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Art Paris Art Fair
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Art Paris Art Fair 2016
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Art Paris Art Fair 2016

March 31–April 3, 2016 

 

Grand Palais
Paris

www.artparis.com

“Discovery” and “exploration” are the bywords that define Art Paris Art Fair, the leading springtime event in Paris for modern and contemporary art. From March 31 to April 3, the 17th edition brings together under the glass roof of the Grand Palais 143 galleries from 22 countries which includes for the first time Azerbaijan, Colombia and Iran.

South Korea is the guest of honour of the 2016 edition.

With some 80 artists represented, the fair will offer an outstanding panorama of the Korean art scene, revealing the striking richness of the art scene from “the land of the morning calm,” with work dating back to the 1960s, right up to the present day’s boom in contemporary creativity. It includes the historic masters of abstraction (Ungno Lee, Myeong-ro Youn) and icons like Lee Ufan and Lee Bae, as well as young rising stars such as Kiwon Park who is showing a monumental installation at the entrance of the Grand Palais entitled Flash Wall (2014). There is also a programme of performances called “Rituals” with artists Yeesookyung and Young In Houng as well as a series of events throughout the city including a spectacular installation by Chung Hyun called A Man Standing in the gardens of the Palais Royal.

South Korea Guest of Honour at Art Paris Art Fair 2016 is part of the official programme of France-Korea Year 2015–16.

Monumental video projections on the façade of the Grand Palais
In partnership with Vidélio, Art Paris Art Fair will present a projection of monumental video works on the façade of the Grand Palais every night for the duration of the fair. Six projects have been selected from the following artists and collectives: Kim Joon (Park Ryu Sook Gallery), Moon Pil Shim (Shilla and Anne Lahumière galleries), Kim Yong Min (Paik Hae Young), Antoine Schmitt (Galerie Charlot), Hypnotica (YAY Gallery) and Encor Studio (Galerie Madé).

Daum exhibition on the theme of street art
Art Paris Art Fair is pleased to welcome Daum as official partner of the fair.
For more than a century, there has been an on-going love story between Daum, the legendary crystal and glass manufacturer and the leading artists of the day, giving their work a second lease on life in glass and colour. From the École de Nancy to Art Nouveau and Art Deco, Majorelle, Dali, Georges Braque and Arman, Daum has missed none of the great moments of artistic creation and modern know-how with this everlasting marriage between art and craft.

Daum will bring at Art Paris Art Fair a specific exhibition on the theme of street art for which it has collaborated with a number of artists: Cyril Phan, aka Kongo, one of the leading figures of graffiti art, French street artist Jérôme Mesnager, Romuald Hazoumé who stands out against modern slavery, Gonçalo Mabunda who uses weapons as a creative medium and finally, Alain Séchas who is influenced by the world of comics.

Solo Show on Bus Expo
Also new this year is Bus Expo, in partnership with Air France, offering an itinerant exhibition to five of the artists from the Solo Show section of the fair. The objective is to make contemporary art available to the widest possible audience, which resonates with the values of Art Paris Art Fair and its aim of being a spring fair accessible to art lovers from all walks of life.

The five selected artists are Geneviève Claisse (Galerie Fleury, Paris), Hervé Di Rosa (Art To Be Gallery, Lille), Katinka Lampe (Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris), Antoine Roegiers (Art Bärtschi & Cie, Geneva) and Fadid Yazigi (Galerie Tanit, Munich).

Artists

10 Chancery Lane Gallery (Hong Kong)
Galerie 111 (Paris) *
313 ART PROJECT (Séoul)
50 Golborne (Londres) *
55Bellechasse (Paris)
Galerie 8+4 – Paris (Suresnes, Paris)

A. Galerie (Paris)
A2Z Art Gallery (Paris)
ABC-ARTE (Gênes) *
AD Galerie (Montpellier)
L’Agence à Paris (Paris)
Galerie ALB – Anouk Le Bourdiec (Paris)
Allegra Nomad Gallery (Bucarest)
Galeria Miquel Alzueta (Barcelone) *
Analix Forever (Genève)
Galerie l’antichambre (Chambéry) *
Archiraar Gallery (Bruxelles)
Art Bärtschi & Cie (Genève) *
Art to Be Gallery (Lille) *
ART’LOFT, Lee-Bauwens Gallery (Bruxelles) *
Galerie Arts d’Australie • Stéphane Jacob (Paris)

Bildhalle (Kilchberg/Zurich) *
Boxart (Vérone) *
Galerie Cédric Bacqueville (Lille)
Helene Bailly Gallery (Paris)
Bailly Gallery (Genève) *
La Balsa Arte (Bogota, BO) *
Galerie Géraldine Banier (Paris)
Galerie Béa-Ba (Marseille) *
Beautiful Asset Art Project (Beijing)
Galerie Claude Bernard (Paris)
Galerie Françoise Besson (Lyon)
Galerie Binôme (Paris)
Bogéna Galerie (Saint-Paul-de-Vence)
Rutger Brandt Gallery (Amsterdam) *
Galerie Jean Brolly (Paris)

Galerie du Centre (Paris) *
Galerie Pierre-Alain Challier (Paris)
Galerie Charlot (Paris)
Galerie Cinema Anne-Dominique Toussaint (Paris) *

