Iris Clert Gallery  

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Galerie Iris Clert (French for Iris Clert Gallery) was an art gallery named after its Greek owner and curator, Iris Clert. The single-room gallery was located on 3 rue des beaux-arts in Paris, France. It was open from 1955 to 1971 and during that time housed artworks from many successful and influential artists of the time, including Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, and Arman.




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