When galleries take themselves seriously and take art history seriously, they behave like university pygmalions. And teachers for all audiences. And so, after a studious summer for Sylvie Patry, defector from the Musée d'Orsay after twenty years of public service at the Mennour gallery, just a year ago, this Parisian gallery which is exhibited in three addresses in Saint-Germain-des-Prés (VIe) and one in the golden triangle of Avenue Matignon (VIIIe), changes form, scope and nature. It "announces the launch of the Mennour Institute, which brings together the many initiatives of the gallery and its founder, Kamel Mennour, to support creation and its dissemination to as many people as possible."
Stated objective, and even claimed, the democratization of art and its better understanding by increasing "the accessibility of contemporary art to all generations — such as the visit program "Mennour Family" which invites young people to discover Saturday with...
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