Galerie D.X (Bordeaux)
Galerie Da-End (Paris)
De Primi Fine Art (Lugano)
Galerie Valerie Delaunay (Paris) *
Ditesheim & Maffei Fine Art SA (Neuchâtel) *

Galerie Eric Dupont (Paris) *
Espace L (Genève) *

Galerie Faider (Bruxelles) *
Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris)
Galerie Fleury (Paris) *
Flowers Gallery (Londres, New York)

Galerie Bob Gysin (Zurich) *
Galerie Pascal Gabert (Paris) *
Gana Art (Séoul) *
Galerie Claire Gastaud (Clermont-Ferrand)
Gimpel & Müller (Paris, Londres)
Galerie Gourvennec Ogor (Marseille) *

Galerie Hoffmann (Friedberg) *
Galerie Thessa Herold (Paris)
Galerie Ernst Hilger (Vienne, Wien)
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery (Londres, New York)
Huberty & Breyne Gallery (Bruxelles, Paris)

ifa gallery (Brussels, Shanghai)
Andrea Ingenito Contemporary Art (Naples, Milan) *
Intersections (Singapour)

JanKossen Contemporary (Bâle, New York)

Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts (Budapest)
Klein Sun Gallery (New York) *
Galerie Koralewski (Paris)

Galerie Pascal Lansberg (Paris) *
Galerie La Forest Divonne (Paris)
Galerie La Ligne (Zurich)
Galerie Lahumière (Paris)
Galerie Fred Lanzenberg (Bruxelles) *
Galerie Alexis Lartigue (Paris)
Galerie Lazarew (Paris, Bruxelles) *
Baudoin Lebon (Paris)
Galerie Claude Lemand (Paris)
Eric Linard Edition (La Garde-Adhémar) *
Galerie Françoise Livinec (Paris, Huelgoat)
Galerie Maria Lund (Paris)

Maëlle Galerie (Paris) *
Galerie Madé (Paris) *
Magnin-A (Paris) *
Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art (Vienne, Salzbourg)
Mazel Galerie (Bruxelles) *
Galerie Lélia Mordoch (Paris, Miami)
Galerie Pascaline Mulliez (Paris)

Galerie Najuma (Marseille)
Galerie NeC nilsson et chiglien (Paris)
NH Galeria (Cartagena de Indias) *

Galerie Nathalie Obadia (Paris, Bruxelles)
Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art (London) *
ON/gallery (Beijing, Hong Kong)
Galerie Oniris – Florent Paumelle (Rennes)

Paik Hae Young Gallery (Seoul) *
Galerie Paris-Beijing (Paris, Beijing)
Christine Park Gallery (Londres) *
Park Ryu Sook Gallery (Séoul) *
Galerie Françoise Paviot (Paris) *
Galerie Hervé Perdriolle (Paris) *
Galerie des petits carreaux (Paris, Saint-Briac)
Photo12 Galerie (Paris, Santa Monica) *
Galerie Polad-Hardouin (Paris)
Primae Noctis Art Gallery (Lugano) *
Progettoarte elm (Milan)

Galerie Rabouan Moussion (Paris)
J. P. Ritsch-Fisch Galerie (Strasbourg)
Galerie RX (Ivry-sur-Seine) *

Salamatina Gallery (Garden City, New York)
School Gallery / Olivier Castaing (Paris)
Mimmo Scognamiglio Artecontemporanea (Milan)
Eduardo Secci Contemporary (Florence, Pietrasanta)
Sèvres – Cité de la céramique (Sèvres, Paris) *
Gallery Shilla (Daegu) *
Silk Road Gallery (Téhéran) *
Gallery Simon (Séoul) *
Alexandre Skinas Gallery (Athènes, Paris) *
Galerie Véronique Smagghe (Paris)
Gallery SoSo (Paju) *
Speerstra Gallery (Bursins) *
Sundaram Tagore Gallery (Singapour, New York, Hong Kong)

Galerie Taménaga (Paris, Tokyo, Osaka) *
Galerie Tanit (Beyrouth, Munich)
Galerie Daniel Templon (Paris, Bruxelles)
Galerie Andres Thalmann (Zurich)
Galerie Patrice Trigano (Paris)
Galerie Tristan (Issy-Les-Moulineaux)

under construction gallery (Paris) *
UM Gallery (Séoul) *

Galerie Vallois (Paris) *
Galerie Francesco Vangelli De’ Cresci (Paris) *
Galerie Pascal Vanhoecke (Cachan (Paris))
Sabine Vazieux (Paris)
Galerie Michel Vidal (Paris)
Bernard Vidal – Nathalie Bertoux – art contemporain (Paris) *
Studio Giangaleazzo Visconti (Milan) *

Galerie Wagner (Le Touquet Paris-Plage) *
Galerie Olivier Waltman (Paris, Miami)
White Space Gallery (Londres) *
Wild Project Gallery (Luxembourg) *

Galerie Xenon (Bordeaux) *

Yay Gallery (Bakou) *

 

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Practical information 
Preview (by invitation only): Wednesday March 30, 2016, 6–10pm
Hours: Thursday, March 31, 11:30am–8pm
Friday, April 1, 11:30am–9pm
Saturday, April 2, 11:30am–8pm
Sunday, April 3, 11:30am–7pm
Entrance fee: 25 / 12 EUR students and groups
Catalogue: 15 EUR

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