Galerie Charlot was created by Valérie Hasson-Benillouche in 2010 in order to promote innovative contemporary art practices.
Particularily sensitive to emerging art forms, Galerie Charlot focuses on the relation between art, technology and science in the post- digital world. Thanks to a pioneering attitude, Valérie Hasson-Benillouche has successfully created a contemporary art space where artists, art collectors and scientists share their passion for digital art.
The gallery’s yearly schedule is punctuated by conferences, round table discussions, performances and presentations on contemporary art and technology.
The gallery’s main purpose is to establish a meaningful relationship with its artists, to support their creativity and the development of their ideas. Every year, their work is shown in seven exhibitions in the Parisian space and in four international contemporary art fairs.
An important place is assigned to young artists in at least one show a year.
Today, Galerie Charlot is internationally recognised as a key actor in contemporary art.
Collaborations with international art galleries, institutions, festivals and exhibitions foster the gallery’s reputation. The gallery is a reference for a clientele which ranges from young to leading art collectors appreciating its challenging vision for today’s and tomorrow’s talents.