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Art Galleries In Paris

Art Galleries in Paris in Le Marais

If you plan to visit France and love art you may want to consider checking out these exceptional art galleries in Paris. You will find them in one of the richest areas for historical art and architecture that Paris has to offer, known as Le Marais – an area packed with history art and culture, it is also regarded as one of the oldest and most prominent destinations for experiencing art and culture in Paris.

Galerie Lahumiere – 17 Rue du Parc Royal 75003, Paris

http://lahumiere.com/?lang=fr

Art Galleries in Paris

Anne and Jean-Claude Lahumiere opened Galerie Lahumiere in 1963. It is nestled within the charming district of Le Marais.This gallery is dedicated to preserving the geometric and “constructed” abstraction styles of art. While visiting, you can expect to find much of the art displayed emulates popular 1950’s and 1960’s style. Additionally, you can anticipate to see work from artists like,  Cahn, Deswane, Gorin etc, and also contemporary artists such as Baudin, Bécie, Perrot, Stempful etc. Gallery Lahumiere is open Tuesday through Saturday from 2pm-7pm or by appointment.

Art Galleries in Paris

Modus Art Gallery – 23 Place des Voges 75003, Paris

https://www.modus-gallery.com/

Modus Art Gallery was founded in the year 1996. This gallery can also be found in Le Marais district of Paris. Here, you can see unique exhibits, which contain a mix of modern and contemporary works of art. The gallery showcases many talented, established artists but also supports young, emerging purveyors of art. The pieces displayed can range from paintings, sculptures, photography, and small objects, so as you can imagine, the price range varies as well! Modus Art Gallery is open everyday from 10:30am-7pm.

Galerie Art Concept – 13 Rue des Arquebusieres 75003, Paris

https://www.gallerieartconcept.com/

Art Galleries in ParisThe Art Concept Gallery was originally established in 1997 in Paris and in 2010, the decision to move the gallery to Le Marais district of Paris was made. Art Concept Gallery states they do not represent one particular artistic medium, so many of the pieces found in the exhibitions can be figurative or abstract. Past visitors have described the gallery as an “eclectic” collection defending contemporary art. Some artists that you have the opportunity to observe at Art Concept include, Jacob Kassay, Richard Fauguet, Julien Audebert, Ulla Von Brandeburg and Nathan Hylden among others. Galerie Art Concept is open Monday through Saturday, 11am-8pm.

Galerie Perrotin –10 ImpGalerie Perrotin, Art Galleries in Parisasse Saint-Claude 75003 ; 60 Rue de Teurenne 75003, Paris

https://www.perrotin.com/

Emmanuel Perrotin is a French art dealer and collector specializing in contemporary art. Perrotin opened his first gallery in Paris in 1990, at the age of 21. Since then, he has opened 18 spaces internationally in cities such as New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo and Shanghai. In Paris alone, Perrotin has 3 gallery spaces that total 25,000 square feet. In 2005, Perrotin moved Galerie Perrotin to Le Marais district where he opened his showroom gallery at the Hotel Du Grand Veneur, which is also located in Le Marais. You can visit this gallery Tuesday through Saturday, from 11am-7pm.

Galerie Thessa Herold – 7 Rue de Thorigny 75003, Paris thessa herold, Art Galleries in Paris

http://www.thessa-herold.com/

This exquisite gallery was originally founded in the 70’s under the name of Galerie de Seine as it was located on the left bank of the river. Then, in 1983 the gallery was moved into the Le Marais district near the Picasso museum. The gallery holds a handful of exhibitions each year where visitors can find features from artists ranging from the historic avant-garde style to contemporary artists.You can visit this gallery Tuesday-Saturday from 2pm-6:45pm.

Art Galleries in Paris

Galerie Amyot – 20 Rue St. Louis 75004 Paris

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This art gallery is owned by a female art dealer and collector, Élisabeth Amyot. Visitors of this gallery can expect to find many visions of figurative art. Some of the artistist represented include, Richard de Prémare, Daniel Jaugey,  Sarfati, Lehry-Bouisson, and Gaudin. If you love art of figurative nature, this is the gallery to visit!

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Art Galleries in Paris : The Ultimate Guide

Notice to all lovers of art, Paris will make you fall in love!

