Soapbox Gallery is dedicated to providing a forum for visual artists to engage in the issues of our time and express themselves publicly without censorship.
In the tradition of the humble yet mighty soapbox that encouraged free speech and played a role in the development of our social contract, provocative work can stir public debate, raise consciousness, and even spur social evolution.
Too many of us despair at the lack of content in work celebrated by the ART world. Soapbox Gallery challenges artists to speak out and be relevant.
Soapbox Gallery is located at 636 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY 11238 between Carlton and Vanderbilt. It is in the heart of Prospect Heights and a few blocks away from the Barclays Center.
We accept submissions on a rolling basis. Please click here to find out how to submit your work.
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn, New York 11238
Interested in renting our space for an event, a photo/video shoot, or rehearsals? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on our rates and policies.