Galerie Florence Loewy
Florence Loewy is one of the rare specialists in the field of books and artists’ editions. Active since 1989, she moved to the Marais in 2001 where she inaugurated a bookstore space designed by the duo Jakob+MacFarlane and initiated an exhibition program that began with General Idea Boutique Cœurs Volants.
This was followed by solo exhibitions by Michel François (2002), Francesc Ruiz (2003), Tim Maul (2005), Yann Sérandour (2007), Didier Rittener (2007), Sara MacKillop (2010), Florian Bézu (2012), Erik Van der Weijde (2012), Joan Ayrton (2015), and Charlie Jeffery (2016), as well as a number of group exhibitions by outside curators.
She also hosts projects centered around the book and the multiple work by producing editions with Robert Barry, Barbara Bloom, Jérémie Gindre, Tim Maul, Jonathan Monk, Didier Rittener, Batia Suter or Claude Closky.
Since March 2017, she reverses the bookshop and gallery spaces by specifying her programming on the gallery side around the artists she represents and on the books side around monographic exhibitions, launches and selections of artists’ books.
Charlie H Jeffery
Erik van der Weijde