Galerie Maëlle  - Paris 20

Galerie Maëlle – Paris 20

3 Rue Ramponeau – 75020 Paris
Tuesday-Saturday : 4 pm - 7 pm

Set up in 2012 by Olivia Maëlle Breleur, the Maëlle Galerie supports contemporary artistic creation both nationally and internationally. Situated in the Belleville district of Paris, the gallery seeks to foster an « archipelagic thinking ». Reflected in a fragmented and cohesive line, it resolutely embraces questions of space – residual or in a state of ruin – memory, history, bodies and identities, gender – be it cultural or sexual – and takes a sensory approach that may be anthropological, social or political.
The Maëlle Galerie defends the work of established artists, such as Jean-François Boclé, Ernest Breleur and Sébastien Mehal,, but also those emerging on the international scene, such as Agata Kus, Jérémie Paul and Allan Villavicencio.

Aware of the need to break down the barriers in imaginations, the Maëlle Galerie is also committed to Caribbean artists and envisages the « Greater Caribbean » as a vast Afro-Latino-American region. The gallery focuses in particular on emerging and major names of the Caribbean ; artists whose history naturally articulates with those of Africa, the United States and Latin America.

The Maëlle Galerie also proposes a program of exhibitions presenting the works of historic artists, such as Paul-Armand Gette, Alain Faure, Fred Forest, ORLAN and Claudio Perna, internationally renowned artists, such as Eduardo Kac, Barthélémy Toguo, Yasmina Bouziane, but also emerging artists, such as JJulien Creuzet, Daniel Otero Torres, Nicolas Momein, Alexandre Bavard, Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien, Nelson Pernisco.

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