5 bis rue du Louvre
Paris 75001


Founded in 1999 by Sabine Vazieux, the gallery specializes in Western and Asian post-war abstract painting. In 2018, the gallery moved to a new location on Rue du Louvre - a stone's throw from the Pinault Collection and the Louvre Museum.
Sabine Vazieux now exhibits historical Asian artists, as well as contemporary artists, whom she meets around the world. Convinced that bridges between galleries and institutions reinforce the common goal of making artists better known to the public and to collectors, she is also involved in curating exhibitions. Among others, she organized the exhibition "From China to Taiwan" at the Musée d'Ixelles in 2017 and more recently "Les Paysages de l'âme" at the Musée des Arts asiatiques de Nice in 2021.
The gallery is also present at European and Asian fairs (Art Basel Hong Kong, Taipei Dangdai, KIAF Seoul, Art SG...).
Thanks to its uncompromising artistic choices, Galerie Vazieux has had works by major artists included in the collections of international museums such as the Centre Pompidou.


Sarah Jérôme (Focus)