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Since its opening in Rome in 2009, MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch has offered an international vision of artistic production, where the intellectual content is developed alongside high aesthetic value. During the early years, priority was given to works on paper, a medium the gallery has always appreciated as a privileged means of free expression of many contemporary artists. MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch thus chose a technique considered “the most spontaneous and intimate.” Emerging and established artists have benefited from this to present both surprising and relevant works: Maya Attoun, Yifat Bezalel, Sergio Breviario, Jonny Briggs, Alice Cattaneo, Ofri Cnaani, Chiara Dynys, Nina Fisher & Maroan El Sani, Nikolaus Gansterer, Katharina Hinsberg, Rebecca Horn, Alain Huck, Ali Kaaf, Bernardi Roig, Bertold Stallmach, Giuseppe Stampone, Panos Tsagaris, Jorinde Voigt, Maya Zack.
When it opened its space in Brussels in 2016, MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch expanded the focus of the gallery while keeping its commitment to works on paper. The flexibility of the medium allowed it to either stand alone or to be exhibited alongside other media. Thanks to the new dialogues made possible by the gallery, many artists were able to exhibit in the Brussels space: Patrick Carpentier, Ronny Delrue, Hanane El Farissi, Julie Legrand, Alex Mirutziu, Nika Neelova, Christine Ödlund, Tessa Perutz, Eugenio Tibaldi, Santiago Reyes Villaveces.
We are sincerely grateful to these artists for having stayed by our side, thus ensuring the continuity of our project with their talent. Thank you so much for this shared adventure which would have been hardly as exciting without you.
We also want to use this opportunity to thank all those who have supported us at every stage of our development: collectors, institutions, and curators, but also art aficionados as well as the culturally curious. Your unwavering support and expert advice have helped us maintain a committed approach, making you key players in our success.
Finally, we acknowledge the steady involvement of all the art professionals whose know-how and daily support make it possible to bring the most ambitious artistic projects to fruition.
Constantly looking for unprecedented collaborations and novel ways of thinking, Marie-Laure Fleisch now wishes to move in a new direction. In order to meet the future stakeholders who will make this new project a reality, it is necessary to take some time off for research and reflection.
We look forward to meeting you shortly to continue our exchanges in a different context and remain available in the meantime for any inquiries.
See you soon,
Marie-Laure, Charlotte et Karim