Trident Gallery

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189 Main Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 491-7785
Hours:
Thu Fri 12-5, Sat 10-7, Sun Mon 10-5 (see website for exceptions)

About Us

Trident Gallery shows beautiful and intelligent contemporary art in all mediums, emphasizing the work of artists continuing Gloucester’s rich legacy as a center for new American Art.

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  • About

    Trident Gallery shows beautiful and intelligent contemporary art in all mediums, emphasizing the work of artists continuing Gloucester’s rich legacy as a center for new American Art.

    Every five weeks, Trident Gallery presents a new exhibition of contemporary art in a rich context of written commentary and public discussion. Special offerings and works by represented artists are always on display, and clients may explore extensive inventory at the gallery or privately, through both advanced technologies and print materials. Gallery Director Dr. Matthew Swift curates and produces gallery exhibitions, drawing on academic expertise and four generations of involvement in the art world of Cape Ann.

    The Trident Live Art Series presents performances by seasoned professionals showing experimental and collaborative work in the intimate salon setting of the gallery. Live Art Series Director Sarah Slifer Swift curates and produces the performances, drawing on two decades of experience in the United States and abroad as a dance artist, choreographer, and producer.

    Compelling art, illuminating critical context, and dedicated professionalism distinguish Trident Gallery as a leader of the vital arts scene of Cape Ann and as a singular resource for collectors, corporate clients, and the public.

    Trident Gallery is located in a purpose-built space within the elegant Gloucester Safe Deposit and Trust building of 1880 in the heart of historic downtown Gloucester and the Harbortown Cultural District.

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  • Whom to Contact

    • Dr. Matthew Swift
      Director
      Phone: (978) 491-7785
  • Directions

    At the intersection of Main and Pleasant Streets in downtown Gloucester, next to the police station and courthouse.

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