Triple V Gallery , founded in 2007 in Dijon by Vincent Pécoil, Virginie Guillerot and Olivier Vadrot (hence the name) has, since its inception, grown considerably. It started in Dijon as a publishing and production house, then moved in 2010 to the dynamic 13th arrondissement of Paris as an art gallery.
34 exhibitions later, we are in 2016, and Triple V is still expanding. At the beginning of this year, the gallery inaugurates a brand new space of more than 500m2 located just a stone’s throw from the Place des Victoires, in the 2nd arrondissement, rue du Mail. A former fabric factory, this new space with an industrial look will be perfect for Triple V’s mission. Which is to highlight contemporary artists of all generations, all styles, all origins with their own approaches. Triple V collaborates with about twenty artists of long standing such as Christian Andersson, Servane Mary or Hugo Pernet.
The new gallery is opening its doors with an exciting inaugural exhibition. From 4 to 27 February, for the first time, all the artists will exhibit and present a new work. We also note the arrival of two new virtuosos: Alex Brown and Laurent Montaron.
Galerie Triple V
5 rue du Mail, 75002, Paris
24 rue Louise Weiss, 75013, Paris