The gallery is known for having introduced some of the most influential Afro-American artists to Luxembourg at a time when they were still relatively unknown as for example Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Wangechi Mutu, Jeff Sonhouse and Terry Adkins. The gallery organizes six exhibitions including one historical exhibition a year. In May 2016, the gallery held an historical Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition featuring 20 rarely seen pieces on loan from private collectors. In September 2017, the gallery opened the first historical show of Jean Dubuffet in Luxembourg featuring more than 50 works of the artist. These unprecedented exhibitions in Luxembourg, which received the high patronage of the Luxembourg minister of Culture, reflected the cultural project of the gallery and aimed to offer the forefront of contemporary art to collectors and the general public.