Launching Our New York City Gallery – Space Gallery SOHO

SPACE GALLERY ST BARTH OPENS A NEW LOCATION IN NEW YORK CITY; Contemporary art gallery with a strong European flavor opens a new location at 428 Broome Street between Crosby & Lafayette Streets.

Hunt Slonem, Charm Ink Pink, 2018, Oil and acrylic with diamond dust on canvas, 72 x 72 in.


Space Gallery St Barth is excited to open it’s newest location in New York City’s Soho neighborhood. Soho is a perfect fit for is. It is high end and international with an understated cool. 

The gallery’s inaugural exhibition – “St Barth in the City” – will introduce our artists to our new audience. The exhibition will showcase artwork by Gilles Bensimon, Marco Glaviano, Hunt Slonem, Jean-Philippe Piter, Arno Elias, Nicole Etienne, Philip Colbert, Victor Matthews, Gabriella Imperatori-Penn, and Roger Moreau.

Our inaugural exhibition has a distinctly European flavor in that it strives to communicate the spirit of our gallery to our new audience via its curatorial choices.


Space Gallery St Barth is a contemporary art gallery with a focus on international painting and photography by both established and emerging artists. The gallery opened in 2011 in St Barth. Today, we have locations in St Barth, Miami and New York City. 

Natalie Clifford – founder and partner of Space Gallery St Barths – was director of Eden Rock Gallery in St Barth from 2005 until 2011. During this period, Clifford organized a series of high-profile collaborations between Eden Rock Gallery and Mary Boone Gallery, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, and Gagosian Galleries. These partnerships yielded impressive exhibitions of work by artists Richard Prince, Will Cotton, and Piotr Uklanski. 

In 2011, Clifford co-founded Space Gallery St Barth. Since then, the gallery has built up an impressive roster of leading artists, curated international exhibitions, participated in major art fairs including the Venice Biennale. 

We will announce future events via our website, Instagram and Twitter.


Instagram: @spacegallerystbarth

Twitter: @spacestbarth

For more information about the gallery’s Collector’s Club, Art on Consignment program or more, please contact:

Jean-Phillipe Piter, Lisa Clic, 2010, C-Print, 51 x 34 in.
Gabriella Imperatori-Penn,  Flower No 6, 2008, Archival pigment print, 44 x 58 in.