Visit of ART PARIS

In a more flexible health context, Art Paris took place within the framework of the Grand Palais Éphémère designed by the architect Jean-Marie Willemotte, on the Champs de Mars, between the Military School and the Eiffel Tower.

Interior view of the Grand Palais Éphémère

Self-portrait, calm. Yan Pei-Ming. 2020 Oil on canvas. Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery.

Scope of light. Bang Hai Ja. 2021. Natural pigments on geotextiles. Françoise Livinec Gallery.

Qualified as “cosmopolitan regionalism” by its Director, Guillaume Piens, due to the presence of exhibitors from both France and twenty three foreign countries in which Europe, Asia, Africa and South America were present, this twenty third edition brought together one hundred and forty galleries, including prestigious brands.

Homage to Li-Po - The incessant waves of the Yang-Tse. Zao Wou-Ki. 2008. Porcelain enamel. Manufacture Bernardaud. Berès Gallery.

Untitled. Ma Desheng. 2011. Bronze. © A2Z Art Gallery.

The Crossing XLII. Bao Vuong. 2021. Oil and acrylic on canvas. © A2Z Art Gallery.

If the return to figurative painting was the central theme of this 2021 edition, as evidenced by the admirable self-portrait of Yan Pei Ming, there was also a “solo show” sector dedicated to the presentation of monographic exhibitions as well as a sector “Promises” dedicated to young emerging talents which affirmed the forward-looking vocation of the fair.

Experimental ink. Li Chevalier. Ink on paper. Raibaudi Wang Gallery.

Metamorphosis. Shingo Muramoto. Urushi lacquer, hemp canvas and bamboo branch. Taménaga Gallery.

Garyu no matsu. Takehiko Sugawara. Mixed media on washi paper. Taménaga Gallery.

A good number of artists of Asian origin were present including Zao-Wouki, Bang Hai Ja, Ma Desheng, Li Chevalier, Takehiki Sugawara, Bao Vuong, etc.

In the end, an event with an impressive attendance record, the success of which is part of an exceptional cultural and artistic renewal!


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