Created in 1998, the Zlotowski Gallery has been dedicated since its beginnings to modern art and the avant-garde of the early twentieth century. In recent years, she has developed a growing interest in artists of the second half of the twentieth century. She became an international reference by contributing to the rediscovery of Le Corbusier's pictorial work, devoting a number of exhibitions to this multifaceted artist. In 2019, we lent several works to a major exhibition dedicated to purism on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, a building designed by Le Corbusier. In 2020, the gallery participated in an exhibition dedicated to Le Corbusier's drawings in Brussels.
The Gallery presented three exhibitions in 2021: Georges Valmier, Sonia Delaunay and Sheila Hicks. The latter, installed in France since the mid-1960s, has shown more than 40 "Minimes" (Weaving of small formats) made during the confinements and two installations specially designed for the Gallery. We frequently present exhibitions with catalogues, including those dedicated to Albert Gleizes, Amédée Ozenfant, Kurt Schwitters, Simon Hantaï, Jean Dubuffet, Joaquín Torres García, Stéphane Mandelbaum, François Morellet, Ella Bergmann-Michel and Robert Michel.
The Zlotowski Gallery is renowned for its high standards of quality
presented, for the rarity of the exhibits and for the publication of catalogues whose drafting is entrusted to the greatest specialists. Regularly participating in several international exhibitions such as FIAC, Art Basel or TEFAF, she counts among her clients many museums, to which she gladly lends her pieces on the occasion of major exhibitions. The gallery has sent several works by Robert Michel to the Musée des Arts in Nantes for an exhibition dedicated to Charlie Chaplin in October 2019 – February 2020. A work by Sophie Taeuber-Arp has been at the Kunstmuseum in Basel, the Tate Modern in London and the MoMa in New York for the important retrospective taking place in 2021-2022. Finally, the Gallery has loaned three works by Kurt Schwitters for an exhibition dedicated to Claude Simon, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1985, at the Museum of Modern Art in Collioure.