Exhibited artists :
Jean-Luc André (1955), Ben (1935), Jacques Charlier (1939), Charles Dreyfus (1947), Esther Ferrer (1937), Pierre Fisher (1983), Joël Hubaut (1947), Pascal Le Coq (1964), Miller Lévy (1950), Clémentine Mélois (1980), Mosner (1948), Léa Le Bricomte, (1987), Charlemagne (1947)
The Lara Vincy Gallery has been active throughout history, from the avant-garde to contemporary art. Since its creation in 1955, Lara Vincy has exhibited artists inclined to new pictorial and plastic research, actors of the abstraction of the sixties: Raza, Kito, Wostan, Munford, Clough, Allio. 60s: Raza, Kito, Wostan, Munford, Clough, Allio. From 1971, Liliane Vincy, her daughter, develops a program intuitively guided by a freedom of spirit, outside of the modes and the dominant currents: installations, sound environments, videos, sociological actions are so many fields of experimentation that she deploys. She exhibited among others Hains, Ben, Wolman, Esther Ferrer, Hubaut, Gilardi, Charlemagne Palestine, Takako Saito... In 2000, Liliane's son, Youri, joined the gallery and co-directed it with her until his death in June 2015. Today, he runs the gallery alone, presenting both historical artists and the new generation.
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Jean-Luc André • Ben • Jacques Charlier • Charles Dreyfus • Esther Ferrer • Pierre Fisher • Joël Hubaut • Léa Le Bricomte • Pascal Le Coq • Miller Lévy • Clémentine Mélois • Mosner • Charlemagne Palestine