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Art Paris 2015

  • Art Paris 2015
  • Art Paris 2015
March 24, 2015

If you are an art lover or collector, you should definitely be in Paris in the end of March. The Art Paris Art Fair will bring together 145 galleries from some 20 countries at the Grand Palais, including for the first time, Morocco, Romania, Turkey and Singapore. This art fair presents a wide range of artistic media, with different styles, movements and art works from different periods. It focuses on modern and contemporary art, but it also shows design, photography and art books. Since the art fair has strong international focus, it has positioned itself as a pioneer in the exploration of regions of the world whose artistic creation is seldom, if ever, shown in France. This year’s guests of honor are Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Art Paris 2015 has several separate sections, including General Sector, Solo Show, Promises, ArtDesign and Singapore and Southeast Asia Guests of Honor. Since 2012, the fair has undergone a profound renewal with some 50 % newcomers and galleries from abroad. The art fair will accompany an amazing additional program as well.

Art Paris 2015
Markus Åkesson – Girl with an enamel tongue, 2014 (Galerie Da-End)

Art Paris 2015 Highlights

One of the highlights of the Art Paris Art Fair is certainly the Singapore and Southeast Asia guests of honor. This platform is directed by Iola Lenzi, a curator, researcher and Southeast Asia specialist. The vibrant art scene of Burma, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand will be presented. A program of talks and video screenings will complement this presentation of what is a little known but booming art scene and art market as well. The artists from these countries will be presented by Eight Singapore-based galleries, including Art Plural Gallery, STPI, Chan Hampe Galleries, Element Art Space, Yeo Workshop, iPreciation, Intersections and Sundaram Tagore Gallery. The general sector will also include a number of galleries and artists from Southeast Asia, including Burma’s Aung Ko at Primo Marella, Vietnam’s Dinh Q. Le and Bui Cong Khanh at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, and from the Philippines, Manuel Ocampo at Nathalie Obadia and Alfredo & Isabel Aquilizan at Hélène Bailly. This year’s general sector has undergone deep changes with the arrival of modern art galleries such as Boisserée from Cologne, Luca Tommasi from Milan, Galerie Maeght from Paris, as well as others dealing in contemporary work such as Plutschow and Andrés Thalmann from Zürich, Flowers from London, Renate Bender and Tanit from Munich, Maria Lund from Paris and Istanbul’s Sanatorium and Krampf Gallery.

Art Paris 2015
Chul-Hyun Ahn – Emptiness, 2002 (Galerie Paris-Beijing)

Art Paris 2015 Program

Singapore and Southeast Asia are one of the highlights of the art fair, however there are dozens of extraordinary artists and galleries that will present their work during the Art Paris 2015. Amazing pieces of contemporary photography, sculpture, paintings and other media by internationally recognized artists will be presented. The Promises sector is particularly interesting. It was introduced in 2013, as a way of promoting the discovery of new international talents. This year it includes 12 galleries that are under five years old and are taking part in the fair for the first time. They include Podbielski (Berlin), Christopher Gerber (Lausanne), Heinzer Reszler (Lausanne), Jo van de Loo (Münich), TJ Boulting (London), Galerie ArchiRAAR (Brussels) and Rivière / Faiveley (Paris). A big novelty at Art Paris 2015 is the record number of exhibitors in the Solo Show sector, including Atelier Van Lieshout (Carpenters Workshop Gallery), Thomas Agrinier (Galerie Estace) Henni Alftan (Galerie Claire Gastaud), Nicolas Alquin (Galerie Koralewski), Shaun Gladwell (Analix Forever), Herbert Hamak (Tanit), Ren Hang (Galerie Nicolas Hugo), Patrick Hughes (Flowers Gallery) and many others. The ArtDesign section explores the relationship between design and contemporary art. The section will present unique or very limited edition pieces produced by contemporary talents. Journalist Élodie Palasse Leroux, design columnist, curator (50 Years of Singapore Design), founder of Sleek Design, is overseeing the 2015 selection that includes Nec Nilsson et Chiglien, School Gallery/ Olivier Castaing and Armel Soyer.

