Templon (G11)

Gallery | Paris
  • La Tente by franz-akermann La Tente
  • The Sun Escaping by jim-dine The Sun Escaping
  • KUNST: MAN KANN DICH LASSEN... by jonathan-meese KUNST: MAN KANN DICH LASSEN...
  • State of being (chair and paper) by chiharu-shiota State of being (chair and paper)
  • Le bluff de la Vierge Marie Belge by jan-fabre Le bluff de la Vierge Marie Belge
  • Cousin by jim-dine Cousin
  • Blue by oda-jaune Blue

Daniel Templon founded the gallery in 1966. The gallery first opened rue Bonaparte in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. In 1972, the gallery moved to its current location, rue Beaubourg, only a 5 min walk from the Pompidou Center, which opened in 1977. The gallery was one of the pioneers of contemporary art in Paris and started by exhibiting many conceptual and minimal artists such as Donald Judd, Art&Language, Dan Flavin, Frank Stella, Richard Serra. Many artists, now part of art history, have been represented by the gallery: Arman, Andre, Basquiat, Boltanski, Buren, César, Clemente, Cucchi, Immendorff, Flavin, Haring, Kelly, de Kooning, Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg, Schnabel, Stella, Warhol among many others. Today, the gallery promotes the work of over thirty living artists, both French and international. The exhibition program creates a dialogue between historical artists (Anthony Caro, Jim Dine, Joel Shapiro, George Segal), mid-career international artists (Jan Fabre, David LaChapelle) and the experiences of younger artists (Jitish Kallat, Jonathan Meese, Prune Nourry, Chiharu Shiota, Kehinde Wiley). The gallery has three exhibition spaces: two in Paris and one in Brussels.

Contact Info

templon.com
@galerietemplon
28 Rue Du Grenier Saint-Lazare 3E Arrondissement 75003 Paris, Paris (Route)
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☎ office +33 1 42 72 14 10