The gallery’s program focuses on emerging artists, most of whom already benefit from a certain international recognition, who develop figurative work, whatever the medium, and claim a technical know-how and / or a personal universe that serves as a signature. Since its 11 years of existence the gallery has had the opportunity to present artists still little known or not known to the French public, and accompany them in the development of their young international career through exhibitions at the gallery, in museums, and publications. The gallery has supported the work of Swoon (solo show at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, 2014) and Quentin Garel (solo show at the National Museum of Natural History, Paris, 2016) since the beginning of its existence.
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