BEL AIR FINE ART
rue de la corraterie 7, cp 5473 Genève, Switzerland / 4122.310.1667 / belairfineart.com
Bel-Air Fine Art - Contemporary Art Galleries opened in geneva in 2004, the bel-air fine art gallery is conveniently located in the banking district, rue de la corraterie 7, one of the most prestigious streets of the city, a few steps away from rue du rhone and in direct vicinity to the old town. This is the first gallery of the group and it celebrates this year its tenth anniversary. Open: By Appointment.
GALERIE FRANCK PAGES
2, Grand Rue CH-1204 GENÈVE, Switzerland / 4178.654.7123 / frankpages.com
The gallery has dedicated to promoting young and established international artists in the field of painting, sculpture and photography. Open: By Appointment.
Centre d’Art Contemporain
Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 10, 1205 Genève, P.O. Box 121, 1211 Genève 8/ 4122.3291.842/ www.centre.ch
Founded in 1974 as Geneva’s “Kunsthalle”, the Centre is the first contemporary-art institution in French-speaking Switzerland. A “Kunsthalle” is a space for production, research and experiment. Its purpose is to develop exhibitions and to actively put the public in contact with these exhibitions, with a view to opening up a space for dialogue around contemporary culture, as well as to publish art catalogues and books. Unlike a museum, the Centre has no collection. Focusing on the future, it showcases emerging artists from the local and the international scene. Open: Tue-Sun,11am-6pm.
Galerie Sébastien Bertrand
Rue du Simplon 16, 1207 Geneva — Switzerland/ 4122.7005.151/ www.galeriebertrand.com
Galerie Sébastien Bertrand’s program focuses on representing emerging and established artists, who create works that are both stimulating and challenging. Among them are installation artist Tom Fruin, whose mosaic structures have gained him worldwide acclaim, South African painter Mustafa Maluka and his vibrant, thought-provoking portraits, and Storm Tharp’s haunting drawings. Galerie Bertrand is located in an industrial space just a few steps away from Geneva’s harbor. Open: Thu-Fri, 3:30pm-7pm; Saturday, 2pm-5pm.
Opera Gallery Geneva
Place Longemalle 10-12,Geneva, 1204 Switzerland/ 4122.318.5770/ www.operagallery.com
Since its creation, Opera Gallery Group has always strived to offer its international collectors unique access to a diversity of multicultural artists, from the works of Modern Masters such as Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Bernard Buffet, Henri Matisse, Lucio Fontana or Andy Warhol, just to name a few, to the most sought-after contemporary artists.
Grand-Rue 33, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland/ 4122.312.2460/ www.galerie-interart.com
Interart was established in the heart of Geneva's old town in 1992. The gallery presents works of art by the great modern and impressionist masters, paying particular attention to quality and offering its clients a personalized and strictly confidential service for the purchase, sale and valuation of artworks. The gallery is also a member of the Association du Commerce d'art de la Suisse and of Association Art en Vielle-Ville. Open: Monday to Friday 11am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-6.30pm, or by appointment.
Rue Verdaine 11, 1204 Geneva - Switzerland/ 4122.5081.038 / www.madgallery.net
The MB&F M.A.D.Gallery is a captivating universe of kinetic art where Horological Machines and Mechanical Art Devices reign supreme.The first M.A.D.Gallery opened in 2011 in Geneva on Rue Verdaine, a stone’s throw from MB&F’s offices and atelier in the heart of the city’s old town. A second M.A.D.Gallery opened in Taipei in 2014 and a third one in Dubai in January 2016. Open: Tue-Fri, 10am-6.30pm; Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
Rue des Sablons 6 & Rue des Bains 61, 1205, Geneva, Switzerland/ 4122.3219.414 / www.xippas.com
Founded by Renos Xippas in 1990 in Paris, Xippas Gallery has been expanding ever since in major European and Latin American cities. Focused on international contemporary art, the gallery has been developed as a platform for discovery and promotion of both young and established artists. Situated in the heart of the Marais district in Paris, Xippas Gallery has hosted more than 150 exhibitions during the last 25 years. Open: Tue-Fri, 2pm–7pm; Saturday 12pm–5pm and by appointment.
Phoenix Ancient Art SA
Rue Verdaine 6, 1204 Genève, Switzerland/ 4122.3188.010/ phoenixancientart.com
With exclusive galleries located in New York City and Geneva, Switzerland, Phoenix Ancient Art is considered by many experts to be one of the world's leading dealer in rare and exquisite antiquities. The Gallery's works of art originate from the cultures making up the essence of Western Civilization; Mesopotamia, the Near East, Egypt, Central Europe, Eurasia, Southwest Asia, the Steppes... Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-6:30pm.
Art Bärtschi & Cie
24, rue du Vieux-Billard, Geneva, Switzerland/ 4122.3100.013/ www.bartschi.ch
Present on the Geneva art scene since 1990, Art Bärtschi & Cie has, throughout the years, developed a unique and well defined exhibition program, confirming its particular focus on art from the 80's until today. In 2010, it celebrates his 20 years of activity with an exhibition with all the artists that participate on the development of this programme.This district is destined to become a very dynamic area of economic, social and cultural activity and will provide a model of contemporary urban planning in the Geneva Canton. This redevelopment project allowed the creation of Quartier de l'Étoile, an association that brings together eleven art spaces in this industrial area which aims to promote art and culture in Geneva through a dynamic program of exhibitions and international events. Open: Tue-Fri, 2pm-7pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm.
D10 Art Space
Geneva 1207, Switzerland, 17 Bvd Helvétique, Impasse Ami Lullin 10/ 4179.7443.899/ www.d10.ch
D10 Art Space: 3 years, 55 art works, 10 exhibitions with 7 business partners. D10 gallery is now open in the heart of central Geneva, bringing everyone art from Europe, USA and the rest of the world. Open: 10.00am-1pm & 3pm-7pm.