Opened in Paris in 1997, the gallery’s artistic focus is defined by strong individualities who share a deep commitment to creativity and originality.
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Almine Rech Gallery was founded on a minimal and conceptual axis, representing artists such as James Turrell, John McCracken and Joseph Kosuth.
In addition to its stable of internationally recognized mid-career and emerging artists, it has always been the gallery’s mission to continually seek out and include new artists to its program. The gallery has held longstanding relationships with artists like John McCracken and James Turrell and has since started working with and representing artists such as Günther Förg, Mark Hagen, Alex Israel, Jeff Koons, Bertrand Lavier, Richard Prince, Julian Schnabel, Taryn Simon, DeWain Valentine and Tom Wesselmann, among others.
In 2006 the gallery moved to a larger two-floor space in the Marais district and in 2008 inaugurated a second 1,000 square meter exhibition space in Brussels. In March 2013, Almine Rech Gallery inaugurated its new Paris space at 64 rue de Turenne. In June 2014, Almine Rech Gallery opened a gallery in Mayfair, London.
Eric Mack and Torey Thornton, Extensions Made To Trouble Transformation, Almine Rech Gallery, Paris 2016. Photo: Rebecca Fanuele. Courtesy of the Artists and Almine Rech Gallery
Throwback Thursday: 'Dans un intérieur' at Almine Rech Gallery in Paris in 2014. Image: room featuring works by Mark Barrow and Fabrics by Sarah Parke. Photo: Rebecca Fanuele. Courtesy of Almine Rech Gallery