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kamel mennour

1 - 2017 - façade 47 - Photo. Julie Joubert.jpg
1 - 2016 - Matignon vide - Photo. Julie Joubert.jpg
1 - 2017 - façade 47 - Photo. Julie Joubert.jpg
1 - 2016 - Matignon vide - Photo. Julie Joubert.jpg
Since 1999, Kamel Mennour presents in his four Parisian galleries (47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, 5&6 rue du Pont de Lodi and 28 Avenue Matignon) the works of 40 contemporary artists who are internationally recognized. Through exhibitions, biennales, fairs all over the world and the publication of catalogues, kamel mennour presents, supports and defends the work of artists such as Mohamed Bourouissa, Daniel Buren, Petrit Halilaj, Camille Henrot, Anish Kapoor, Tadashi Kawamata, Alicja Kwade, Bertrand Lavier, Lee Ufan, François Morellet, Ugo Rondinone. Since 2014, he pursuies a philanthropic commitment to the Imagine Institute by organizing charity auctions. He was nominated the most respected European art dealer by artnet in 2015 and listed in the 50 most influential French people in the world in 2017, by the Vanity Fair. In 2019, Kamel Mennour celebrated the 20th anniversary of the gallery. From April to November 2022, two artists of the gallery are representing national pavilions during the 59th Venice Biennale: Latifa Echakhch for Switzerland and Zineb Sedira for France.


  • Neïl Beloufa (born in 1985 in Paris)
  • Hicham Berrada (born in 1986 in Casablanca, Morocco)
  • Mohamed Bourouissa (born in 1978 in Blida, Algeria)
  • Marie Bovo (born in 1967 in Alicante, Spain)
  • Daniel Buren (born in 1938 in Boulogne-Billancourt)
  • Pier Paolo Calzolari (born in 1940 in Bologna, Italy)
  • Valentin Carron (born in 1977 in Martigny, Switzerland)
  • Ymane Chabi-Gara (born in 1986 in Paris)
  • Latifa Echakhch (born in 1974 in El Khnansa, Morocco)
  • Liam Everett (born in 1973 in Rochester, New York, USA)
  • Michel François (born in 1956 in Sint-Truiden, Belgium)
  • Alberto García-Alix (born in 1956 in Leon, Spain)
  • Alberto Giacometti (born in 1901 in Borgonovo, Switzerland and died in 1966 in Chur, Switzerland)
  • Douglas Gordon (born in 1966 in Glasgow, Scotland)
  • Petrit Halilaj (born in 1986 in Kostërrc, Skenderaj-Kosovo)
  • Camille Henrot (born in 1978 in Paris)
  • David Hominal (born in 1976 in Evian)
  • Huang Yong Ping (born in 1954 in Xiamen, China and died in 2019 in Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
  • Alfredo Jaar (born in 1956 in Santiago, Chile)
  • Cameron Jamie (born in 1969 in Los Angeles, USA)
  • Ann Veronica Janssens (born in 1956 in Folkestone, England)
  • Anish Kapoor (born in 1954 in Bombay, India)
  • Tadashi Kawamata (born in 1953 in Hokkaido, Japan)
  • Alicja Kwade (born in 1979 in Katowice, Poland)
  • Bertrand Lavier (born in 1949 in Châtillon-sur-Seine)
  • Matthew Lutz-Kinoy (born in 1984 in New York, USA)
  • The estate of Maryan (born in 1927 in Nowy Sacz, Poland and died in 1977 in New York)
  • Pierre Molinier (born in 1900 in Agen and died in 1976 in Bordeaux)
  • François Morellet (born in 1926 in Cholet and died in 2016 in Cholet)
  • Christodoulos Panayiotou (born in 1978 in Limassol, Cyprus)
  • Gina Pane (born in 1939 in Biarritz and died in 1990 in Paris)
  • Martin Parr (born in 1952 in Epsom, Surrey, UK)
  • Philippe Parreno (born in 1964 in Oran, Algeria)
  • Martial Raysse (born in 1936 in Golfe-Juan)
  • Robin Rhode (born in 1976 in Cape Town, South Africa)
  • Ugo Rondinone (born in 1964 in Brunnen, Switzerland)
  • Zineb Sedira (born in 1963 in Paris)
  • Lee Ufan (born in 1936 in Haman-gun, Korea)
  • Shen Yuan (born in 1959 in Xianyou, China)