Gary Webb, Cat, 2018, Sculpture, 235 x 60 cm,
Courtesy of Galerie Mitterrand
Founded in 1988 by Jean-Gabriel Mitterrand and currently located in a private mansion in the Marais district in Paris, the Galerie Mitterrand is dedicated to contemporary sculpture and historically important artists who began their career from 1960s.
By collaborating with the artists, their successors and foundations, as well as by bringing together an ensemble of rare art works from private collections, the gallery aims to highlight the singularity and pertinence of the artists who have contributed to the recent history of the contemporary sculpture.
Since its creation, Galerie Mitterrand has been exhibiting and supporting the work of key artists such as Niki de Saint Phalle, Claude and François Xavier Lalanne, Agustin Cardenas, Sol Lewitt, Tom Wesselmann, Richard Pettibone, Allan McCollum, Keith Sonnier, Tony Oursler, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Jean Tinguely…
With the Domaine du Muy, a park of sculptures in the middle of nature in the South of France, inaugurated in 2015 in collaboration with India Mahdavi
(architect) and Louis Benech (landscape architect), Galerie Mitterrand lays a foundation for a private place in France dedicated entirely to international
Claude et François-Xavier Lalanne
Anne et Patrick Poirier
José León Cerrillo
Les Frères Chapuisat
Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe
Niki de Saint Phalle
Jean-Gabriel Mitterrand, Director
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