Almine Rech


Fine Art | Almine Rech, Gallery, Contemporary Art, French Heritage

Almine Rech has exhibition spaces in Paris, Brussels, London and New York, whilst the gallery opened in 1997 in Paris. At the time, she worked with artists Ugo Rondinone, Joseph Kosuth, and other artists with minimalist and conceptual leanings, including John McCracken. Most notably, Rech has shown Jeff Koons since 2009.

In 2006, the gallery moved to a larger, two-story space in the Marais district, before launching its current space in rue de Turenne in 2013. In 2008, Rech opened a second gallery in Brussels. In 2014, she opened a 225 m2 (2,420 sq ft) gallery in London, and added a 280 m2 (3,000 sq ft) space – in New York in 2016. In 2019, the gallery expanded to Shanghai, where it operates a 370 m2 (4,000 sq ft) space in the Amber Building — a three-story former People's Bank of China warehouse at 27 Hu Qiu Road.

Overview
Name
Name
Almine Rech
Collection
Collection
Fine Art
Class
Class
Gallery
Heritage
Heritage
French
PresenceWorldwide
Established
Established
1997
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