7 New Galleries, from New York to São Paulo, Have Joined Sotheby's Gallery Network

7 New Galleries, from New York to São Paulo, Have Joined Sotheby's Gallery Network


A s galleries continue their mission of supporting their roster of artists, Sotheby's Gallery Network is pleased to support galleries in this collaborative new partnership. Twenty-three galleries are currently online showing a range and depth of contemporary art to suit all types of collecting passions. This week, seven new galleries bring with them an exciting variety of works available now: Fergus McCaffrey, David Benrimon Fine Art, Nino Mier Gallery, Nathalie Karg Gallery, Galeria Nara Roesler, Rhona Hoffman Gallery and Andrew Kreps Gallery.

Discover all they have to offer, catch up on the six galleries added last week, and visit Sotheby's Gallery Network to browse the full range of artworks available exclusively on Sothebys.com.



F ounded in 2006, Fergus McCaffrey represents an increasingly global group of post-war and contemporary artists from the United States, Europe, and Japan. For over a decade, the gallery has developed a multifaceted program, representing over 24 artists and estates worldwide. Internationally recognized for its promotion of postwar Japanese and seminal western artists, Fergus McCaffrey has locations in New York, Tokyo, and St. Barth.



D avid Benrimon Fine Art was founded by David Benrimon in the 1990s in the heart of New York’s Midtown Manhattan to advise collectors and investors on the dynamic world of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art. With over 30 years experience, David Benrimon has the distinct advantage of understanding the art market from many different angles. His art world career began with framing and curating when he founded Varick Street Framing in 1977 and Central Art Framing in the 1980s to serve Manhattan’s growing artistic community. Both companies served as a haven for helping dealers such as Leo Castelli and artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol realize their vision through framing. As the art community in SoHo grew, David acquired important works by artists that would later become part of art history. In 2019, the gallery moved to the renowned Fuller Building on 57th Street and Madison Avenue to expand its exhibition space. David Benrimon Fine Art curates historic exhibitions by Modern, Post-War and Contemporary artists, which include “Sam Francis: Abstract Impressionist” (2020); “Ed Ruscha: Six Decades of Printmaking” (2019); “Tom Wesselmann: Steelcuts” (2019); and “Fernando Botero” (2019).



G aleria Nara Roesler is a leading Brazilian contemporary art gallery, representing seminal Brazilian and international artists who emerged in the 1950s as well as preeminent mid-career and emerging artists who dialogue with the currents put forth by these historical figures. Founded by Nara Roesler in 1989, the gallery has consistently fomented curatorial practice while upholding the utmost quality in art production. This has actively been put into practice through a select and rigorous exhibitions program created in close collaboration with its artists; the implementation and fostering of the Roesler Hotel program, a platform for curatorial projects; and continued support to artists beyond the gallery space, working with institutions and curators in offsite shows. In 2012, the gallery doubled its São Paulo exhibition space, in 2014 it expanded to Rio, and in 2015 it opened in New York City, continuing its mission to provide the best platform for its artists to show their work.

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