"Dana and Fortune" by Oliver Wasow, currently on display at THEODORE:Art.

“Dana and Fortune” by Oliver Wasow, currently on display at THEODORE:Art.

When Bushwick Open Studios hits the neighborhood May 30, the hood’s artists will once again show off their workspaces well into the night. (And all hell will break loose.) A few weeks before that happens, a slew of gallerists will do the same with their galleries.

Bushwick/Ridgewood Late Night happens May 10 in concurrence with the Frieze Art Fair in Manhattan, with about 30 galleries staying open till 9 p.m. (and yes, some of them will be pouring).

The event is spearheaded by Stephanie Theodore, a Manhattan-turned-Brooklyn art dealer of about two decades who has seen a lot of changes since she launched THEODORE:Art at 56 Bogart Street. “When I opened in January of 2012 there were about 30+ galleries, now there’s over 50,” she said.

“The foot traffic has picked up so much in the last two years,” she noted, adding that “it’s to the point where there’s packs of Germans with Abercrombie & Fitch bags looking for Roberta’s.”

(Not that Theodore minds European tourists: she says they’re often more willing to come out to Bushwick than Manhattanites are.)

And it’s not just that. “Now we’re getting people who are like, ‘Yeah, I just want to open a gallery,’ and don’t have any connection to the neighborhood or to the artists in New York City.”

With Bushwick/Ridgewood Late Night, Theodore and fellow members of the Bushwick Gallery Association hope to lure newbies out to the neighborhood’s many exhibition spaces. “We’re a very friendly bunch,” she assures. “This isn’t Chelsea, we don’t have the fancy architecture and the beautiful girls at the front desk; we don’t have lines, the top names; we’re not showing Serra and Koons and you don’t have to wait on line to get marshmallows.”

There will, however, be plenty of art on the walls at these participating galleries:

Armature Art Space
316 Weirfield st.
(646) 926-2764

566 Johnson Ave
#27 + #28
(201) 953-4062

Bushwick Community Darkroom
108 Thames St
(718) 218-4023

250 Moore Street, #108
(917) 744-4841

et al Projects
56 Bogart Street
(914) 374-8328

Fresh Window
56 Bogart Street
(718) 417-0783

Fuchs Projects
56 Bogart St.
(718) 366-2280

17-17 Troutman St. #258
(347) 460-7360

Honey Ramka
56 Bogart St.
(646) 401-4431

Interstate Projects
66 Knickerbocker Ave.
(718) 412-8726

Life on Mars Gallery
56 Bogart Street
(718) 417-3935

1623 Hancock St.
(347) 423-0386

4 Charles Place
(347) 925-1433

Momenta Art
56 Bogart Street
(718) 218-8058

56 Bogart St.
(718) 782-7755

1665 Norman St.
(718) 599-2385

Parallel Art Space
1717 Troutman Street

The Parlour
791 Bushwick Avenue
(718) 360-3218

Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St
(718) 473-0819

Schema Projects
92 St Nicholas Ave
(718) 578-3281

Slag Gallery
56 Bogart street, ground floor
(212) 967-9818

Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
ground floor
(917) 714-3813

Studio 10
56 Bogart Street
(718) 852-4396

The Living Gallery
1094 Broadway
(631) 377-1998

56 Bogart Street
(212) 966-4324

1030 Metropolitan Ave
(718) 490-1873

44 Stewart Avenue, #49
(347) 746-8041

464 Seneca Ave.
(718) 381-2962

1109 Dekalb Ave.

For a sense of what they’ll be showing, visit Bushwick & Ridgewood Galleries for a listing of current and upcoming shows at these and other spaces.