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 often hosts live performances executed by artists, dancers, musicians and actors.
In this esthetic of the curiosities cabinet, the gallery is a real laboratory, an incubator for young talents which opens its space to an engaged reflection close to that of the researcher which materializes its discoveries in ideas-conveying objects.
The Gallery participates at Art Paris ART Fair since 2014.


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