The Catherine Putman Gallery specializes in works on paper by contemporary artists: drawings, photographs and prints.
Located on the edge of the Marais in the Centre Pompidou district, the gallery is situated on the first floor, in a space that benefits from an intimate atmosphere adapted to the presentation of works on paper.
Directed for more than ten years by Éléonore Chatin, the gallery works regularly with its historical artists: Geneviève Asse, Pierre Buraglio, Georg Baselitz, Jean Messagier, Georges Noël, Sophie Ristelhueber, Georges Rousse, Agathe May and Bernard Moninot. It has also opened up to new collaborations with Rob Miles, Keita Mori, Carmen Perrin, Frédéric Poincelet, Frédéric Malette and Éloïse Van der Heyden.
The gallery also maintains its activity as an art publisher initiated by Jacques and Catherine Putman in the 1970s. The exhibitions, most often monographic, highlight single works as well as multiples. Since the opening of the gallery in 2005, more than 70 exhibitions of French and foreign artists have been held within its walls.