International contemporary art, Africa and diasporas
Our mission is to promote African contemporary art scenes through multidisciplinary exhibitions of emerging and established artists from the continent and its diasporas.
31 PROJECT is an entity designed on a flexible model, to react as closely as possible to current events: a vision that is deployed intermittently through a series of exhibitions in the space of the Charles Wesley Hourdé Gallery in Paris and in fairs.
The gallery space at 31 rue de Seine reopens its doors
this Saturday, November 28, 2020 at the usual times.
We are very happy to see you again!
EXHIBITION - ÌRÁNTÍ
Solo show : Kelani Abass
October 16th - December 9th, 2020
A solo show dedicated to Nigerian artist Kelani Abass.
Entitled Ìrántí, the exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue including an essay by the curator Valentine Umansky .
To discover in situ and online!
Forthcoming exhibition: SMALL
December 12-24th 2020
Small formats, small prices! A unique selection of artworks for Christmas. We will be exceptionally opened on Sunday 13 and 20th December.
With the artists: Kelani Abass, M'barka Amor, Fatoumata Diabaté, Hélène Jayet, Epheas Maposa, Georgina Maxim, Evans Tinashe Mutenga and Temitayo Ogunbiyi
BEHIND THE PROJECT - Charles-Wesley Hourdé & Clémence Houdart
Gallery owner Charles-Wesley Hourde, specialised in classical arts from Africa, Oceania and America, joins forces with Clémence Houdart, independent cultural sector consultant for visual arts, to create and develop a new independent branch of his business dedicated to contemporary art. Together, they found 31 project.
WHERE TO FIND US?
31 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris - France
The gallery is closed for the summer break. Re opening September 1st