Agnès B. Galerie du Jour
44 rue Quincampoix, 75004 Paris, France / 3314.4545.590 / galeriedujour.com
The Galerie du Jour Agnès b., Opened in November 1984, is a contemporary art gallery. At the rate of a dozen exhibitions a year, she presents and defends the work of visual artists and photographers such as Kenneth Anger, Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, Lucien Hervé, Seydou Keita, Thierry Lefébure, Douglas Kolk, Jonas Mekas, Ryan McGinley, JD 'Okhai Ojeikere, Harmony Korine, Paul Seawright, Malick Sidibé, Massimo Vitali, Hugues Reip, Claire Chesnier, Acharya Vyakul Abdelkader Benchamma. Since January 2010 the gallery of the day is part of the Endowment Fund Agnès b.Open: Tue-Sat, 11am–7pm.
Bugada & Cargnel
7-9 rue de l'Equerre, 75019, Paris, France / 3314.2717.273 / bugadacargnel.com
Founded by Claudia CARGNEL and Frédéric BUGADA in 2002, BUGADA & CARGNEL (formerly known as COSMIC GALERIE) occupies 500 sq. meters in a free hold industrial building, a former garage form the early 30’s, and represents French and international emerging or established artists. Open: Tue-Sat, 11am-12:30am & 2pm-7pm, and by appointment.
30 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France / 3314.2721.410 / danieltemplon.com
The gallery was founded in 1966 by Daniel Templon, who was then only 21. The gallery first opened rue Bonaparte, in Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris, before moving in 1972 to its current location, rue Beaubourg, in the Marais, close to the Pompidou Center, which opened in 1977. Daniel Templon first gained recognition by exhibiting conceptual and minimal artists such as Martin Barré, Christian Boltanski, Donald Judd, Joseph Kosuth, Richard Serra. Open: Mon-Sat, 10 am–7 pm.
10 Avenue Matignon, 75008 Paris, France / 3314.5637.252 / levydavid.com
Since 2004 David Levy has specialized in avant-garde art of the twentieth century, symbolism, cubism, surrealism. His taste for abstraction and artistic curiosity led him to explore the period after the war until the 60s. Thus, David Levy dedicated much of his time to sharing his discoveries with collectors and curators, preferring a very personal approach to the discourse around works of art. His eye for quality has further enabled him to meet and exceed the needs of the most demanding collectors whilst enriching the collections of public institutions at the same time. Since 2014 he is exhibiting at the Tefaf. Open: By Appointment Only.
54 rue Mazarine, Paris, France / 3395.1361.848 / espaces54.com
The gallery spaces 54 was founded in 2008 by Juliette Aittouares-Caillon Located at 54 rue Mazarine in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés, this gallery features a line combining original artistic design, photography and contemporary art. Juliette Aittouares-Caillon, in his gallery, has always believed that art is essential virtues " Live better". Alongside his activity gallery director, she launched in 2010 the Saint Germain des Prés Photo Festival and has created DNA Saint-Germain-Des-Pres. Open: Tue-Sat, 2 pm–7 pm.
4 rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris, France / 33.1.75.00.05.92 / gagosian.com
Larry Gagosian opened his first gallery in Los Angeles in 1980, specializing in modern and contemporary art. Five years later, he expanded his activities to New York, inaugurating his first Chelsea gallery with an exhibition of works from the Pop art collection of Emily and Burton Tremaine. From 1989–1996 he owned a gallery at 65 Thompson Street in Soho with the renowned dealer Leo Castelli, where they showed Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Bruce Nauman, and other leading artists of the post-war generation. Open: Tue-Sat,, 11 am–7 pm.
INCEPTION Gallery concept is to develop a dynamic contemporary art gallery representing worldwide famous living artists aiming to support established and emerging artists not or not much exhibited in France yet. The limited number of artists will allow us to concentrate and to realize projects not only within the gallery but also outside of it while following and promoting their career. This exhibitions will be the heart and spirit of this gallery and will keep a tight link to contemporary art museum, foundations and institutions. The idea to exchange, join and develop an international network with countries in economical boom supporting art and creation is one of the key position of the gallery's programme and will be a big part of its evolution. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am–7 pm.
