Our confinement Notes have ended. Extending this project of constituting an artists’ notebook to maintain the link that we have created over these last thirty years, we are opening the gallery on Saturday June 6 with Oh Les Beaux Jours (Happy Days). The exhibition brings together all the artists who go along with us, including some produced during confinement.
With no other idea than to show our confidence and support to the artists, Oh Les Beaux Jours (Happy Days) also reflects our conviction of the good future of galleries in the promotion of contemporary art. In the art world after, galleries will offer more than ever to our audiences a privileged and exclusive relationship with artists and their works.
The gallery team is keen to welcoming you on the occasion of this collective project and again feed your curiosity, your desire for exchanges, your passion for art, while respecting sanitary measures.
Established in 1992 located both in Paris and Brussels Michel Rein represents artists from different generations French and international established and emerging on a long term basis. The gallery mainly focuses on poetic and politics matters.
Maria Thereza Alves • Jean-Pierre Bertrand •Sébastien Bonin • Margaux Bricler • A.K. Burns • Michele Ciacciofera • Jordi Colomer • Abigail DeVille • Carole Douillard • Jimmie Durham • Didier Fiúza Faustino • Dora Garcia • Piero Gilardi • Mathew Hale • Christian Hidaka • Jean-Charles Hue • Armand Jalut • Ariane Loze • Didier Marcel • Stefan Nikolaev • Dan Perjovschi • Elisa Pône • Mark Raidpere • Enrique Ramírez • Michael Riedel • Edgar Sarin • Anne-Marie Schneider • Franck Scurti • Allan Sekula • Agnès Thurnauer • Luca Vitone • Sophie Whettnall • Raphaël Zarka •