Laure Genillard is a private non-commercial contemporary art space in Fitzrovia, London. Laure Genillard has operated her gallery since 1987, bringing a keen eye on developments in abstract and conceptual art, expanding on 1970s minimal art practices and discourses. The gallery became well-known for its large installations and for allowing artists the freedom to engage directly with the space. Laure Genillard has been seminal to the practices of several British artists, whose work first showcased at her gallery, including Catherine Yass, Fiona Banner, Martin Creed, Peter Doig, Gillian Wearing, Simon Starling as well as many artists from the Europe such as Maurizio Cattelan and Sylvie Fleury amongst others. Since early 2011, the gallery programme is run collaboratively with Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot.