Vivian Véteau created her own gallery in September 1981, in the heart of Paris, rue des Guillemites, in the former lithography studio of Franck Bordas, near the Georges Pompidou Center.
Launched in the adventure with the blessing of Fernand Mourlot, the famous master lithographer, grandfather of Franck Bordas, he exhibited the works of contemporary artists such as:
Jean-Max Albert, Sara Holt, William Dhoye, Joel Capella-Lardeux, Hervé Bordas, Hayashi Yoshifumi, Arthur Aeschbacher, Bernard Turiot, Michael Simbruk, Maurice Matieu, Martial Thomas, Meret Oppenheim, Guy de Rougemont.
He benefited from the collaborations of the best critics and art dealers of the time: Alain Jouffroy, Philippe Sergeant, Henry-Alexis Batsch, Pierre Restany, Marcelin Pleynet, Marie Parra-Aledo, Alain Borer, Giovanni Joppolo, Castor Siebel.
Vivian Véteau has always been in touch with art and painting and now offers an original concept of web-gallery, a virtual art gallery presenting the works of selected artists thanks to her experienced eye and her knowledge of the history of art.