This is Dorothy's Gallery but at the moment it looks more like the hq of Barack Obama's fan club.
And it's not even in America - this is Paris - the art ,and it seems Obama, -loving capital of France.
Dorothy Polley is an American.
She's organised the exhibition with the help of Democrats Abroad and French Obama supporters.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) DOROTHY POLLEY, OWNER OF DOROTHY'S GALLERY, SAYING:
"The French are extremely passionate for Barack Obama and they would like to know more about him. So, through the versions of the artist and the very long video that I did, I'm hoping that people can come here and discover him and especially discover the very special charisma that he has and what it is about him that makes people passionate."
30 French and American artists are exhibiting their work.
It seems there's plenty of interest in Obama's relatively new political face.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) ARTIST, EMMANUELLE FEVRE, SAYING:
"Obviously this is a moment in time in history, I think, and it's a very inspiring man, I suppose. I mean, my work has always been super-imposing layers, and everything, so I really wanted to sort of show the diversity of his life and, you know, this originality of his character."
Obama is extremely popular across Europe.
He would probably win by a landslide if Europeans were voting for him.
Most of Dorothy's exhibition visitors certainly know what election result they want.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) RONNIE KANAREK, AMERICAN VISITOR, SAYING:
"That Obama wins with a very very big majority, and that the Democrats win with a very very big majority. And I hope that the United States gets back on track."
(SOUNDBITE) (French) HERVE ROGER, FRENCH VISITOR, SAYING:
"I think that eight years of Bush is enough. We have seen where it led us, and it was not so great. We need a change, that would be good, because we are heading straight into a wall now."
A few paintings are unlikely to influence the result of the American election.
But a win would certainly make these pictures even more popular - and of course more valuable.
Sonia Legg, Reuters.