Who we are

Founded by French collector and entrepreneur Christian Mayeur, Mayeur Projects is a contemporary art gallery, supporting emerging as well as established artists. Privileging art that is above all an experience, our aim is to create a context of encounters between artist and viewer, the object and the body, the real and the imaginary, the global and the local, the social and the environmental, the concerns of tomorrow and the concerns of today.


Why Las Vegas?

A true city of the Old West, Las Vegas was an important stop on the railroad line between Los Angeles and Chicago, making it at one time the most important city in New Mexico. The turn of the century Las Vegas boasted all the most modern amenities, as well as two Harvey Hotels and a Carnegie Library and a reputation as a hideaway for outlaws such as Billy the Kid and Doc Holliday.

Today, with the re-opening of the Plaza and Castaneda hotels, as well as other projects such as a maker’s space and the presence of the New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas is primed for a revival. The energy behind this renaissance is notably geared towards imagining Las Vegas as a contemporary arts and cultural hub.

200-202 Plaza Park

The Mayeur Projects building at 200-202 Plaza Park is one of the more than 900 historic buildings in Las Vegas, and has a particularly rich history. Built in 1883, this building has lived many lives: as the home of the Romero family, one of Las Vegas’s first, the place where New Mexico’s statehood was announced, a place of imprisonment for Billy the Kid. We are truly honored to restore and renovate this incredible building, and become the next chapter in its history.

While remaining engaged with the global art scene, Mayeur Projects is dedicated to its connection with the community of Las Vegas, New Mexico. We are proud to be part of the revival of this historic city, rich with resources and potential, and look to foster an atmosphere of conviviality and connection with our artists, collectors and art lovers.


Las Vegas is 50 minutes east of Santa Fe. The closest airports are the Albuquerque International Sunport and the Santa Fe Municipal Airport. The Amtrak makes stops in Las Vegas every day on its Southwest Chief route between Los Angeles and Chicago.