Priska Pasquer announces the opening of Priska Pasqquer Paris

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Priska Pasquer announces the opening of Priska Pasqquer Paris
The gallery will be located behind the Picasso Museum in the historical Marais district at 6 rue des Coutures Saint-Gervais, 75003 Paris.

PARIS.- Gallery-owner Priska Pasquer announced the opening of Priska Pasqquer Paris on January 14, 2023.

This branch in the capital of France will be located behind the Picasso Museum in the historical Marais district at 6 rue des Coutures Saint-Gervais, 75003 Paris.

Priska Pasquer has been closely associated with the Parisian art scene ever since she first took part in Paris Photo in 1999. Since opening her own gallery in Cologne a year later, she has regularly participated in both Paris Photo and Art Paris and been appointed to the selection committees of both fairs.

Priska Pasquer has built up a large network in Paris and initiated many projects there. They include temporary solo exhibitions in the Marais with for example Rinko Kawauchi, a solo exhibition by Heinz Hajek-Halke at the Pompidou Centre, the first extensive presentation of Japanese artists in the West, and an exhibition by Yukata Takanashi at Fondation Cartier Bresson.

After moving into premises previously occupied by Rudolf Zwirner’s gallery in Cologne, in 2015 Pasquer began focusing her attention on local artistic activities. But after participating in Paris Photo in 2018 and 2019 with works by the likes of Ulrike Rosenbach, Warren Neidich and Johanna Reich, two temporary exhibitions in the Marais in 2022, and two exhibitions in conjunction with Photo Days at Sorbonne Art Gallery and La Société featuring Pieter Hugo and Radenko Milak, the desire arose to open a second gallery in Paris.

PRISKA PASQUER PARIS will open on January 14, 2023. Planned to run for a year, its program will complement the gallery in Cologne. Pasquer is delighted that she can now reactivate her existing contacts and thus contribute to the profile of the renowned gallery district in Paris with a diverse exhibition program.

The first exhibition “Everyday to Come” will open on January 14, and will take the form of a dialogue between Jane Benson, a British artist living in New York, and Genaro Strobel, a German artist who resides in Berlin. On March 11, a solo exhibition by the Ukrainian artist Aljoscha entitled “Paradise Hypothesis” will be opened.

In her gallery activities, Priska Pasquer concentrates on national and international artists who are groundbreaking in the way they address the radical changes of our era. Initially focusing on photography, she has continually broadened her program to include intermedial positions in painting, sculpture, performance, installations, virtual and augmented reality, and audio and video works. Since the start of the pandemic, Pasquer’s analog exhibition program and her steadily growing archive of Tezos blockchain art NFTs has been augmented by digital exhibitions in the virtual gallery space.

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