Gallerist Antoine Laurentin founded his namesake gallery in rue Sainte-Anne, Paris, in 1991, which now operates from 23 quai Voltaire. In 2013, the gallery opened a second venue in Brussels. Galerie Antoine Laurentin has been devoted to modern art since its beginning, and primarily represents European modern and avant garde artists.Read More
Galerie Antoine Laurentin Artists
More than 50 names appear on the gallery roster, from the Post-Impressionist Paul Signac and Tsuguharu Foujita to the 20th century avantgarde artists who were associated with Cubism, Surrealism, Concrete art, or Op art, among others. These include none other than Pablo Picasso, Francis Picabia, Giorgio de Chirico, Victor Vasarely, and Joan Miró, as well as the pioneering artists Jacques Villon, Sonia Delaunay, and Alberto Magnelli. More influential modern and contemporary artists are represented by Galerie Antoine Laurentin, among them Alexander Calder, Jean Dubuffet, Hans Hartung, and Wols.
Galerie Antoine Laurentin Exhibitions & Fairs
Between its Paris and Brussels locations, Galerie Antoine Laurentin regularly organises monographic exhibitions that are often accompanied by catalogues. Examples include Christian Dotremont and Francois-Xavier Goddard (2020); Geneviève Asse (2019); and Nasser Assar (2018). Additionally, the gallery presents stimulating surveys of historical art through group presentations such as Post-war Sculpture Momentum (2019) and The 60s & 70s in Belgium (2018).
Antoine Laurentin has also written several catalogue raisonné for artists including Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Ferdinand du Puigaudeau, and Jean-Charles-Joseph Rémond.
Outside the gallery walls, Galerie Antoine Laurentin further increases the visibility of its artists at international art events, among them Art Brussels; Art Genève; BAFA; Moscos Fine Art Fair; Salon du Dessin; and TEFAF.
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