Best off-the-beaten-path art galleries

At these out-of-the way art galleries in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, you'll find up-and-coming talent worth watching.

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These off-the-beaten-path NYC art galleries may seem far-flung, but what they have on view is worth the trip. Here are the best; click through to see what they're showing.

Fisher Landau Center for Art

This gallery in Queens showcases the personal collection of Emily Fisher Landau.

  1. 38-27 30th St, (between 38th and 39th Aves)
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Soloway

  • Free

This Billyburg gallery takes its name from a plumbing and heating business that used to occupy the storefront location.

  1. 348 South 4th St, (between Hooper and Keap Sts), 11211
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Algus Greenspon

  • Free

This gallery is a revival house for forgotten artistic careers.

  1. 71 Morton St, (between Greenwich and Hudson Sts), 10014
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SculptureCenter

  • Price band: 1/4

SculptureCenter is one of the best places to see work by blossoming and midcareer artists.

  1. 44-19 Purves St, (at Jackson Ave)
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Broadway 1602

  • Free

The trek to this upper-level space in the Garment District is worth the trouble.

  1. 1181 Broadway, third floor, (at 28th St), 10001
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