Daniel Templon founded his gallery in 1966 in Paris, at just 21 years of age. At the time, Templon was one of the French pioneers of contemporary art. Many artists, who now form part of the history of art, have been represented by the gallery : Boltanski, Buren, de Kooning, Cucchi and Warhol, among others. Daniel Templon has always been very influential in the world of art in France, notably through his magazine Art Press and his association of collectors ADIAF. In 2013, at the age of 68, the Parisian gallery owner decided to open a new space near rue Louise in the Belgian capital. Today, the gallery is still true to its principles, representing thirty or so international artists. The programme is designed to promote a dialogue between different generations : established artists of “classic” contemporary art, international artists in mid-career, and experiences of younger artists.
Jean-Michel Alberola - 'Exposition de Groupe'
Devenir Groupe, (détail), 2011, mur peint