Created in 2005, the gallery defends the work of young French and foreign artists in the various disciplines: painting, sculpture, photography, video installations. The most confirmed artists are shown in group or thematic exhibitions. Through partnerships, the gallery promotes cross-experiments between visual arts, literature and architecture. Faithful to the Docks Art Fair ™ since 2007, the gallery will make its 54th exhibition since the creation of the gallery.
Founded in 2010, Spazio Nuovo Gallery is dedicated to the development of contemporary Italian and international art in Rome. The latter is focused on photography and Latin American artists. Poetic innovation and rigor allow the gallery to increase its links with collectors and institutions, which ultimately makes it a reference for private collections of photographs.
With enthusiasm and a lot of demand, the Galerie Mamia Bretesché defends the work of confirmed living artists and young talents, and tends by this upstream work to arouse interest in the collection among the public and amateurs.
Founded in 2001, the gallery continues its exploration of the fields of contemporary art such as video art and digital art, photography, as well as the visual arts. Considering the artist as a sensor of signs and changes in society, the gallery puts its walls at the artist’s disposal, allowing them to experiment with new shapes and new exhibition methods.
For Docks Art Fair ™ 2017, the gallery will feature an exhibition entitled Who’s Next.
The gallery was founded in 2012 by Jean-Louis Ramand in Aix-en-Provence. Discovering new talents and promoting artists, the structure takes different forms before becoming established in 2014. It is interested in young contemporary creation with varied universes but also to established artists. The gallery is already dynamic and committed to its visual artists making visible their work according to guidelines mainly driven by drawing, works on paper and contemporary photography. The gallery also strives to accompany its artists in the production of particular works in a vision of curatorial activity around the projects of personal exhibitions and exciting confrontations.
/ Marie Boralevi / Solmaz Cornet / Ingrid Maillard / Claire Morel
The Galerie Marielle Bouchard is a young gallery that opened its doors on March 9 with the “Déambulation” exhibition. Through a visit of 12 artists from the gallery, this exhibition has seen or discovered different universes with photographs, paintings, drawings and sculptures. The ambition of the gallery is national and international with confirmed artists such as Virginie Marnat-Leempoels whose works have been noticed in the dijonese art center “the Consortium” and which has had a monograph with the Presses of Real, Muriel Rodolosse and which exhibits in the largest art centers and radiates out of France. But a great place is made to young emerging artists like Xavier Brandeis or Alice Assouline who are under 35 years and whose first gallery. The goal is to show the public all the typicity of contemporary art.
The gallery exhibits major works of the period of the Russian Avant-Garde. Resolutely recidivist, its founder, Victor Sfez, celebrated the centenary of the birth of the suprematist and constructivist movements during the futuristic exhibition “0, 10” in Petrograd in 1915. This exhibition brought together Malevitch and Tatlin for the last time great masters of thought of a new style that would mark all the aesthetics of the twentieth century. The gallery offers to see museum pieces that have become rare after being subjected to an indexing under the political regime of Stalin. The works of the Russian Avant-Garde were all the fruit of intense intellectual and even spiritual research in a context of creativity unparalleled in the course of history. Each painting is all the more valuable as it is the survivor of a complex journey through time and thought.
For many years the workshop has been working on techniques close to photography, integrated in engravings, photogravure, gravure. The originality of the editorial approach positions Publishing Bucciali as a printer-publisher. More than eighty artists attend the workshop today. Each year they produce two hundred prints with strictly limited circulation, marketed throughout the world. Plates are destroyed after printing. Editions Bucciali are present at international fairs.
For Docks Art Fair ™ 2017, the gallery will present an exhibition entitled Abstraction / paysages.
VisionQuesT – 4rosso Contemporary photography was founded in 2009 with the sole aim of promoting and disseminating photography in all its aspects.
The name VisionQuesT comes from the traditional Indian culture, it is a rite of passage. A journey into the heart of a wilderness in search of personal and spiritual help, an inner revelation – a vision – that gives meaning to life. To continue this quest, this idea of a direction in a place where the journey into the world of photography can be seen and appreciated by all.
Voss Gallery was founded in 1992. Since its inception, it has worked exclusively in the field of contemporary international art and is devoted mainly to figurative painting, photography and installations. The gallery is located next to the Düsseldorf Academy of Fine Arts, in the famous galleries district.
The most famous artists are: Sandra Ackermann, Frank Bauer, Davide La Rocca, Harding Meyer and Kate Waters The main artists are: Iwajla Klinke, Giacomo Costa, Claudia Rogge and Mary A. Kelly. The artists Maia Naveriani, Masaharu Sato and Mihoko Ogaki, and Amparo Sard are working in the field of facilities and new media.
OlivierHougGalerie changes his name and becomes Galerie Houg with the arrival of Romain Houg, artistic co-director of the gallery. Founded in Lyon in 1998 by Patricia and Olivier Houg, Galerie Houg settles in Paris at the end of 2014. With the arrival of Romain Houg as co-artistic director, following a collaboration of 10 years , to leave the territory of Lyon, while preserving the privileged networks established for more than 15 years, has become an economic evidence in order to take part in the national artistic scene and its market.
Galerie Houg marks its singularity by representing the young contemporary creation, with an artistic program questioning the representation the future of the image and its representation through the various contemporary mediums.
Acid Gallery is born out of the desire to break the barriers of elitism and make contemporary art accessible to all. Since the creation of the gallery, Eric Delecourt presents a selection of emerging artists from the current scene. It accompanies the creation of today by respecting the personality of the creators. Acid Gallery passionately shares its discoveries through exhibitions, exhibitions or ephemeral events.
The gallery Les Singuliers becomes the gallery Frédéric Roulette. Initiated upstream in 1987, the artistic policy of the gallery Les Singuliers, led by its director, Frédéric Roulette, is to be faithful to a generation of emerging artists in the mid 80s, while remaining attentive to the young contemporary creation.
For Docks Art Fair we are going to shed light on the pagan icons, magistrales of Agata Siecinska, which, renewing with the great pictorial tradition, places the theme of the martyr at the heart of our societal problems.
The Collectionneur Moderne is an art gallery of a new kind: animated by Frank Puaux, a young auctioneer become gallery owner and director, it organizes thematic and nomadic exhibitions which can then be browsed online lecollectionneurmoderne.com . Web surfers discover the approach and the gestures of each artist through cycles of documentary videos, which make up virtual paths around major themes of society.
The two artists exhibited at Docks Art Fair draw their inspiration from the consumer society.
Founded in 2014 by Jérémie Masurel, Slika draws, for personal and collective exhibitions, the unpredictable contours of an aesthetic graffiti in its total plurality. Whether they are historical or contemporary pioneers, recognized around the world or promising young people, each invited artist establishes a new bridge between his own urban culture and a formal plastic practice. If Slika means “painting” in Serbian, the gallery allows a wide panorama of mediums, techniques and styles to run through its walls, so as to awaken your curiosity or simply aggravate your sensitivity. Jérémie Masurel and Félix Baezner are working hand in hand with their artists, residents and guests, an area of artistic confluence where everyone is animated by the passion and desire for sharing. Located in the heart of the historical district of the Antiquaires of Lyon, Slika also has to heart to work with professionals of the crafts of art of the region in the framework of unpublished editions.
/ Jean-Charles de Castelbajac / Steph Cop / 108 Nero