In 2008 Amélie Seydoux and Bernard Jordan launched a contemporary art gallery in Berlin focused on drawings and prints. Their collaboration results from a mutual attachment to fine art editions, especially formats that provide artists with an opportunity to experiment with printing techniques and thereby open up new fields of creativity. The gallery presents a selection of original prints and multiples by international contemporary artists in collaboration with renowned publishers. The program alternates between solo and group exhibitions, while focusing equally on drawings and prints. Since 2009, Jordan/Seydoux has also taken on the role of publisher. Their first project was with the Berlin artist Frank Badur and was followed by collaborations with French artists Françoise Pétrovitch, François Morellet, and Pierre Buraglio and German artists Imi Knoebel and Patrick Gabler.