Galerie Zlotowski


Galerie Zlotowski
20 rue de Seine, 75006, Paris
Galerie Zlotowski

Galerie Zlotowski specialises in the avant-gardes of the 20th century, following two parallel but complementary paths. Firstly, frequent showings of such major modernists as Sonia Delaunay, Jean Dubuffet, Simon Hantaï, Fernand Léger, Kurt Schwitters, Amédée Ozenfant and Georges Valmier via its exhibitions, numerous catalogues and art fair stands. In this respect it has contributed to the recognition of the visual oeuvre of the Gallery's key artist, the multitalented Le Corbusier. In the spring of 2022 the Gallery proposed its seventh exhibition of his work, focusing on drawings and collages from the 1950s and including loans from la Fondation Le Corbusier.
Alongside these great Moderns, the Gallery regularly proposes the rediscovery of lesser-known artists like Ella Bergmann-Michel, Robert Michel, Stéphane Mandelbaum and Eugene J. Martin. In the autumn of 2022, an exhibition devoted to the Romanian-born abstractionist Pic Adrian focused on paintings from the 1960s. And in spring 2023, the gallery will be presenting the first solo exhibition in France by African-American artist Eugene J. Martin. The catalogue accompanying the exhibition will be the first in a new collaboration with Éditions Martin de Halleux, providing our publications with improved distribution and visibility.
A presence at the major international art fairs, including Art Basel and TEFAF, the Gallery defends cutting-edge, previously unshown works reflecting its personal vision and convictions. It counts among its clients numerous museums, and is a willing lender to major exhibitions. In the autumn of 2022, the Gallery lent several drawings by Sonia Delaunay to the Kunstmuseen in Krefeld for the exhibition Maison Sonia, which will go on to feature at the Bard Graduate Center in New York in the autumn of 2023. The Gallery was also a contributor to Stéphane Mandelbaum's extensive solo exhibition at the MMK in Frankfurt in spring 2022. This exhibition will travel to the Drawing Center in New York in the fall of 2023 and the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid in 2024.


  • Ella Bergmann-Michel
  • Pierrette Bloch
  • Sonia Delaunay
  • Jean Dubuffet
  • Albert Gleizes
  • Simon Hantaï
  • Hans Hartung
  • Sheila Hicks
  • Auguste Herbin
  • Le Corbusier
  • Fernand Léger
  • Sol LeWitt
  • Stéphane Mandelbaum
  • Eugene James Martin
  • Robert Michel
  • Vera Molnár
  • François Morellet
  • Robert Motherwell
  • Amédée Ozenfant
  • Serge Poliakoff
  • Kurt Schwitters
  • Antoni Tàpies
  • Joaquín Torres García
  • Georges Valmier