Liv Schulman will present her first solo exhibition at Galerie Anne Barrault. On this occasion, she will screen her new feature film "The New Inflation" for the first time to the public.
Galerie anne barrault, dedicated to contemporary art, opened in 1999 in the Marais district of Paris and is located in its current gallery space rue des Archives, since 2013.
Ever since the start, the gallery has devoted itself exceptionally to contemporary art with a focused commitment to the presentation of young artists. It has presented many first solo exhibitions, such as those of Tiziana la Melia, Stéphanie Saadé, Guillaume Pinard or Jochen Gerner, along with established artists such as Daniel Spoerri or Roland Topor.
From its opening twenty years ago, galerie anne barrault has constantly built up new ties with different disciplines, as with Yona Friedman, the architect, who exhibited at the gallery, or the writer Pacôme Thiellement who curated a show and, more recently Marie Losier, the filmmaker, who had her very first gallery exhibition at galerie anne barrault in 2020.
In 2021 Anne Barrault once more gave the stage to a young talent, Neïla Czermak Ichti (who was born in 1996), with an exclusive solo show to display her works. Many of the gallery’s artists have had their books published.
Recently the fanzine Pleased to meet you dedicated its tenth edition to Marie Losier, and the artist Neïla Czermak Ichti published her first monograph in correspondance to her solo show with the gallery in 2021.
Every so often, the gallery invites an independent curator who proposes a singular exhibition : in 2017 Franck Balland curated an exhibition of Tiziana la Melia and curator Marie de Brugerolle will present a group show in 2022.
David B. • Gabriele Basilico • Katharina Bosse • Neïla Czermak Ichti • Dominique Figarella • Jochen Gerner • Killoffer • Tiziana La Melia • Marie Losier • Manuela Marques • Ramuntcho Matta • Olivier Menanteau • Pierre Moignard • Guillaume Pinard • Tere Recarens • David Renaud • Stéphanie Saadé • Liv Schulman • Daniel Spoerri • Roland Topor • Alun Williams