Galerie Jocelyn Wolff opened in October 2003 in Belleville, an emerging area in Paris with a multi-cultural as well as a historical background. In March 2006, the gallery moved to a new space in the same neighborhood, rue Julien-Lacroix
In 2003, Galerie Jocelyn Wolff opened in a very small, remote space in Belleville of East Paris with a solo show by Clemens von Wedemeyer. Most represented artists made their debuts with Galerie Jocelyn Wolff. In 2006, the gallery moved to a larger space in the same neighbourhood, rue Julien-Lacroix. As the gallery grew, the neighbourhood of Belleville developed into the most dynamic and vivid scene for emerging galleries in the city. Initially focusing on revealing emerging artists, the gallery gradually engaged in the promotion of key historical artists as Franz Erhard Walther, William Anastasi and Miriam Cahn. With a strong interest in sculptural and pictorial practices, the gallery has always tried to promote different mediums including video installations and performances. Today the gallery represents 19 artists. In 2019, the gallery moved in Romainville, in the new form of collaboration Komunuma (community in Esperanto).It gathers four contemporary art galleries, one private foundation and one artist’s association in different spaces, all located in same large former industrial plant: it wishes to accompany the movement and metamorphosis of our megalopolis in the XXI century, called le Grand Paris. Galerie Jocelyn Wolff participates in art fairs such as Art Basel, Art Basel Hong Kong, Frieze Masters London, Frieze Seoul, Artissima, FIAC Paris, ArteBA Buenos Aires, ARCO Madrid, MiArt Milan, Independent NY, Westbund Shanghai.
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78, rue Julien-Lacroix, 75020 Paris