About the Exhibitor

Maya Zack
Sep 27, 2013 10:11PM

Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch opened in Rome in 2009, with the aim of undertaking an exploratory journey into the contemporary art scenario and to promote and disseminate its more dynamic and recent expressions. With an international approach to the process of art production in which the intellectual content of the artifact is not relegated to a secondary role by its high aesthetic value, from the beginning the gallery identified paper as a privileged medium. Not only due to its use in the ancient tradition of drawing, the wide range of forms and flexibility of paper allow it to be combined with other techniques and media such as installation, sculpture or video art, thus helping to create new contexts for its use and enhancing its visibility. In a city like Rome, which is the cradle of antiquity and history, the gallery represents a window onto the contemporary art scenario; it offers visibility to Italian artists and representatives of today's international art sector from different countries. The gallery collaborates closely with experts and international institutions to promote the work of its artists and to publish catalogues and artist books as testimony of an artistic-cultural debate very much alive today. 

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