IBU Gallery is dedicated to IBU's artworks and her personal artistic choices. An American of Ukrainian descent, artist and architect IBU identified herself by her initials. Her jewelry design and bronze sculptures focus on materials, and craftsmanship. IBU died in October 2002, but her work and artistic vision live on at IBU Gallery, located under the arcades of the Palais Royal gardens in Paris. Following her footsteps, IBU Gallery also shows works by artists who share common sensibilities and sources of inspiration. Jewelry designers include Ted Muehling, Aude Lechère, Jean Grisoni, Vincent Vaucher, Alina Alamoréan. Lee Ufan, Lee Bae, Choi Byung So, Shim Moon Seup, Kim Chun Hwan, Nam Tchun Mo are painters from South Korea IBU was fond of. Photographers such as Ellen Carey and Don Freeman from the J H B Gallery New York are also present. Sculptors and furniture designers Eric Schmitt, Horacio Cardozo, Antoine Tarot, Emile Perauer, Annick Tapernoux have also trusted us with their work. Each artist was chosen for the dialogue their pieces have with IBU's artwork.