The best art galleries in Bastille
Founded by collector Antoine de Galberg, and set in a former printworks, the Red House is an independently run space that alternates monographic shows of contemporary artists' work with pieces from different private art collections.
This tiny photography boutique is open by appointment only, but don’t let that put you off. Owner Emmanuelle Fructus has one of France’s most exciting collections of rare photography books and anonymous photos from the 19th-century to today – a veritable art gallery unto itself and must for photography lovers, or anyone looking for something fun to put on the wall or coffee table.
Magda Danysz has moved into a three-storey space near the Cirque d'Hiver on the fringes of the Marais, aiming to make contemporary art accessible. She has a taste for artists influenced by graffiti and animation, as well as the hybrid art-design-science output of the Ultralab cooperative.