An exhibition of recent Henri Matisse’s paintings to inaugurate Maeght’s newly acquired gallery in Paris took place in December 1945. From 1946, Bonnard, Braque, Marchand, Rouault, Baya have exhibited for the first time in the Parisian gallery. In 1956, Paule and Adrien Maeght opened their own gallery at 42, rue du Bac in Paris, with an exhibition by Alberto Giacometti . In 1964, Adrien Maeght created the ARTE printing house in Paris, since then all Maeght editions have been realized. With over 12,000 editions published, Maeght Publisher is recognized as the world’s largest editor
Today, the Maeght gallery and bookstore Maeght are run by Isabelle Maeght.
The exhibitions allow visitors and collectors to find the works of historical artists such as Miró, Calder, Braque, Matisse, Chagall, Tàpies, Chillida… and discover the works of Gasiorowski, Rebeyrolle, Monory, Del Re, Levy, Depin, Doerflinger, Couturier.