About mfc-michèle didier | Paris Brussels
mfc-michèle didier, founded in 1987 in Brussels by Michèle Didier, is an independent publishing house. mfc-michèle didier produces and publishes original artworks by contemporary artists such as artist's books, prints, installations, multiples, etc.
For six years, Michèle Didier opened an exhibition space in Brussels under the name "les Maitres de Forme Contemporains" (giving the acronym mfc). This five square metre space presented mainly multiples and editions (Gilbert & Georges, Barry Flanagan, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Dennis Adams...), but also specific projects such as Keith Haring's Pop Shop for more than six months.
She then dedicated essentially to production, beginning her collaborations with historical artists such as On Kawara, Robert Barry, Allen Ruppersberg, Carl Andre and Christian Marclay. Spending her time between Europe and the United States, Michèle Didier began participating in several international art fairs such as Art Basel or FIAC.
In 2011, mfc-michèle didier opened a gallery in Paris. The gallery represents artists of different generations, related to the editions produced by the publishing house, but also develops specific projects with particular invitations. Since its creation, the gallery has favored collaborations with artists in a conceptual and political vein, notably international artists who are now considered historical. The Paris gallery also supports artists from the French scene through the production of works and exhibitions.