Adrien Belgrand, Seed Beads – acrylic on canvas – 2016 – 150 x 250 cm – Private collection

During confinement you can find the works of the gallery on his website

Sabine Bayasli is a gallery owner. In 2020, after years in her contemporary art gallery in the 9th arrondissement, this ardent “defender” of creation for more than twenty years, installed “her” artists in a white and silent space near the Pompidou center.

A few weeks before the re-confinement she proposed a display there which testifies to a singular vitality. Her choice: Adrien Belgrand, painter whom she has followed faithfully since her beginnings.

From her gallery, she combines great notoriety and seriousness around new French and international collaborations, focusing on emerging and recognized artists. A risky bet for Sabine who, as a true first-market gallery owner, produces and promotes the talents taken under her wing 100%.

Johann Rivat, THE GIANTS: WILL YOU BITE THE HAND THAT FEED?
Oil on canvas – 2019 – 100 x 70 cm
Available at the gallery

However, despite “or because” of the health crisis, the market seemed to be favorable to it. “Containment has aroused among collectors, neophytes and connoisseurs, the need to return to art, essential in their lives.” The artists she had the flair to defend even brought into her galleries young generations of amateurs eager to invest in the avant-garde of creation.

One thing is certain, after this forced break, the gallery will reopen its doors on rue du Temple. In the meantime, before being able to meet the artist Adrien Belgrand, an exclusive selection of his work “Le grand tour” is to be discovered on the site

Anne-Cécile Surga, Fragile
Pink marble from Portugal – 2020 – 65 x 28 x 20 cm
Available at the gallery

Sabine Bayasli Gallery
99 rue du Temple, 75003 Paris
From Tuesday to Saturday 12AM - 19PM
Tel: +06 34 29 40 82

Text: Sandrine Maggiani

19.11.20

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