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September 8-11, 2022   Javits Center
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Almine Rech

Booth 119
Phyllis Stephens
Portrait of Phyllis Stephens


Phyllis Stephens
Genesis Tramaine


Justin Adian
Joe Andoe
The estate of Karel Appel
John Armleder
Farah Atassi
Miquel Barceló
Jean-Baptiste Bernadet
Todd Bienvenu
Matthias Bitzer
Joe Bradley
Don Brown
Brian Calvin
The estate of Agustín Cárdenas
Chong-Hyun Ha
George Condo
Johan Creten
Aaron Curry
Genieve Figgis
Sylvie Fleury
Günther Förg
John Giorno
Marcus Jahmal
Marcus Jansen
Ewa Juszkiewicz
Kurt Kauper
Leelee Kimmel
Jeff Koons
Wes Lang
Sam McKinniss
Kenneth Noland
Richard Prince
Nathaniel Mary Quinn
Kenny Scharf
Arlene Shechet
Vaughn Spann
Vivian Springford
Claire Tabouret
The estate of Tom Wesselmann
Genesis Tramaine
Chloe Wise

Almine Rech opened its doors on April 1st, 1997 in the 13th arrondissement in Paris. The gallery was founded on an axis of California Minimal, Perceptual art, and Conceptual art, representing artists such as James Turrell, John McCracken, and Joseph Kosuth. In addition to its stable of internationally recognized, mid-career, and emerging artists, it has always been the gallery's mission to continually seek out and include new artists in its program.

In 2006 the gallery moved to a larger two-floor space in the Marais district and in 2008 inaugurated a second 1,000 square meter exhibition space in Brussels. In March 2013, Almine Rech launched its new Paris space at 64 rue de Turenne. In June 2014, Almine Rech opened a gallery in London on Savile Row, Mayfair. In October 2016, the gallery moved from Savile Row to a larger space on Grosvenor Hill, Mayfair. Almine Rech also opened in Manhattan’s Upper East Side at the end of October 2016 with 'Calder and Picasso.’ In 2019, Almine Rech inaugurated its new Shanghai space. In January 2021, Almine Rech opened a second space in Paris, avenue Matignon in the 8th district, with a solo show by Kenny Scharf.