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In 1996, Mark Hachem opened his first contemporary art gallery in Paris. In 2007, Mark Hachem inaugurated his location in New York then in Beirut (2010). Mark Hachem’s fourth gallery is located in the bustling Marais district of Paris.
Over the past two decades, the gallery has exposed prestigious artists, initially distinguishing itself from other Parisian galleries for its interest in Kinetic art. It is now the combination of Kinetic and Op Art with art using new techniques, as well as Eastern art, which represents the unique and revered style of the Galerie Mark Hachem.
The gallery takes part in prestigious contemporary art fairs around the world, such as: Beijing, Chicago, London, Paris, Maastricht, New York, Miami, Palm Beach, Shanghai, Moscow, Dubai, Singapore, New Delhi and Istanbul.
With more than 200 exhibitions to his credit, Mark Hachem Gallery has acquired a robust international reputation for its dynamism and professionalism. An ardent defender of contemporary art, Mark Hachem is also an adviser to public institutions and private collectors.

Exhibiting Artists


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Other Represented Artists

  • cesar andrade  (+)

    Exhibition : Expositions 1972 Salon Grands et Jeunes, Paris, France 1976 Art cinétique, New York, USA Symposium de Künste, Mannheim, Allemagne 1980 Huit Vénézuéliens, Paris, France Bienal del Dibujo, Tuzla, Yugoslavie 1981 Le Poète, le Peintre et le Musicien, Musée du Vieux Montmartre, Paris, France 1982 FIAC, Paris, France Art Europeen, Tokyo, Japon 1983 ARCO 83, Madrid, Espagne 1984 Le Cinetisme, Meymac, France 1985 ARCO 85, Madrid, Espagne Art Contemporain, Stockholm, Suède 1986 Exposition itinérante au Japon 1987 Nouveau Contraste, Musée de Barquisimeto, Lara, Venezuela 1988 Galerie El Patio, Brême, Allemagne 1989 Art vénézuélien, Toulouse, France 1990 Aspects, galerie Ruta Correa, Fribourg, Allemagne 1991 Puntigramas, Espace latino-americain, Paris, France 1992 Le Livre Unique, Galerie Caroline Corre, Paris, France 1993 Puntigramas, Espace latino-americain, Paris, France 1994 Miscelánea Arte, Picolo Formato, Avellino, Italie Andrade et Ugarte, Paris, France Musée MADI, Maubeuge, France 1995 Géométrie Virtuelle II, Maison des Artistes, Caracas, Venezuela 1996 Lumière et Mouvement, Galerie Denise René, Paris, France Œuvres récentes, Galerie Claude Dorval, Paris, France 1997 Salon Comparaisons, Grand Palais, Paris, France Galerie Olac, Lorient, France 1998 Art et Paix, Nanterre, France Salon latino, Galerie Nesles, Paris, France 1999 Puntigramas, Galerie Claude Dorval, Paris, France Galerie Denise René, Paris, France 2000 Art et paix, Nanterre, France Salon itinéraires, Levallois, France 2001 Hommage à Gaston Diehl, Salle Rotschild, Paris, France Ecole de Commerce, Brest, France Hommage à Gaston Diehl II, Ambassade du Venezuela, Paris, France Biennale de Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche, France 2002 Foire de Poiret, France Salon de Saint-Ouen, France Arte Venezuelien, Cloîtres des Billettes, Paris, France Salon d’Epinay, France Galerie Rafael Monasterios, UCLA, Venezuela 2003 Art Constuit, Galerie Struktura, Milano, Italie Salon Grands et Jeunes, Paris, Fra

  • Antonio ASIS  (+)

