The Christophe Hioco Gallery is located in the heart of Paris in the 17th arrondissement near the Parc Monceau, just a three-minute walk from the Musée Cernuschi. The gallery takes pride in its unfaltering research into the originality, provenance and authenticity of the pieces it acquires, and is highly specialized. It focuses on Hindu, Buddhist and Jaïn Indian sculpture dating primarily from the following major artistic periods: Gupta (4th-6th century), Pâla (8th-12th century, Bihâr region) and Chola. Vietnamese art also plays a major role in the collection, with two primary centres of interest: extremely rare bronzes from the Dông Son culture and ceramics dating from the first to the sixth century and the Ly and Trân dynasties. As a member of the Syndicat National des Antiquaires (SNA), the gallery plays a leading part in the international art market and is invited each year to participate in major events such as Asian Art Week in London and New York, BRAFA, AAB (Asian Art in Brussels) and the Biennale Paris.
C.R.A.B. / K.K.A.B. (Chambre Royale des Antiquaires et des Négociants en Œuvres d’art de Belgique / Koninklijke Kamer van de Antiquairs en Kunsthandelaars van België ), S.N.A. (Syndicat National des Antiquaires Négociants en Objets d'Art Tableaux anciens et modernes de France), Asia Week New York Association Inc.
Asia Week New York, La Biennale Paris, Parcours des Mondes - Paris,