VISCERA – new works by Alex Wolkowicz

The Carlton Arms’ Artbreak gallery is excited to present VISCERA, an exhibition of new work by Alex Wolkowicz, the artist’s first solo show in New York. She is exhibiting a series of pigment prints on paper, taken from her Viscera textile sculptures together with an installation of the sculptures themselves in the context of an ambient soundscape.

Opening reception May 11, 6-9


The Carlton Arms Art Project presents TURN AND FACE THE STRANGE. Four new rooms will open on Thursday, May 9th from 6 to 9 pm

‘HIGH GLOSS’ a new room by Sharron Devine and Ben Scappaticcio

We're very excited to introduce Sharron, Ben and their lovely daughter Joan Lily. They've spent most of a 2016 circumnavigating the globe, visiting 12 countries and staying in close to a 100 hotel rooms.

It seems a natural conclusion to create a hotel room of their own inspired by the recent travels. You can find them working in room 7C at the hotel.

UNTOUCHED – in search of a primal sense of being

Three artists involved in the Carlton Arms Hotel residency program, have currently collaborated in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Opening for the site-specific installation will take place Friday, February 24th, 6-11PM.

Untouched is a site-specific installation by set designer Marijke Brinkhof (Rotterdam) and interdisciplinary artist Alex Wolkowicz (New York), featuring drawings by Jon Barraclough (Liverpool).


Artbreakhotel Gallery at The Carlton Arms Hotel invites you to "I Dream In Dozens": Nature-inspired watercolors by Rachel Rowberry Artist's Reception: Thursday, December 8th 6-9pm

A Cat May Look at a King or Queen

Artbreakhotel Gallery invites you to A CAT MAY LOOK AT A KING OR QUEEN, exhibition of works by Matt Jensen.

Around the hotel – Madison Square Park

Madison Square Park is located just few blocks west from the Carlton Arms Hotel, nestled between Flatiron and NoMad neighborhoods. First established as the public space in 1686, became a park officially in 1847. This 6.2 acres urban oasis is surrounded by some historical buildings including Met Life Tower, New York Life Building, Appellate Division Courthouse and the landmark Flatiron building, which upon its completion in 1902 was one of the tallest buildings in NYC.

Artbreakhotel Gallery presents ‘8 FIGURES’ by Ivey Balderson

Artbreakhotel Gallery invites you to 8 FIGURES, exhibition of new works by Ivey Balderson

Mike Tyler’s ‘Black Night, Black Knight’

In his new book, Black Night, Black Knight, Tyler’s poems evoke a time when phone booths still existed, you could smoke on planes, and Richard Nixon had just died—inspiring the shortest poem in the book: “Good.” Infamous for breaking his arm during a particularly tumultuous reading, Tyler’s writing is fueled by a red-hot, molten exchange with his audience and his contemporary hallucinatory and sharp-edged phrasing give a direct experience of a moment in poetic time that The Village Voice says “pulses with the same euphoric heartbeat that made Rimbaud the proto punk rock hero.”