Suzanne Tarasieve, Loft 19
Loft 19 On September 2008, Suzanne Tarasiève opened a second space, Loft 19, a new and creative space located in the bustling Belleville district of northeast Paris.
On the inauguration, young English artist Neal Fox took over the venue conceived for all the forms of contemporary creation.
Loft 19 was created as an experimental space, diverging from the ambitions of the first gallery in the 13th district. Not only a gallery, Loft 19 is a laboratory of ideas.
Loft 19 is located in a small alleyway, Passage de lʼAtlas, where a Zen garden brings a bucolic feeling. Behind the red brick walls a building (1933), Loft 19 is in a spacious location where Picasso ceramics and furniture by Victor Prouvé once were stored.
Passage de l’Atlas
5, villa Marcel Lods
T. 01 45 86 02 02
Tuesday – Saturday, 11 AM – 7 PM