Alongside its contemporary art exhibitions, this gallery lets four artists take over one of its four rooms. Then, each guest organizes their own exhibition of an artist of their choice in the selected space; these exhibitions are always very relevant.
16 rue des Quatre-Fils, Paris 3e
An annex of the Empreintes concept store, located nearby (5 rue de Picardie), this gallery is home to the best “made in France” craft artists.
4 rue Thorigny, Paris 3e
Since the mid-1950s, this gallery has showcased the work of Cicero Dias, Soto, Cruz-Diez, Le Parc, Tomasello, Demarco, the very best of kinetic art.
22 rue Charlot, Paris 3e
For three generations, this family-run gallery has hosted Fernand Léger since 1937, as well as Marx Ernst, Miro and Marc Tobey.
5 rue de Saintong, Paris 3e
This gallery showcases the stars of contemporary art, such as Antony Gormley and Anselm Kiefer, as well as Irving Penn and Andy Warhol.
7 rue Debelleyme, Paris 3e
Based in an extremely large mansion house, this gallery combines well-known artists (Jean-Michel Othoniel, Pierre Soulages, JR, etc.) with daring choices.
76 rue de Turenne, Paris 3e
A range of styles and nationalities (Valérie Belin, Fabrice Hyber, Sarkis, etc.) are found in this gallery, which also has a location in Brussels.
3 rue du Cloître Saint-Merri, Paris 4e
Also in Manhattan, this gallery presents a selection of leading contemporary artists, such as Christian Boltanski, Nan Goldin, and Gerhard Richter...
79 rue du Temple, Paris 3e
A real institution, this modern and contemporary art gallery has been located behind the Centre Pompidou since 1972.
30 rue Beaubourg, Paris 3e
Although he closed his Parisian gallery, he opened a bookshop. It is full of magazines, books, objects which tell the story of contemporary art.
14 rue des Filles du Calvaire, Paris 3e