELMAN

Audrey Gelman is the Co-founder and CEO of The Wing, a stunning and stylish space for professional women: part club, part networking hub, part urban retreat. The Wing is quintessential New York: both relaxed and sophisticated. Gelman is a harmonious hybrid herself. She integrates pragmatism with style, politics with sociability. The Wing, which opened in October 2016, was instantly successful. It has since become a second home to some of the city’s most intriguing women.

“It still feels like the New York that I grew up in.”

AUDREY GELMAN

CEO AND CO-FOUNDER OF THE WING

pace gallery

chelsea galleries

Monumental Richard Serra sculptures, glittering Damien Hirst skulls, playful (and cynical) Jeff Koons balloon dogs. Edgy, de rigueur, and renowned contemporary art is just a few blocks west.

The Whitney museum
gagosian gallery

the whitney museum

Founded in 1930 with the radical mission of collecting only American art, the Whitney showcases the best work in the country, from Alexander Calder’s vibrant mobiles to Bill Viola’s haunting videos. The museum moved to its current downtown location in May 2015. The Whitney’s signature Biennial exhibit is always a vortex of critical controversy and artistic innovation. Visit the Whitney to take the temperature of the cultural zeitgeist.

“Compared to other neighborhoods, NoMad is a relaxed, quieter, and more sophisticated place.”

Juan garcia mosqueda
founder of Chamber design
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DAVID ZWIRNER GALLERY

chamber design

Juan Garcia Mosqueda is the founder of Chamber Design, a design collective that hosts expertly curated exhibits. They elevate wondrous exhibition spaces into contemporary cabinets of curiosities, where one-of-a-kind and limited-edition art and design objects are shown. Born in Argentina, Juan attended the Art Institute of Chicago and previously worked at MoMA.

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