Created in 1994 by Gilles Dyan, Opera Gallery has become over the years an important network of art galleries around the world. Opera Gallery is one of the main players in the European, American and Asian Modern and Contemporary Art market, whose works are part of some of the most prestigious private and public collections. The group has 13 galleries in New York, Miami, Bal Harbour, Aspen, London, Paris, Monaco, Geneva, Dubai, Beirut, Hong Kong, Singapore and Seoul.


In March 2015, the Paris gallery moved to the heart of the Golden Triangle, a few steps away from the Elysée Palace. Collections, new thematic or monographic exhibitions are spread over 1000 m2 and on two levels in this exceptional place: headquarters of the perfume house Roger & Gallet in 1932, the whole of Paris was rushing to discover the automatons animating the windows as well as the original collaborations with the artists Mucha, Fabiano or Méheut. In 1991, this Art Deco-style building became one of the top fashion venues thanks to the pioneering genius of Gianni Versace, who made it the first flagship of its kind. Today, Opera Gallery is giving new life and impetus to this unique space while respecting its history, making it the French showcase for its Modern and Contemporary Art collections.

Opera Gallery brings together a prestigious international collection of works by masters from the Impressionists to American Pop Art, post-war abstraction and free figuration. The artists Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Alexander Calder, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Hans Hartung and Pierre Soulages are exhibited. The group also defends contemporary artists from around the world, emerging or established, such as Fernando Botero, André Brasilier, Manolo Valdés, Georg Baselitz, Andy Denzler, offering a diversity of media and artistic approaches.

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