ART PARIS – ART FAIR 2013

ART PARIS ART FAIR 2013
AN EASTERLY WIND IS BLOWING OVER ART PARIS ART FAIR 2013

RUSSIA IS GUEST OF HONOUR

From 28th March to 1st April 2013, ART PARIS ART FAIR brings together 140 galleries from 21 countries under the majestic glass roof of the Grand Palais. The fair presents modern and contemporary art and is confirming its identity as the art event that focusses on the art scenes of the East (Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia). For the first time, it has decided to invite a country as guest of honour. This year it is Russia.

MANY NEWCOMERS AND A MORE INTERNATIONAL SELECTION
With 61 newcomers to the fair, the 2013 selection brings profound changes and a notable expansion of its international dimension. This year, 21 countries are represented (compared to 16 in 2012) and a total of 43% of participants are from abroad. Several countries are joining for the first time, notably Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia and finally Russia, which comes with an unprecedented representation of 11 galleries.
Among the new participants are Laurent Delaye Gallery (London), Michel Soskine (Madrid), Heino Gallery (Helsinki), Tanit (Munich), Bodson-Emelinckx Gallery (Brussels), Várfok Gallery (Budapest), SEM Art Gallery (Monaco), Mimmo Scognamiglio (Milan) et Galleria Giuseppe Pero (ex 1 000 Eventi, Milan).
With regards to France, ART PARIS ART FAIR welcomes the return of several leading galleries, including Christophe Gaillard, Suzanne Tarasiève and Christian Berst. A number of other major French players on the art scene are coming for the first time, notably Pièce Unique, Anne de Villepoix, Galerie Maeght and Fleury in the modern section.

RUSSIA, COUNTRY OF HONOUR
In line with its policy of exploring the art scenes of the East, Art Paris Art Fair has invited Russia as guest of honour.
A central space in the fair will be dedicated to some 10 galleries from a number of cities in Russia including, Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don and Vladivostok while some 15 European galleries will show work by Russian artists. With around 90 artists represented, ART PARIS ART FAIR will be an opportunity to discover or rediscover Russian art, with work made by leading talents from the diaspora of the 1920s and 1930s (such as Boris Grigoriev and Aleksandr Yakovlev), the non-conformists who opposed the Soviet power culture from 1960 to 1991 (Vladimir Andreenkov, Erik Bulatov, Igor Makarevich…) to the stars of the contemporary art scene (AES+F, Olga Chernysheva, Oleg Kulik, Boris Mikhailov, Pavel Pepperstein, Olga Kisseleva, Alexei Vassiliev…).
Also on show at the fair will be the leading figures of Russian photography such as Nikolay Bakharev and Alexander Gronsky at Grindberg Gallery and Rauf Mamedov at Lilja Zakriova Gallery.

stand Galerie Bernard Ceysson

stand Galerie Bernard Ceysson

“PROMISES:” A NEW SECTION DEDICATED TO YOUNG GALLERIES

This year ART PARIS ART FAIR is launching a new section entitled “Promises” reserved for galleries that have been established for less than five years and who have never participated in the fair. Twelve galleries are taking part in this new initiative which aims to provide an opportunity to discover new talents. The 2013 selection includes the following: 16th Line (Rostov on Don), Leonardi Agosti (Sète), Backslash (Paris), Duplex 10m² (Sarajevo), Edward Cutler (Milan), Lam Art Gallery (Riyad), Lehr Zeitgenössische Kunst (Cologne), NK Gallery (Antwerp), Gallery de Roussan (Paris), Vincent Sator (Paris), Trinity Contemporary (London), XPO Gallery (Paris).
“Promises” is supported by l’Officiel Art

 

ARTDESIGN PLATFORM: EXPLORING THE LINKS BETWEEN DESIGN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

The objective of the Artdesign platform is the exploration of the links and cross-over between design and contemporary art. Eight cutting-edge galleries have been selected to present one-of -a-kind, exclusive pieces made by contemporary talents. On show will be for example the “sculpture-objects” made by Hubert Le Gall presented as a one-man show by Mazel Gallery, unique pieces by Mattia Bonetti at Cat-Berro gallery, and the latest work by designers Arik Levy, matali Crasset and Pupsam at Slott gallery. Domeau & Pérès gallery will present a thematic « monochrome » show while MiniMasterpiece gallery will uncover jewels made by artists and designers. For its first participation, Perimeter honors the African design.
The Artdesign platform is supported by IDEAT Magazine

