De Buck Gallery
De Buck Gallery has played a significant role in both representation and support of some of the most innovative artists of our time. Founded in 2011 by international art dealer, David De Buck, the gallery focuses on contemporary artists, from emerging to mid-career, and is deeply committed to compelling and innovative artists’ projects and exhibitions.
De Buck presents artists who are art scene leaders across their disciplines, movements and eras with a strong curatorial following and critical acclaim. The gallery programming engages contemporary talent such as Rashaad Newsome, Devan Shimoyama, Stephen Towns, Sharif Bey, Tahnee Lonsdale, and Juan Garaizabal. Critically acclaimed shows such as “Sweet” (2017) by Devan Shimoyama, “STOP PLAYING IN MY FACE!” (2016) by Rashaad Newsome and “The Night Light Fell from the Sky,” by Stephen Towns demonstrate the gallery’s cutting-edge and cross-disciplinary approach with dynamic new multi-media programming and performance.
In 2020, the gallery has exhibited the Belgian painter Gommaar Gilliams’ new works on canvas in “Always Been Told”, at De Buck through late March. Looking forward, the gallery’s programming will include solo exhibitions of new works by Ronald Jackson and Hiba Schahbaz, as well as “Stephen Towns: Declaration and Resistance”, featuring the artist’s paintings and quilts, opening in December at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. De Buck continues to dedicate the gallery’s ever- expanding programming to the relevant artistic journeys of its roster of artists.