Basel 2017
Miami Beach 2017

Campoli Presti
The gallery was founded in 2003 in Sutton Lane, London and moved to Cambridge Heath Road in 2011. A permanent space in Paris was established in 2007 located in the historical Hôtel de Lagrange built in 1731. In October 2016 Campoli Presti, Paris inaugurated an additional space in the same building. The artists often present concurrent exhibitions in London and Paris, building a narrative across the two locations of the gallery. Campoli Presti has shaped a sharp and specific program, creating a singular context and discourse for its artists’ practices. Campoli Presti first introduced a generation of artists previously unknown in Europe, cultivating their early exposure and establishing critical and institutional representation. The gallery activates a concurrent dialogue around the conventions of pictorial, sculptural, performative and photographic representation. While exploring the historical and material condition of their medium, the artists share an ongoing critical engagement with modes of display, notions of authorship, the economy of the digital and the body as ground of experience. The gallery bridges contemporary artists’ practices with historical figures who share mutual concerns by initiating exhibitions with artists such as Martin Barré (2005), Marcel Broodthaers (2008 / 2012) and the recent representation of Christian Bonnefoi.