In Situ Gallery, Fabienne Leclerc

In Situ, created by Fabienne Leclerc in 2001, started by joining up with the galleries’ association of the Louise Weiss Street in the 13th urban district of Paris, after seven years in the 06th Saint Germain, in Paris, the gallery is about to open a new space in Le Marais in Sept-October 2013, with a new programmation focused on Outdoors projects.

In Situ, Fabienne Leclerc Gallery has the ambition to promote young artists in the French and the International art scene, as well as to support better known artists on the long run. So many artists of the Galerie des Archives, created by Fabienne Leclerc in 1989 and closed in 1998, continue to collaborate with In Situ Fabienne Leclerc Gallery : Gary Hill (USA), Mark Dion (USA), Patrick Corillon (Belgium), Patrick Van Caeckenbergh (Belgium), Lynne Cohen (USA), Andrea Blum (USA), Florence Paradeis (France).

From 2001, new artists, French or not, have joined up with the gallery: Bruno Perramant (France), Damien Deroubaix (France), Laurent Tixador (France), Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil (France), Joana Hadjithomas et Khalil Joreige (Lebanon), Subodh Gupta (India), Noritoshi Hirakawa (Japan), The Blue Noses (Russia), Patrick Tosani (France), Martin Dammann (Germany) , and since 2012 Meschac Gaba (Benin) and Marcel Van Eeden (Netherlands).

In Situ Fabienne Leclerc keeps working on showing, producing works for the gallery and for institutions/museums, editing catalogs and artist books titled, Around and About, Gary Hill (2001); Atlas des idéations (2005) and Atlas d’une cosmogonie (2006), Patrick Van Caeckenbergh ; Horizon moins 20, Laurent Tixador & Abraham Poincheval (2006); Fragment of Travel, Exploration and Adventure, Mark Dion (2007), Bird’s eye view, Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil (2008); World Downfall, Damien Deroubaix (co-edition 2008), Bruno Perramant (co-edition 2009).

In Situ Gallery, Fabienne Leclerc Gallery
Map Map
18 Montmartre Zoom in 18 Montmartre Zoom out

43, rue de la Commune de Paris

93230 Romainville

T. 01 53 79 06 12 — F. 01 53 79 06 19

La Chapelle

Opening hours

Thursday – Saturday, 11 AM – 7 PM

Venues nearby