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FINE ART PARIS & LA BIENNALE – Inagural Edition

 

 

FINE  ARTS  PARIS  &  LA BIENNALE

FRANCE’S NEW FLAGSHIP ART FAIR CELEBRATES ART,  FROM ANTIQUITY TO PRESENT DAY

 

Head of an ancestor figure.
Alaska
MEYER
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– Two Important Fairs combining  70 years of Experience

 – Over 80 Exhibitors from around the Globe

 – No fewer than 14 disciplines

 – Works of Art spanning over 2,000 years of history

 

Paris. In February this year, two leading French art fairs – the venerable Biennale, one of the world’s oldest art fairs (formerly known as La Biennale des Antiquaires) and the fast- growing Fine Arts Paris – announced that they had merged to create a new annual flagship event in Paris celebrating art from the Antiquity to present day. Arts Paris & La Biennale unveils  its inaugural edition which takes place at the prestigious Carrousel du Louvre, from 9 to 13 November.

 

 

Daniel Crouch Rare Books
©FINE ARTS PARIS & LA BIENNALE.

 

The markets for Antiques and Modern art were both already shining in Paris under the banners of two distinct fairs: La Biennale and Fine Arts Paris. By merging the energy and experience of the two highly complementary fairs, the resulting alliance creates the springboard for an extremely attractive international event covering arts and antiques from the distant past to the present day.

 

Over 80 internationally renowned galleries and talented young dealers will participate in what promises to be a major event in the global art market calendar. A showcase of art, culture, savoir-faire and heritage, Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale presents carefully selected artworks spanning no fewer than 14 categories, including Antiquities, Old Masters, Antique Furniture, Modern & Contemporary Art, Tapestries, Ceramics, Jewellery but also Tribal Art, Asian Art, Islamic Art and Books & Manuscripts.

 
 

 

Ditesheim & Maffei
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Louis de Bayser, President of Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale said:

Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale is Paris’s only fair dedicated to Fine Arts, tracing the entire history of art across time and continents. In the next three years, as we move from the Carrousel du Louvre to the Grand Palais Ephémère and ultimately the Grand Palais, our objective will be to expand the fair’s global reputation and growth, as well as to contribute to reinforce Paris’s status and importance on the international art market”.

 

 

 

 

Galerie Monbrison
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Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale is a new fair resulting from the alliance of two events, Fine arts paris, a promising young fair initiated five years ago, and la biennale des antiquaires, created in 1956 under the direction of André malraux. Together, this new fair is the biggest international event in Paris for the arts (from Antiquity to the present day). The first edition of this new fair  brings together 86 exhibitors from 9 to 13 November at The Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, before moving to the Grand Palais Ephémère in November 2023 and then back to the renovated Grand palais in November 2024. The ampersand chosen for the fair’s visual identity reflects the alliance of two major events on the international art fair calendar, but also the inter disciplinary meeting and dialogue that the organizers are seeking to promote.

 

 

 

Hioco
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The galleries that have contributed to the prestige of the two fairs in the past are now joined by other internationally renowned dealers, particularly in the field of non-Western arts and bibliophilia. the specificity of Fine arts paris, a reference on the old masters art market, will now be enriched by the various components of la biennale including the presence of seven jewelers and a small number of Contemporary art dealers.

 

STEINITZ
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The fair will be accompanied by a series of cultural events organised in partnership with Paris museums, as part of the French capital’s Semaine des Beaux Arts (“Fine Arts Week”).

 

The new fair offers a high-level program of cultural events and a gala dinner organized by France’s National syndicate of antique dealers (sNa). Itl also hostes an honorary committee bringing together outside personalities as ambassadors of the new fair, a scientific symposium at the Museum of Decorative Arts in collaboration with the CFHa (1) on the theme “Questions of style”, and an Arts Week program of fascinating visits to period rooms and artists’ studios organized in collaboration with parisian museums.

 

 

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Décor Jacques Garcia
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Acclaimed French interior designer and decorator Jacques Garciahas been commissioned to create the fair’s scenography and transform the gallery of the Carrousel du Louvre under the famous glass pyramid of I.M. Pei.

