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ART PARIS ART FAIR 2017 - MARCH 30 > APRIL 2, 2017 @ArtParisArtFair

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MARCH 30 > APRIL 2, 2017

52 948 visitors from 50 countries in 2016 • 6 500m2 at the Grand Palais in the heart of Paris • 138 exhibitors from 29 countries • 2.200 artists represented • 44% foreign participants • 56% French galleries • 50% newcomers
Over 155 advertisements in the French and international press • 2 500 posters in central Paris • 1 200 journalists accredited • Some 600 articles in the media in 25 countries • 551.713 hits on www.artparis .com (240 106 single visitors).
Cosmopolitan, local, regional and international
Held form 30th March to 2nd April 2017, Art Paris Art Fair is a springtime art fair focusing on discovery. Art Paris Art Fair brings together 139 galleries from 29 countries at the Grand Palais to explore European art from the post war period to the present day as well as international emerging art scenes.
Exploration, commitment and innovation
Since 2012, the fair has built a reputation for its exploration of art scenes from around the world. After Asia, Art Paris Art Fair continues in its commitment to bring to light emerging art scenes. In 2017 Africa is guest of honour with a project curated by independent cultural consultant and exhibition curator Marie-Ann Yemsi. The objective is to work with galleries and artists from both the African continent and the diaspora to highlight the richness and diversity of contemporary African creativity. A symposium, a programme of video projections and several special projects will broaden this exploration and offer an in-depth vision of the creative fertility and energy of the African continent.
Solo Show
Introduced in 2015, the “Solo Show” section includes some 20 galleries disseminated throughout the fair. This section designed to encourage the discovery or rediscovery of the work of a particular modern, contemporary or emerging artist. Special sponsored rates apply to “Solo Show” and a significant media campaign is designed to promote it. This includes the renewed partnership between Art Paris Art Fair and Le Bus Direct Paris Aeroport. In this joint project, five artists from the 2017 “Solo Show” section are selected and their work displayed on the buses.
Art Paris Art Fair supports young galleries and emerging talents. The “Promises” section is dedicated to young galeries that are under six years old. It is located in the centre of the Grand Palais and is made up of 12 galleries that may present up to three artists maximum. The fair covers part of their costs.
The walls: showcasing historic and contemporary work
At Art Paris Art Fair, the North and South walls of the Grand Palais are made available for rare historic works or specific contemporary creations.
Paris capital of the arts
The City of Lights is experiencing an exceptional artistic and architectural regeneration with the opening in 2017 of several new institutions and foundations. The “Springtime in Paris” VIP programme offers collectors and art professionals access to the best of what is on in Paris, this year with a special focus on Africa.
Making contemporary art accessible to all
Art Paris Art Fair is dedicated to making contemporary art accessible to the widest possible audience, offering some 80 guided tours of the fair as well as a number of specific tools, in particular its elaborate yet eminently practical website. It presents a virtual visit of the fair and filters that allow visitors to search for works by artist, price, geographical provenance and technique. Also available on location are flyers for each gallery that provide visitors with information on the works on offer and a way to navigate the fair.

