about the gallery
Established in 2015 by owner Georges Bergès, this two-floor salon-style art gallery draws inspiration from the work and legacy of titan gallerist and art dealer Leo Castelli and from New York City’s art scene of the 1970s and 1980s.
Located in the heart of NYC’s historic SoHo, and now also internationally in Germany’s creative capital of Berlin, Georges Bergès Gallery features a dazzling blend of consequential living artists from all around the world. Collectors acquire original works of established artists, vetted and shown by prestigious museums, institutions, and private collections throughout the globe, and of avant-garde emerging artists who are too relevant and significant to be ignored. Georges Bergès Gallery prides itself on introducing collectors to the art and artists that will come to define tomorrow’s artworld.
In harmony with its global perspective and devotion to artists of distinctive talent, creative vision, and points of reference, Georges Bergès Gallery remains deeply invested in the professional development of its artists and in presenting noteworthy exhibitions to its audiences—Exhibition examples include The Feminine Sublime curated in collaboration with world-renowned art critic, poet, and historian Donald Kuspit and Three Mile Harbor Road featuring works of Nicolas Carone and Jackson Pollock and a rare collaboration piece painted together by the two artists in 1954.
Art collectors worldwide can feel secure about the originality and quality of artists, artworks, and exhibitions at Georges Bergès Gallery.