Not only is Paris the city of love or the city of fashion, but it is also a cultural place, where plenty of artists are based. Whether in the Marais, Saint Germain des Prés or in the 13th district of Paris, there is no shortage of art galleries in Paris. Intrigued visitor or art expert alike, you will definitely find a treasure. To not be overwhelmed by all of these art galleries in Paris, ParisByM has made a selection for you.

Here are our selection of the most influential art galleries in Paris by district…

 

Marais


There is no need to introduce the district of the Marais where artists are present on every street corner. It is the most abundant district of art galleries in Paris, a must-go place for an art lover.

 

Galerie Art : Concept

Founded by Olivier Antoine, this gallery moved from the 13th district of Paris in 2010. With a prominent role on the international scene, its program includes contemporary art from artists as Michel Blazy, specialist of the organic or Roman Signer, who is known for his humorous work.

4, passage Sainte-Avoye
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website : http://www.galerieartconcept.com/

Art Galleries in Paris

Galerie Art : Concept

 

Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger

Founded in 1925 by Jeanne Bucher, this art gallery celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2015. She revealed many artists including some precursors of modern art who are now historic like Giacometti, Mondrian or Masson. The art gallery also promotes contemporary artist like Jiechang Yang, Paul Wallach or Michel Branco. It also owns another gallery in Paris, located in Saint Germain, as well as one in Lisbon.

5-7, rue de Saintonge
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 10h-19h
Website : https://jeannebucherjaeger.com/

 

Galerie Perrotin

Renowned globally, the iconic art gallery of Emmanuel Perrotin has been in operation since 1989. Among his 8 galleries, some are based in New York and in Asia (Seoul, Hong Kong and Tokyo).
The total surface area of Perrotin’s art galleries in Paris amounts to 2 300 m2. Some 50 artists are displayed there, including Asian artists, thereby demonstrating Perrotin’s interest for Asian art. In particular, you will find artworks from Takashi Murakami.

76, rue de Turenne
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website : https://www.perrotin.com/

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Galerie Perrotin

 

Galerie Almine Rech

Specialized in conceptual art and minimal art, the gallery shows contemporary art through all types of art from sculpture to photography. It is distinguished by strong individualities. For instance, Jeff Koons or Jannis Kounellis are on display.

64, rue de Turenne
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website : http://www.alminerech.com/

 

Saint Germain des Prés


The Quartier Latin can boast, some of the most important art galleries in Paris can be found here! Located in the heart of the 6th district of Paris, you would not be wrong to walk around the neighborhood!

 

Galerie de l’Europe

This international gallery is separated in two parts, with a space dedicated for photography and a space for painting expositions, with an interest for figurative art. It promotes young artists of contemporary art such as Alain Pontecorvo or Yan Marczewski by organizing personal and collective exhibitions since its opening in 1997.

55, rue de Seine
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 10h30-13h, 14h-19h
Website : https://www.galerie-europe.com/en

 

Galerie Georges-Philippe and Nathalie Vallois

Thanks to the duality between contemporary and new realism, the gallery has gained a lot of attention since its creation in 1990. Gilles Barbier and Vincent Lamouroux, one of the artists behind the exhibition “Constellation”, are the cutting-edge artists of the gallery.

33-36, rue de Seine
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 10h30-13h, 14h-19h30
Website : http://www.galerie-vallois.com/en/home.html

 

Galerie Loevenbruck

Opened in 2001, the 130m2 are used to promote contemporary art from pop art to art installations. Not only does the gallery highlight rising French artists but as well international artist like the Irish Blaise Drummon. Their key artists are Philippe Mayaux and Bruno Peinado.

6, rue Jacques Callot
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website : http://www.loevenbruck.com/

 

Belleville


The youngest district of art galleries in Paris, Belleville, is full of promising artists. The contemporary art that is exposed, reflects the dynamism and the blazing passion of the district artists’ youth. Here is the most famous one…

 

Galerie Air de Paris

Exhibiting since 1990 engaged art, Air de Paris remained true to the young image of the district by breaking the codes. The virulent image boosted the dynamism of French art. You will find displayed the artwork of Enrique Metinides, Bruno Serralongue, or Shimabuku.

32, rue Louise Weiss
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website : http://airdeparis.com/now.htm

 

BONUS

 

Galerie Arludik

The first gallery exposing artwork from pop-culture universe, comics, or even videogames. It has been exposing entertainement contemporary art since 2004. Some of their represented artists are Mr Garcin or Scott Campbell.

12-14, rue Saint-Louis en l’Ile
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 14h-19h
Website : http://www.arludik.com/

 

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