Nicelle Beauchene Gallery is located at 7 Franklin Place in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York. The gallery first opened on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in 2008 to promote the work of emerging local and international artists. In December 2012, the gallery relocated to a historic two-story building on Broome Street shared with Jack Hanley, where the two galleries switched exhibition spaces every other show. Beauchene spearheaded this site-specific move to expand upon the Lower East Side's histories of collaboration, cooperation and flexible exhibition contexts. For several years, the gallery operated an off-site project space staged in an apartment, allowing artists to reconfigure the boundaries of the domestic sphere. Gallery artists include: Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, Jonathan Baldock, Yevgeniya Baras, Richard Bosman, Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Alex Bradley Cohen, Jennifer Paige Cohen, Louise Despont, the Estate of John Evans, Jordan Kasey, Jim Lee, Andrew Masullo, James Miller, Lucy Puls, the Gee's Bend Quiltmakers, Eleanor Ray, Daniel Rios Rodriguez, Bruce M. Sherman, Willie Stewart, Ruby Sky Stiler, Alice Tippit and Chris Wiley. In 2019, Nicelle Beauchene and fellow dealer Franklin Parrasch cofounded Parts & Labor Beacon, an exhibition space dedicated to staging two-person exhibitions. Creating specific conversations between younger, mid-career artists and their historically recognized predecessors, Parts & Labor Beacon’s intimate framing re-contextualizes standard histories of art. The project has worked with a range of artists, including: Nick Cave, Lois Dodd, John Edmonds, Marcia Haffif, Shara Hughes, Xylor Jane, Ray Johnson, Al Loving, John McAllister, Deborah Remington, Alison Saar and Chiffon Thomas. Nicelle Beauchene was the President of the New Art Dealers Alliance from 2010–2017.


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