Artistic innovators, whether they’re conceptual or experimental, depend on visionary entrepreneurs to bring their works to the public. One of those — L’Atelier Lacourière Frélaut — has been in business in Paris since 1929, but now is going through a rough spot, reports the Galerie Broutta.
L’Atelier has published books of etchings and other works by conceptual innovators Matisse, Dali, Picasso and experimental innovator Miro, among many others.
Construction in the Montmartre area has displaced it, reports the Galerie Broutta, which calls on people to help find a suitable new location. The gallery will display works of L’Atelier from Jan. 31 through March 10. (More information in French)