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7 Franklin Place
New York, NY 10013
212 375 8043
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery is located in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City. The gallery first opened in 2008 on the Lower East Side of Manhattan to promote the work of emerging local and international artists. In December 2012, the gallery relocated to a historic two-story building on Broome Street shared with Jack Hanley Gallery, where the two galleries alternated shows within the space. Beauchene spearheaded this site-specific move to expand upon the Lower East Side's histories of collaboration, cooperation, and flexible exhibition contexts. For several years, the gallery operated an off-site project space staged in an apartment, as well as an upstate project called Parts & Labor in Beacon, NY co-run with fellow ADAA dealer Franklin Parrasch. 

Artists Represented:
Tunji Adeniyi-Jones 
Saif Azzuz 
Jonathan Baldock 
Mary Lee Bendolph 
Silas Borsos
Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. 
Kari Cholnoky 
Alex Bradley Cohen 
Jennifer Paige Cohen 
Louise Despont 
Estate of John Evans 
Jordan Kasey 
Jim Lee 
Panayiotis Loukas 
Violeta Maya
Quentin James McCaffrey 
James Miller 
Lucy Puls 
Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers 
Eleanor Ray 
Daniel Rios Rodriguez 
Bruce M. Sherman 
Jeni Spota C. 
Willie Stewart 
Alice Tippit 
Chris Wiley

Past Exhibitions

Jordan Kasey


September 8, 2023 - October 14, 2023

Luz Carabaño, Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes, Scott Keightley, Jeneen Frei Njootli, Bronson Smillie

a broad private wink

September 8, 2023 - October 14, 2023
organized by april april.