Georges-Pascal Ricordeau, Drapeau Blanc / Nuit Blanche 2022, Église Saint-Paul Saint-Louis
Bruno Blosse
Gallery Director

Bruno Blosse’s cultural background is essentially institutional as he spent thirteen years in the cultural affairs department of the City of Paris where he was in charge of external relations. In 2011, he met Patrice and Aurélie of Fondation Loo & Lou who presented him with their project, which he found ambitious and original. He worked with the foundation on artistic projects, including the annual proposal for Nuit Blanche in Paris. When Loo & Lou Gallery opened their doors in 2015, Blosse was chosen as their Artistic Director and has been with them ever since.

Bruno Blosse
Gallery Director

Bruno Blosse’s cultural background is essentially institutional as he spent thirteen years in the cultural affairs department of the City of Paris where he was in charge of external relations. In 2011, he met Patrice and Aurélie of Fondation Loo & Lou who presented him with their project, which he found ambitious and original. He worked with the foundation on artistic projects, including the annual proposal for Nuit Blanche in Paris. When Loo & Lou Gallery opened their doors in 2015, Blosse was chosen as their Artistic Director and has been with them ever since.

Georges-Pascal Ricordeau, Drapeau Blanc / Nuit Blanche 2022, Église Saint-Paul Saint-Louis
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