Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the banks of the Seine are historically a refuge for artists, intellectuals and art lovers. This lively neighborhood is home to 7 art galleries that showcase an eclectic mix of contemporary and classic works. As you wander the charming cobbled streets, you can immerse yourself in a world of limitless artistic expression.
Discover an eclectic artistic institution: Galerie Vallois
In the heart of Paris, the Vallois Gallery is a treasure for all art lovers. Founded in 1990, she exhibits contemporary works high quality. The gallery highlights new realism with artists such as Villeglé, Saint Phalle and Tinguely. It also looks towards the future of contemporary art with artists from Los Angeles: McCarthy, Jackson, Kersels and Janes. The gallery creates links between generations of artists, promoting exchange and collaboration. There Vallois Gallery offers an immersive experience where art comes to life.
Vallois Gallery – Art Deco – 41 Rue de Seine, 75006 Paris
Acquire a piece of history: Galerie Furstenberg
Founded in 1971, la Galerie Furstenberg is specialized in pre-Columbian art. This Art brings together the works created by all the peoples of the central and southern continent of America before the discovery of Christopher Columbus in 1492. In its large space of Saint Germain des Pres, Jean Christophe Argilet, presents around sixty pieces from Mexico, the Mayan zone, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Pieces of terracotta, stone, wood, some textiles, jade and gold.
Galerie Furstenberg – 8 Rue Jacob, 75006 Paris
Praise Contemporary Art: Galerie Dutko
La Dutko Gallery is recognized for its unique specialties in the world of contemporary art. Founded by Jean-Jacques Dutko, the gallery is distinguished by its emphasis ongeometric abstraction, concrete art, kineticism and the neo-concrete ! With its ongoing commitment to artistic excellence, Galerie Dutko remains a must-visit destination for art lovers seeking daring artistic discoveries and inspiring.
Dutko Gallery / Quai Voltaire – 17 Quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris
Admire the precious art of ancient jewelry: Galerie Tibermont
Enter the fascinating world of Tibermont gallery, a nugget nestled in the heart of 7e district of Paris, dedicated to art and antique jewelry. As soon as you walk through the doors of Tibermont, you will be instantly seduced by the atmosphere that reigns there. The elegance and beauty of jewelry et ancient works of art exhibited are breathtaking. Each piece tells a story, each detail testifies to the craftsmanship which has spanned the ages. A journey through time awaits you, to meet creativity and timeless beauty.
Each visit to Tibermont is a memorable experience, whether you choose to acquire a piece or simply explore this artistic world. Visitors are unanimous: the welcome, the passion, and the quality of the antiques proposed make Tibermont an exceptional place in Paris.
Tibermont Gallery – 252 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris
Pursuing excellence in decorative arts: Galerie Arcanes
At the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Arcana Gallery for 15 years has been exhibiting the creations of great master decorators of the XNUMXth and XNUMXst centuries. Anne Deconinck and Geoffrey Renaud work hand in hand with contemporary artists. Thus, they present what they consider beautiful, interesting, rare or even spectacular... In short, everything that makes them vibrate in this immense pool of French and European decorative arts.
Arcana Gallery – 11 Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris
Explore modern art in all its forms: Galerie Applicat-Prazan
La Applicat-Prazan Gallery has established itself as an uncontested reference in modern art, highlighting works byvisionary artists such as Jean Dubuffet, Nicolas de Staël, Zao Wou-Ki, Hans Hartung, and many others. Their exceptional collection showcases a diversity of styles and artistic movements, offering visitors an immersive experience in the evolution of art in the XNUMXth century. Of the abstract paintings to figurative works, including prints and sculptures, the gallery exhibits a fascinating range of artistic expressions.
Applicat-Prazan Rive Gauche – 16 Rue de Seine, 75006 Paris
Immerse yourself in the heart of a window on XNUMXth century Art: Galerie Maeght
La Maeght Gallery, founded in 1945 by Marguerite and Aimé Maeght, is an emblematic place in Paris. It has hosted renowned artists. Joan Miró, Alberto Giacometti, Marc Chagall, Alexander Calder, Pierre Bonnard, or even Georges Braque. The gallery highlighted major artistic movements such as surrealism, abstraction and Art Brut…While remaining a space of expression for contemporary artists. Today, it remains a essential pillar of the global artistic landscape, promoting innovation and artistic diversity.
Maeght Gallery – 42 Rue du Bac, 75007 Paris