"It is the fascinating power of the artist to suggest, by his creations, that which inevitably escapes the eyes of the living." André Malraux.
Located in the historical heart of Paris, a few steps away from the Pompidou Center - National Museum of Modern Art, the gallery presents a selection of artworks that proposes to shift our gaze to the inner world.
Marked by the Far East, but open to all traditions, the gallery endeavors to promote promising young artists, who allow us to see, or foresee, that what precisely is not visible.
Gallery Metanoia opened it's doors in October of 2006 with a presentation of 'New Mandala' by painter and writer Jacques Brosse (1922-2008), prizewinner of the Académie Française award for his lifetime achievement in 1987. Since then the gallery has organized numerous exhibitions, both individual and collective.
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