Conveniently located in the Montparnasse hill area, Urban Gallery is often referred to as the "real Ali Baba's cave" for pop art lovers. The co-founders of the gallery, E. Mens and S. Eddiquiac, who are endlessly passionate about him, constantly strive to ensure that as many people as possible share their interest in the work of their contemporaries.
Since 2008, its halls have been provided for the display of paintings, sculptures, photographs, which brilliantly combine street art with pop art and abstract expressionism. The sheer variety of works exhibited here creates a unique universe of talented emerging artists. The capabilities of the Urban Gallery allow them to enter the "orbit" of international fame.
For wealthy collectors and ordinary lovers of contemporary art, acquaintance with the gallery and its exposition is a good opportunity to replenish their personal collections and improve their ideas about the modern stage of the development of fine art.
The gallery's activities include organizing thematic exhibitions. Within the framework of one cultural event, paintings, drawings and sculptural miniatures provided by authors with different artistic views and preferences are exhibited in a single exhibition space.
Original works by artists and graphic artists D. di Bona, D. Tipo, Racine, Miss Mirza, N. Peyron, D. Zach, sculptors and installations by Aaron, Batista, Gregos and many other representatives form the basis of the current exposition of the gallery. In their works, the authors of works seek to express their perception of the place of their contemporary in the surrounding reality by means of art.
The hospitality of the Urban Gallery staff gives additional pleasure to everyone who comes to its halls to get acquainted with various areas of contemporary art. The stylish interiors of the Urban Gallery, which are inspired by films from the 1970s and 1980s, also contribute to a better perception of the works of art on display.
Address: 163 Boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris 75006
Phone: + 33 1 40 46 97 87
Metro: Vavin, Raspail
RER Train: Port-Royal
Bus: Campagne Premiere, Observatoire - Port Royal
Hours: 11: 00-19: 30