Front Room Gallery was founded by Daniel Aycock in 1999 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. At its Roebling Street address in Brooklyn it was home to multiple programs such as the experimental music series "Sonic Front" curated by Jeremy Slater and the artist's multiples collection "Fuse Works" curated by Ethan Crenson and Amanda Alic. Kathleen Vance joined the gallery in 2004.  In 2017 the gallery relocated to Manhattan's Lower East Side, to its new location at 48 Hester Street.

The gallery's contemporary art program balances a strength in photography with contemporary painting and installation.  The gallery's curatorial focus is on artwork that addresses environmental, social and political concerns, presenting artists that maintain the highest level of skill and individual concept.

They gallery is open Thurs-Sun, 12-6pm.