Parisian gallerist Almine Rech has gained a name for herself as a risk taker, becoming successful through her dedication to and eye for art. Rech first established this reputation on the male dominated Parisian art scene, opening her first gallery with a light installation by previously unknown artist James Turrell. Despite gaining success in Paris, Rech took a further gamble by uprooting her family to Brussels, where she opened a second gallery in 2007. Alongside works by more established artists, the Brussels gallery also shows works by young artists, demonstrating Rech’s personal approach to discovering new talent. In particular, the gallery has carved a niche for itself as being one of the best in Brussels for minimal and conceptual art.
Almine Rech Gallery, Rue de l’Abbaye 20, Brussels, Belgium +32 2 648 56 84