La Maison rouge

la maison rouge, foundation antoine de galbert

Created on the initiative of Antoine de Galbert, a private art collector and active figure on the French art scene, la maison rouge is a registered foundation.

Its vocation is to promote the different facets of contemporary creation through temporary exhibitions. Over a thousand square metres of exhibition space are given over to artists and their work. La maison rouge gives independent commissioners full authority to explore the diversity of contemporary artistic experimentation and expression, often by way of major international private collections.

Through each of the experiences of art that it incites and initiates, the foundation aims to encourage multiple attitudes, practices and approaches to contemporary creation.


La maison rouge programmes three to six exhibitions a year in regular cycles from February to May, June to September and October to January.
Solo shows alternate with thematic shows alongside regular exhibitions of major international collections.

the patio

Juxtaposing the house and visible from the café terrace, the patio gives for young artists the possibility to present their work. Surrounded by glass walls but open to the sky, it questions how we relate to space, interior and exterior, and how we perceive time.

the vestibule

Always attentive and open to creations by young artists, Antoine de Galbert created this free-access space in 2006, showing new exhibitions every four to six weeks.

La Maison rouge Foundation
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10, bd. de la Bastille

75012 Paris

T. 01 40 01 08 81 — F. 01 40 01 08 83

Quai de la Rapée

Opening hours

Wednesday – Sunday, 11 AM – 7 PM
Late night on Thursday until 9 PM

Admission fee

Full rate €10.00 — Concessions €7.00

Accès gratuit sous conditions

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