The gallery created in 1997 in the Art Drouot district in Paris, represents international artistic currents from the immediate post-war period to the present day.The gallery opens up to the new cultural geography with current international and intergenerational artists with strong social implications. Wole Lagunju and Tonia Nneji, representing the Nigerian art scene recently joined Soly Cissé born in Senegal and Ibrahim Ballo, Lass, Dramane Bamana, in Mali. These artists help shape contemporary international culture and are featured in our space or at events or art fairs.
The gallery has presented from the beginning, the emblematic artists of the immediate post-war period, leaders of Lyrical Abstraction, as well as the artists of the Cobra group. The gallery’s presentations have contributed to the historical recall of artists like Véra Pagava, Marcel Barbeau, Canadian Automatist, Paul Jenkins, Asger Jorn, Christian Dotrement, Karel Appel and Corneille. Since June 2014, Alexandre Vial, whose family has been established in Africa for three generations, has joined the gallery team and takes into account all the diversity of a new cultural geography. Recent exhibitions at the gallery include : Que dialoguent les masques, Soly Cissé, Karel Appel, Corneille, Bengt Lindström. In 2019, Soly Cissé, un paysage animal. 2020 : Fil d’hibernation, Ibrahim Ballo, in partership with the Institut Français. The gallery is a member of the CPGA and in 2019 inaugurated a new space at 16 rue Grange-Batelière. next to the Drouot auction Sales Hotel.
16 rue Grange-Batelière,
Tel. + 33 1 47 70 18 08 / + 33 6 09 91 92 93
Monday to Friday from 11am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 7pm, Saturday from 12pm to 6pm