De Buck Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with locations in New York City and Saint-Paul de Vence, France. The gallery supports a vibrant program centered on identity-based work by emerging and mid-career artists primarily focused on figurative painting and innovative fiber art. Founded in 2010 by David De Buck, De Buck Gallery is deeply committed to supporting artists’ growth through gallery exhibitions, special projects, online presentations and art fairs and by supporting museum exhibitions nationally and internationally throughout the year. The gallery's artists and shows have been featured in "The New York Times," "The Wall Street Journal," "Financial Times," "The New York Review of Books," "Artforum," "Cultured," "Artsy," and "artnet News." In 2021, De Buck Gallery opened a new exhibition space and Artist in Residence program in Saint-Paul de Vence, France, a medieval village with a rich artistic legacy. The program extends artists the opportunity to exhibit work in Europe and is dedicated to fostering relationships with the local community. This past year, De Buck Gallery staged exhibitions with Devan Shimoyama, Stephen Towns, REWA and Megan Gabrielle Harris, Zak Ové, Gommaar Gilliams, Sheena Rose, Annan Affotey, Koen van den Broek, Philip Colbert and Rob and Nick Carter. The gallery launched online presentations of the work of Jackie Milad, Emily Stark Menneg and Tina Williams Brewer.




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