Bailly Gallery – Modern and Postwar Art
BAILLY GALLERY PRESENTATION
In 1977 Galerie Bailly opened its doors at 25 Quai Voltaire in Paris 7th arrondissement, the prestigious art district facing the Louvre. Continuing the family tradition, 30 years later Charly and Hanna Bailly, founded Bailly Gallery 10 rue de l’Hotel de Ville in Geneva, Switzerland.
Bailly Gallery focuses on modern and post-war art, offering a meticulously selected collection of paintings, sculptures and works on paper of the highest quality. The gallery’s vast stock consists of art works by some of the greatest masters dating from the 19th to the 21st century, such as Henri Matisse, Alexander Calder, Serge Poliakoff, Pablo Picasso, Sam Francis, Marc Chagall, Kees Van Dongen, Francis Picabia, Auguste Rodin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva among other.
In July 2019, the gallery opened two new spaces on the prestigious parisian Rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré, a new gallery at number 114.
Beyond the exhibition program, the gallery engages in a broad spectrum of activities including the publication of catalogues, art advisory, loans to museums and foundations worldwide, as well as the participation in international art fairs such as TEFAF Maastricht, BRAFA, Art Genève, Miami Design/Basel, Masterpiece London among other.
We prides ourselves in presenting works of the finest quality and helping create important collections to both to institutions and private collectors worldwide.