    Biography : Antonio Asis began studying art at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes when he was 14. Subsequently, at the Escuela de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón, he studied composition with Héctor Cartier, who encouraged the young artist to explore the many diverse applications of the principles of design and composition. The class was influential for Asis, as were the after-class conversations with his classmates, which continued at the Bar Splendid, a local café at the intersection of Ayacucho and la Avenida Las Heras in Buenos Aires. Throughout the 1940s, Asis explored abstraction and non-representational art; with the publication of Arturo magazine in 1944, and the creation of the Asociación Arte Concreto-Invención, Buenos Aires was an important site for the development of post-war abstraction. In the spring of 1956, Asis moved to Paris, like many of his colleagues and friends, where he quickly became part of an international circuit of kinetic artists; among others, he befriended Yaacob Agam, Nicolas Schöffer, Jesús-Rafael Soto, Jean Tinguely, and Victor Vasarely. Surrounded by this dynamic milieu, he began a series of work in which he considered how the phenomena of light could be mediated through photography. Shortly afterward, he began to study vibrations between colors and the many possibilities within monochromatic compositions. Like many of his rioplatense colleagues, Asis was deeply influenced by the ideas of Max Bill and Georges Vantongerloo, important artists and theorists of European abstraction. In 1971, Asis co-founded an artist group, Position, which included Carlos Agüero, Armando Durante, Hugo Demarco, and Horacio García Rossi, all Argentine artists living in Paris, and all interested in movement and the vibrations of light. Antonio Asis lives and works in Paris, France.

    Exhibition : SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO), Miami, FL, USA Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano (MACLA), La Plata, Argentina Museo de Arte Moderno Jesús Soto, Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende (MSSA), Santiago, Chile Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain Museo Nacional de Nicaragua, Managua, Nicaragua Museo Nacional Tres de Febrero (MUNTREF), Buenos Aires, Argentina The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), TX, USA


  • Michelangelo BASTIANI

  • Francesco Marino Di Teana

  • Philippe HIQUILY

  • Dario Perez Flores  (+)

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  • Daniel SAMPER

  • Mathias Schmied

    Biography : Mathias Schmied Né le 27 septembre 1976 à Berne, Suisse. Vit et travaille à Paris. 2002/2003 Post-diplôme à l’École des Beaux-Arts de Lyon – section Art 2000/2001 DNSEP (5ème année) à l’École des Beaux-Arts de Lyon – option Art avec mention du jury Expositions personnelles 2015 - Relativity , Galerie Estace, Paris 2013 - Retry Retry Retry, Galerie Estace, Paris 2011 – Solo show, Espace Mont-Blanc, Paris, France 2010 – Solid sound, Olivier Houg Galerie, Lyon, France 2009 – Le dessin évidem(m)ent, Espace d’art contemporain, Thonon-les-Bains, France - Doubt box, Galerie Handle with care, Crest (26), France 2008 – Drawing battle round 2, Mathias Schmied vs Nicolas Ledoux, Olivier Houg Galerie, Lyon, France 2007 – I hate the way I love, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York, USA 2006 – Institut français de Stuttgart, Allemagne (résidence de 3 mois) - Ideal crash test, Olivier Houg Galerie, Lyon, France 2005 – Amok, Galerie Basta, Lausanne, Suisse - Bitter than sweet, Bureau pour l’art contemporain d’Olivier Houg, Lyon, France 2004 – Maison des expositions, Genas, France 2002 - VersuS, avec Anthony Musso, Atelier 4 aux Subsistances, Lyon, France Expositions collectives 2012 – PROP / Vol.1, Olivier Houg Galerie, Lyon, France - Words and Dreams, Galerie Magda Danysz, Paris 2011 - Microwave 8, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York, USA - One shot/1, Lausanne, Suisse - Paris forever, 100ème exposition de la galerie Magda Danysz, Paris 2009 - Microwave 7, Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston, USA - Douanes : papiers, Olivier Houg Galerie, Lyon, France 2008 – Institut français de Stuttgart, Allemagne - Echange croisé entre des artistes plasticiens du Land Baden-Würthenberg et de la région Rhône-Alpes 2007 - Addicted on paper, Galerie Lelong, Zürich, Suisse - De leur temps II, Musée de Grenoble, France - Drawings and papers part II, Grusenmeyer art Gallery, Deurles, Belgique 2006 – This ain’t no karaoke, Galerie Haas & Fischer,

