The Scène Ouverte Gallery, founded by Laurence Bonnel, is excited to announce its new location in Beaupassage, a brand-new luxurious development devoted to gastronomy, lifestyle and culture in the elegant 7th arrondissement of Paris, just a stone’s throw away from the infamous Hôtel Lutetia. The gallery was originally located in the Paul Bert antique market at the very heart of the Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen (flea market).
The Scène Ouverte Gallery is an exceptional 100 metre-square space situated on the first floor of the Allénothèque, Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno’s new restaurant, allowing direct access to the gallery.
As its name illustrates so well, the gallery has been styled as an open space, accessible to everyone, where the realms of many world-renowned master artisans and creators come together in harmony, such as ceramists Célia Bertrand and William Coggin, and Jean Grisoni, a craftsman of metal designs.
In an elegant and unobtrusive fashion, Laurence Bonnel has always had her heart set on transmitting her passions, sparking amazing artistic encounters and discoveries. Designed like a New York loft, the Scène Ouverte Gallery is perfectly formed to allow a fluid movement when walking around the various works of art.