Situated at the same address Louis Carre founded in 1938, the Louis Carre gallery is located 10, avenue de Messine, Paris 8. Known for representing and exhibiting modern masters : Calder, Léger, Robert Delaunay, Kupka and Picasso, Louis Carré also showed the work of Bazaine, Estève, Lapicque and Villon.
Since 1978, the gallery has been operated by Patrick Bongers, grandson of the founder. The gallery has presented the work of Geer van Velde, Hajdu, Poliakoff, Chaissac, Bury and Debré who is now represented by the gallery. Since 1987, the gallery has been focused on a more contemporary orientation, exhibiting the work of Mark Brusse, Cueco, Hervé Di Rosa, Erró, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Télémaque. In 2005, the gallery displayed the works of the Cuban artist Kcho and of the Swiss artist Thomas Huber. In 2012, François Boisrond joined the artists supported by the gallery.
Eduardo Arroyo ; François Boisrond ; Mark Brusse ; Gaston Chaissac ; Henri Cueco ; Olivier Debré ; Hervé Di Rosa ; Erró ; Étienne Hajdu ; Thomas Huber ; Kcho ; Jean-Jacques Lebel ; Hervé Télémaque ; Wang Yan Cheng