Janaina Mello Landini Exhibits at Villa Carmignac Inaugural Show on Porquerolles Island, France

Janaina Mello Landini‎'s newest in situ installation, Ciclotarama…

Janaina Mello Landini Exhibits at the Bic Collection at Centquatre-Paris

  On the occasion of the exhibition of the BIC Collection…

Drawing Now Art Fair 2018

The gallery is pleased to participate to the 12th edition of Drawing…
Camille Ayme, Corrine, Seseña, 2016, handmade silver print on RC paper, welded steel frame, 100 x 80 x 3cm (framed)

Camille Ayme Wins National Photographic Commission Regards du Grand Paris of the CNAP

For the second year, the CNAP and the Ateliers Médicis called…

Marion Charlet 12th Laureate of Art [ ] Collector 2018

        The gallery is pleased…

Un dimanche à la galerie - 3rd Edition

The gallery is taking part in the third edition of "Un dimanche…

Guest Artists

Claire de Santa Coloma, Concave (details), 2017, arches paper cut 300 g, 122,5 x 122,5 cm framed
Margherita Chiarva, Transfert TR 0 (Composition of a woman), 2015, 22 x 22 cm each (16 frames) total 90 x 90cm
Boris Chouvellon, Sans titre, 2016, concrete, metal, stroller and lawn-mower, diameter: 2,30 cm
Charles Laib Bitton, Un Carré et son Ombre, 2013, Encre sur papier, 14x18cm
Julia Kater, O Inutil Sonho De Ser, 2011, Découpages et collages de photographies sur papier argentique 120 x 80 cm chaque Ed 3/3


Since 2012, Galerie Virginie Louvet has been representing French and international, emerging as well as established artists, who work with a broad range of media.

In its programming, the gallery supports a broad spectrum of contemporary practices, and favors a form of dialogue between the various artists it represents, while always respecting their personality
and their uniqueness.

By fostering these encounters between the artists shown in her gallery, Virginie Louvet has opened a reflection in particular on questions of time and of the perception of architecture and landscape

In the course of time, the succession of solo or group exhibits have revealed a taste for artistic practices within a current of contextual art, of experimentation, of the exploration of a territory.

Virginie Louvet also shows a keen interest in the representation of architectural space for its intimate quality, the stories and fictions it contains, how it reveals a personality.

To her artists, she offers occasions to experiment with projects in situ. They can work around the gallery’s specific configuration, present pieces that modify the perception of the space, capture the viewer’s gaze and compose a sort of scene, inviting the onlooker to step in, to discover the works and go through a variety of esthetic experiences in relation to the landscape… It becomes at times a space in which to travel to far away lands.

After studying Art History and Management at Goldsmiths College in London and the ESCP-Europe in Paris, Virginie Louvet collaborated with world-renowned contemporary art galleries in France and in Brazil before opening her own gallery.

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75003 Paris France

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