 

SPRINGTIME IN PARIS

Entitled Springtime in Paris, the VIP programme is designed to highlight the best on what is happening on the Paris art scene with major exhibitions such as Adrian Paci at Jeu de Paume, Anticorps by Antoine d’Agata at le Bal, Correspondances at the Espace culturel Louis Vuitton, Disaster Thaddaeus Ropac’s new gallery space in Pantin, Julio Le Parc at the Palais de Tokyo, Ettore Sottsass at Sèvres-Cité de la Céramique, Walid Raad at the Louvre museum and Alina Szapocznikow, dessins at the Pompidou Centre. At the same time, there are elements of the history of Russian art in Paris on show such as the exhibition entitled Chagall, entre guerre et paix (Chagall between War and Peace) at the Luxembourg museum, Alexei Vassiliev on The Brothers Karamazov at the Maison Victor Hugo, and of course the newly refurbished Zadkine museum.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION
ART PARIS ART FAIR: 28th March – 1st April 2013
Preview (by invitation only) Wednesday 27th March 2013 From 6 pm to 10 pm
Opening Hours: Thursday 28th March, Saturday 30th March and Sunday 31st March, from 11.30 am to 8 pm.
Friday 29th March from 11.30 am to 10 pm – Monday 1st April from 11.30 am to 7 pm
Entry fee: €20/€10 for students and groups – Catalogue: €20
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EXHIBITOR LIST
(as at 9th January 2013)
140 exhibitors
21 countries
61 new galleries
57% French galleries and 43% international galleries

AUSTRIA
Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna

BELGIUM
André Simoens Gallery, Knokke
Bodson-Emelinckx Gallery, Brussels
J. Bastien Art, Brussels
Mazel Gallery, Brussels
NK Gallery, Antwerp
Pascal Janssens Gallery, Gand

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Duplex 10m², Sarajevo

CHINA
10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong
IFA Gallery, Shanghai

GERMANY
°Clair Gallery, Munich/Saint Paul de Vence
Lehr Zeitgenössische Kunst, Köln
Priska Pasquer Gallery, Köln
Renate Bender Gallery, Munich
Tanit Gallery, Munich
Wolkonsky Gallery, Munich

FINLANDE
Galleria Heino, Helsinki

FRANCE
A Galerie, Paris
Acabas, Paris
AD Galerie, Béziers, Montpellier
A2Z Art Galerie, Ivry-sur-Seine
Galerie Alexis Lartigue, Neuilly-sur-Seine
Alfa, Paris
Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris
Galerie Arts d’Australie • Stéphane Jacob, Paris
Backslash Gallery, Paris
Baudoin Lebon, Paris
Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Saint-Etienne
Galerie Bernard Jordan, Paris
Galerie Berthet-Aittouarès, Paris
Galerie Cat-Berro, Paris
Galerie Catherine Houard, Paris
Galerie Catherine Issert, Saint-Paul de Vence
Galerie Catherine Putman, Paris
Galerie Christian Berst, Paris
Galerie Claire Gastaud, Clermont-Ferrand
Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris
Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris
Galerie Coullaud & Koulinsky, Paris
Galerie DA-End, Paris
Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris
Galerie de Roussan, Paris
Domeau & Pérès, La Garenne Colombes
Galerie Dukan, Paris
Galerie Frédéric Moisan, Paris
Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris
Gimpel & Müller, Paris
Galerie Guillaume, Paris
GVQ – Galerie Vanessa Quang, Paris
Galerie Hélène Bailly, Paris
Hervé Perdriolle Inde(s), Paris
Ilan Engel Gallery, Paris
Galerie Imane Farès, Paris
Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris
Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris
JGM Gallery, Paris
J. P. Ritsch-Fisch Galerie, Strasbourg
La Galerie Particulière, Paris
Galerie Lahumière, Paris
Galerie Leonardo Agosti, Sète
Gallery Lélia Mordoch, Paris
Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris
Galerie Maeght, Paris
MAGNIN-A, Paris
MAM Galerie, Rouen
Galerie Melanierio, Nantes
MiniMasterpiece, Paris
Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris, Brussels
Oniris | Gallery d’Art Contemporain, Rennes
Galerie Paris-Beijing, Paris, Brussels
Galerie Patrice Trigano, Paris
Pièce Unique, Paris
Galerie Pierre-Alain Challier, Paris
Galerie Placido, Paris
Galerie Polad Hardouin, Paris
Galerie Rabouan Moussion, Paris
RCM Galerie, Paris
Revue Noire, Paris
Galerie Richard, Paris
Rue Française by Miss China, Paris
Galerie Sator, Paris
Semiose Galerie, Paris
Galerie Slott, Paris
Galerie Véronique Smagghe, Paris
Galerie Suzanne Tarasiève, Paris
Galerie Taïss, Paris
Galerie Taménaga, Paris
Galerie Thessa Herold, Paris
Galerie Tristan, Issy Les Moulineaux
Galerie Vieille du Temple, Paris
Galerie VU’, Paris
W Eric Landau, Paris
XPO Galerie, Paris
Galerie Zürcher, Paris
HUNGARY
Inda Galeria, Budapest
Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts, Budapest
Várfok Gallery, Budapest

