Diotima Schuck
6 January 2023

At the beginning of 2023, the 193 Gallery announced the opening of a second exhibition space, opposite the first one, located near the Place de la République in Paris. A good news for Paris and its contemporary art scene.

Created in 2018, the 193 Gallery met with rapid success in the capital. A place for creation, meetings and exchanges, the gallery quickly established itself as an open and dynamic space. Its creator, César Levy, thus opened another temporary space in Venice for the duration of the Biennale. This third space—and second permanent one—will extend the exhibition space at 24 rue Béranger by 220 sqm, at the 21 of the same street.

Closed from 24 December to 6 January, the gallery will reopen on 7 January 2023 with its new exhibition, "Abstraction is Freedom". An opportunity to (re)discover its artists, as well as the new exhibition space, inaugurated the same day.