6 rue Saint-Claude, 75003 Paris, France / 3315.3821.018 / jousse-entreprise.com
Philippe Jousse first used his eye in the field of photography. Shortly thereafter, he discovered the work of Jean Prouvé and developed a passionate interest in post-war furniture. In the early 1980s, he gave up all his other activities and became involved in promoting, among an early generation of art lovers and collectors, artists who were then forgotten about or overlooked: Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Alexandre Noll, Jean Royère, Mathieu Matégot, Pierre Jeanneret, Georges Jouve, Serge Mouille… who had all absorbed and transformed the legacy of modernism and Le Corbusier. After a few years spent working among ever more informed connoisseurs, in 1987 Philippe Jousse organized an ambitious project : the first retrospective exhibition of the work Charlotte Perriand, accompanied by a publication. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am–7 pm.
15 rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris, France / 3314.6346.988 / michelvidal.com
Established in 1985, the gallery started as a contemporary art gallery representing more than 10 living artists : Jean-François Maurige, Michel François, Carsten Holler, Thomas Demand… Since 1996, the gallery focused on the secondary market and is showing works from private collections as well as exhibitions of major artists from the XX th century such as Larry Rivers, Andy Warhol, Sol LeWitt, Georges Mathieu. Open: By Appointment Only.
Marian Goodman Gallery
79 rue de Temple, 75003 Paris, France / 3314.8047.052 / mariangoodman.com
For over thirty years, the Marian Goodman Gallery has played an important role in introducing European artists to American audiences and helping to establish a vital dialogue among artists and institutions working internationally. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am–7 pm.
Mark Hachem Gallery
28 Place de Vosges, 75003 Paris, France / 3314.2769.493 / markhachem.com
In 1996 Mark Hachem opens his first contemporary art gallery in the heart of Paris, on the Place de Vosges. A second gallery followed eleven years later, when Hachem inaugurated his Madison Avenue location in New York. The gallery takes part in prestigious contemporary art fairs around the world Basel, Beijing, Chicago, London, Paris, Maastricht, New York, Miami, Palm Beach, Shanghai, Moscow, Dubai and Istanbul. With more than 200 exhibitions to his credit, Mark Hachem Gallery has acquired a robust international reputation for its dynamism and professionalism. Open: Sun-Sat, 10:30 am–8 pm.
356 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, France / 3314.2963.900 / 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 (Marc Quinn, Yayoi Kusama, Yue Minjun, David Mach, Gérard Rancinan, Lita Cabellut, Joe Black, among others). Open: Mon-Sat, 10 am–7:30 pm; Sunday, 11 am–7 pm.
Cour de Venise - 12 rue Saint-Gilles, 75003 Paris, France / 3317.6214.130 / polkagalerie.com
Polka gallery represents French and international artists of the postwar period to the present day who consider the photographic medium, from historical documentaries to his visual works uses. Founded in 2007 by Edward and Adélie de Ipanema Genestar, brother and sister, the gallery aims to enhance the photographic work, and offers a program that confronts the work of this than in the past, questions the representation of major world events and research Document forms in contemporary creations. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am–7:30 pm.
117 rue de Turenne, 75003, Paris, France / 3314.2718.772 / taglialatellagalleries.com
Exhibiting paintings, sculptures and works on paper by contemporary and modern masters with a focus on Pop and Street art: Arman, Banksy, Jean-Michael Basquiat, Mr. Brainwash, Jim Dine, Keith Haring, Rob Hay, Damien Hirst, Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Swoon, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann and Russell Young, among others. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am–7 pm.
A2Z Art Gallery
24, Rue de l'Echaudé. 75006 Paris FRANCE/ 3315.6248.888/ a2z-art.com
Located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, A2Z Art Gallery, founded in 2009 and specialized in contemporary art, presents a selection of international artists. Ziwei and Anthony Phuong, the gallery’s founders, have invented a place where artists have carte blanche to express their world. "I want to support artists who have digested the technological revolutions and social mutations all over the world," said Anthony Phuong. Through his first job as framer in a family business (Phuong Workshop), the young gallery owner has mixed with artists that shape the world of art in France and analyzed the market for many years before deciding to take the plunge. Ziwei, for her part, by her studies in art and many years of experience in famous Parisian galleries, has developed an increased knowledge in the field of contemporary art. Open: Tue- Sat, 11am to 7pm.
