Paris Gallery Weekend 2023
101 ART GALLERIES OPEN THEIR DOORS TO YOU
FOR 3 DAYS OF CELEBRATION
The 2023 edition of Paris Gallery Weekend took place from 26 to 28 May 2023. Over the years, this event has established itself as one of the most important in the French cultural and artistic panorama. Launched in 2014 on the initiative of Marion Papillon and managed by the Comité professionnel des galeries d’art from 2021, This year, the Paris Gallery Weekend counted on the participation of around one hundred galleries in the Paris region who opens their doors for 3 days to present nearly nearly 250 artists to the widest possible public.
Open to all, free and free of charge, the events organized on the occasion of the Gallery Weekend were spread across many neighborhoods. The Marais, Matignon, Belleville, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, or even Romainville serving as a backdrop for new walks and discoveries for all tastes. On the program: openings, meetings with artists, performances or more book signings.
Collectors and art lovers were invited to follow the various itineraries of this 2023 edition which took the form, as every year, of neighbourhood walks or themed selections. Guided tours also were offered to the general public.
This year, there were seven geographical itineraries in the various emblematic Parisian art districts, as well as in Greater Paris:
4 routes cross the Marais, 1 route in the north-east from Belleville to Romainville, 1 route allowing visitor to discover the extent of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and 1 route in the Matignon district.
With 101 participating galleries, a wide choice was offered to Paris Gallery Weekend visitors during these 3 days, allowing them to create their own visits.
Among the large ensembles themes of this edition:
– Emerging scene
– African scenes
– Asian scenes
– Latin American scenes
– Ecological issues
– First exhibitions
– Women artists
Hervé Lemoine, Simon Porte Jacquemus, Céline Poulin, Salomé Montpetit Montpetit (Matchwithart on Instagram), Clément Delépine, Antonia Scintilla, Martin Béthenod, Martha Kirszenbaum, Camille Morineau, Alicia Knock, Anne Dressen and Chris Dercon.
Galerie XII Paris • 31 Project • 193 Gallery • 1831 ART GALLERY • MARTINE ABOUCAYA • Air de Paris • Applicat-Prazan • Galerie Ariane C-Y • Artisyou • HELENE BAILLY • Galerie Anne Barrault • baudoin lebon • Bendana | Pinel Art Contemporain • Anne-Sarah Bénichou • BERNARD BOUCHE • Galerie Berthet-Aittouarès • Bigaignon • Binome • Ségolène Brossette Galerie • Anne-Laure Buffard • By Lara Sedbon • Galerie C • Galerie Jean-François Cazeau • Ceysson & Bénétière • Marion Chauvy • GALERIE CIPANGO • Galerie Claude Bernard • GALLERIA CONTINUA • Crèvecœur • GALERIE VALERIE DELAUNAY • Galerie Droste • Galerie Raphael Durazzo • DUTKO • Esther Schipper • GALERIE FAIDHERBE • Ricardo Fernandes • Les filles du calvaire • Galerie La Forest Divonne • Galerie Jean Fournier • Gaudel de Stampa • Galerie Christophe Gaillard • CLAIRE GASTAUD • gb agency • Gloria Gallery • Galerie Laurent Godin • GALERIE ISABELLE GOUNOD • H Gallery • Galerie Max Hetzler • Mariane Ibrahim • In Situ fabienne leclerc • Jousse Entreprise • Galerie Kaléidoscope • Ketabi Bourdet • Galerie Peter Kilchmann • Larock-Granoff • Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre • Galerie Lelong & Co. • Galerie du Lendemain • Galerie Françoise Livinec • GALERIE LJ • LooLooLook Gallery • Galerie LOUIS & SACK • Marcelle Alix • Galerie Alain Margaron • Galerie Maubert • Mayoral • Galerie Le Minotaure • Galerie Mitterrand • Galerie Miyu • Galerie Lélia Mordoch • RABOUAN MOUSSION • Galerie Nathalie Obadia • Galerie PACT • Alberta Pane • Galerie Papillon • Romero Paprocki • Perrotin • Galerie Pixi • Polka Galerie • Galerie Praz-Delavallade • Michel Rein • La Galerie Rouge • Galerie RX • Galerie Sabine Bayasli • GALERIE CHLOE SALGADO • galerie Sator • Semiose • Stems Gallery • Strouk gallery • Galerie Taménaga • Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve • TEMPLON • Galerie Vallois • Galerie Wagner • Galerie Olivier Waltman • LIUSA WANG • White Cube • Galerie Jocelyn Wolff • Galerie Zidoun-Bossuyt • Galerie Zlotowski • David Zwirner.
Celebrating the Cultural Richness of Paris
Paris Gallery Weekend has once again put together a VIP programme for collectors and connoisseurs. rice.s from France and abroad, offering them privileged access to Parisian galleries, museums and institutions, with particular particular attention to meetings with the major major players in the sector (other collectors, professionals, curators, etc.), professionals, curators, etc.).
Many public and private institutions are partners of the event: The Pernod Ricard Corporate Foundation, the Frac Ile-de-France, the Jeu de Paume museum, the Carnavalet museum, the Museum of Hunting and Nature, Bétonsalon, General Stores, the Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation…
In partnership with the Institut Français, Paris Gallery Weekend invite foreign curators for 3 days with a dedicated professional program.
This year, the Mobilier national has become a privileged partner partner by organising, with the CPGA, a grand dinner in the prestigious Galerie des Gobelins.
*Paris Gallery Weekend offered in its 2023 Edition thematic and geographic tours, 100% free access, in 101 galleries in four Parisian neighborhoods, Pantin and Romainville, all motivated to deploy a common energy and to make Paris shine as an essential capital of art.
Paris Gallery Weekend 2023