ITALY
Edward Cutler Gallery, Milano
Eidos Immagini Contemporanee, Asti
Gagliardi Art System, Turin
Galleria Giuseppe Pero, Milano
Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo
Mimmo Scognamiglio ArteContemporanea, Milano
Venice Projects, Venice

LEBANON
Alice Mogabgab Gallery, Beirut
Mark Hachem Gallery, Beirut, Paris

MONACO
SEM Art Gallery, Monaco

NETHERLANDS
Flatland Gallery, Utrecht, Amsterdam
Gallery Lilja Zakriova, Heusden

RUSSIA
16th LINE Gallery, Rostov-on-Don
Arka Gallery, Vladivostok
Nadja Brykina Gallery, Moscou, Zürich
Erarta Galleries, Saint-Petersburg, London, Zürich
Grinberg Gallery, Moscow
Heritage International Art Gallery, Moscow
Gallery Iragui, Moscow
Marina Gisich Gallery -Ural Vision Gallery, Saint-
Petersburg, Ekaterinburg
Pechersky Gallery, Moscow
Pobeda Gallery, Moscow
pop/off/art Gallery, Moscow, Berlin

SAUDI ARABIA
Lam Art Gallery, Riyad

SLOVENIA
Galerija Fotografija, Lljubljana

SOUTH KOREA
313 Art Project, Seoul
H.A.N. Gallery, Seoul
Nuovo Gallery, Daegu
SPAIN
Michel Soskine Inc, Madrid
Arte Estampa, Madrid

SWITZERLAND
Analix Forever, Geneva
De Primi Fine Art, Lugano
Gallery La Ligne, Zürich

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
The Empty Quarter, Dubai

UNITED KINGDOM
Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
Perimeter, London, Paris
Sarah Myerscough Fine Art, London
Trinity Contemporary, London

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Blue Square Gallery, Washington

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ART + DESIGN
The objective of the Artdesign platform is the exploration of the links and cross-over between design and contemporary art.

Nine cutting-edge galleries have been selected to present one-of -a-kind, exclusive pieces made by contemporary talents. On show will be for example the “sculpture-objects” made by Hubert Le Gall presented as a one-man show by Mazel Gallery, unique pieces by Mattia Bonetti at Cat-Berro gallery, and the latest work by designers Arik Levy, matali Crasset and Pupsam at Slott gallery. Domeau & Pérès gallery will present a thematic « monochrome » show while MiniMasterpiece gallery will uncover jewels made by artists and designers. For its first participation, Perimeter Art & Design honors the African design, while Mitterrand+Cramer Gallery will show work by Maarten Bas, Arik Levy and Tom Dixon.

Discover these 9 galleries on :  http://www.artparis.fr/en/events/3

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