The ARGENTIC gallery at 43 rue Daubenton in Paris will close its doors on June 30.
Its owner, Eric Boudry, sent us this text:
“After more than 6 years and 32 exhibitions, I am leaving the Mouffetard district to devote myself to my loved ones and my collection of photographs. First of all, I want to thank you for your loyalty and your demanding and friendly support which allowed me to present both recognized artists and others forgotten or beginners. I remain convinced that the French humanist photographs that we love are a reference in the great history of photography and that its values are more relevant than ever.
We will continue to see each other in the aisles of the shows or by appointment because the site www.argentic.fr will take off again in the coming months with the arrival of a large number of unpublished pieces from private collections.
In the meantime, and from May 19, I suggest that you come to the gallery so we can see each other again, and also to “help” me move by coming and acquiring books and prints at friendly prices …
The gallery will be open from Wednesday to Saturday and from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
See you soon and be well.”
43 rue Daubenton 75005 Paris