After three months of closure, the gallery is about to reopen, deeply transformed in its model. Whether in its interior and exterior architecture, its name and visual identity, its team, or its tools and working methods, the gallery is undergoing a metamorphosis, continuing to experiment with what an art trade can be.
In collaboration with the architect and curator Thomas Havet, the exhibition spaces have been completely rethought, notably through the creation of two cabinets and a new Viewing-Room.
Conceived by Ben Wrobel and Diane Hazaël-Massieux, the gallery's new graphic identity embodies this transition, which is also digital, in collaboration with Art Logic, database and software, and The Farm, a digital public relations agency.
Finally, a new team will welcome you for the reopening of the gallery.