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Kamel Mennour Gallery: From Paris to Paris

Contemporary Art | Kamel Mennour’s strategy in choosing branch locations differs from that of other gallery-brands as its international identity is based on its annual participation in 8 major global art fairs.

View of the exhibition “Huang Yong Ping”, kamel mennour (47, rue Saint-André des arts), Paris, 2016 © ADAGP Huang Yong Ping / Photo. Julie Joubert / Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris
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View of the exhibition “Huang Yong Ping”, kamel mennour (47, rue Saint-André des arts), Paris, 2016
© ADAGP Huang Yong Ping / Photo. Julie Joubert / Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris

Kamel Mennour launches his third Parisian space at 28 avenue Matignon, in the heart of the golden triangle of the Parisian market, near Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Artcurial, Gagosian and numerous Parisian luxury hotels. It is also situated in a dynamic institutional zone, built around major draws such as the Grand Palais and the Palais de Tokyo, as well as other museums with rich, focused programs. Architect […]

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View of the exhibition “Huang Yong Ping”, kamel mennour (47, rue Saint-André des arts), Paris, 2016 © ADAGP Huang Yong Ping / Photo. Julie Joubert / Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris Huang Yong Ping, Empires - Monumenta 2016, Grand Palais, Paris © ADAGP Huang Yong Ping / Photo. Fabrice Seixas / Courtesy the artist; kamel mennour, Paris and Réunion des musées nationaux – Grand Palais Huang Yong Ping, Dessin préparatoire pour Empires, Monumenta 2016, 2015 Aquarelle sur papier © ADAGP Huang Yong Ping / Courtesy de l’artiste et kamel mennour, Paris Huang Yong Ping « Empires - Monumenta 2016 », 2016 Simulation 3D du projet par l’Atelier Alain Deswarte © ADAGP Huang Yong Ping : Courtesy de l’artiste et kamel mennour, Paris Dessin technique pour Une pause colorée, travail in situ de Daniel Buren pour Le Bristol, Paris, mai 2016 © Jean-Christophe Denise. Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris Hicham Berrada, Oiseaux, 2014, Still, Vidéo couleur, 3 min 55 s © ADAGP Hicham Berrada. Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris Daniel Buren, « Excentrique(s), travail in situ », 2012, 380 000 m3. Détail. Monumenta 2012 – Daniel Buren, Paris. © Daniel Buren / Monumenta

View of the exhibition “Huang Yong Ping”, kamel mennour (47, rue Saint-André des arts), Paris, 2016
© ADAGP Huang Yong Ping / Photo. Julie Joubert / Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris

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