La Biennale Paris 2018
Evento finalizado
sep 2018
sep 2018

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Cuándo: 08 sep de 2018 - 16 sep de 2018
Inauguración: 08 sep de 2018
Dónde: Galeries nationales du Grand Palais / 3, avenue du Général-Eisenhower / Paris, Ile-de-France, Francia
Organizada por: Syndicat National des Antiquaires
Galerías participantes: Ana Chiclana, São Roque Antiguidades e Galeria de Arte
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Publicada el 12 feb de 2018      Vista 169 veces

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The President of the Syndicat National des Antiquaires (SNA), Mathias ARY JAN and the Board members announces that the 30th edition of La Biennale Paris will be held from Saturday 8th to Sunday 16th September at Le Grand Palais des Champs-Elysées (Paris). Christopher Forbes chose to renew his trust and his commitment to the event and will be president of the « Commission Biennale 2018 » for the second year alongside its other valuable members: Prince Amyn AGA KHAN, Max BLUMBERG, Jacques GARCIA, Christian LANGLOIS-MEURINE, d’Alain Dominique PERRIN, Jean Louis REMILLEUX, Roxana VELASQUEZ, Didier WIRTH, Mathias ARY JAN, Anisabelle BERÈS, Alexis BORDES, Corinne KEVORKIAN, Antony JP MEYER et Benjamin STEINITZ. The « Commission Biennale 2018 » will be in charge of orienting this 30th edition and will select carefully its exhibitors. To pursue with the edition of 2017, the President of the CNE (Compagnie Nationale des Experts), Frédéric CASTAING and the President of the SFEP (Syndicat Français des Experts Professionnels en Oeuvres d'Arts), Michel MAKET will head the Admission Committee. From 2017, La Biennale Paris Admission Committee has been completely independent in order to guarantee the visitors and the exhibitors the highest level of transparency, trust and quality of the piece of art presented at La Biennale Paris. La Biennale Paris keeps registering its subscriptions according to its initial schedule and as planned. In March will be held a press conference that will unveiled the exclusivities of this anniversary edition. On the other hand, the Syndicat National des Antiquaires cares about deepening the projects it initiated in 2017 to favor trust and transparency in the art market. Therefore, it will introduce the first International Summit of the Art Market. Last but not least, the SNA deplores that the announcement of the creation of a new fair next October led to the diffusion of incorrect and unfounded information regarding La Biennale Paris. That information clearly comes from a poisoning and chocking media operation motivated by the revenge of a former member of the Syndicat revoked in 2014 (decision confirmed by two judgments and one of the Paris Court of Appeal on the 20th June 2017). The SNA deeply regrets the rumors targeting La Biennale Paris that are false. She confirms that more than 32 000 people visited its last edition increasing the number of visitors by 8% compared to 2016. Moreover, it indeed resulted in in budget surplus of 300 000 euros reallocated to the associative actions of the SNA and the organization of the 2018’s edition of La Biennale Paris. All these data are freely available upon request. The Syndicat National des Antiquaires keeps very skeptical regarding the truth of the announcement made by the new opening fair « Sublime » as several of them seem unconfirmed yet. As a result, the SNA strongly recommend wisdom and judgement in the upcoming months. EXHIBITORS: GALERIE ARY JAN, Paris Ary Jan gallery specialises in French and European painting of the late XIXth and early XXth century, with a particular focus on the Orientalist school and the Belle Époque. Through its rigorous curating process, it has become one of Europe’s most highly-esteemed galleries in its field of specialty. Speciality: Orientalism and Belle Epoque AR-PAB, Lisbon & Paris Established in Lisbon since 2007, Álvaro Roquette and Pedro Bourbon de Aguiar-Branco specialise in furniture and works of art from the Indo-Portuguese era. Speciality: Indo-Portuguese furniture HELENE BAILLY GALLERY, Paris Beyond its exhibition program and its artistic projects, the Hélène Bailly gallery collaborates with prestigious institutions such as the Musée d'Orsay, the Musée Jacquemart-André in Paris, the Courbet Museum in Ornans, the Musée de l’Annonciade in Saint-Tropez or the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Speciality: Modern and contemporary paintings GALERIE JACQUES BARRÈRE, Paris Since 1969, it has organised exhibitions to promote art from the Far East to museums and collectors. It specialises in Chinese art objects: sculpture, archaeology, ceramics and decorative