Artemest Galleria New York

Artemest is thrilled to announce the opening of its first ever gallery, Artemest Galleria at 518 West 19th Street in West Chelsea art gallery district, New York.

Artemest Galleria was born out of the desire to create a permanent space where interior designers, architects, collectors and private clients can explore the world of Italian design and learn the secrets of centuries-old techniques. A space where to discover beautifully made home dècor, furniture and lighting by Artemest network of over 1,400 Italian artisans. A space thought for experimentation, enjoyment, and surprise where contemporary Italian crafts become collectibles.

The 5,000 square foot gallery space, including an exquisite outdoor area, serves to display the discerning taste level and exceptional quality of Italian crafts. 

At Artemest Galleria you can explore a curated, rotating series of museum-like exhibitions that showcase the works of Italian artisans and makers interpreted by prominent artists, curators, designers and tastemakers. Visitors have access to four areas: a gallery, a project room, a sample room, and a garden where outdoor furniture collections will be showcased starting from spring 2023. 

Artemest Galleria is also a workshop space for architects, interior designers and private clients to work on residential and commercial projects and preview finishes, fabrics and materials in a dedicated sample room.

Artemest Galleria is open from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm and from 10am to 8pm every Thursday. You can schedule an appointment with our team or just stop by at your convenience. Artemest Galleria team looks forward to welcoming you.

A space thought for experimentation, enjoyment, and surprise where contemporary Italian crafts become collectibles

Current Exhibition

Visit us to discover an eclectic, unexpected collection of one-of-a-kind Murano glass pieces born from the collision between Bradley Theodore’s highly charged creativity and the Murano makers’ time-honored expertise. Theodore mixed his personal iconography with classic Venetian symbols such as Rezzonico chandeliers, mouthblown mirrors, and souvenirs de Venise to create a limited-edition collection of Murano glass pieces crafted by Covi e Puccioni, Fratelli Tosi, Luci Italia, Multiforme, Ongaro & Fuga, Specchi Veneziani and Venice Factory, all displayed on beautiful wallpapers by ​Larghevedute.


518 West 19th Street, New York, New York

+1 917 409 3176

Monday – Saturday, 10am to 6pm

Thursday, 10am to 8pm