GCA Gallery

GCA Gallery

Its rich and varied programme puts the GCA Gallery on the level of the leading figures in street art in Paris and the whole of France.

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Covid-19 information : a health pass or a test taken within the last 48 hours is required at the entrance.

Designed with the aim of opening urban art up to a new market of collectors and to make street art more accessible, the GCA Gallery first opened in Nice in 2014. This ambitious project was headed by the urban art expert Geoffroy Jossaume, originally from Nice. He drew on all his expertise gained in the world’s best known auctions houses, such as Sotheby’s in London and PIASA in Paris, and put it to use in contemporary urban creation.

In 2017 a branch of the GCA Gallery opened up in Paris in the brand new and exuberant Bibliothèque Nationale de France district. This time there is more ample exhibition space hosting the big names of the international urban scene such as Mosko, Nevercrew and The Dotmasters, an artist very close to Banksy. Forming a triangle with Galerie Itinerrance and Galerie Mathgoth, the GCA Gallery gives star billing to the virtuosos of urban art throughout the year. Its programme within and beyond the walls, such as participation in District 13 Art Fair, helps establish it as a Parisian hotspot of street art.

Are you fan of street culture? Read our street art itinerary in the Southeast of Paris Region and the best street art in Paris Region !

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Community facilities

Access and contact

2 place Farhat Hached
75013 Paris 13ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 11.30 am and 6.30 pm. Closed Monday and Sunday.


    • Free


    Spoken languages

    • French
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