Suzanne Tarasieve moved to Paris in 2003. The gallery she opened on the Rue de Chevaleret supported a new generation of artists from across the world, as well as more established figures like Boris Mikhailov from Ukraine.
The adventure continued with the 2008 opening of LOFT 19 in Belleville. In addition to exhibitions, the space also welcomed artists-in-residence to produce their work in the best conditions.
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