Ceysson & Bénétière Gallery, founded in 2006, is growing! It is a brand new space of more than 1,000 square meters and seven meters in height and will open on the 18th Next September, still in Saint-Etienne. It is located between the Zénith and the Comédie de Saint-Etienne, at 10 rue des Aciéries. A space designed by architect Francis Grosson and intended to give the impression of entering a museum. ” We do not pretend to invent something, but to create a large exhibition with a museum atmosphere, allowing this space in Saint-Étienne to become a destination in itself. », explains François Sisson, co-founder with Loïc Bénétière. In addition to the huge exhibition space, two other small rooms will contain parallel programs dedicated to paperwork, such as the locker for interesting things.
Galerie Ceysson & Bénétière continues to create new venues, such as its recent openings in Paris, Geneva, Luxembourg, New York and Lyon last June. Many artists collaborate with her regularly, such as Mounir Fatmi, O’Reilly Petrell, Nancy Greaves or Philip Favier. Let’s open this new space in Saint-Étienne with great fanfare, we’ll find it until November 13, Exhibition consisting of sculptures and bas-reliefs by Bernard Vignet to celebrate the artist’s 80th birthday, parallel to the Parisian exhibition Bernard Venet 1961-1964: Origins. The cultural program will be followed by exhibitions of works by Bogner, Rafini, Sadie Laska and Bernard Pages. A new place to follow closely!
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