Almine Rech
Gallery / International

Almine Rech is known for its representation of minimal, perceptual, and conceptual artists such as James Turrell, John McCracken, and Joseph Kosuth, occupying spaces in Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai and recent Gstaad and Monaco locations.

Almine Rech opened her first gallery in Paris in November 1989, with an exhibition featuring a James Turrell ‘Space Division’ light piece.

In 1997, the gallery relocated to a larger space in the 13th arrondissement with a solo show by John McCracken, followed by James Turrell’s ‘‘Wedgework Milk Run III’, which is now part of the Aarhus Museum Collection. Throughout the years, Almine Rech has expanded, opening new locations throughout Europe, the United Kingdom, Asia, and the United States.

In addition to preserving long-standing relationships with renowned artists such as Joseph Kosuth, James Turrell, and De Wain Valentine, Almine Rech works with emerging artists like Farah Atassi, Oliver Beer, Andrea Marie Breiling, Genieve Figgis, Daniel Gibson, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, George Rouy, Vaughn Spann, Emma Stern, Claire Tabouret, Genesis Tramaine, Amanda Wall, Chloe Wise, and Huang Yuxing alongside established artists and estates, such as John M Armleder, Karel Appel, Alexander Calder, Ha Chong-Hyun, Günther Förg, Jeff Koons, Jannis Kounellis, Pablo Picasso, Antoni Tàpies, Mai-Thu, Richard Prince, Tom Wesselmann, and Kim Tschang-Yeul.

It remains Almine Rech’s mission to continually seek out and include new artists in its program, with a focus on excellence and originality in the painting tradition.

De Wain Valentine

Joe Andoe

Brian Calvin

Claudio Abate

Chloe Wise

Claudio Abate

Farah Atassi

Gregor Hildebrandt

Tom Wesselmann

Joe Andoe

Michael Hilsman

Jannis Kounellis
De Wain Valentine
Almine Rech
Gallery / International

Almine Rech is known for its representation of minimal, perceptual, and conceptual artists such as James Turrell, John McCracken, and Joseph Kosuth, occupying spaces in Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai and recent Gstaad and Monaco locations.

Almine Rech opened her first gallery in Paris in November 1989, with an exhibition featuring a James Turrell ‘Space Division’ light piece.

In 1997, the gallery relocated to a larger space in the 13th arrondissement with a solo show by John McCracken, followed by James Turrell’s ‘‘Wedgework Milk Run III’, which is now part of the Aarhus Museum Collection. Throughout the years, Almine Rech has expanded, opening new locations throughout Europe, the United Kingdom, Asia, and the United States.

In addition to preserving long-standing relationships with renowned artists such as Joseph Kosuth, James Turrell, and De Wain Valentine, Almine Rech works with emerging artists like Farah Atassi, Oliver Beer, Andrea Marie Breiling, Genieve Figgis, Daniel Gibson, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, George Rouy, Vaughn Spann, Emma Stern, Claire Tabouret, Genesis Tramaine, Amanda Wall, Chloe Wise, and Huang Yuxing alongside established artists and estates, such as John M Armleder, Karel Appel, Alexander Calder, Ha Chong-Hyun, Günther Förg, Jeff Koons, Jannis Kounellis, Pablo Picasso, Antoni Tàpies, Mai-Thu, Richard Prince, Tom Wesselmann, and Kim Tschang-Yeul.

It remains Almine Rech’s mission to continually seek out and include new artists in its program, with a focus on excellence and originality in the painting tradition.

Joe Andoe

Brian Calvin

Claudio Abate

Chloe Wise

Claudio Abate

Farah Atassi

Gregor Hildebrandt

Tom Wesselmann

Joe Andoe

Michael Hilsman

Jannis Kounellis
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