Located near the historic Rue des Archives in the Marais district of Paris, Galerie Anne Barrault is a contemporary art gallery that specialises in working with young artists and creatives. Established in 1999 by its namesake, the gallery has occupied its current location since 2013.Read More
Galerie Anne Barrault Artists
Working from the outset with a cast of emerging artists, Galerie Anne Barrault has held a number of first-time solo shows over the years.
Among the gallery’s roster are emerging artists like Neïla Czermak Ichti, who paints family-oriented figurative works; Canada-based painter, writer, and poet Tiziana la Melia; and conceptual artist Stéphanie Saadé, known for her enigmatic works.
Galerie Anne Barrault also works with several established and mid-career artists. Among them are painter and Fine Arts professor Dominique Figarella; Alun Williams, UK artist and co-founder of the Triangle France Association; painter of eclectic and mystical scenes, Guillaume Pinard; comic illustrators Killoffer and Jochen Gerner; and filmmaker and curator Marie Losier.
Galerie Anne Barrault additionally represents an older generation of artists, including Swiss object artist Daniel Spoerri and Italian photographer Gabriele Basilico. The gallery also works with the estate of Parisienne artist and cartoonist Roland Topor, a figure linked to the Situationist International, Cobra, and FLUXUS, among other movements.
Galerie Anne Barrault has published monographs on many of its exhibited artists, including Pinard, Williams, and Ramuntcho Matta.
Galerie Anne Barrault Exhibitions and Art Fairs
Galerie Anne Barrault runs a regular programme of solo shows and thematic group exhibitions with artists within and beyond the gallery roster. From time to time, the gallery also hosts one-off exhibitions with independent guest curators.
Galerie Anne Barrault also regularly participates in FIAC art fair in Paris and has shown artists in fairs such as Art Brussels, Future Fair New York, artmonte-carlo, and FELIX LA.
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