A New York design collective will have a permanent space inside Hudson Yards.
Snarkitecture, a three-man art and architecture curation group, will have a roughly 6,000 s/f ticketed exhibit area on the second floor of 20 Hudson Yards, inside the building’s retail section.
The venue, which will be known as Snark Park, will include “museum-quality” installations and art programming, according to a release from group. The space will open to the public on March 15, 2019.
“We are thrilled to embark on this new journey at Hudson Yards,” Snarkitecture partner Ben Porto said. “Snark Park will act as an incubator for a host of bold new concepts – a catalyst for our imagination of the future of cultural spaces.”
Snark Park is the latest commitment to arts and culture at Hudson Yards, the neighborhood being pioneered by the Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group.
The development also includes The Shed, a performance art venue, and New York’s Staircase, a spiraling walkway structure designed by Thomas Heatherwick known as The Vessel.