Created in 1998, Galerie Zlotowski has been dedicated to modern art and avant-gardes of the early XXth century since its opening. We furthermore developed an increasing interest towards more recent artists of the second half of the century. The gallery has become an international reference while taking part in the rediscovery of the pictorial work of Le Corbusier and organized many exhibitions dedicated to this multi-faced artist. In 2018, the gallery has loaned several pieces for an exhibition in Barcelona then Madrid. Galerie Zlotowski also sent works for an overview of Le Corbusier’s visual art during the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2016.
In 2017, the gallery has organized a major exhibition dedicated to François Morellet, curated by Serge Lemoine, reuniting his works with historical geometrical abstraction that inspired him. In 2018, we present an extensive retrospective of the German avant-garde artists Ella Bergmann-Michel and Robert Michel, a couple fascinated by technical progress. The gallery has frequently organized exhibitions with catalogues dedicated to artists such as Albert Gleizes, Amédée Ozenfant, Kurt Schwitters Georges Valmier, Simon Hantaï, Jean Dubuffet and Joaquin Torres-Garcia. Galerie Zlotowski is well-recognized for its commitment to show high quality works and the publishing of catalogues written by the most renowned experts.
The gallery takes part to several international art fairs such as FIAC, Art Basel or TEFAF. We have the privilege to have notorious museums as clients. The Gallery has often loaned pieces for important exhibitions. In 2015, we sent papers, gouaches and sculptures for several Le Corbusier exhibitions in the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, then in Hong-Kong and Shenzhen. The gallery also loaned pieces by Sonia Delaunay for the retrospectives in the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and at the Tate Modern in London in 2015, by Jean Tinguely for the an exhibition in Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam (and in Rotterdam in 2018) and by Pol Bury for the Bozar Museum of Brussels. The Gallery has lent several major pieces by Ella Bergmann-Michel and Robert Michel for the comprehensive retrospective held at the Sprengel Museum of Hannover in 2018.