After eight years in New York (Peter Freeman, Inc., Parkers Box) and six years at the Pinacothèque de Paris (Paris – Singapore), Hélianthe Bourdeaux-Maurin opens H Gallery in Paris in September 2016. She bases her artistic line on the discovery and promotion of talents who have never or rarely been shown in France: whether they are French artists or, more particularly, artists who live and work in North America and Latin America.
These artists use mediums as varied as installations, paintings, drawings, sculptures, videos, performances or photographs. This great continent of America is the subject of so much attention that it seems to us already well known. Yet it still contains unexplored treasures at the crossroads of cultures that nourish both its diversity and its contemporaneity.
The gallery is also firmly committed to the defense and promotion of women artists who represent more than 50% of the artists’ panel. Hélianthe Bourdeaux-Maurin has also collaborated with artists Clara Feder and Liu Bolin on projects around the notion of female solidarity in the art world.
The gallery is also developing a secondary market program called “H Gallery – Masters”.