Having outlined Thierry Bigaignon’s project of a new gallery in Paris and revealed the name of the photographer slated to inaugurate the gallery’s first exhibition, in this third interview we will learn more about his choice of the gallery’s location: rue Charlot in the Marais. Somewhat unusually, the gallery will occupy the second floor of a mansion (“hôtel particulier“). Although this is fairly common in New York, few Parisian galleries dispense with a storefront. Is it an advantage or an inconvenience? Only time will tell.
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