Located in a townhouse in the Gramercy Park district of New York City, Edelman Arts specializes in the secondary market sales and placement of art works in a broad range of genres, from Impressionist, Modern, Post-War, Photography and Contemporary Art.  Edelman Arts curates exhibitions, both independently and collaboratively since 2001.

Works are available and not limited to the following artists:

Estate of Fritz Bultman, Paul Cezanne, Joseph Cornell, Gunther Forg, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Alberto Giacometti, George Grosz, Keith Haring, Robert Indiana, Franz Kline, Jannis Kounellis, Willem de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, Edouard Manet, Brice Marden, Nabil Nahas, Jules Olitski, Pablo Picasso, Larry Rivers, Will Ryman, David Salle, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Robert Wilson, Christopher Winter, and more.

Through it's affiliates, Artemus and Art Assure LLC, Edelman Arts has unique access to investment quality artworks, prior to reaching the public market, as well as the ability to advise clients on purchases and sales of artwork. Through Artemus' innovative financing and leasing models, a fresh approach is available to private collectors and dealers. 

Viewings are by appointment.

Contact:    T. +1 212 472 7770    E. info@edelmanarts.com    135 East 15th Street, New York, NY 10003


In 2015, Edelman Arts curated of the public arts collection for the One World Trade Center in New York. The collection includes a monumental works by José Parla, Argue and Fritz Bultman, Greg Goldberg, and Bryan Hunt. The collection is on view in the North, South and Sixty Fourth Floor lobbies where the installations are viewed by 30,000 visitors a day.  

Asher Edelman began collecting in the early 1960’s and by the mid 1980’s, he had accumulated one of the preeminent and visionary contemporary art collections of its time. A close friend of Léo Castelli and Ileana Sonnabend, he set trends and many of the artists he collected early on would become the biggest icons in the art world, such as Jasper Johns, Brice Marden, Cy Twombly, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, John Chamberlain, Lucio Fontana, and Keith Haring, to mention a few.

In 1991, he opened FAE, Musée d’Art Contemporain in Lausanne, which presented the first European retrospectives of seminal contemporary American artists, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Mapplethorpe and Peter Halley. "Picasso Contemporain," an exhibition of the artist's post war work is still considered an unparalleled exploration of Picasso as a transmitter, interpreter and prophet of the ideas and techniques of Post War art.  The trailblazing group exhibition, "Post Human," co-curated by Chantal Prod’Hom and Jeffrey Deitch at FAE, helped define a new figurative movement and vision in art with artists such as Paul McCarthy, Matthew Barney, Mike Kelley, Cindy Sherman, Jeff Koons and many more.