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December 2023 - Private Visit to a Black-owned Art Gallery

Our Latest Service - A Private Visit to a Black-owned Art Gallery

We are pleased to announce a new service to be provided by our long-time colleague, Laurence Choko.

Laurence Choko at Galerie Intemporel

Laurence opened Galerie Intemporel (Timeless Gallery) in Paris in 1982. We first heard of her and her gallery when our own Monique Y. Wells began the fundraising effort for Beauford Delaney’s tombstone in 2010.

In getting to know her, we discovered her fervor for promoting African and African diaspora artists.

Laurence recently moved Galerie Intemporel from its commercial space near the Centre Pompidou to a private location.  She is pleased to welcome Entrée to Black Paris clients to the gallery for private visits to view fine art paintings, sculpture, and photography by artists such as Henri Guédon, Arturo Montoto, and Frank Stewart.

To reserve a private visit, contact paris@entreetoblackparis.com.

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Philadelphia Inquirer Article

Our own Monique Y. Wells was interviewed for a feature that appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Tuesday, December 12.

Click here to access the article!  https://www.inquirer.com/life/philadelphia-women-move-paris-20231212.html

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