The Gallery of The Future in New York City will open to the public on Wednesday, June 25, 2019, the gallery announced on Wednesday.
The gallery is the first of its kind in the United States, and is a partnership between the New York Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Galleria d.
It will house work by leading artists, including Dadaists and photographers.
The exhibition will include an interactive, 360-degree view of the New World, a work by the famed French surrealist painter Pierre Lumière, a retrospective by photographer Eric Deggans and an installation by the New Yorker’s own Maria Shriver.
The Galleria’s flagship gallery in New Orleans, Galleria du Cap-Lit, has been open for more than 40 years.
The New York institution opened the gallery last year.
The opening is the culmination of years of work to expand the gallery to include a broader range of artists, from contemporary artists to contemporary painters, as well as a broader audience.
The New York gallery is also a major patron of the Museum’s National Gallery of Art and will receive an additional $1 million annually.
The gallery will be located in the museum’s new building, which opened last year, in a space designed to accommodate the gallery’s growing collection.