YellowKorner: French art gallery expanding in America

Alexandre de Metz and Paul-Antoine Briat share the same ambition: to democratize photography and make it accessible to everyone. This common passion led two French art and entrepreneurship enthusiasts to create YellowKorner, an art gallery for a new generation of collectors.

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Alexandre de Metz and Paul-Antoine Briat share the same ambition: to democratize photography and make it accessible to everyone. This common passion led two French art and entrepreneurship enthusiasts to create YellowKorner, an art gallery for a new generation of collectors.

With 80 galleries around the world, including 3 in the United States (Boston-Burlington, New Jersey-Short Hills and Newport Beach), these galleries exhibit and market art photography, the majority of which are limited editions, numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Above all, their photography publisher aims to become a link between the public and artists.
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The YellowKorner concept comes from a very simple equation: increasing the number of copies of an art photograph makes it accessible to more amateurs and collectors. Thus, instead of proposing 10 prints at 5,000 dollars, YellowKorner chooses to publish 1,000 at 50 dollars. Consequently, the galleries have become the leading editor of affordable art photographs.

In a recent visit to the Boston-Burlington gallery, Joseph Peteul, gallery manager, told Consul General, Fabien Frieschi about a fourth gallery that is set to open this January in Boca Raton, Florida. In addition, Mr. Peteul talked about Metz & Briat’s future projects to establish galleries in more American cities, including New York, Los Angeles and San Diego.

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Consul General, Fabien Fieschi and Joseph Peteul


The Boston gallery is located at 75 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington MA 01803. For more information, they can be reached at (781) 272-2549 or through their website: http://www.yellowkorner.com/

Dernière modification : 13/12/2013

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