Fabrice began his career in the arts in the early 90's as a journalist, art critic and curator. For the past 25 years he has dedicated his career to cultivating his passion for the artist's oeuvre.
In 1997 Fabrice founded Artcore, his first contemporary fine art gallery in Yorkville, Toronto where he showcased important exhibitions including Joseph Beuys's "In Nature's Defence" and controversial photographic collection titled "History of Sex" by Andrea Serrano.
In 2003, Fabrice moved Artcore to a 10,000 square foot space located in Toronto's historic Distillery District, it was the largest commercial contemporary art gallery in Canada. The gallery participated in major international art fairs such as Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach, and provided a platform for emerging artists such as Marcel Dzama, Evan Penny and Zhang Huan.
An avid art collector himself, Fabrice has sold artworks of significant historical importance to museums and private collections internationally. His buyer's intuition guides him to choose art with intrinsic value and talent, rather than buying based on trends and art world fads. Fabrice specializes in finding exceptional artworks that forge a connection between the collector and the artist.
Contact Fabrice regarding collecting & curation, guidance with private and institutional purchases or collection appraisals. He can provide an extensive array of services through a personalized database of fine art professionals providing expertise in collection display and conservation, logistics and insurance.
New York, NY 10036
(917) 932 - 5471