arts, as well as Japanese sculpture and porcelain. Speciality: Asian Art - Art from the Far East GALERIE BERÈS, Paris Gallery Berès was founded in 1952 by Huguette Berès. Now headed by his daughter Anisabelle Berès and her granddaughter Florence Montanari. The gallery specialises in avant-garde movements in France, the XIXth to the XXth century in contemporary art. Speciality: Paintings and drawings from the XIXth and XXth centuries GALERIE BOULAKIA, Paris Gallery Boulakia opened in 1971 on the left bank of Bonaparte street and has been established for 20 years avenue Matignon. The founding family is still in control and continuously succeeds in exhibiting renowned artists from the modern and contemporary art movements such as Basquiat, Dubuffet, Warhol ... Speciality: Modern and contemporary paintings GALERIE NICOLAS BOURRIAUD, Paris Nicolas Bourriaud discovered his passion for XIXth and XXth centuries sculptures. As an expert, he offers the public a large choice of sculptures and bronzes in his Parisian gallery, and on international exhibitions. Speciality: XIXth and XXth century sculptures and bronzes CAHN A. G., Basel For more than 150 years, Cahn AG has been specialised in the classical archaeology market. His line of conduct, enriched by his expertise, led him to carefully study the origin of his pieces. Speciality: Archeology BRAME & LAURENCEAU, Paris Brame & Lorenceau was born from the fusion of two galleries founded in Paris in 1864, one by Hector Brame, the other by Jean Lorenceau. Established in 1921, the gallery remains true to the art of the XIXth and early XXth century while overarching to the post-war period. Speciality: Modern and contemporary paintings ANA CHICLANA, Madrid & Paris Present in Madrid for fifteen years but also in Paris, the Ana Chiclana Gallery is specialised in the field of paintings and ancient Spanish drawings. Speciality: Old paintings and drawings GALERIE LAURENT DODIER, The Val-Saint-Père Based in the bay of the Mont Saint Michel since 1961, Laurent Dodier Gallery is a specialist in tribal arts from Africa, Oceania and the American continent. Laurent Dodier has been an expert in tribal art since 2005. Each year, the gallery takes part in significant events of its field. Specialty: Archeology and primitive arts; Africa, America, Oceania GALERIE FLEURY, Paris Founded by Christian Fleury in 1988 in Nîmes, the gallery moved to Paris in 2007. Now run by her two sons, the gallery offers a rigorous selection of major works from Fauvism, Cubism and abstract art from the 50s. Speciality: Contemporary paintings and drawings GALERIE YVES GASTOU, Paris Yves Gastou opened his Parisian gallery specialised in Decorative Arts of the twentieth century in 1986, in a space designed by Ettore Sottsass. Joined by his son Victor in 2005, Yves Gastou continues to exhibit both his modular and recreational furniture of the 60s and 70s. Speciality: Decorative Arts of the 20th century GALERIE KEVORKIAN, Paris The gallery was established in 1923 and developed a strong reputation over the course of three generations. Behind this success are passionate antique experts and dealers who have contributed to building or enriching some of the most important French and international collections, in the public as well as the private spheres. Speciality: Oriental Archeology, Arts of Islam and India GALERIE JACQUES LACOSTE, Paris As a specialist in decorative arts from the XXth century, Jacques Lacoste has presented French creations from the 50s since 1986. The gallery continually presents the artists Jean Royère, Mathieu Mategot, Alexandre Noll, George Jouve, Serge Mouille and Max Ingrand. Speciality: Decorative Arts of the twentieth century GALERIE MARCILHAC, Paris Galerie Marcilhac is the oldest gallery in Paris dedicated to Decorative Arts of the XXth century. Located in the heart of the 6th arrondissement and under the direction of Félix Marcilhac, the gallery presents unique works from 1920 to 1940. Speciality: Decorative Arts from the XXth century GALERIE MEYER OCEANIC & ESKIMO ART, Paris Since 1986, the Meyer Oceanic & Eskimo Art Gallery is dedicated to Ocean Art and exhibits works of art from the Pacific exclusively: Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia and Australia. Since 2010, the gallery is also interested in Eskimo primitive art. Speciality: Oceanic Art and Eskimo Primitive Art LA PENDULERIE, Paris Established in 1985 and managed by Christophe Guérin, La Pendulerie is the only brand to offer such an significant ensemble of exceptional clocks ranging from fire clocks, cards to art objects. Speciality: clocks MARC MAISON, Saint Ouen For 30 years, Marc Maison has specialised in garden antiques and