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French Galleries at New York's Art Fairs

Amélie Bertrand (Semios Gallery), Sans titre, 2014, 90 x 80 cm. Photo : D.R.

The upcoming edition of the Armory Show will welcome six French galleries from March 5-8. At the same time, other French galleries will be participating in additional art fairs in New York City.

The Armory Show will take place at Piers 90/94 New York, from March 5-8, 2020.

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) as creators are increasingly turning to multidisciplinary approaches.
The gallery represents a large number of female artists. From the start, Galerie Les filles du calvaire has taken pride in featuring the work of established international artists while also supporting young creation and its political inquiries.
The gallery will present the work of Kate MccGwire, Olivier Mosset, and Noémie Goudal.

Paris : 118 Boulevard Richard Lenoir, 75011

MAGNIN-A is a contemporary art gallery created in 2009 in Paris by André Magnin and directed by Philippe Boutté, recognized experts in modern and contemporary African art. The MAGNIN-A gallery represents established and emerging artists. It promotes artists at the most important international fairs and exhibitions, seeking to increase their exposure and demand.
The gallery will present the work of Chéri Samba, Omar Victor Diop, Romuald Hazoumè, Seydou Keïta, JP Mika, Fabrice Monteiro, Amadou Sanogo, and Malick Sidibé.

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. Contributing to 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.
The gallery will present the work of Rina Banerjee.

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

Praz-Delavallade has a reputation for its long standing relationship with American and European artists whose works span different mediums. The gallery was founded 1995 in Paris with an inaugural exhibition featuring Paul McCarthy, Mike Kelley, Richard Petitbon, Jim Shaw, and Benjamin Weisman. With a strong tie to artists in Los Angeles, the gallery is known for bringing an international program to a burgeoning Parisian art scene, including LA-based artists such as Sam Durant, Jim Isermann, John Miller, Analia Saban, and Marnie Weber. 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 bridge the gap between both art scenes.

Galerie Templon
Paris : 30 Rue Beaubourg, 75003 | Paris : 28 rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare, 75003 | Bruxelles : Rue Veydt 13A

The gallery was founded in 1966 in Paris by Daniel Templon, who was only 21 years old at the time. Daniel Templon first gained recognition by exhibiting abstract and minimalistic artists such as Martin Barré, Christian Boltanski, Donald Judd, Joseph Kosuth, and Richard Serra. In the 70s and 80s, Daniel Templon became a pioneer of contemporary art and introduced many important American artists to the French public: Dan Flavin, Ellsworth Kelly. Today, Galerie Templon, Willem de Kooning, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol. The program promotes dialogue between generations: established artists, international mid-career artists, and the experiences of younger artists.

Antoine Levi
Paris : 34, rue de Turbigo, 75003

Antoine Levi opened its doors in the Belleville district on January 23rd, 2013, with a solo exhibition by Olve Sande, followed by five other exhibitions during the year. Constant growth and collaboration with emerging international artists are the main objectives and missions of the gallery.
The gallery will present the work of Francesco Gennari and Evan Gilbert.

The New York Independent will take place at 50 Varick Street, New York, from March 6-8, 2020. Six galleries will be presented : Air de Paris, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Galerie Lelong & Co., Semiose, Galerie Joseph Tang, Galerie Hervé Bize and Galerie Jocelyn Wolff. Galerie Hervé Bize will present the work of André Cadere, Peter Rösel, Hanna Sandin and Jack Youngerman.

The NADA will take place at 47 Canal Street, New York, from March 5-8, 2020. Ceysson & Bénétière will be present.

The Volta will take place at Metropolitan West, 639 West 46th Street, New York, from March 4-8, 2020. Two galleries will be presented. Mark Hachem will present the work of Jesus Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz Diez, Dario Perez Flores, René Ugarte, Francisco (Pancho) Salazar, Rafael Pérez et Rafael Barrios. Galerie Richard will present the work of Kim Young-Hun

The Scope show New York will take place at Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W 18th St, New York, from March 5-8, 2020. Two galleries, Singulart and L'Atelier 55, will be presented.