Didier Claes

Didier Claes

Didier Claes In 2002, after several years participating in many art fairs, Didier Claes opened his first gallery dedicated to Ancient African Art. Initially located in the lively Sablon district, in Brussels, the gallery then moved to the Avenue Louise area, where it...
Xavier Eeckhout

Xavier Eeckhout

Xavier Eeckhout While he was not destined for the art world and had started his career in real estate, Xavier made a 360° to open his first gallery in 2000. He made the audacious choice to turn to a very specialized field: animal art, especially sculpture. Initially...
Bailly Gallery

Bailly Gallery

Bailly Gallery In 2007, exactly 30 years after his father opened Galerie Bailly in Paris, Charly and his wife Hannah chose Geneva, Switzerland, to found their own gallery. Although the family gallery used to offer a wide range of artistic era and movements, Charly’s...
Colnaghi

Colnaghi

Colnaghi The historic London gallery, Colnaghi, was born from the association of Anthony Torres and Paul Colnaghi in 1783. Specialised in the European Old Master paintings and sculptures, as well as art from the Spanish-speaking world, Colnaghi has put quality as its...
kamel mennour

kamel mennour

kamel mennour In 1999, Kamel Mennour opened his first gallery in the heart of St Germain-des-Prés, a small space dedicated to contemporary photography. Because the photograph alone limited him, he opened in 2003 to plastic arts with famous names as Daniel Burren,...
Ben Janssens Oriental Art

Ben Janssens Oriental Art

Ben Janssens Oriental Art In 1996, Ben Janssens opened his eponymous gallery in the heart of London, dealing in Oriental Art. High-quality Chinese Art represents its main specialisation, ranging from early pottery, bronzes and sculptures to later pieces in various...
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