Earth gallery

Paris, France


  • 35, avenue Matignon
  • Paris
  • Île-de-France
  • 75008
  • France

Opening times

From Monday to Saturday
11am - 7pm

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: Miromesnil sattion on Line 9


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Embracing its prime location, 35 avenue Matignon, in Paris, Earth Gallery represents and exhibits many new and established artists from different cultural backgrounds.The fundamental approach aims to promote international contemporary art in Paris mainly focused on paintings, photographs, sculptures, individual and group installations devoted to the integration of arts into every aspect and culture of daily contemporary life.

Anna, Cyrus & Cameron Pahlavi, creative directors and founders bring their vision and experiences to provide a special gallery dedicated to innovation, cultural exchange, showcasing both local and international arts and artists. Their mission is to give voice to the diverse and changing cultural landscape of identity, values and beliefs through contemporary art. Earth Gallery recreates a significant dialogue between artists, viewers and institutions.

The Founders believe that contemporary art mirrors contemporary culture and society offering to general audiences a rich resource through which to consider current ideas and rethink the familiar. The work of artists that going to be represented by Earth gallery is a dynamic combination of concepts, materials, technics and subjects that challenges traditional boundaries and defies the vision of our current society, vary and eclectic.

Their know-how and their exclusive program presenting a wide range of talents aim to wake up the Matignon avenue, one of the more iconic art location in Paris. Composed by two different spaces, the gallery explores ideas, concepts, questions, and practices that examine the past, describe the present, and bring future to life.

The gallery is also an open platform to support new talents and give the opportunity for young artists to show their work.This fifth exhibition is dedicated to the photographer and artist Guilhem de Castelbajac and invites visitors to discover Ghosts of Glory, an exlusive show which have never been exhibited to the public.

Exhibiting Artists