is an art historian, graduated from the École du Louvre (Louvre School). He specializes in drawing and engraving and was an art critic and curator for more than fifteen years
is an architect with a degree from the Ecole de La Cambre (The Cambre School). He is also an ecosystem physicist (Free University of Brussels) as well as a semiotician (Paris Sorbonne).
Together they have followed the seminars of Algirdas Julien Greimas, the father of semiotics, at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (The School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences).
The gallery's inaugural exhibition took place in the centenary year of the Bauhaus and was entirely dedicated to artists influenced by this movement. It was followed by a photographic exhibition inspired by Alexandre's meeting with the sociologist Pierre Sansot at the Cerisy-la-Salle conferences and took up the title and certain themes of Pierre Sansot's fundamental book.
After the Covid lock down, the gallery reopened with an exhibition of Art Brut (Outsider Art) and singular art bringing together ten active artists in France.
The exhibition "Scanreigh, an Abstract Figuration" is the gallery's first solo show.
Unique and innovative gallery owners, Alexandre & Bruno Laurent invite you to "touch with the eye" the works of the artists they present, whether they are recognized or emerging.
The Laurent & Laurent Gallery welcomes informed collectors. It also advises companies on their approach to sponsorship and investment providing a welcoming approach to their expertise.