Building on her early years as an antique dealer as well as an auctioneer, and driven by her lifelong passion for decorative arts, Marie-Bérangère Gosserez founded in 2010 a contemporary design gallery. Having an eye for esthetics, she identifies and discovers singular talents with a particular vision.
At a crossroads between art, design and sculpture, Galerie Gosserez exhibits the works of artists and designers who challenge, question and stretch the boundaries of shapes, textures and materials. Those rare pieces of contemporary furniture, sometimes practical and serviceable, sometimes sculptural and expressive, are always intended for an international clientele. Rubbing shoulders with fine craftsmanship, these unique or limited edition pieces highlight and foster excellence in art and craft.
With great attention to detail and foolproof accuracy, Galerie Gosserez also supports the elaboration of special projects and bespoke designs for collectors and interior architects on the lookout for a unique art-de-vivre.
In 2023, she inaugurates her second Parisian exhibition venue: Le point G by Galerie Gosserez, a space for the dialogue between the arts and design. This new gallery is intended to be a place of multidisciplinary exchange, where the decorative arts interact with other forms of artistic expression such as photography, drawing, contemporary art, antiques, and much more.
Galerie Gosserez won twice the International prize of Best Contemporary Design piece at PAD London in 2013 and 2017.
Several designers of the gallery have also entered the collections of French national and international institutions such as:
– Mobilier National - The French Government Furniture Collections (Valentin Loellmann, Vincent Poujardieu, Lukas Cober, Diane de Kergal et Pierre Lapeyronnie)
– The French Embassy in the United States - La Villa Albertine in New York (Vincent Poujardieu)
– The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris (Roxane Lahidji)
– The British Royal Collection (Vincent Poujardieu)
Photo Credit: Ludovic Maisant