Leila and Alexander Heller at their new gallery space on the Upper East Side in New York. Courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery

GALLERY STATEMENT

Since its establishment over three decades ago in New York, Leila Heller Gallery has gained worldwide recognition as a pioneer in promoting creative dialogue and exchange between Western artists and Middle Eastern, Central and Southeast Asian artists. It has garnered a reputation for identifying and cultivating the careers of artists leaving a lasting impact on contemporary art and culture. Currently representing a diverse roster of Western and Middle Eastern artists, the gallery is also active in the American, European and Middle Eastern secondary art markets. In November 2015, Leila Heller Gallery opened its first international location in Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue. At 14,000 square feet, the state-of the-art gallery features three exhibition spaces, making it the largest gallery in the UAE. Showcasing leading regional and international artists, many of whom will be presenting their work in the Middle East for the first time, the gallery is dedicated to supporting the evolving practice of established artists.


ARTISTS

Zeinab Al Hashemi
Ayad Alkadhi
Hashel Al Lamki
Abdul Qader Al Rais
Ghada Amer
Shoja Azari
Shoja Azari & Shahram Karimi
Ross Bleckner
Melis Buyruk
Arthur Carter
Loris Cecchini
Gordon Cheung
Johan Creten
Tony Cragg
Wim Delvoye
Reza Derakshani
Mia Fonssagrives Solow
Zaha Hadid
Valerie Hammond
Rachel Lee Hovnanian
Richard Hudson
Ran Hwang
Pouran Jinchi
Y.Z. Kami
Nancy Lorenz
Aref Montazeri
Nick Moss
Steven Naifeh
Francesca Pasquali
Soraya Sharghi
Sudarshan Shetty
Philip Taaffe
Mitra Tabrizian
The Bruce High Quality Foundation
Iké Udé
Jai Young Jeong
Firooz Zahedi
Arman In Collaboration With The Arman Marital Trust & Corice Arman Trustee
The Estate Of Marcos Grigorian
The Estate Of Farideh Lashai


PREMISES

Leila Heller Gallery

I-87, Alserkal Avenue, PO Box 413991
Al Quoz 1, Dubai, UAE

Tel: +971 4 3216942
Email: [email protected]

Opening hours:
Saturday – Thursday, 10AM – 7PM

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