Founded in 2011 in the Marais in Paris, Galerie Sator promotes the work of emerging and developing international artists. The gallery is characterized by its strong emphasis on visual art that references other forms of art and a range of fields of thought – politics, history, history of art, literature, philosophy and science – which seek to question the place of the human in the world and offer tools for critical reflection on contemporary societies, their evolution and their transformation, and their territorial relationships. An ongoing investigation of the image and the production of plastic forms complete the gallery’s approach.
Resolutely international, the gallery promotes the work of artists from both France and throughout the world (including Russian-American, Swiss, Togolese, Iranian, and Greek artists), with a particular speciality in artists on the Asian contemporary scene from China, Korea and Vietnam.
The mediums of expression explored by the gallery’s artists range from painting to drawing, and from objects to installation and photography. For several years now, Galerie Sator has also developed a research project dedicated to the production of video art, from virtual reality
to documentary-fiction and from classic projections to participative environments.
Founded in 2015, Editions Sator furthers the gallery’s work to support and promote its artists through the publication of catalogues and unique editorial objects.
Galerie Sator regularly participates in specialized international fairs including Paris Photo, Drawing Now, and Loop (Award Prize 2017), as well as general fairs such as Galeristes.
Regularly featured in the press (Le Monde, Art Press, Beaux-Arts, Télérama, Les échos, Asia Art Pacific, Financial Times, The New York Times),and closely followed by critics such as Philippe Dagen, Roxana Azimi, Emmanuelle Lequeux, Laurent Boudier and the Jeunes Critiques d’art collective, Galerie Sator collaborates with prestigious institutions including the Palais de Tokyo, the Centre Georges Pompidou, the Musée Picasso Paris, the Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Berggruen Museum in Berlin and the Kunsthaus in Zurich.
In Autumn 2019, Galerie Sator will join Komunuma in Romainville. This exhibition space of some 130m2 will offer a second site for the gallery to present and promote specific curatorial projects.
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