New Parisian drawing, painting and sculpture fairSeptember 7, 2017
Fine Art Paris to open doors for the first time in November
A new art fair is coming to Paris this fall after a reshuffle at the Palais Brongniart. Fine Arts Paris will open its doors for the first time on November 8 through to November 12.
The organisers of the successful Salon du Dessin (Drawing Fair) are behind the inaugural Fine Arts Paris fair which will combine the three major disciplines of drawing, painting and sculpture. 34 internationally renowned galleries will be showing pieces dating from the 16th century to the present day.
The organisers behind Fine Art Paris say, “diversity and quality are the hallmarks of this new fair, whether in media, periods, subjects on view, but also budgets because museum quality works exhibited by major galleries can be shown alongside “discoveries” by young dealers presented at lower prices.”
The new art fair fills the gap left by the European Old Masters Paris Tableau, which left the Palais Brongniart venue two years ago. In 2016, the fair instead participated in the overhauled Biennale des Antiquaires and this year, it looked internationally for a new venue and turned to Brussels.
The exhibitors of Fine Arts Paris, are:
Didier Aaron – France
Aktis Gallery – England
Galerie Édouard Ambroselli – France
Antonacci-Lapiccirella Fine Art – Italy
Paolo Antonacci Srl – Italy
Arnoldi-Livie – Germany
Bailly Gallery – Switzerland
Galerie de Bayser – France
Brame & Lorenceau – France
Exhibitor: Paolo Antonacci Srl – Italy
Galerie Canesso – France
Art Cuéllar-Nathan – Switzerland
Galerie Michel Descours – France
Galerie Xavier Eeckhout – France
Galerie Fabienne Fiacre – France
Éric Gillis Fine Art – Belgium
Jean-François Heim – Switzerland
Jill Newhouse Gallery – U.S.
Galerie De Jonckheere – Switzerland
Galerie Chantal Kiener – France
José de la Mano Galerìa de Arte – Spain
Mathieu Néouze – France
Galerie Orsay Paris – France
Pandora Old Masters Inc. – U.S.
Porcini – Italy
Galerie de la Présidence – France
Benjamin Proust Fine Art Ltd – England
Artur Ramon Art – Spain
Galerie Charles Ratton et Guy Ladrière – France
Rosenberg & Co. – U.S.
Talabardon & Gautier – France
Galerie Terrades – France
Trebosc & Van Lelyveld – France
W.M. Brady & Co. – U.S