The Andréhn-Schiptjenko gallery opens a Project Space in Paris

Linder, Origin of the World (2016) photomontage
The gallery, based in Stockholm since 1991, has announced the opening of a Parisian Project Space.


Andréhn-Schiptjenko – a frequent participant in major fairs including the FIAC, Art Basel and Independent New York – will set up shop at 10 Rue Saint-Anastase in Paris’ third arrondissement on May 24. The new location is in close proximity to the biggest Parisian gallery names, such as Perrotin and Thaddaeus Ropac. Amongst the artists represented are Xavier Veilhan, Francesca Woodman and Carin Ellberg.



Its inaugural exhibition will be dedicated to the work of British artist Linder, whose research constitutes “a continuous exploration of desire, cultural expectations and the female body as commodity” through an application of “the principles of collage to the visual languages of graphic design, popular culture, fashion and fine art in the production of photomontages, performances and installations”.


Linder, Support the Prominence (2015) - photomontage