Eli Klein Gallery has an international reputation as one of the foremost galleries specializing in contemporary Asian art and continues to advance the careers of its represented artists and hundreds of other Asian artists with whom it has collaborated. The Gallery has been instrumental in the loan of artworks by Asian artists to over 100 museum exhibitions throughout the world. Open to the public for over 15 years, the Manhattan-based Eli Klein Gallery has published more than 40 books/catalogues and organized more than 75 exhibitions of Asian contemporary art at our prestigious venues in New York City. Eli Klein’s gallery artists have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Artforum, Newsweek, and ARTnews and have been on CNN and countless other international broadcasts, publications, and online critical reviews.
Located at 398 West Street (between Charles and West 10th) in the trendiest part of the West Village, Eli Klein Gallery is just a few blocks from the new Whitney Museum and the commencement point for the High Line. In a landmarked Federal-style row house that enjoys special cultural, historical and aesthetic value to the City of New York, Eli Klein Gallery occupies 3 levels of the building, boasting 13-foot ceilings on the ground floor.
The Gallery was founded by Eli Klein in 2007. During these formative years, it established a reputation for introducing fresh, contemporary, and often challenging works by rising Asian talents to the western audiences. Now, as the leading dealer of Asian contemporary art outside of China, Eli Klein actively promotes cross-cultural awareness and investment at the highest level amongst some of the world’s most influential nations.
Eli Klein Gallery
398 West Street
New York, NY 10014
Phone / Whatsapp: +1 (212) 255-4388
Public Hours: 10AM - 6PM
Tuesday - Saturday