Air de Paris
32, rue Louise Weiss 75013 Paris- France/ 3314.4230.277/ airdeparis.com
Air de Paris was established 1990 in Nice by Florence Bonnefous and Edouard Merino, who attended the Ecole du Magasin in Grenoble together. In 1994, Air de Paris relocated to Paris, first at a location on rue des Haudriettes, then on rue Louise Weiss. The name "Air de Paris" was a tribute to Marcel Duchamp and his readymade 50cc of Paris Air. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am-7 pm.
47 bis Rue Ramponeau 75020 Paris/ 33 (0)1 40 33 47 26/ balicehertling.com
Balice Hertling was founded in Paris in September 2007 by Daniele Balice and Alexander Hertling. Balice Hertling was one of the first galleries to open in the district of Belleville where they used to share a space with Castillo/Corrales, a collective of artists, curators and writers. Since the beginning, the gallery has hosted the first solo exhibitions of many young artists both French and international and represents emerging artists. Open: Tue-Sat,| 11 am – 7 pm.
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff
78, rue Julien-Lacroix F-75020 Paris/ 33 1 42 03 05 65/ galeriewolff.com
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff opened in October 2003 with a solo show by Clemens von Wedemeyer in a very small space in Belleville in East Paris. Most of represented artists had their first solo show at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff. In March 2006, the gallery moved to a new space in the same neighborhood, rue Julien-Lacroix. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am - 7 pm & by appointment.
5, Rue des Haudriettes, F-75003 Paris/ 3314.5862.000/ praz-delavallade.com
Praz-Delavallade is a contemporary art gallery in Paris and Berlin, run by Bruno Delavallade and René-Julien Praz. The Gallery was established in 1989 and first located in La Bastille. Artists it represents include Jim Shaw (artist), Erik Schmidt, Marnie Weber, Joe Reihsen, Robyn O'Neil. Open: Tue-Sat, 11am - 7pm.
76 Rue de Turenne 75003 Paris/ 3314.2167.979/ www.perrotin.com
Emmanuel Perrotin founded his first gallery in 1989 at the age of 21. He has opened since then over 15 different spaces, with the aim of continuing to offer increasingly vibrant and creative environments to experience artists work. He has worked closely with his roster of artists, some since more than 25 years, to help fulfil their ambitious dreams and projects. Galerie Perrotin participates in all the significant worldwide art fairs each year: Art Basel (Hong Kong, Miami, Basel), Frieze (London, New York), FIAC (Paris), Dallas Art Fair, Art Cologne, Art Stage Jakarta, Expo Chicago, Art021 & West Bund Art & Design, Shanghai, amongst others. Open: Tue-Sat,, 11 am - 7 pm.
18, rue des 4 fils - 75003 Paris/ 3314.4780.060/ www.gbagency.fr
Gb agency was established in 2001 in order to support a distinct approach to creativity. Gb agency represent a small number of artists and commit substantial time and effort to each. Every show offers an intense encounter with the artist’s personality as well as his work.Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am-1 pm & 2 pm-7 pm.
6 rue de Braque Paris/ 3314.0290.892 / campolipresti.com
Founded in London in 2003 and in Paris in 2007, Campoli Presti—formerly known as Sutton Lane— represents artists that question art from a theoretical but also object-oriented, context-specific standpoint. From the start the focus was to promote and establish artists unknown in Europe and the UK and to open a dialogue with museums and institutions with whom the gallery collaborates regularly. Periodically, the gallery organises exhibitions of historical figures who serve as critical references for contemporary practitioners.Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am - 1 pm & 2 pm - 7 pm, and by appointment.
10, rue Charlot 75003 Paris/ 3314.2773.887/ crousel.com
Since it was established in 1980 the Chantal Crousel gallery has been unveiling the work of artists of highly diverse origin to the French and international art world of collectors and institutions. These artists share in common the exploration and a revelation of the essential values that underlie contemporary society. Each of them draws from their particular cultural heritage to develop their direction and a visual language that is both powerful and universal. The majority of these artists are now present in the most important collections.Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am - 7 pm.