Thursday–Sunday, 12pm–6pm. All exhibitions and events are always free.

Click on a location to see programs and details.

Tap a location to see programs and details.

315 Maujer

315 Maujer is the location of Amant’s main public entrance, welcome desk and exhibition spaces, as well as the private offices for Amant staff.

It is open to the public from Thursday to Sunday.

932 Grand

932 Grand is Amant’s main gallery for exhibitions and projects. It also hosts a Café and Bookstore, offering both a cozy lounge in which to relax over a book and a coffee, as well as an active space for live readings, workshops, and presentations.

It is open to the public from Thursday to Sunday.

Café & Bookstore

Amant’s Café & Bookstore offers two modes of cultural consumption: a cozy lounge in which to relax over a book and a coffee, and an active space for live readings, workshops, and presentations.

The Café & Bookstore opens from Monday to Wednesday from 9am-2pm and from Thursday to Sunday from 9am-6pm.

Hours and Directions


Café & Bookstore
Monday–Wednesday, 9am–2pm
Thursday–Sunday, 9am–6pm

Amant campus is easily accessible by bicycle, car, and public transport. Street parking is available.

  • Take the L Train to the Grand St subway stop, located at the intersection of Grand St and Bushwick Ave.

  • Take the Bus Q54 or Q59 to the Grand St/Waterbury St stop or Grand St/Olive St stop.

  • A Citibike bike-sharing station is located at Stagg St and Waterbury St.

The health of our visitors and staff remains our top priority. COVID-19 vaccination and masks are no longer required but strongly recommended for all visitors. Our top priority is your health and safety, but we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to COVID-19. As a visitor to Amant, you assume the risk of such exposure.

Photography and video are permitted only for personal, noncommercial use. No tripods, extension poles, or flashes are allowed.

No food or drink is allowed inside the galleries. Bottled water is permitted in a sealable container.

Scooters, skateboards, and personal items larger than 16 x 17 x 8, are not permitted in the galleries but can be checked in for storage at the reception desk. Baby strollers are welcome, but stroller access may occasionally be limited in certain galleries.

With the exception of service animals, we don’t allow any animals in our gallery spaces or indoor public events.


We are committed to making Amant as welcoming as possible for all visitors. Our entry at 315 Maujer Street is step-free and suitable for wheelchair users. Our galleries, bookstore, and restroom facilities are also wheelchair accessible.

All the on-site visitor and exhibition related materials are available in English and Spanish and are available at the reception desk.

ASL interpretation for events at Amant is available on request. We require two weeks’ notice to confirm an interpreter.

For further information about accessibility at Amant, or for booking an interpreter, please email us at:

Covid-19 Safety: The health and safety of our visitors is our top priority. Proof of vaccination and masks are no longer required. If you feel sick or are having symptoms, we ask that you stay home.

Accessibility Map


For each exhibition, we organize a curatorial tour. These tours are free and announced on our program calendar, prior registration is highly recommended.

We are also able to organize pre-arranged group tours at an alternative time during our opening hours for a small fee. Please contact for more information.

You can access information and special content about our exhibitions, public programs, and artists via our digital guide on Bloomberg Connects. We also feature a special section dedicated to younger visitors.

The guide provides context to first-time visitors as well as additional, in-depth contents for our regular audience. Download the free guide via this QR code, your mobile app store, or the Bloomberg Connects website.

Young People and School Groups

Amant offers free, facilitated group visits for younger audiences on Thursdays and Fridays 10am-6pm. These visits provide an in-depth view of the exhibitions and artists, their contexts, and materials and engage the group through inquiry-based learning activities that involve personal interpretation as well as creative exercises.

Go to Learn to know more about our activities, learnshops, digital guides and learning resources.