Mfc-michèle didier is an independent publishing house founded in 1987 in Brussels by Michèle Didier. The publishing house produces and publishes original artworks by contemporary artists such as artist's books, prints, installations, multiples, etc.
Michèle Didier also opened an exhibition space in Brussels called "les Maitres de Forme Contemporains" (abbreviated as mfc) for six years, which presented mainly multiples and editions by artists such as Gilbert & Georges, Barry Flanagan, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Dennis Adams, and also specific projects like Keith Haring's Pop Shop for more than six months.
Later, Michèle Didier focused on production and collaborations with historical artists like On Kawara, Robert Barry, Allen Ruppersberg, Carl Andre, and Christian Marclay. She began participating in several international art fairs such as Art Basel and FIAC.
In 2011, mfc-michèle didier opened a gallery in Paris representing artists of different generations, with a focus on conceptual and political works. The gallery also supports French artists through the production of works and exhibitions.