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Charlotte Ketabi-Lebard and Paul Bourdet are proud to announce the creation of Ketabi Bourdet, the fruit of the merger of Ketabi Projects and Paul Bourdet Fine Furniture.


Ketabi Bourdet will be divided into two branches:

Ketabi Bourdet Contemporary
Which will pursue the activities of Ketabi Projects, that is to say the promotion and representation of contemporary artists (Ines Longevial, Idir Davaine, Audrey Guttman, Julien Saudubray ... among others).

Ketabi Bourdet Design
Which will promote, in the line of Paul Bourdet Fine Furniture, French and international 1980s and 90s design (Philippe Starck, Martin Szekely, Jean-Michel Wilmotte, Robert Wilson...) while simultaneously showing contemporary designers.


This partnership takes place in a context where art and design are considered more and more complementary, involving the same museums, critics, journalists and collectors. Both passionate about contemporary art and design, Charlotte Ketabi-Lebard and Paul Bourdet bring together their respective specialties, experience and individual reputations, defining a program of personal and group exhibitions of artists and designers, which will highlight the creation of their era as a whole.


Ketabi Bourdet is located in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, the historic district of art and furniture galleries, with two addresses: the main gallery at 22, passage Dauphine, where all exhibitions will take place, and a showroom on appointment at 19, rue Guénégaud.


At a time when many major international galleries are opening a Parisian branch, when a whole new generation of galleries is emerging, and the most prestigious contemporary art and design fairs are being held in Paris, Ketabi Bourdet's aim is to contribute to the influence of France, whose place within the international art market continues to grow, in a Paris that is more dynamic than ever.