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SAKS
SAKSgallery SA
Sibylle Rochat & Kristin Stein
Rue de la Synagogue 34
CH-1204 Geneva
T +41 22 310 11 44
F +41 22 320 32 22
info@saks.ch 

 

OPENING HOURS :

Tuesday to Friday 14.00 to 18.00
Saturday 14.00 to 17.00

& by appointment

 

OFFICE LIAISON:

SAKS

Sibylle Rochat

18 Oakley Gardens
London SW3 5QG

T +44 79 00 470 470

 

 

 

LINKS :

 

Find us in the Artguide on www.artforum.com

 

Find us on contemporaryartvenues.com

 

Join us on www.facebook.com/SAKS.Gallery

 

Member of www.quartierdesbains.ch

the Geneva Contemporary Art Galleries Association

 

 

 

 

The gallery is not reviewing unsolicited artist's submissions. Submissions sent to the gallery will not be returned.

 

 

 

 

© SAKS, the artists, the photographers. Please contact us before using any material from this website.

 

 

 
 


SAKS stands for the initials of the two founders of the gallery : Sibylle Axarlis Rochat and Kristin Stein.

In 2008, after having worked for several years in the art world in New York, Paris and Geneva, respectively for Marc Blondeau and Simon Studer, they opened SAKS gallery in Geneva.

The gallery is strategically located in the Quartier des Bains, an area devoted to contemporary art in Geneva, a short distance from the MAMCO (Contemporary Art Museum) and the CAC (Contemporary Art Centre).

SAKS represents Swiss, European and American emerging and more established artists, with a particular commitment to the up and coming Swiss scene.

The aim of the gallery is to promote and defend artists by focusing on producing challenging and avant-garde exhibitions.

SAKS also offers research and valuation services, as well as professional advice on collection management, shipping, insurance, framing and installation.

In today's complex market it is important for collectors to be able to access as much information as possible: on an artist's history, the context of a work within the artist’s oeuvre and price history.

SAKS can assist experienced and new collectors with a
personalized approach by locating, documenting and acquiring works that fit within the context of their collection.