Committed alongside young talents and acknowledged artists, Loo & Lou Gallery opened in June 2015 with two exhibition spaces: one in the Haut-Marais area and one near the Champs Elysées, Avenue Georges V in Paris, France. These spaces give Loo & Loo Gallery the perfect opportunity to confront different visions and offer a variety of experimental approaches of art, inviting a certain flexibility in developing conversations between the audience, artists, and independent curators.
In 2017, the gallery opened a space adjacent to the Haut-Marais one called “The Atelier.” This gallery gives a second life to past exhibitions and artworks, and complements the current exhibition (performances, “works in progress”). It is also a space dedicated to young artists.
Loo & Lou Gallery spreads out its activity through an artistic direction open to every medium and is nourished by various aspirations. Its program finds cohesiveness in the choice of its artists, who are focused on the exploration of the living and are inspired by the nature, often led by reflections on the exploration of life, the body, and portraits. In 2018, a new addition was added to the program, the “Carte Blanche,” which is offered to independent curators to open up a dialogue and discover new approaches, as well as new artists.