For its first three years of existence, Sans titre (2016) has been a nomadic gallery. Even as it remained nominally based in Paris, its projects traveled freely around the world (Marseille, Arles, Mexico, Los Angeles, etc.), always seeking atypical, non-‘white-cube’ spaces such as a hotel room, a lived-in or abandoned apartment, an industrial space, a shipyard, or a restaurant.
Now, Sans titre (2016) has opened a permanent address at 33 rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin in Paris’ 10th arrondissement, in another atypical space: a former caretaker’s cottage in a courtyard, facing the rear entrance of the Theatre Antoine.
As ever, Sans titre (2016) works to promote international artists in the early stages of their careers. Alongside organizing exhibitions, Sans titre (2016) creates events in connection with artists (dinners, performances, residencies, etc.), and publishes fanzines, catalogs, and artist editions.
While Sans titre (2016) has now settled at a fixed address, nomadism remains part of its DNA. The new space will host international galleries, project spaces, and visiting curators. Meanwhile, Sans titre (2016) will continue to pursue exhibitions in atypical spaces all over the world.
Sans titre (2016) is run by Marie Madec and Lucie Sotty.