About the Gallery
Galerie Hervé Bize opened in 1989, when founder Hervé Bize was 22 years old. Located in central Nancy, close to the historic Place Stanislas, the gallery occupies a former music store, with multiple exhibition spaces that open directly onto a courtyard. In 1994, renovation work revealed a suite of Art Nouveau frescoes, which Bize has preserved. Among the few major galleries in France that is based outside of Paris, Hervé Bize maintains an intergenerational program of artists working in a variety of media. Since 2009, the gallery has represented the estate of André Cadere and is currently working on the artist’s catalogue raisonné. From the late 1980s onward, Hervé Bize has also worked closely with Francois Morellet. From 1993 to 2008, Bize published Art & Aktœr, a quarterly periodical dedicated to art events in the East of France and Luxembourg, and writes extensively on modern art, including two books, on the French artist Jean Hélion and the Dada movement, respectively, both published by Editions Cercle d’Art. In 2012, Bize was named a Chevalier des Arts et Lettres by the French Minister of Culture.