GALERIE JEAN-FRANÇOIS CAZEAU
After working for over twenty years with his uncle Philippe, one of the greatest Impressionist and Modern Art dealers of his generation, Jean-François Cazeau opened his gallery in September 2009 in the heart of the Marais district of Paris, rue Sainte Anastase, a few steps away from the Picasso Museum. Jean-François Cazeau uses his knowledgeable expertise and advice on Impressionist and Modern Art in keeping with a family tradition, whilst also paying close attention to the transformations of his era and being involved in the Contemporary Art Market. This dual ambition has made the gallery a major actor of the French and international art scenes. The hanging presentations of the gallery often attempt to create bridges between diﬀerent artistic movements, in a variety of techniques, and across the twentieth century. In recent years the gallery has presented varied and exceptionally well-thought-out exhibitions to shine some light on artists whose place in art history is essential, but that have not yet experienced the same amount of visibility as some of their contemporaries. From Auguste Herbin’s geometrical
abstraction, to Afro Basaldella’s ﬁrst dedicated exhibition in France, the gallery has curated strong exhibitions, providing its visitors with thought-provoking presentations, and historical
insights. The gallery participated at PAD Paris and PAD London fairs, BRAFA in Brussels, Art Monte-Carlo and Art Geneva. He is a member of the "Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art"