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431 Washington Street
New York, NY 10013
212 226 2646

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437 Washington Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
212 226 2646
Charles Moffett is a New York-based contemporary art gallery established in 2018 with two locations in Tribeca. The gallery showcases works by both established and emerging artists, with a focus on modern and contemporary painting, sculpture, and installation. The gallery programs eight to ten exhibitions per year, working in collaboration with curators, writers, other galleries, and institutions to support the visions of the ten artists the gallery represents. Charles Moffett is a member of Art Dealers Association of America, New Art Dealers Alliance, Galleries Commit and the Gallery Climate Coalition.
Artists Represented:
Sam Bornstein Alec Egan Maggie Ellis Keiran Brennan Hinton Keith Jackson Julia Jo Miguel Angel Payano Jr. Kenny Rivero Lily Stockman Bari Ziperstein


Installation view of Miguel Angel Payano Jr: Out From. Photo by: Tom Barratt
Installation view of Bari Ziperstein: Set Patterns. Photo by Tom Barratt
Installation view of Lily Stockman: The Tilting Chair. Photo by Tom Barratt
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Current Exhibition

Jean-Pierre Villafañe


June 21, 2024 - August 2, 2024
Charles Moffett is pleased to present Playtime, Puerto Rican-born, New York-based artist Jean-Pierre Villafañe’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition comprises a new body of work, including oil paintings on linen, works on paper, and an architectural diorama, all of which Villafañe created during the esteemed Silver Art Projects residency that provides artists free studio space on the 28th floor of 4 World Trade Center. Ever the keen observer of his environment, Villafañe uses this insight into the Manhattan office to paint a narrative of the intricate dance between concealed individual desires and well-rehearsed corporate responsibility. Throughout this exhibition, Villafañe explores themes of power and illusion, fantasy and deviance, submission and irreverence, and sexuality and desire — all played out in an imagined yet eerily familiar “stage set” of the corporate office and performed by a troupe of traditional, white-collar workers.