Michèle Aittouarès founded the Berthet-Aittouarès gallery in 1986. In 2000 she was joined by her daughter Odile Aittouarès, art historian and author of the catalogue raisonné of Friesz, co-founder of the Festival Photo St. Germain and of the Association JeudiDesBeauxArts. Mother and daughter specialise in modern and contemporary art with an emphasis on informal art from the 50s to the 80s. They are references for artists like Jean Degottex, Hans Hartung, Pierre Tal-Coat, Henri Michaux, André Marfaing, Vera Molnar, Mario Giacomelli.
Cyril Guernieri Gallery
29 Rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris
To enter the Cyril Guernieri Gallery is to meet a generous personality who will talk to you about art as one would over a cup of coffee. Who will tell you the story of his works as one shares moments of life. Who will simply make you want to collect. Cyril Guernieri attaches particular importance to aesthetics. He presents works that catch the eye, that immerse the visitor in introspection, that create emotion. Cyril chooses his artists with passion, and through his scripted displays he creates a dialogue between their works.
Gallery of Europe
55 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris
The gallery has two independent spaces one dedicated to painting and the other to photography. Open since 1997, the Gallery of Europe encourages and supports the contemporary creation of the younger generation of artists by organising numerous solo and group exhibitions each year.
La Forest Divonne Gallery Paris-Brussels
12 Rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris
Two generations of gallerists defend an independent line of international artists, in all contemporary artistic practices. The gallery presents a dozen exhibitions each year between its two spaces and participates in numerous fairs, notably in France, Belgium and the United States.