Loo & Lou Gallery
Gallery / Paris

Committed both aside young talents and acknowledged artists, Loo & Lou Gallery opened in 2015. In 2017, the gallery opened a new space, The Atelier, giving a second life to past exhibitions and artworks. These spaces give the Loo & Loo Gallery the perfect playground to confront different visions and offer different and experimental approaches of the works. They also launch dialogues between different artists. The spaces give more flexibility for developing a conversation with the audience, the artists, and independent curators.

The Loo & Lou Gallery spreads out its activity through an artistic direction open to every medium and nourished by various aspirations. Its program finds its cohesiveness in the choice of artists, often focused on the exploration of the living and inspired by the nature.

Among the numerous artists represented and exhibited include Paul de Pignol, François Borie, Aurélie Deguest, Pierre Delavie, Olivier De Sagazan, Johan Van Mullem, Dominique Lacloche, and Matthias Contzen

Nature Natures, Installation view / Photo François Benichou-Mahe

Andrew Ntshabele, Installation view / Photo Alexandra Gilliams

Etre-Chair, Olivier de Sagazan

Loo & Lou Gallery

Installation view / Photo Alexandra Gilliams

Johan Van Mullem

Lydie Arickx

Aurélie Deguest
Nature Natures, Installation view / Photo François Benichou-Mahe
Loo & Lou Gallery
Gallery / Paris

Committed both aside young talents and acknowledged artists, Loo & Lou Gallery opened in 2015. In 2017, the gallery opened a new space, The Atelier, giving a second life to past exhibitions and artworks. These spaces give the Loo & Loo Gallery the perfect playground to confront different visions and offer different and experimental approaches of the works. They also launch dialogues between different artists. The spaces give more flexibility for developing a conversation with the audience, the artists, and independent curators.

The Loo & Lou Gallery spreads out its activity through an artistic direction open to every medium and nourished by various aspirations. Its program finds its cohesiveness in the choice of artists, often focused on the exploration of the living and inspired by the nature.

Among the numerous artists represented and exhibited include Paul de Pignol, François Borie, Aurélie Deguest, Pierre Delavie, Olivier De Sagazan, Johan Van Mullem, Dominique Lacloche, and Matthias Contzen

Andrew Ntshabele, Installation view / Photo Alexandra Gilliams

Etre-Chair, Olivier de Sagazan

Loo & Lou Gallery

Installation view / Photo Alexandra Gilliams

Johan Van Mullem

Lydie Arickx

Aurélie Deguest
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