  • Son Seock

  • Shawn Smith

  • Jesus Rafael SOTO

  • Peirce Stephen  (+)

    Biography : A graduate of the Royal Academy Schools and winner of the Selina Genevière Foundation Travel Award in 2002, Stephen Peirce has exhibited at the Royal Academy of Art, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Sao Paulo, Santa Monica, London, Edinburgh, Basel, Leipzig, Paris... The paintings of Stephen Peirce describes unknown worlds of familiar elements but in the same time indefinable. Inspired by the writings of Ballard, Huxley and Murakami, the films of Tarkovsky, still life painting, astronomy and the concern of the scientific community about the future of the planet, Peirce imagines life in a post-apocalyptic chaos. From the waste of a post-human society, matter accumulates, develops and organises itself into new forms. Initiated in 2002, the demiurgic project of the artist shows works in which matter gradually becomes aware of its existence and of the increasingly complex forms it takes. The contrast of appearance - the simultaneously seductive and abject nature of the imagery - already so visible in the paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy in 2002, is very important to the artist. It is both an echo of our current relationship with the image and things in general, and the challenge of this ephemeral relationship based on sensational. Peirce invites us to discover the scene and its reverse. The seductive image and the rot it is composed of. But the artist does not stop with this ambiguity. In accumulating waste by organizing it, he leads to the illusion of another life. A life devoid of any humanity and which evolution he describes in all its aspects. In the tradition of the masters of the past, with a hyperrealistic - almost 3D - touch, Stephen Peirce paints a future that we do not want, warns us of its probable fatality and imagines its strange beauty. Virtuoso and enigmatic.

    Detailed Description : Biography Stephen PEIRCE Born Southampton, England, 1965 Education Royal Academy Schools 1999-2002 Winchester School of Art 1996-1999 Southampton Institute 1995-1996 Awards Selina Chenevière Fellowship, 2002 Marion and Steven Cox Award, 2001 Lina Garnade Memorial Trust Award, 1999 Solo Exhibitions Nascent states, Galerie Mark Hachem, octobre-novembre 2017 In Flux, Galerie Estace, Spinnerei, Leipzig, September 2013 Not to Scale, Galerie Estace, Paris, March/April 2013 Supernature, Galerie Estace, Paris, May/June 2011 Hot House, Galerie Estace, Paris, October 2009 New Paintings, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London, September 2009 Recent Paintings, Galerie Charlotte Norberg, Paris, March2006 New Work, Galeria Thomas Cohn, São Paulo, Brazil, 2004 Selina Chenevière Fellowship Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, 2003 Flourish, Gallery@Wrenn, Wellingborough, 2003 Selected group exhibitions Focus II ‘A Delicate Balance’, Galerie Estace, December 2015-January 2016 Organic V, Galerie Estace, Paris, February 2013 A-V(enir), Galerie Estace, Paris, September 2011 Organic IV, Galerie Estace, Paris, July 2011 Dessins 2011, Galerie Estace, Paris, March/April 2011 Organic III, Galerie Estace, Paris, July 2010 L’Art du 21ème Siècle, L’Oeil Neuf, Marly-le-Roi, Paris, May 2010 Dessins, Galerie Estace, Paris, April 2010 Five Years, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London, October 2009 Organic II, Galerie Estace, Paris, November 2008 Ode to Sartorial, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London, May 2008 Back to Front, RPM3:Beechwood, London, March 2008 Notting Heaven, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London, December 2007 Tenth Planet, Bermondsey, London, 2006 This is Not a Test, Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, USA, 2006 Nice to Meet You, Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, USA, 2005 The Last Chickens…, Glasgow International, Glasgow, 2005 Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2003, Manchester, London, 2003 Keeper’s Choice, Redfern Gallery, London 2002 Skyfood, Charlotte St Gallery, London 2000 Fresh

  • Wolfgang Stiller

  • Yves ULLENS