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Our Mission

Four Eleven gallery is an exhibition space for emerging and mid-career artists from Provincetown and beyond. Four Eleven Gallery also provides a new platform for guest curated group shows.

FOR OVER 50 YEARS, THE RAMBLING WHITE HOUSE AT 411 COMMERCIAL ST. HAS BEEN A STUDIO AND HOME TO MANY ARTISTS AND WRITERS.

THE STOREFRONT GALLERY SPACE, OPENED IN 2011 BY LIZ CARNEY, IS A TRUE PAINTER’S GALLERY.

IT IS BEEN SAID BY MANY LOCALS THAT THE GALLERY EVOKES A FEELING OF OLD PROVINCETOWN.

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History

Originally built around the turn of the century, 411 was turned into a guest house in the early 60’s by Helen Daphnis-Avlon and her husband, the well known New York School Abstractionist painter Nassos Daphnis. In 1978, the home was purchased by Madelyn Carney for the view of the pier from the dining room table. For thirty years, it provided a home for painters, playwrights, and four eleven provides a new platform for guest-curated shows including painting, sculpture, new media and performance works. Exhibiting works that explore process and visual form ranging from representational paintings and abstract paintings in the Provincetown tradition to works with more culturally critical content, four eleven offers a dynamic gallery program.