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Almine Rech announces new gallery in Paris
Kenny Scharf.



PARIS.- Almine Rech announced the opening of its second gallery in Paris, to be located on the prestigious Avenue Matignon in the 8th arrondissement, an area that has long been home to a prominent community of art galleries, auction houses, cultural attractions.

The inaugural show at Almine Rech Paris | Matignon will be a solo exhibition of new paintings by iconic American artist Kenny Scharf, titled Vaxi Nation opening January 21, 2021. The gallery is located in an elegant Haussmann building and is situated on the ground and first floors, both of which will be dedicated to exhibition spaces in which to present the gallery’s roster of international artists and secondary market works in a new context within the city. Almine Rech | Matignon marks the sixth location internationally— and the second in Paris—for Almine Rech, whose flagship gallery is located at 64 Rue de Turenne in the Marais. The gallery on Avenue Matignon will be open to the public year-round and extend the gallery’s international program with rotating exhibitions on a more intimate scale.

The gallery is located in an elegant Haussmann building and is situated on the ground and first floors, both of which will be dedicated to exhibition spaces in which to present the gallery’s roster of international artists in a new context within the city. Almine Rech | Matignon marks the sixth location internationally— and the second in Paris—for Almine Rech, whose flagship gallery is located at 64 Rue de Turenne in the Marais. The gallery on Avenue Matignon will be open to the public year-round and extend the gallery’s international program with rotating exhibitions on a more intimate scale.

Almine Rech commented, “We are thrilled to build upon our long history in Paris with the new Matignon location, and to expand our presence in this city, as its creative culture and spirit have shaped the identity of our gallery since the beginning in 1989. Paris’s art scene continues to flourish, and I have great confidence in its future as one of the most prominent hubs of the art world. It is particularly special to open our new space with an exhibition of Kenny Scharf’s most recent paintings, and to debut a dynamic selection of works to our audiences in Paris.










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