Galerie Richard

About Richard Gallery The classical address is on 74 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris. However my larger audience comes from 3, impasse Saint-Claude, 75003 Paris, as we have two entrances.

Galerie Richard - Paris

74 rue de Turenne / 3 impasse Saint-Claude

75003 Paris

T 33 (0)1 43 25 27 22

info@galerierichard.com

Jean-Luc RICHARD : Owner – manager

Takako RICHARD : Owner

Matteo SCANDOLA : Chargé de communication digitale

Bonnie ZHAO : Responsable Commerciale

Alex LE BLOCH MOAN : Chargé de communication digitale

Cristina Ré : Chargée de communication digitale

 

Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 7pm

Métro: Saint-Sébastien Froissard (ligne 8) or Saint-Paul (ligne 1)

History

Jean-Luc and Takako Richard opened their gallery in 1989 in the Bastille district of Paris under the name Galerie OZ. Their motivation has always been to support young artists from all countries before they are recognized and to follow them in their career. They were the first in Europe to bring together the New York Maximalist artists: Arch Connelly, Christopher Tanner, Rhonda Zwillinger, Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt. They also exhibited Choi Jeong Hwa, Robert Groborne, Robert Kushner, Milan Kunc, Joost van den Toorn, Christophe Avella-Bagur, Laszlo Féher, Erwin Olaf, Bae Bien-U, Jacqueline Hassink…

The gallery was renamed Galerie Jean-Luc & Takako Richard when it reopened in 2002 on the Ile Saint-Louis with a programme focused on new painting: Shirley Kaneda, Carl Fudge, Paul Henry Ramirez, Kiyoshi Nakagami, Yek, Adam Ross, Tim Bavington, Hervé Heuzé, Beverly Fishman, Yuichi Higashionna…

In 2006 the gallery moved to the Marais and doubled its exhibition space to over 400 m2 in 2007. Since 2007 the gallery is a member of the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art. Emerging artists David Ryan, Sven-Ole Frahm, as well as established artists Bram Bogart, Ron Gorchov, Frank Stella, Judy Pfaff, Alain Kirili, Linda Besemer, Joseph Nechvatal… have exhibited there. The Incomplete-Paris exhibition in 2010 brought together 28 artists collected by Hubert Neumann.

In 2011 they opened a second gallery in Chelsea, New York and both galleries took the name Galerie Richard. In 2012 they presented a retrospective of Takesada Matsutani in Paris and in 2013 a double exhibition in New York and Paris. In 2014 they organised the John M Armleder – Jean Carzou touring exhibition in New York, Paris and at Untitled in Miami. The Gallery has developed a programme of digital photography with Dionisio González, Li Wei, Lauren Marsolier, Yang Yi. Peter Rogiers, Norio Imai and William Bradley joined the gallery in both spaces. In 2015 the American gallery moved to the Lower East Side and the Parisian gallery brought Takesada Matsutani into the Centre Pompidou collections. In 2016 Jeremy Thomas joins both galleries and Scott Anderson returns to the Paris gallery. In 2018 Koen Delaere, Eduardo Portillo, Dennis Hollingsworth, Kim Young-Hun join Galerie Richard. In 2021-2023 the artists Rémy Hysbergue, Thomas Zitzwitz, Joeggu Hossmann, Chris Finley, Dan Hays, Gilles Teboul and Julie Oppermann, Monique Van Genderen are represented by the gallery.

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