galerie frank elbaz
Anne Le Troter
galerie frank elbaz opened its doors in 2002 in Paris and presents exhibitions dedicated to French and international living artists, as well as historical artists and artist estates. In 2016, the gallery inaugurated a new space in Dallas, Texas, thus reinforcing its ties to the American scene. By supporting emerging artists, the gallery demonstrates its constant interest in young creation.
The gallery celebrates French artists by presenting the work of Davide Balula, Bernard Piffaretti, Léo Chesneau, Madeleine Roger-Lacan. Simultaneously, it offers insight into the American scene, exhibiting artists such as Ja’Tovia Gary, Sheila Hicks, William Leavitt, Ari Marcopoulos, Kaz Oshiro, Mungo Thomson, and Blair Thurman. The European scene is also explored with artist Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili. Over the years, the gallery has focused on rediscovering historical artists including Jean-Michel Atlan, Wallace Berman, Jay DeFeo, Dmitri Prigov, as well as artists from the Zagreb conceptual scene, such as the Gorgona Group (Julije Knifer, Mangelos), Tomislav Gotovac, and Mladen Stilinovic.