Opening Exhibition Juergen Teller 2018. Saywho/Julien Weber

A colorful figure in contemporary art (and in the Marais), the gallery owner Suzanne Tarasiève died on December 27, 2022, at the age of 73, following a cancer that she kept in check without ever giving up her work. his exceptional temperament.

At the head of the gallery that bears her name at 7, rue Pastourelle, this woman will have left her mark on the profession with her committed choices and her solid judgment.

40th anniversary of the gallery. Saywho/Jean Picon

Petite silhouette on high heels, a little coquettishness to the eye due to meningitis contracted in childhood, she represented renowned artists such as Jean-Michel Othoniel, Éva Jospin, Yayoi Kusama, Thomas Houseago, Thomas Houseago, Koichi Sato, Boris Mikhailov and many others.

In the article which it devotes to this personality with a slightly azimated look – but so Marais –, Le Monde writes: “With her father, a radio electrician, and her mother, a seamstress, Suzanne Tarasiève grew up in Berry and discovered Munch, Bosch and Kirchner at school. A first trigger for a life that she wrote with temperament. In Barbizon (Seine-et-Marne), the bourgeois cradle of landscape painting, she opened her shop in 1978 to sell the avant-garde.

Léa Seydoux – Juergen Teller – Suzanne Tarasieve

The daily continues: “With the same taste for adventure, this frail blonde left the forest of Fontainebleau in 2003, pushed by the French collector Marcel Brient, and got involved in Paris in the experience of a 13th arrondissement in full swing. reinvention, rue du Chevaleret, near the Très Grande Bibliothèque. At the same time, in 2008, she inaugurated Loft19, in Belleville, both her personal address and her showroom, before setting up in le Marais, from 2011.”

Faithful neighborhood where she liked, Suzanne Tarasiève leaves the helm of her gallery to her four collaborators: Julien Bouharis, Lucas Marseille, Alice Vaganay and Veovansy Veopraseut.

Suzanne Tarasiève Gallery
7 Rue Pastourelle, 75003 Paris
From Tuesday to Saturday 11AM - 19PM
Tel: +01 42 71 76 54

View of the exhibition Golden Book by Milen Till, at the Suzanne Tarasiève gallery

Text: Katia Barillot

11.01.23

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