After eight years in New York (Peter Freeman, Inc.; Parkers Box) and 6 years at the Pinacothèque de Paris (Paris - Singapore), Hélianthe Bourdeaux-Maurin opened H Gallery in Paris in 2016. She founded her artistic line on the discovery and the showcasing of talents that have never or rarely been shown in France: be it European artists or, more specifically, artists who live and work in North America and Latin America. These artists use mediums as diverse as installations, paintings, drawings, sculptures, videos, performances or photographs. Throughout the different continents, H Gallery explores and seeks to bring new blood, unexplored treasures at the crossroads of cultures that nourish as much both the diversity and the contemporaneity of the artistic line of the gallery.
The gallery is also resolutely committed to the defense and promotion of women artists: it represents more than 60% of them. Hélianthe Bourdeaux-Maurin collaborated with artists Clara Feder and Liu Bolin on projects around the notion of feminine solidarity in the art world.