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Paris Print Fair Returns in March

Following the success of last year’s edition, Paris Print Fair will return from March 21st to March 24th, 2024, taking place in the refectory of the Cordeliers Convent, located in the heart of the 6th arrondissement. This new edition will host twenty exhibitors, associate members of the Chamber Syndicate of Printmaking, Drawing, and Painting (CSEDT), who have curated their finest prints. Exhibitors from all corners of Europe, the majority of whom also participated in the...

Fifteen Years of Maison Parisienne

Maison Parisienne, the nomadic gallery founded by Florence Guillier Bernard, is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a remarkable exhibition showcasing the pinnacle of contemporary craftsmanship at the Musée des Arts décoratifs (MAD Museum) in Paris. For its 15th-anniversary exhibition, Maison Parisenne has commissioned 15 exceptional works by 15 renowned artists such as Simone Pheulpin, Pierre Renart, Hervé Wahlen, Gérald Vatrin, and others. These exclusive creations will be showcased at the historic Hall des Maréchaux within...

OFFSCREEN Holds Successful Second Art Event

Continuing its innovative model, halfway between an artistic curation and a highlight of the art market calendar, OFFSCREEN held its second edition from 18th to 22nd October 2023, taking up residence in a monumental new space in the heart of Paris’s 8th district, a former garage with an emblematic Art Deco façade. “Thank you for bringing VanDerBeek to Paris. Julien Frydman has built something crucial, accessible, topical and beautiful for this moment. His “fair” (really...

FAB Paris Offers Handpicked Art Treasures

With a new name, a new location and an exciting line-up of new exhibitors, the second edition of FAB Paris is set to capture the imagination of international collectors and visitors alike. Charting millennia of art history, from Ancient Egypt to today, the curated ensemble to be unveiled at the Grand Palais Ephémère from 22nd until 26th November will encompass no fewer than 20 categories in the fields of fine art, furniture, antiquities and jewellery, with provenance as illustrious...

Bigger and Better Rétromobile Paris for 2024

In 2024, boosted by the continuing success of previous years, Rétromobile will be held in pavilion 1, 2.2 and 3, at the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre, Paris. With more space for exhibitors, more comfort for visitors, more reasons to buy, to dream, to find out information and to admire new and old products at the countless booths; more artists, more clubs, more federations, more spare parts and scale model vendors, more events organisers, more...

Convelio, Art Paris and Green Logistics

For the second year running, Art Paris, running from March 30th to April 2nd 2023, is partnering with Convelio, the leading fine art shipping specialist, the official transport and shipping partner of the fair. Emissions of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, must be reduced as much as possible to curb climate change. And yet, the travel and transport infrastructure cannot operate without carbon emissions. This is why it’s important to understand and act to...

Opera Gallery Paris Presents Marc Chagall Event

Opera Gallery presents Marc Chagall, the Poetry of Emotions, an exhibition-event dedicated exclusively to the works of the Franco-Russian artist, in Paris from March 18th to April 19th, 2023. Opera Gallery has built up one of the most important private collections of Chagall’s work in the world, consisting of works ranging from the 1930s until Chagall’s death in 1985. Among the twenty emblematic works on display, each bearing witness to Chagall’s intimate and personal history,...

Galerie de l’Institut Presents Milestones in Picasso’s Sculpture

From October 14th – December 17th 2022, Galerie de l’Institut of Paris presents, in its two spaces on Rue de Seine and Rue des Beaux-Arts, an exhibition-event on Pablo Picasso’s sculpture, bringing together some of the most important milestones of Picasso’s work in three dimensions. More than 70 sculptures dating from 1902 to 1962, accompanied by 35 drawings and paintings, will be brought together for the first time in a Paris gallery. Some of them...

The Unique Piece, L. Leroy “Tourbillion Régulateur Squelette Art Déco”, Pays Homage to this Famous Movement of the 20th Century

L.Leroy, founded in Paris in 1785 under Charles Leroy, is one of the most illustrious names that have written some of the finest chapters in the history of French watchmaking and chronometry, developing a wealth of technical and inventive treasures for over two centuries. This human, artistic and industrial adventure is marked by illustrious names including Marie Antoinette, Proust, Matisse, Napoleon, Queen Victoria, Roosevelt, Chopin, Nobel, Bugatti, the aviation pioneers Charles Lindbergh and Santos-Dumont, to...

Paris Art Fairs to Merge

Two major but troubled Paris arts events, Fine Arts Paris and La Biennale, are to merge into one event. The new combined art and antiques fair, to be named, in a moment of inspiration, Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale, will run for the first time from 8th to 13th November 2022. The venue for the first of the new events will be the Carrousel du Louvre, but it is planned to move to the...

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