Based in Paris since 2010, mor charpentier represents both emerging and established artists whose conceptual practices are rooted in social, historical and political realities in multiple and contrasting geographical areas. By promoting engaged practices, the gallery aims to broaden the spectrum of knowledge about crucial contemporary debates.
The inaugural exhibition with Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz filled a gap in visibility in the French art scene, and set the tone for a content-focused program that seeks to broaden the spectrum of debate and questioning on key issues of our time. Since then, a growing number of major international artists have joined the gallery. Coming from different international backgrounds and generations, they all share a commitment to political, social, societal and symbolic causes.
Among them, to name a few, are Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Teresa Margolles, Chen Ching-Yuan, Liliana Porter, Bouchra Khalili, Carlos Motta, Saâdane Afif and Hajra Waheed. Equal gender representation and the promotion of diversity are also part of the gallery’s objectives, with half of the artists represented being women.
In 2021, mor charpentier opened a second exhibition space in Bogotá. This expansion was motivated by the desire to expand the reach of the gallery’s program to new audiences as well as to respond to the artists’ desire to explore new territories. It consolidates a long-term link with the Latin American art scene and confirms the gallery’s international projection.
Alex Mor et Philippe Charpentier
Tel. +33 (0)1 44 54 01 48
Thuesday - Saturday - 11 am - 7 pm
Tel. + 57 60 17 17 83 56
Wednesday - Saturday, 11 am - 6 pm
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