Hervé Loevenbruck and Stéphane Corréard opened in February 2019 an exhibition space at 15 rue des Beaux-Arts, in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, between the Hôtel and the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts. Called Loeve&Co, this gallery is dedicated to French or foreign artists to be rediscovered, and proposes about ten exhibitions per year, around creators, groups, movements or historical moments.
They opened a second space in 2020, dedicated to the Love&Collect programme, initiated during the first confinement, proposing works at friendly prices around weekly themes. To illustrate this programme, the Love&Collect art history shop at 8 rue des Beaux-Arts was created.
Three years after the opening of their gallery in Saint-Germain- des-Prés, Hervé Loevenbruck and Stéphane Corréard opened a new exhibition space in the Marais in April 2022. This double location in Paris aims to amplify their action of rediscovering major artists of the past century, in a resolutely contemporary perspective.
Reflecting the opening of the Centre Pompidou (45 years ago, with the first retrospective of Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) in France), the inaugural exhibition was devoted to a new subject: the links between the work of the most influential artist of the 20th century and that of the cult artist and designer Bruno Munari (1907-1998).
The Loeve&Co gallery is present at leading national fairs: Salon du Dessin 2021 and 2022, Asia NOW 2022, and BAD+ 2022, 2023.
At the same time, Hervé Loevenbruck and Stéphane Corréard are expanding the international audience for their projects to rediscover undervalued artists of the past, notably by presenting amply documented monographs at leading fairs: Frieze Masters London (Key Hiraga, 2018, Leonor Fini, 2022), Frieze New York (Roland Dorcély, 2019), 1-54 London (Roland Dorcély, 2022), ART- SG (Key Hiraga, 2023).
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