Galerie Zlotowski specializes in the avant-gardes of the 20th century, following two parallel but complementary paths. Firstly, frequent showings of such major modernists such as Sonia Delaunay, Jean Dubuffet, Simon Hantaï, Fernand Léger, Kurt Schwitters, Amédée Ozenfant and Georges Valmier via its exhibitions, numerous catalogues and art fair stands. In this respect, the Gallery has contributed to the recognition of the visual oeuvre of the Gallery's key artist, the multitalented Le Corbusier. At the end of of 2023, the Gallery loaned several works for a Gallery exhibition in Barcelona focused on drawings and collages. Alongside these great “Moderns”, the Gallery regularly proposes the rediscovery of lesser-known artists like Ella Bergmann-Michel, Robert Michel or Stéphane Mandelbaum. In the spring of 2023, the gallery has presented a solo exhibition in France by African American artist Eugene J. Martin. The catalogue accompanying the exhibition was the first in a new collaboration with Éditions Martin de Halleux, providing our publications with improved distribution and visibility. In September 2023, the Gallery organized an exhibition of etchings and collages by Stéphane Mandelbaum, while the first exhibition of the Belgium artist in the US was opening at the Drawing Center in New York (to which we loaned several works). Present at major international art fairs, including Art Basel and TEFAF, the Gallery defends cutting-edge, previously unshown works reflecting its personal vision and convictions. It counts among its clients numerous museums and is a willing lender to major exhibitions. Early 2024, the Gallery will loan several works by Sonia Delaunay at the Bard Graduate Center in New York for “Sonia Delaunay, Living Art” an exhibition that Galerie Zlotowski supports. We will also lend a collage by Pierrette Bloch for an exhibition of the artist at the Musée Soulages based in Rodez in the south of France.