New York Gallery

Discover Contemporary Art in NYC

Axelle is a contemporary art gallery located in the SoHo neighborhood in lower Manhattan, New York City. We first opened our doors in 1998 and over the years have evolved into a unique and important part of the arts community.

The gallery is owned by entrepreneur and adventurer Bertrand Delacroix, son of the well-known artist Michel Delacroix. Exhibits feature original artwork in figurative, realism, and impressionist styles you seldom find in other NYC art galleries.

Visit us next time you are in New York and we guarantee you’ll have an unforgettable experience, or visit our sister location in Boston, MA.

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Currently Showing

Albert Hadjiganev : Mar 7 – April 5, 2015

Axelle Fine Arts Galerie welcomes back contemporary French Bulgarian painter Albert Hadjiganev to Soho for his 11th solo exhibition with us. As a minimalist, Hadjiganev captures the simple moments of daily life with only a few elements.

Artist Reception: Saturday, March 7 (6-8pm)

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Yves Crenn “UN AUTRE TEMPS” : April 18 – May 17, 2015

Nature morte aux roses blanches. Pastel on paper.

Yves Crenn returns to Axelle Fine Arts Galerie for his sixth exhibition. Crenn is known for his unusual blend of pastel and watercolors on paper; this technique gives his portraits, still lifes and cityscapes a distinct, beautiful texture.

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Eric Roux-Fontaine “JARDINS SECRETS” : May 30 – Jun 28, 2015

Théatre lunaire. Mixed media on canvas.

The gallery is thrilled to present Eric Roux-Fontaine’s 3rd Axelle solo exhibition to New York City. After extremely successful solo shows at both Axelle Boston (2013) and Axelle SoHo (2012), the gallery is excited to receive an all-new collection of work from the French painter.

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