French architectural elements. He travels throughout France and Europe to find ancient elements of interior decoration and monumental architecture. Marc Maison is an restless defender of quality, authenticity and transparency and is based in France. Speciality: Furniture and art objects from 1850 and beyond GALERIE PERRIN, Paris Dedicated to the arts for the past three generations, the Perrin family is one of the leading specialists of French art since the XVIIIth century. Speciality: Furniture XVIIIth - Works of art SÃO ROQUE, Lisbon With a longstanding tradition and a solid reputation in the world of antiquities for 30 years, the São Roque Gallery has become a reference for collectors and international museums. It occupies today a predominant position on the market of Art and Antiquities. Speciality: Portuguese Empire of the XVth to the XVIIth century ROSENBERG & CO., New-York Rosenberg & Co., based in New York, continues the tradition of the Rosenberg family to exhibit both modern and contemporary art. The Rosenberg family exhibits the works of international modern artists and has established one of the most prominent galleries in the world notably by representing modern masters of art such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Fernand Léger and Georges Braque.. Speciality: Modern Art CLARA SCREMINI GALLERY, Paris The Clara Scremini Gallery‘s unique history spanning more than 35 years, has made a lasting impression, in particular in the field of Contemporary Art Glass. Being related to three generations of artists from around the world, she promotes a punchy attitude, original perspectives and perpetual creation. During each discovery, the viewer can sense the unmitigated audacity of risk and fervent commitment in the works of her chosen artists. Specialty: glass and contemporary ceramics ROBERTAEBASTA, Milan Roberta Tagliavini, founded the Robertaebasta gallery in Milan in 1967. The exposed art pieces include works by famous artists such as Terragni, Lancia, Venini, Richard Ginori, Lenci, Rulhmann, and Arbus. In 1986, the Robertaebasta Gallery was invited to participate in the international exhibition in New York where it was met with great and everlasting success. Speciality: Decorative Arts of the twentieth century UNIVERS DU BRONZE, Paris The Universe Bronze gallery was founded in 1986 and presents works of the major sculptors of the XIXth and XXth centuries. The artists represented include Barye, Bugatti, Carpeaux, Giacometti, Degas, Maillol, Rodin ... Speciality: Sculptures from the XIXth and XXth century GALERIE TAMÉNAGA, Tokyo, Paris, Osaka In 1969, Kiyoshi Taménaga opened the only gallery in Japan specialized in the masterpieces of the western world. He accomplished this by acquiring works by artists such as Picasso, Van Dongen, Chagall, Kisling ... his gallery opened in Paris in 1971 on Avenue Matignon. It will be the first to have been opened by a Japanese merchant in Paris and remains the largest in the capital. Speciality: Modern and contemporary paintings TANAKAYA, Paris The Tanakaya Gallery was created in 1988 by Tamio Ikeda in the district of Saint-Germain des Prés. With several national, European and non-European museums as part of its clientele, the gallery participates each year In international fairs, including TEFAF in Maastricht and BRAFA in Brussels. Speciality: Original Japanese prints, paintings and Japanese art objects STEINITZ, Paris Established in 1968, The Steinitz House has achieved worldwide renown and has forged unique relationships with museums and cultural institutions, such as the Louvre Museum or the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York Benjamin Steinitz now chairs the gallery. The opening of the new Steinitz Gallery, rue Royale, has helped establish a dialogue between ancient objects of varied origins and modern pieces. Speciality: Furniture and works of art GALERIE SISMANN, Paris The Sismann Gallery was founded in 1994. Now paramount, it is in France the only space dedicated to European sculpture from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Classical and Baroque periods. Some of the gallery’s discoveries are in private art collections but also in renowned institutions. Specialty: Haute Epoque, ancient European sculpture WHITFORD FINE ART, London Founded in 1973, Whitford Fine Art is an international gallery, located in the St. James district of London, under the management of Adrian Mibus and An Jo Fermon. Whitford Fine Art participates in international art fairs in London, Paris, Brussels and New York. Speciality: Postwar Abstraction and British Pop Art


el 26 jun de 2018 por ARTEINFORMADO


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