 
 

2022 EXHIBITORS

Didier Aaron & Cie, France – Old Masters

Galerie AB, France – Modern Art

Galerie Edouard Ambroselli, France – Old Masters

Applicat-Prazan, France – Modern Art

Arts & Autographes, France – Books and Manuscripts

Artur Ramon, Spain – Old Masters

Galerie Ary Jan, France – Old Masters

F. Baulme Fine Arts, France – Old Masters

Charles Beddington, UK – Old Masters

Galerie de la Béraudière, Belgium – Beaux-arts Modernes

Bernard Bouisset, France – Jewellery

Brun Fine Art, UK – Antique Furniture

Galerie de Bayser, France – Old Masters

Galerie Berès, France – Modern Art

Brame & Lorenceau, France – Modern Art

Galerie Chaptal, France – Old Masters

Galerie Chevalier – Parsua, France – Antique Furniture

Chiale Fine Art, Italy – Old Masters

Didier Claes, Belgium – Tribal Art

Daniel Crouch Rare Books, UK– Books & Engravings

Librairie Clavreuil, France – Books and Engravings

Galerie Eric Coatalem, France – Old Masters

Galleria dei Coronari, Italy – Old Masters

A. Costermans Fine Art, Belgium – Old Masters

Galerie Michel Descours, France – Old Masters

Ditesheim & Maffei, Switzerland – Modern and Contemporary Art

Atelier DL, France – Ceramics

Galerie Xavier Eeckhout, France – Sculpture

Feng J. Haute Joaillerie, China – Jewellery

Galerie Fabienne Fiacre, France – Old Masters, Modern Art and sculpture

Galerie Flak, France – Tribal Art

Enrico Frascione, Italie – Beaux-arts Anciens

Galerie Christophe Gaillard, France – Contemporary Art

Orpheo Genève, Switzerland – Jewellery

Galerie Michel Giraud, France – Antique Furniture

Galerie Oscar Graf, France – Antique Furniture

Galerie Hioco, France – Asian Art

Pascal Izarn, France – Antique Furniture

Galerie de Jonckheere, Switzerland – Old Masters

Kent Antiques, Royaume-Uni – Islamic Art

Galerie Kevorkian, France – Islamic Art

Lancz Gallery, Belgium – Modern Art

Larengregor, Switzerland – Jewellery

Galerie Antoine Laurentin, France – Modern Art

Galerie “Le 1” Walid Akkad, France – Jewellery

Galerie François Léage, France – Antique Furniture

Galerie Jacques Leegenhoek, France – Old Masters

Galerie Louis & Sack, France – Modern Art

Galerie Fr. J van der Maelen, Belgium – Antique Furniture

Galerie Malaquais, France – Sculpture

Galerie Frédérique Mattei, France – Jewellery

Galerie Mendes, France – Old Masters

Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh, Belgium – Tribal Arts

Galerie Meyer, France – Tribal Arts

Galerie Monbrison, France -Tribal Arts

Monluc Antiquaires, France – Sculpture

Montagut Gallery Barcelona, Spain – Tribal Arts

Jill Newhouse, USA – Old Masters and Modern Art

Opera Gallery, France – Modern Art

Galerie Paul Prouté, France – Books and Engravings

Librairie Jean-Baptiste de Proyart, France – Books and Engravings

Galerie Alexis Pentcheff, France – Modern Art

Perrin, France – Old Masters

Galerie de La Présidence, France – Modern Arts

Royal Provenance, France – Antique Furniture

Galerie Ratton-Ladrière, France – Old Masters

Mário Roque, Portugal – Antique Furniture

Rosenberg & Co., USA – Modern Art

Kunsthandlung Rumbler, Allemagne – Books and Manuscripts

RX, Paris NY – Contemporary Art

Galerie Giovanni Sarti, France – Old Masters

Galerie Seine 55, France – Modern Arts

Galerie Sismann, France – Sculpture

Librairie Camille Sourget, France – Books and Engravings

Galerie Steinitz, France – Antique Furniture

Talabardon & Gautier, France – Old Masters

Galerie Tanakaya, France – Asian Art

Galerie Tarantino, France – Antiquities

Galerie Terrades, France – Old Masters

Galerie Thibaut-Pomerantz, USA – Antique Furniture

Galerie Trebosc + van Lelyveld, France – Sculpture

Univers du Bronze, France – Sculpture

Galerie de Voldère, France – Old Masters

 

 

Galerie Monbrison
©FINE ARTS PARIS & LA BIENNALE

 

 

“Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale” will bring together leading international galleries while remaining an incubator for talented young dealers.

 

 

FINE ART PARIS & LA BIENNALE 

Inagural Edition

9 to 13 November 2022

Carrousel du Louvre

 

 

 

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