Isabelle Gounod opened her first gallery in 2004. She moved to Le Marais in 2008 and expanded her space in 2011 with the "Studio" (showroom).
From the beginning, she has paid particular attention to the French scene, accompanying and representing the work of Michaële-Andréa SCHATT, Martin BRUNEAU and Jérémy LIRON and more recently, Jacqueline DAURIAC, Florent LAMOUROUX and Moussa SARR.
Particularly recognized for its support of the emerging scene, it represents Lenny RÉBÉRÉ, Pierre AGHAIKIAN, Audrey MATT AUBERT, Sophie KITCHING and Mikaël MONCHICOURT.
Since 2016 the gallery has also strengthened its position by representing artists from the international scene: Glen BAXTER (GB), Leslie SMITH III (US), Dan BRAULT (CA), Katharina ZIEMKE (DE) and Axel PAHLAVI (DE), Sam JACKSON (UK) and India LEIRE (UK).
In 2020, a first exhibition dedicated to Carolyn CARLSON initiates the gallery's commitment to the dissemination of the graphic and poetic work of the French-American dancer and choreographer.
The Isabelle Gounod Gallery has presented the first exhibitions of internationally recognized artists, Julien DES MONSTIERS (2008), Claire TABOURET (2010, 2012 and 2013), Thomas LÉVY-LASNE (2013) and Maude MARIS (2013, 2015 and 2017).
The artists' works are present in numerous public and private collections: Musée National d'Art Moderne / Centre Pompidou (Paris), MoMA (N.Y.C.), LACMA (L.A. ), CNAP, Fonds Municipal d'Art Contemporain de la ville de Paris, FRAC AUVERGNE, FRAC PACA, FRAC Haute-Normandie, FRAC Basse-Normandie, Musée Paul-Dini (Villefranche-sur-Saône), Le musée de l'Immigration, Collection du cabinet des Dessins Jean Bonna, Collection EMERIGE, Collection Société Générale, Fonds de dotation Bredin Prat, Fondation Salomon, Collection Florence et Daniel Guerlain, Collection François Pinault...
Member of the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d'Art since 2010, Isabelle Gounod has also been invited to represent the CPGA in several commissions of the Cnap - Centre National des Arts Plastiques. Member of the Board of Directors of Cnap from 2019 to 2022.
Member of the association PGMAP since 2020.