Jack Davletshin is the brains and muscle behind the art shows at 320 studios in Midtown Manhattan. His recent show “The Contrast Art Show” was an art exhibition that put together a variation of artists, artistic movement groups, and several upcoming galleries in an attempt to show the rising trend of art in New York City. The participants include members of groups such as: the Pudding Factory Art Collective, The New York Art Page, The Art Society for the Advancement of the Spine, the Marketplace Gallery and The American Art Gallery; all together coming in at upwards of 30 artists.
Jack’s shows are not only full of great art but also great energy. He is always looking for new talent and is currently working on his next show that could be happening in January. If you haven’t been to 320 studios yet, I suggest you do not miss his next art show because the art, the people, the location and the view are amazing. That is why his openings are packed and go on deep into the night. There is also a balcony that overlooks midtown, giving you one of the best views of Manhattan. Jack is slowly making a difference and he is becoming a big player in the art scene. He is already very popular among artists because he helps them get exposure; which is the hardest part of becoming a successful artist. We need more Jacks in this town.