Exhibition AFREECA, Chapelle Sainte Foy, Les Beaumettes from May 30th trough June 23rd.


The exhibition brings together five artists from the African continent who give a free artistic expression of their African identities.


Ayanda Mabulu, South Africa, lives in Johannesburg. He has a satirical look at the governance of his country, the misfortunes, the abuses, with a strong, engaged style, a brush that denounces the packages of a system.


Siriky KY, born in Ivory Coast, lives in Burkina Faso. His very refined technique describes his country with unique bronze sculptures. His new series of “precious heads” offers a testimonial look at the representation of the African man. The traits of the faces, marked, bruised, scarified, show the beauty of these ordinary beings with the power of the representation that one would make of a monarch or a God.


Nyaba Leon OUEDRAOGO, Burkinabé, lives in Paris, photographer. He delivers a narrative in pictures of the traditions and State of the current civilization of West African countries. The ghosts of the Congo River, the painted men of tribal painting, the Congolese youth in a green country.


Mamady Seydi, Senegalese, lives in Mbour. He gives a note of wisdom and humor to his sculptures, the animals of the jungle have replaced humans to give them a universal character. Each installation is the illustration of a Wolof proverb that translates the way of thinking of a Sage.


Dominique Zinkpè, Beninese, lives in Cotonou. It brings a personal view of the different continents. The mask in African statuary is a face of the actor, it conceals the truth. In his series of unmasked continents, Dominique delivers a staging of the clichés that symbolize the richness of the peoples of these continents.

In the beginning…

The Eric & Valérie Galéa Gallery Presents “in the beginning…” , a selection of works by sculptor Ariel Moscovici From October 20th through November 11, 2018 at the Chapelle Sainte-Foy des Beaumettes.


About forty artworks: Sculptures made of steel, bronze, granite and marble as well as paintings and prints in relation to the works in volume will bring their testimony of 40 years of career.


Ariel is inspired by the Bible. In the Book of the Genesis, “Bereshit”, the first word of the Bible in Hebrew means “in the beginning”.


He interprets the creation of the world as if his multifaceted sculptures were capable of containing all the forms of life to come.


Sometimes he uses several works to create a journey in time with points and a space.


The words of his language are stone, metal, clay.


He finds that the idiom that suits him best is that of the shape, the volume, the texture, the nuance and the color.


He does not explain his works because he does not want to demystify them. It offers you your own interpretation.


“Zimbabwe, your wounds will be name silence”

First summer exhibition of our gallery in the Sainte-Foy chapel in Beaumettes 84220 from 10 through juillet 22nd 2018.

Robin Hammond’s photographes “Zimbabwe, your wounds will be name silence” will be displayed for a short exhibition in an historical site dedicated to Art in the golden Triangle of Luberon.

A new hanging of about 30 selected photographes among the series presented at “Rencontres d’Arles” in 2013 and reproduced in the book edited by Actes Sud will be visible on site, other photos can be seen on demand.

Galerie Galea exhibits in the Luberon

The gallery resumes its exhibitions with a varied programme selection for the summer of 2018.

We will have the pleasure of presenting three exhibitions in the Luberon.

We aim to make you familiar with a new exhibition center, in the center of the Golden Triangle, cultural heritage centre of more than four centuries.

We thank the Mayor of the commune of Beaumettes village for her warm welcome and support for the visual Arts.
This collaboration will allow us to welcome you in a place filled with history, turn to place of worship, City Hall, school and today exhibition Center.

The will of the elect to make of their commune a cultural place, without financing of the state, an artistic stage in the park of Luberon has prompted us to participate in this development and to bring by our presence and our commitment to their side a cultural offer where The visual arts will be valued in the Luberon.

We count on your presence and your encouragement to perpetuate our approach and make of this place a meeting place of contemporary Art inescapable.


Our gallery will be exhibiting at FNB Art Fair for the second time.

You will discover the work of our photographers :
Jean-Christophe BALLOT, “C.A.S.” : Composite of South Africa, photos taken in South Africa on September 2012,  exhibited in “Rencontres d’Arles” this summer.
Christo DOHERTY, “BOS”constructed photos   exhibited in “Rencontres d’Arles” this summer.
Robin HAMMOND, photos taken in Zimbabwe, published in a book titled “Your wounds will be named silence” and from Gold ine in Mozambique.
Nyaba Leon OUEDRAOGO, photos taken in Burkina Faso and Ghana.
And also new impressive sculptures from Pierre MATHIEU and paintings.