The Vagabond Gallery is back!
For five days only, and with more events possibly to follow.
Tonight it opened with the usual suspects from 59 rue de Rivoli, plus a good crowd of friends and colleagues. The nomadic event is held in temporarily unused spaces in Paris and transformed for short-periods into a gallery. Terry Milgrom and Vincent Ange are the primary organizers, but it takes a village of artists to make it happen.
This one will be around until Sunday, with the finissage being Saturday night.
98 rue Doudeauville, 75018, Metro Château Rouge
Bruno Dumont sits underneath one of his paintings, with Suisse Marocain and Michel Vray, in the store-front section of the current Vagabond Gallery at 98 rue Doudeauville, Paris
The store-front Vagabond Gallery space at 98 rue Doudeauville contains works from Bruno Dumont, Etsuko Kobyashi, Suisse Marocain, Francesco10 and Sebastien Lecca
Artist Etsuko Kobyashi in front of Barbès-Pas Grave
Artist Emmanuel Flipo in front of the piece he made for the Vagabond Gallery
Michel Vray, neon-lit
La grande espace
Art installation, live music, beautiful solid stone walls...
love these lights, must get some...
L'Amour in front of Suisse's painting, C'est Pas Grave
Vincent Ange, a procurer of space and creator of the Vagabond Gallery
Le Suisse Marocain