Exhibitor (City) :
/ 1,242 South-East (Mon trésor) * / Galerie 3032 (Paris) * / 313 Art Project (Séoul) / 50 Golborne (London) / Galerie 8+4 - Paris (Suresnes, Paris) / Galeria Alvaro Alcazar (Madrid) * / ARTCO Gallery (Aachen) * / A. Galerie (Paris) / A.GORGI CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY (Sidi Bou Said) * / A2Z Art Gallery (Paris, Hong Kong) / ABC-ARTE (Gênes) / AD Galerie (Montpellier) / ADN Galería (Barcelona) * / Afriart Gallery Kampala (Kampala) * / AFRONOVA GALLERY (Johannesburg) * / L'Agence à Paris (Paris) / Galerie ALB - Anouk Le Bourdiec (Paris) / Allegra Nomad Gallery (Bucarest) / Galeria Miquel Alzueta (Barcelone) / Ambacher Contemporary (Munich, Paris) * / Galerie Andres Thalmann (Zurich) / Anna Marra Contemporanea (Roma) * / Galerie anne-marie et roland pallade (LYON) * / Archiraar Gallery (Bruxelles) / Art to Be Gallery (Lille) / Art Twenty One (Lagos) * / ART'LOFT, Lee-Bauwens Gallery (Bruxelles) / Artelli Gallery (Antwerp) * / Artisyou (Paris, Saint-Tropez) * / Galerie Arts d'Australie • Stéphane Jacob (Paris) / Galerie Atiss (Dakar) * / Bildhalle (Zurich) / Galerie Bert (Paris) * / Galerie Cédric Bacqueville (Lille) / La Balsa Arte (Bogota) / BENJAMIN SEBBAN FINE ART (Paris) * / Galerie Claude Bernard (Paris) / Galerie Bertheas les Tournesols (Saint Etienne, Vichy, Paris) * / Galerie Berthet-Aittouarès (Paris) * / Galerie Binome (Paris) / Bogéna Galerie (Saint-Paul-de-Vence) / Rutger Brandt Gallery (Amsterdam) / Galeria Cortina (Barcelona) * / Galerie Cécile Fakhoury (Abidjan) * / Galerie Charlot (Paris) / Galerie Christophe Tailleur (Strasbourg) * / Galerie Mathias Coullaud (Paris) * / Galerie D.X (Bordeaux) / Galerie Michel Descours (Lyon) * / DIE Galerie (Francfort-sur-le-Main) * / GALERIE DIL (PARIS) * / Fondation Donwahi (Abidjan) * / Dupré & Dupré Gallery (Béziers) * / Ed Cross Fine Art (London) * / ELA - Espaço Luanda Arte (Luanda) * / ELMARSA Gallery (Tunis, Dubai) * / Espace L (Genève) / Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris) / Flatland Gallery (Amsterdam) * / Galerie Fleury (Paris) / Galerie Franzis Engels (Amsterdam) * / Galerie Pascal Gabert (Paris) / Galerie Michel Giraud (Paris, Luxembourg) * / Gimpel & Müller (Paris, Londres) / GNF Gallery (Bruxelles) * / GNYP (Berlin) * / Galerie Philippe Gravier (Paris, Saint Cyr en Arthies) * / Galerie Thessa Herold (Paris) / Galerie Ernst Hilger (Vienne) / Galerie Catherine Houard (Paris) * / Huberty & Breyne Gallery (Bruxelles, Paris) / In Camera (Paris) * / Frans Jacobs Fine Art (Hilversum) * / JORDAN/SEYDOUX — Drawings and Prints (Berlin) * / Galería JUANA DE AIZPURU (MADRID) * / Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts (Budapest) / Galerie Koralewski (Paris) / LN Edition (Paris) * / Lise Braun Collection (colmar, Miami) * / Galerie La Forest Divonne (Paris, Bruxelles) / Galerie La Ligne (Zurich) / Galerie Lahumière (Paris) / Galerie Alexis Lartigue (Paris) / baudoin lebon (Paris) / Galerie Claude Lemand (Paris) / Galerie Françoise Livinec (Paris, Huelgoat) / Loft Art Gallery (Casablanca) * / Loo & Lou Gallery (Paris) * / Galerie Maria Lund (Paris) / Magnin-A (Paris) / Galerie MAM (Douala) * / Mark Hachem Paris Marais (PARIS, Paris) * / Martin du Louvre (Paris) * / Galerie Maubert (Paris) * / Mo J Gallery (Busan, Seoul) * / Montoro12 Contemporary Art (Rome) * / Galerie Lélia Mordoch (Paris, Miami) / Galerie NeC nilsson et chiglien (Paris) / Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris / Bruxelles (Paris, Bruxelles) / October Gallery (London) * / Galerie Omagh (Paris) * / ON/gallery (Beijing, Hong Kong) / Perpitch & Bringand (Paris) * / Galerie Paris-Beijing (Paris) / Galerie Françoise Paviot (Paris) / Galerie des petits carreaux (Saint Briac sur Mer) / Phosphorus & Carbon (Daegu, Ulleung) * / Galerie Guy Pieters (Sint-Martens-Latem, Knokke) * / Progettoarte elm (Milan) / The Ravestijn Gallery (Amsterdam) * / Galerie Rabouan Moussion (Paris) / Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery (Londres, New York) / J. P. Ritsch-Fisch Galerie (Strasbourg) / SODA gallery (Bratislava) * / Salamatina Gallery (Garden City, Atlanta) / Galerie Natalie Seroussi (Paris) * / Galerie Nicolas Silin (Paris) * / Alexandre Skinas Gallery (Athènes, Paris) / Galerie Véronique Smagghe (Paris) / Galerie Caroline Smulders (Paris) * / SOBERING GALERIE (PARIS) * / Speerstra Gallery (Bursins - Suisse) / Gallery Tableau (Seoul) * / Galerie Taménaga (Paris, Tokyo, Osaka) / Galerie Tanit (Beyrouth, Munich) / Galerie Daniel Templon (Paris, Bruxelles) / Tiwani Contemporary (Londres) * / Galerie Patrice Trigano (Paris) / Tyburn Gallery (London) * / Galerie Vallois (Paris) / Galerie Pascal Vanhoecke (Cachan (Paris)) / Galerie Liusa Wang (Paris) * / Galerie Wagner (Le Touquet Paris-Plage) / Galerie Olivier Waltman (Paris, Miami, Londres) / WHATIFTHEWORLD (Cape Town) * / White Space Gallery (Londres, London) / Wild Project Gallery (Luxembourg) / Galerie Esther Woerdehoff (Paris) * / Espace Meyer Zafra (Paris) * /
Trade Opening By invitation only: Wednesday 29th March: 2pm – 6pm
Vernissage By invitation only: Wednesday 29th March: 6pm – 10pm
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Open to the public: Thursday 30th March 11.30am – 8pm
Friday 31st April 11.30am – 9pm
Saturday 1st April 11.30am – 8pm
Sunday 2nd April 11.30am – 7pm
Entrance fee :
Adults and children over age 10: €25
Students and groups of 10 or more: €12
Free admission for children under age 10

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