After setting up a first space in 2012 in Normandy, in the former estate of Bernard Buffet, Adrienne decided to return to her home town. In 2021, she opens a gallery in the heart of Zurich’s old town in a completely renovated space.
This new location is on the famous Münsterplatz, where art has historical significance, namely the Fraumünster, which houses Marc Chagall’s legendary stained glass windows.
Adrienne is a promoter of culture in all its forms. For her, it is the talent that counts, not the discipline. Every piece or event in her rooms has a unique story behind it and is imbued with a special character. Whether art, craft, antiques, concerts or readings, Adrienne carefully selects the artists she works with.
Adrienne’s role is not easy to label and it will never be possible to pigeonhole her. She loves culture and its global diversity.
She also carefully chooses the spaces she works in. It's about offering the audience a unique experience. To do something different, to make them react, to provoke an emotion.