Arielle is in the executive committee of WIA. She is trained as a fashion designer. She developed her own clothing collection and wedding dresses for five years, before embracing creation in a broader sense.
Coming from a family of artists, painters, ceramists, sculptors, she assumes that she considers contemporary art not as a discipline, but as a way of life. After being moved by the under-representiveness of women artists, Arielle decided to create her own eponymous gallery.
Feminist by tenderness and militant by pedagogy, Arielle d’Hauterives exhibits exclusively female artists: painters, sculptors, artists who propose installations, who conceive digital art, video artists. She also acts as an agent, as the gallery represents her artists in various art fairs.
Louise Bourgeois, The destruction of the Father, 1964 | Courtesy Cheim and Read, Galerie Karsten Greve and Galerie Hauser & Wirth