Marc Segoura, was born and raised in art and its traditions and is today the happy founder of the SEGOURA FINE ART Gallery, which focuses on the art of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Trained by his elders and graduate of the Ecole du Louvre, he settles at first, with his brother Pierre Segoura, at 18 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and perpetuates the family custom by proposing 17th and 19th century paintings and tapestries. There will be only one step towards his next experience, his work in the new Gallery at 20 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Then he was established in the Segoura Gallery, an extraordinary building decorated by the famous Parisian interior designer François-Joseph Graf. This former private mansion in the heart of Place François I is a true homage to the unique world of art, an entire building dedicated to exceptional furniture and objects so that each of these pieces can express all its value and beauty in a well thought-out environment. He exercises his profession with humility and generosity. His vision of art is based on the transmission of his knowledge, passion and human contact. Deeply convinced that this discipline is not only practiced with white gloves but rather in communication and sharing, he decided in 2013 to set up in Marché Biron, 85 rue des rosiers in the Saint-Ouen flea market. A place of passage, of exchange, in which more than 5 million visitors per year walk through the aisles, a melting-pot clientele mixing fine art connoisseurs and novices eager for curiosity.