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French galleries at The Armory Show 2019

The Armory show celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2019. The upcoming edition will take place at Piers 90/94 New York, from March 7-10, 2019. This edition will feature more than 190 galleries from around the world, showcasing a diverse range of works by emerging talents and established artists.

A variety of French galleries will participate in The Armory Show:

Ceysson & Bénétière
Paris: 23, rue du Renard, 75004 | New York: 956 Madison Avenue, New York NY 10021 |

Founded in Saint-Étienne in 2006 by François Ceysson and Loic Bénétière, subsequently joined by Bernard Ceysson, artistic advisor, the Ceysson & Bénétière gallery initially expanded its presence in French-speaking Europe – Luxembourg, Paris, Geneva, and now has a space in New York. The gallery features the exponents of the Supports/Surfaces Movement of the late ‘60s, such as Louis Cane, Jean-Michel Meurice, and Claude Viallat, in addition to new contemporary talents, including Lauren Luloff, Nicolas Momein, Adrien Vescovi, and so on.

Galerie les Filles du Calvaire
Paris : 17 rue des Filles-du-Calvaire, 75003

Founded in 1996 in a former 350m2 industrial workshop of the Marais district, Galerie Les filles du calvaire showcases and fosters contemporary creation. With an inaugural season dedicated to photography, the gallery quickly widened its programming to the dialogue between different fields of contemporary art (painting, sculpture, video, installation, and photography) since creators increasingly turn to multidisciplinary approaches.

Without being an official artistic line, the gallery represents a large number of female artists. From the start, Galerie Les filles du calvaire takes pride in featuring the work of established international artists all the while supporting young creation and its political questioning.

Galerie Lelong & Co.
Paris: 13, rue de Téhéran, 75008 | New York: 528 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10001

Founded in Paris in 1981 by Daniel Lelong, Jacques Dupin, and Jean Frémon, the gallery in New York opened in 1985.  Directed by Mary Sabbatino, Vice President and Partner, the gallery moved to its present ground-floor location in Chelsea in 2001. In the domain of contemporary Latin American art, the gallery has represented Cildo Meireles, the Estate of Ana Mendieta and the Estate of Hélio Oiticica. Upon supporting underrepresented women artists, the gallery also features works of Alfredo Jaar, Yoko Ono, Nancy Spero, and Krzysztof Wodiczko. Contemporary sculpture is another strength of the gallery with artists such as Petah Coyne, Andy Goldsworthy, Jaume Plensa, and Ursula von Rydingsvard.

Galerie Mor charpentier
Paris: 61 Rue de Bretagne, 75003

Gallery Mor Charpentier was founded in 2010 by Alex Mor and Philippe Charpentier. Established in Paris, the gallery represents both emerging and well-established artists whose conceptual practices are anchored in the social realities, histories and politics of contrasting geographic regions. By promoting engaged practices internationally, the gallery aims at broadening the knowledge of our time’s crucial debates.

Galerie Nathalie Obadia
Paris : 3 Rue du Cloître Saint-Merri, 75004 | Paris : 18 rue du Bourg-Tibourg, 75004 | Bruxelles : 8 rue Charles Decoster, 1050.

Since 1993 in Paris and 2008 in Brussels, Galerie Nathalie Obadia has been exhibiting international emerging and established artists such as Rina Banerjee, Lorna Simpson and Jessica Stockholder. In the past years, Brook Andrew, Fabrice Hyber, Laure Prouvost, Andres Serrano, Mickalene Thomas, Jérôme Zonder, Benoît Maire, and Edi Hila also joined the gallery. Involved in the rediscovery of emblematical artists such as Wang Keping, Martin Barré, Josep Grau-Garriga, Shirley Jaffe, Eugène Leroy, Sarkis, and Agnès Varda, the gallery accompanies the artists for numerous institutional exhibitions in France and abroad.

Galerie Perrotin
New York : 130 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002 | Paris: 76 Rue De Turenne, 75003 | Paris: 10 Impasse Saint Claude, 75003 |

Emmanuel Perrotin founded his first gallery in 1990 at the age of 21. He has since opened over 18 different spaces with the aim of continuing to offer increasingly vibrant and creative environments to experience artists’ works. Perrotin participates in 20 major international art fairs each year including Art Basel (Basel, Miami, Hong Kong), Frieze (London, New York), FIAC (Paris), Dallas Art Fair, Art Cologne, UNTITLED San Francisco, Art Stage Jakarta, Expo Chicago, Independent (New York), TEFAF (New York, Maastricht), ART021 Shanghai, West Bund Art & Design (Shanghai), Art Fair Tokyo, and Zona Maco (Mexico).

Galerie Praz-Delavallade
Paris : 5 Rue des Haudriettes 75003 | Los Angeles : 6150 Wilshire

Praz-Delavallade has held a reputation for it’s long standing relationship with both American and European artists whose work span different mediums. The gallery was founded 1995 in Paris with an inaugural exhibition including Paul McCarthy, Mike Kelley, Richard Petitbon, Jim Shaw, and Benjamin Weisman. Having a strong tie to artists in Los Angeles, the gallery was known for bringing an international program to the burgeoning art scene in Paris with LA artists such as Sam Durant, Jim Isermann, John Miller, Analia Saban, and Marnie Weber, among others. In 2017, Praz-Delavallade opened a new outpost in Los Angeles at 6150 Wilshire, near the LA County Museum of Art, in an effort to create a bridge between both art scenes.

Galerie Taddaeus Ropac
Paris: 7 Rue Debelleyme, Fr-75003 Paris | Paris: 69, Avenue Du Général Leclerc Fr-93500 Pantin |

Since opening in 1983, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac has specialised in international, contemporary art representing around 60 artists and a number of renowned estates. The gallery represents its artists at all major art fairs worldwide. Active in both the primary and secondary markets, the gallery’s role extends to curatorial work, where it acts as consultant to major museums and public institutions as well as advisor to private and corporate collections. The gallery runs its own publishing house, producing catalogues and books to accompany exhibitions, inviting prominent international art historians, curators and writers such as Sir Norman Rosenthal and Orhan Pamuk to contribute.

Galerie Templon
Paris : 30 Rue Beaubourg, 75003 | Paris : 28 rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare, 75003 |

The gallery was  founded in 1966 in Paris by Daniel Templon, who was then only 21.  Daniel Templon first gained recognition by exhibiting conceptual and minimal artists such as Martin Barré, Christian Boltanski, Donald Judd, Joseph Kosuth, and Richard Serra. In the seventies and eighties, Daniel Templon was one of the pioneers of the contemporary art and introduced many important American artists to the French public: Dan Flavin, Ellsworth Kelly. Today, Galerie Templon represents a group of international artists: Willem de Kooning, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol. The program promotes a dialogue between generations: established artists, international mid-career artists, and the experiences of younger artists.

 

Find more French galleries in current other fairs :

New York Independent : with Air de Paris, Herve Bize, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Loevenbruck.
March 8-10, 2019 | 50 Varick Street, New York.

Scope show New York : with Doyenne Gallery.
March 7-10, 2019 | Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W 18th St, New York.

The Paper Fair : with Nil Gallery.
March 7-10, 2019 | Pier 36, New York.

 

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