The Kitchen

The Kitchen is an influential performance art theater in Chelsea. Founded in 1971 as a center for video art, many notable artists have passed through early in their careers.

The Kitchen is one of NYC’s Leading Experimental Theaters

Sometimes “experimental” implies amateur, but that is not the case at The Kitchen. It does focus on emerging New York artists, but artists who “emerged” over the years include Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson, Brian Eno, Lucinda Childs, Bil T. Jones, Talking Heads, and Cindy Sherman.

Latin Artists at The Kitchen

New York-based Mexican artist Raúl De Nieves and Colin Self present The Fool, a four-act chamber opera for chorus and string ensemble. February 9-11, 2017. $15

Visiting the Kitchen

The Kitchen
512 West 19th St (between Tenth & Eleventh Ave)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 255-5793

The Kitchen Gallery is open Tuesday-Sunday 11am-6pm

(A)(C)(E) to 14th or 23rd St
(L) to Eighth Ave

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