Exhibitor Main section 2022

ZIDOUN-BOSSUYT GALLERY

  • Luxembourg , Dubai , Paris
  • Booth C08

In 2013 Nordine Zidoun and Audrey Bossuyt joined forces to form a new gallery which reflects well their respective origins and experiences.

The focus of the gallery was upon Afro-American emerging artists. The gallery is known for having introduced some of the most influential Afro-American artists to Luxembourg at a time when they were still relatively unknown as for example Terry Adkins, Noel W. Anderson, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Titus Kaphar, Wangechi Mutu or Jeff Sonhouse.

In 2015, the gallery moved to an old townhouse -at 6 rue St-Ulric- in the historical Grund area of Luxembourg. The new art space allowed an expanded exhibition program and additional representation of a number of artists such as Danny Fox, Jayson Musson and Summer Wheat.

The gallery organizes 6 exhibitions and publishes 3 catalogs a year. Alongside its contemporary program the gallery holds one historical show every 2 years. The first one was dedicated to Jean-Michel Basquiat in May 2016. In September 2017 the gallery organized the first historical show of Jean Dubuffet in Luxembourg featuring more than 50 works of the artist. In January 2019 the gallery organized a Keith Haring show. These exhibitions were placed under the patronage of the Prime Minister and Minister of Culture of Luxembourg.

In March 2022 the gallery opened a new location in Dubai and will continue its expansion program in opening a third location in Paris in October 2022, with a focus upon Afro American and African emerging artists. These new art spaces will allow a reinforcing in the strong international positioning of the gallery in the art world and its willingness to put Luxembourg as an important location for the promotion of contemporary art on the European map.



  • Luxembourg

    6, Rue Saint-Ulric
    2651 Luxembourg
    Luxembourg

  • Dubai

    796, Jumeirah Street
    Umm Suqeim 2 Dubai
    United Arab Emirates

  • Paris

    51, rue de Seine
    75006 Paris
    France
+352 2629 6449