Art Gallery in New York
Amongst some of Manhattan’s most vivacious neighborhoods lies two of Eden Fine Art premier galleries. One on the illustrious Madison Avenue and the other in the historic SoHo district. These two flagship locations are part of a network of galleries owned and managed by Eden Fine Art, established in 1997 and has been operating as an international gallery for over twenty years.
Eden Gallery New York
Eden Fine Art Galleries promote a consistent artistic direction by curating contemporary artworks congruous with an optimistic and colorful view of life. Both New York galleries regularly exhibit collections from our exceptionally vivid international artists, each with a uniquely contemporary expression that conveys joy and fascination.
Being part of an international network of galleries owned and operated by Eden Fine Art, established in 1997, this gallery represents over 26 distinguished artists from across the globe. Eden Fine Art brings to SoHo a fresh modern collection of art that is carefully curated to compliment our bright and contemporary aesthetic.
SoHo Art Galleries
SoHo, one of New York City’s busiest gallery districts, is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan bound by West Houston St. and Canal St. This famous neighborhood was initially notorious for being home to many artists’ lofts and galleries, personifying New Yorks artistic landscape. Today many of the artists have left. However, the galleries are plentiful, and the unique artistic ambiance still remains within the historic cobblestone streets.
Eden Gallery SoHo
Located in one of SoHo’s 500 protected historic buildings Eden Fine Art opened its 25,000 square feet gallery in 2016 on the corner of Broome St. and Greene St. This four-floor gallery boasts high ceilings, natural light, and a creative atmosphere welcoming to artists, art lovers, and art patrons alike. While the space is minimalistic, the art will awaken your senses with explosions of color. This unique gallery houses cutting-edge contemporary art while providing you insight into the rich and diverse art history of the neighborhood.
It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and it’s undoubtedly the case that to truly appreciate an artwork, you need to view it in person. So next time you are in New York City make sure to stop by this SoHo Gallery and experience the art first hand.