7 Quai St Etienne

Welcome to our Quai Saint Etienne gallery window works ! You can find hereunder the paintings and sculpture currently on view – scroll down to discover them all.

Lionel Tran

Bathaut Russe is a unique and original sculpture by contemporary artist Lionel Tran. The artist focuses his art practice on shipwreck, bringing us along in his journey for abandoned ships that were once ruling over the seas.

The sculpture measures 66 x 30 x 12 cm.

Price: Under 2 000€

What if the broken, torn, rusted boats on distorted scales echo the distant memory of the captain and at the end of the trip, there only remained a sculptural form carrying the stigmata of life? What if, on the contrary, we returned to the early departure? That of small boats, sailboats, liners on the open seas? Read more

Hirotoshi Ito

If you know the gallery already, you know Hirotoshi. Ito is one of the most emblematic artist of the gallery, one we have been exhibiting and promoting extensively for many years now. Not the easiest ones, yet definitely the most striking ones, his Laughing Stones have gained him international recognition. His unique stone sculptures have travelled far beyond their native Japan and met collectors all around the world. 

This one is his most recent Laughing stone. As always, it is a unique artwork made from natural stone, resin and zippers. It measures 8 x 5 x 8 cm – with a base of 8 x 8 x 10 cm. 

Price: 2 900€

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Lene Kilde

Painting brush perfectly represents Lene’s signatureMuch like Ito, Lene Kilde developed her very own universe, one that it is impossible to be indifferent about. Her one-of-a-kind whimsical sculptures reveal her desire to represent emotions using one universal language. Lene has chosen to draw her inspiration from children, as she considers their attitude to be the “purest form of emotion”.

Painting brush is a unique artwork made of wire, iron, mesh and concrete. It measures 66 x 75 x 35 cm.

Price: 3 850€

Lene Kilde is a Norwegian contemporary rising artist. Her works have been awarded and exhibited around the globe in private and public collections. Read more


Meet Edward, one of Nanan’s unique characters. Gaëlle Brienne, better known as Nanan Antifacto has been created a charming crowd of robot like characters for years now. Primarily interested in recycling art, Nanan uses old beam lights to turn them into head for his sculpture. The artist has come a long way since his first sculptures, shedding an urban light on recycled art.

Edward was born in 2019. He measures 33 x 14 x 17 cm.  

Price: 1 100€

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Laurence De Valmy

We all know these two iconic works by legendary artists Roy Lichtenstein and Hokusai, but do we really know the story behind the artworks? Laurence De Valmy is on a mission to uncover the secrets behind major artworks, revealing the creation process along with the artist’s doubts and thoughts. Using the Instagram Post look she recreates the conversations in our social media era. Did the drowning girl eventually call Brad or did she drown? Find out here.

Price: 2 600€

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French artist Amimono creates three dimensional artworks, subtly bringing together sculpture and painting at once. The artist likes to play on the shadows and light effects, resulting in a somehow interactive art piece. Amimono’s art would always trigger the viewer’s cherished memories and imagination. It almost feels like the artist brought our souvenirs to life, reminding us about a coffee terrasse in the heat of summer, the awaiting before a secret rendez-vous, … 

Price: 3 000€

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