Mark Hachem gallery

GALLERY STATEMENT

In 1996, Mark Hachem opened his first Contemporary Art gallery in the heart of Le Marais. A second gallery followed 11 years later, when Mark Hachem inaugurated his Madison Avenue location in New York.

The latest addition of Mark Hachem Gallery opened in June 2010 in Beirut focused on the Middle Eastern Artists such as Helen Khal, Hussein Madi, Fatima El Hajj, Ahmad Moualla and Hamed Abdalla.

Over the past two decades, the gallery has captured prestigious artists and instantly distinguished itself from other Parisian galleries by its interest in Kinetic Art. Mark Hachem has exhibited prestigious artists of the Op Art movement, such as Vaserely, Jesus- Rafael Soto, Cruz Diez, Antonio Asis, Dario Perez Flores and Cesar Andrade.

However, Mark Hachem’s passion for art spans a wide array of currents and styles.
The gallery has shown Cubist and Neo- Expressionist works, and art from Ecole de Nice, amongst others. Notable artists whose works have been on show at the gallery include Pablo Picasso, Arman, Cesar, Christo, Polles, Fernando Botero, Roberto Matta, Wifredo Lam, Philippe Hiquily and Marino Di Teana.

An ardent defender of Contemporary Art, Mark Hachem is also an advisor to public institutions and private collectors. He is a member of the French Association of art galleries. Mark Hachem Gallery has not only exhibited but helped launch many contemporary artists, both Middle Eastern and International, like Hussein Madi, Ghazi Baker, Nedim Kufi, Nazar Yahya, Sara Shamma, Zeina Assi, George Merheb, Charles Khoury, Raffi Yedalian, Paul Gossian, Bastiani, Stiller, Yves Hayat, Victor Ekpuk, Thomas Agrinier, Mathias Schmidt, Stephen Peirce, Shawn Smith, and many others.

ARTISTS

Hamed Abdalla
Ben Abounassif
Franco Adami
César Andrade
Antonio Asis
Zena Assi
Carlos Augustin
Dia Azzawi
Ghazi Baker
Rafael Barrios
Michelangelo Bastiani
BOLDI
Chaouki Chamoun
James Chedburn
Carlos Cruz-Diez
Marino Di Teana
Fatima El Hajj
Claude Gilli
Paul Guiragossian
Philippe Hiquily
Elie Kanaan
Helen Khal
Alois Kronschlaeger
Nedim Kufi
Wifredo Lam
Julio LeParc
José Margulis
Hussein Madi
Roberto Matta
Ahmad Moualla
Stephen Peirce
Dario Perez-Flores
Pollès
Mathias Schmied
Leila Shawa
Shawn Smith
Wolfgang Stiller
Gregorio Vardanega
Victor Vasarely
WARINSKO

Premises

LEBANON : Capital Gardens, Salloum Street, Mina El Hosn
Beirut, Lebanon
Tel: + 961 1 999 313
Email: beirut@markhachem.com

PARIS : 44 rue des Tournelles, 75004
Paris, France
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 76 94 93
Email: paris@markhachem.com

Opening Hours

Paris: everyday 10:30 – 20:00
Beirut: Monday to Saturday 10:30- 19:30

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