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The Lebenson Gallery aims to bridge the 350-kilometre gap between London and Paris. Set in the heart of the Marais, on any one day the East London contemporary art scene might jostle for wall space with some of France’s most exciting emerging artists, like Jeanne Brianne, best known for ‘Random Control’, a series of ovaries preserved in glass. Part of the gallery is dedicated to London (recent shows have been dedicated to Banksy and Pure Evil), while the French side has recently featured Nicolas Fenouillat, Arny and Radovan Kraguly in its intricate vaults and alcoves.
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56 rue Chapon
|Transport:||Metro: Arts et Métiers, Rambuteau or Etienne Marcel|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 11am-7pm|