An art and design gallery located in the heart of Chelsea. Created and curated by Satu and Celeste Greenberg, The Factory is a quintessential New York loft space featuring a rotating roster of designers and artists ranging from furniture, design objects, photography, and fine art.
To create an engaging dialogue between the object, the space, and the visitor, the gallery masquerades itself like an open living room hosting a curated selection of art pieces. When entering the Factory, you are transported into a world where the room and walls work in a symbiotic symphony granting you an unforgettable New York experience.
Abi Polinsky is a photographer and visual artist based in New York City. His process comprises extravagant set design, experimental lighting, and color processing. “Dreamscapes” features the artist's most unconstrained work to date. Polinsky fully submits to his instincts, uninhibited by rational thought or reason.Explore Dreamscapes
Lyora Pissarro x The Allaux Brothers
Lyora’s new exhibition in collaboration with The Allaux Brothers “Mindscapes," at Tuleste Factory combines new technology with traditional techniques to explore the fluctuating nature of internal and external landscapes. Rooted in impressionistic theories of light, Pissarro paints utopian landscapes. Each of the artworks in this series are sold with a unique NFT, a light art projection mapped design by the Allaux Brothers.Explore Mindscapes
Yonathan Moore's light sculptures were developed through an investigation into the optical qualities and sculptural possibilities of acrylic. Yonathan decided to use light phenomenons as the element to evoke curiosity within us to visualize the untold histories he had studied.View collection
Kelsie Rudolph's handmade ceramics explore the contrast of hard and soft bold forms with vivid color. The texture of her surfaces allow the paint to pool and run. Kelsie's process means that each piece is totally unique.View Collection
ANDEAN by Alejandro Moyano
Alejandro’s focus is on developing social design projects that mark an immediate difference in contemporary issues. The form of the designs is shaped by his close relation to Ecuador’s traditional methods and aesthetics, influenced by his experience in furniture design and love of woodworking.View collection
Brandi Howe’s work functions as a dose of the surreal in an often mundane world. As an artist and creative director, her transcendent vision connects her set design, furniture design, interior design, fashion and textile design. Soft and lush, her Biomorphic mirrors are a testament to her hyper charged aesthetic.View collection