Situated in Paris’s 6th arrondissement, in Saint Germain des Prés, the gallery places a focus on emerging Contemporary artists, presenting works in a space which breaks from the traditional ‘white cube’ model.
The Géraldine Banier gallery was born in 2010. A place of discovery and new confrontations, it presents about twenty contemporary artists stemming from the emergent scene. 

The gallery favors the plurality of the artistic languages. It never stops provoking a dialogue between them.
In addition to the personal exhibitions dedicated to them, the gallery holds, several times a year, collective exhibitions conceived around specific themes. 
Focused on the question of the transversality of arts, the gallery

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