Galerie T&L takes root in Paris

The then-nomadic adventure, which began with Tancrède Hertzog and Léopold Legros in 2015, is now taking up residence in the Marais, at 61 rue de la Verrerie – the former Galerie Patricia Dorfmann.

Inaugurated in 2015, Galerie T&L combines contemporary creation with post-war art, mainly from the 1950s to 1970s. As Hertzog explains, “we have always wanted to invest in large spaces, and we finally got this opportunity. We now have 150 m2 and will be able to hold more exhibitions, with fewer logistic challenges.”


Tancrède Hertzog & Léopold Legros - Photo © Tina Pierre


Work on display for the opening exhibition, from the 16th of March to the 8th of April, include "L'âge de raison", a seven-part polyptych measuring over five metres by Ivan Messac, Les chieurs (1972), which will soon be joining the collections of a major museum, historical artwork by Leonardo Cremonini, Christian Babou, and Stanley William Hayter, as well as young contemporary painters such as Annabelle Agbo-Godeau, Maxime Biou, François Malingrëy, and Anahita Masoudi.


Cover image: Ivan Messac, Les Chieurs (1972)