Among the mass of galleries in the Marais, this is where contemporary art lovers in need of a little poetry end up. Founded in 2009, the Galerie Particulière is well named: between the enchanting folklore of Icelanding artist Adam Panczuk, the pastoral portraits of Claudine Doury and the sleek nudes of Mona Kuhn, the artists shown here rival each other for the most individual, intimate voices. Photography has pride of place on the programme – from the ethereal portraits of Byung-Hun Min, wreathed in a fog of black and white, to the scathing reportage of Nyaba Leon Ouedraogo – there is also room for Ethan Murrow’s drawings and Pascal Pesez’s paintings, which fit in nicely.
|Venue name:||Galerie Particulière||Contact:|
16 rue du Perche
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 11am-7pm|
|Transport:||Métro : Arts et Métiers ou Chemin Vert ; Bus : 29, 75 ou 96|