Marc Jancou has promoted numerous contemporary art projects since opening his first gallery in 1991, Galerie Marc Jancou, Zürich, which organized shows by then-emerging artists including Miroslaw Balka, Raymond Pettibon or Karen Kilimnik. Jancou relocated his gallery from Zurich to London in 1996, and established London Projects, exhibiting work by Martin Kippenberger, Cindy Sherman, and Chris Burden, among others. He later founded Marc Jancou Contemporary in 2003, in New York City, to focus on emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery has presented solo exhibitions by artists such as Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, and Larry Johnson. From 2006 to 2007, Marc Jancou hosted a residency program, which included 25 residencies by emerging and established artists, and several exhibitions with artists such as David Noonan, Steve Claydon, Kelley Walker and Carter, among others, at Me.di.um, St Barth's. A second exhibition space opened in Geneva in 2011 in the heart of the city’s art community, the Quartier des Bains. Marc Jancou Contemporary aims to foster a trans-Atlantic creative dialogue and to serve as a cultural bridge between New York and Geneva.
A full list of exhibitions and related publications is available upon request.