The exhibition of the painter Olivier GOURVIL “Perigrammata – paintings 1990 – 2023″ will present a selection of recent paintings as well as a very large format from 1990, the year in which his work began to enter several public collections (Frac, Fnac, artothèques).
During the exhibition, the Larock-Granoff gallery will also present a selection of ceramics made during a residency in January 2023 at the CCE, the research laboratory of ENSA Limoges.
Exhibition from May 11 to 28, 2023.
Founded in 1924 by Katia Granoff, one of the first female gallery owners, the Larock-Granoff gallery is an institution presenting a wide variety of contemporary artists, young artists, but also modern art, impressionist art and tribal art.
It is recognized for painters such as Monet, Laprade and Chagall discovered by Katia Granoff and whose works the gallery still owns and exhibits. It also defends artists who have forged the history of the arts of the 20th and 21st centuries, such as Miró, Ozenfant, Messagier, Appel, Devade. The gallery has a branch in Honfleur on the old basin.
2024 marks the hundredth anniversary of the Larock-Granoff gallery, making it one of the oldest galleries in Paris. Since 2019, it is managed by Edouard Larock, 4th of the generation.
Claude Monet, Marc Chagall, Pierre Laprade, Chaim Soutine, Joan Miro, Amédée Ozenfant, Jean Messagier, Karel Appel, Marc Devade, Claude Bellegarde, Othon Friesz, Alex Bloc, AurelK, Daniel Hourdé, René Duvillier, Jacqueline Marval, Maurice de Vlaminck, Chana Orloff, Jean Couty, André Hambourg, Jacques Bouyssou, Fernand Herbo, Valentina Shapiro, Léon Haffner, Joséphine Vallé Franceschi, Marie-Victoire Winckler, Jano Xhenseval, Marion Chesnais, Charles Dufresne