Open since October 2016, the Fisheye Gallery is located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris in a space exclusively dedicated to photography, just a few steps from the canal Saint-Martin. With a second space of 200 m2 in Arles, the gallery is proud to represent artists with diverse visual styles. Since the beginning, supporting cultural initiatives has been at the core of its identity - the partnerships with the festivals Circulation(s) and La Gacilly being prime examples. As a young gallery, Fisheye Gallery aims to distinguish itself by proposing an uncompromising international program of emerging artists. It carries out its role as a pioneer of new photographic writing in the major European fairs as well as in front of public institutions and important actors of photography.
The gallery is presided over by Benoît Baume, co-founder of the Fisheye group, whose magazine of the same name is dedicated to current events in photography and the role of this art form in our society from an economic, cultural and sociological point of view.
Since July 2021, the gallery is directed by Salomé d'Ornano.