Tripoli Gallery is pleased to announce Alone Gallery. The 8 week long program, conceived by friends Max Levai, Tripoli Patterson,, and Bob Rubin, is designed specially in response to the practical challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

To visit the exhibitions, guests must register at for a dedicated 30-minute time slot. Upon making your reservation, you will be guided through the access process by email, and reminded of your appointment via text message. Groups of up to 4 people who are quarantining together are permitted for each reservation. Complimentary face masks, hand sanitizer and shoe covers will be provided at the sanitation station outside the gallery, and daily cleanings of the space will be executed overnight. Thanks in advance for letting us know of any schedule changes and feel free to reach out with any questions to or 631.377.3715.
Alone Gallery will present 5 short exhibitions referred to as spotlights, between June 17th and August 10th, at which point Tripoli Gallery’s regular schedule will resume. These exhibitions will feature concise solo presentations as well as dynamic pairings of well-known artists spanning generations, styles, and mediums. The programming will take place in a custom gallery configuration designed for the concept. The first two spotlights in the series will be solo presentations by Alex Katz and Tony Matelli. Alex Katz, Three Portraits, will be on view June 17th through June 28th and Tony Matelli will open Tuesday June 30th and will run through the 7th of July. To learn about future programming and follow the exhibitions online, please refer to


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