Founded in 1999 by Sabine Vazieux, the gallery is specialized in postwar Western and Asian abstract painting. In 2018, the gallery space has moved to rue du Louvre – nearby the Pinault Collection and Louvre Museum.
Sabine Vazieux now exhibits the work of Asian historical artists, as well as contemporary artists, whom she has encountered around the world. Convinced that ties between galleries and institutions strengthen the shared goal of familiarising the general public and collectors with artists’ works, Sabine Vazieux is also an exhibition curator. She organised, amongst others, the exhibition ‘From China to Taiwan’ in the Musée d’Ixelles (Belgium) in 2017, and more recently the exhibition ‘Landscape of the Soul’ at the Asian Art Museum in Nice (France) in 2021.
The gallery also participates in European and Asian art fairs (Art Basel Hong Kong, Taipei Dangdai, KIAF Seoul, Art SG, Art Paris Art Fair…).
The uncompromising artistic discernment have enabled Galerie Vazieux to introduce the works of major artists into the collections of international museums, such as those of the Centre Pompidou.