Karine and Virginie have carried on the family business started by their parents, specialising in artists' creations and collector's items from the 20th and 21st centuries, all on show in the Gallery.
Just a stone's throw away, they have opened Maison Glustin, a new space that unfolds across 1,000 m2 and is dedicated to exhibiting a wide variety of works.
The two sisters wanted to preserve the Gallery’s human touch, and personally welcome architects and designers by appointment.
The Gallery speaks above all to a sensitive clientele of art lovers, looking to acquire unique pieces signed by prestigious artists.
Passionate about all aspects of creation, Karine and Virginie have signed collaborations with artists and craftspeople who produce unique pieces or series limited to 12 pieces, as well as tailor-made productions, which sets them apart from mass-scale productions.
Constantly in search of rare pieces from the 20th century, Karine and Virginie are currently showing a Zaha Hadid sofa, a steel shelf by Vittorio Introini 1970, a pair of Gianfranco Frattini 1960 armchairs, an Aubusson tapestry by Jean Picart Le Doux 1902-1982, a sculpture by Milosevic (1939-2014) and a multiplicity of unique works.
The website was designed to make it simple for clients to select works and creations from the catalogue without coming in, although, according to them, a visit is more an enchanted escape than anything else, the magic of the premises being simply irreplaceable.
We also provide an à la carte transport service so that the works can be transported anywhere in the world, by the best specialists.