10 of Strasbourg's Top Art Galleries

At the crossroads of Europe, Strasbourg enjoys a vibrant cultural scene, which translates into a rich choice of museums and art galleries to visit. Here’s our pick of local spots to expand your artscape and discover new favourites.

Galerie Jungmann

Created in 1990 when it specialised in 18th century furniture, Galerie Jungmann extends its interest to the whole of the 20th century; from Art Deco to design of the 80s, and to the present day. The association of these different movements offers a modern and particular vision.

Galerie Jungmann, 5 Quai Finkmatt, Strasbourg, France +33 6 09 81 11 82

Galerie Jean-François Kaiser

Jean-François Kaiser takes you on a journey of discovery to meet young emerging talents and experienced artists. A constant presence in the main art fairs like Art Karlsruhe, Art Basel and Art Cologne, the gallerist doesn’t shy away from taking risks to nurture and unveil the new talent of tomorrow.

Galerie Jean-FranÁois Kaiser, 6 Rue des Charpentiers, Strasbourg, France +33 3 88 36 64 18

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Christope Tailleur

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In a great location in the historic heart of Strasbourg near the Cathedral, gallerist and arts premiers enthusiast Christophe Tailleur shares his passion; not just exhibiting and selling the work of the artists he represents but also acting as a true art patron. He supports the creative process with material means and artist’s residences to bring their talent before the public eye.
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Galerie Philippe Decorde

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La Galerie Philippe Decorde is located just a few steps away from the Modern Art Museum. With a wide variety of prints, photography and sculptures, there is a chance to find beautiful and exciting original art in small format – affordable to the beginner art collector.
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Yves Iffrig

Owner of one of the most respected contemporary art galleries in the city, collector Yves Iffrig opened his first space in 2004 and went from strength to strength. He follows the same artists for years, supporting their growth and exposure to the international market. His expertise is recognized and sought out by some of the main museums in the region.
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Galerie Bertrang Gillig

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Created in 2004, the Bertrand Gillig Contemporary Art Gallery – known as Espace G, is located just north of the old town, near the Parc du Contades. Art lover Gillig presents artists that work in all mediums and techniques, constantly bringing emerging talent to the spotlight. Themes that the gallery focuses on includes the relationship between art and architecture and between urban and natural landscapes.
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Galerie Chantal Bamberger

In an intimate setting on the first floor, just a few minutes’ walk from Place Kléber, Chantal Bamberger’s gallery is a space of sharing and discovery. Since 2005 she’s promoted a number of contemporary artists with a mission to make them accessible to expert collectors, but also welcoming beginner art enthusiasts.

Galerie Chantal Bamberger, 16 Rue du Vingt-Deux Novembre, Strasbourg, France +33 3 88 22 54 48


Contemporary photography takes center stage at Stimultania. From photojournalistic subjects to fine art prints, the gallery presents images that engage and even destabilise the viewer, demanding an investment in thought and emotion.

Stimultania, 33 Rue Kageneck, Strasbourg, France +33 3 88 23 63 11

La Chambre

La Chambre has a strong commitment to photography. The exhibitions center on the question of the role of the image, in its multiple forms, pushing its boundaries. The association mentors young French and international talent, helping them mount their first monographic exhibition and providing an extensive training program.

La Chambre, 4 Place d’Austerlitz, Strasbourg, France +33 3 88 36 65 38