Art Paris 2015
Emilie Benoist – Micro-Mousse, 2010 (School Gallery Olivier Castaing)

Additional Program

Art Paris 2015 will have quite rich additional program, but there are two big events that should be underlined. They are Art Books – Librairie L’Écume des pages and the Springtime in Paris VIP programme. Every hour for the duration of the fair, artists, authors and art historians will meet the public and sign their books. An extraordinary list of artist’s books and books about art will be presented within this program of Art Books. The Springtime in Paris VIP programme highlights the outstanding revival of the Parisian art scene, the new venues such as the Appartement, the Louis Vuitton Foundation with its inaugural exhibition The Keys of a Passion, the Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation and the Philharmonie de Paris.

Art Paris 2015
Liu Bolin – Pharmacy, 2013 (Galerie Paris-Beijing )

Art Paris 2015 Practical Information

The main venue of the Art Paris 2015 is Grand Palais. Tickets can be bought for € 22, while the catalogue costs € 15. The Art Paris Art Fair begins on March 26th and will last until March 29th.

You can find the virtual tour and art fair floorplan here.

Widewalls is covering all major art fairs in March. In case you missed, check out our articles about Salon du Dessin, Art Fair Tokyo and Art Dubai 2015.

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Scroll down, and take a look at the list of exhibitors at the Art Paris 2015.

  • Art Paris 2015

Art Paris 2015: List of Exhibitors

Galerie L'ÉclaireurSaint-Ouen, ParisARTDESIGNF3
Galerie MiniMasterpieceParisARTDESIGNF4
School Gallery / Olivier CastaingParisARTDESIGNF12
Armel SoyerParisARTDESIGNF5
Galerie NeC nilsson et chiglienParisARTDESIGN F13
313 Art ProjectSeoulGENERALD6
Art & Space GalleryMunichGENERALB24
Galerie Andres ThalmannZurichGENERALC20
Galerie Arts d'Australie • Stéphane JacobParisGENERALA2
Helene Bailly GalleryParisGENERALC7
Galerie A. Benamou - V. MaxéParisGENERALD19
Galerie Renate BenderMunichGENERALF14
Galerie Berthet-AittouarèsParisGENERALD5
Boesso Art GalleryBolzanoGENERALE7
Galerie BoisseréeCologneGENERALC5
Nadja Brykina GalleryZürichGENERALC3
Camara Oscura Galeria de ArteMadridGENERALA16
Circle Culture GalleryBerlinGENERALD7
Galerie D.XBordeauxGENERALA21
Galerie Da-EndParisGENERALD2
De Buck GalleryNew YorkGENERALB5
De Primi Fine ArtLuganoGENERALC18
Eduardo Secci ContemporaryFlorence, PietrasantaGENERALB1
Galerie Fatiha SelamParisGENERALE8
Flatland GalleryAmsterdamGENERALC8
gimpel & müllerParis, LondonGENERALC6
Huberty-Breyne Gallery · Petits PapiersBrussels, ParisGENERALF1
Jankossen ContemporaryBasel, New YorkGENERALE5
Galerie La LigneZürichGENERALE6
Primo Marella GalleryMilanGENERALE10
Galerie MartelParisGENERALA22
Galerie MaubertParisGENERALE9
Mario Mauroner Contemporary ArtVienna, SalzburgGENERALD8
Galerie NajumaMarseillesGENERALB23
Galerie PlacidoParisGENERALD3
Plutschow GalleryZürichGENERALD9
Galerie Polad-HardouinParisGENERALC19
Progettoarte elm*MilanGENERALC18
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery*London, New YorkGENERALC1
J. P. Ritsch-Fisch GalerieStrasbourgGENERALC4
Mimmo Scognamiglio ArtecontemporaneaMilanGENERALD3
Galerie Seine 51*ParisGENERALC2
Gallery Shchukin*Paris, New YorkGENERALD1
Galerie Sisso*ParisGENERALF6
Galerie Véronique SmaggheParisGENERALA6
Luca Tommasi Arte Contemporanea*MilanGENERALC11
Sabine Vazieux*ParisGENERALC22
Galerie Michel Vidal*ParisGENERALD11
Galerie Marie-Hélène de La Forest DivonneParisGENERALB6
VS Unio*MoscowGENERALE22
Galerie Olivier WaltmanParis, MiamiGENERALE1
10 Chancery Lane GalleryHong KongGENERAL E13
1st.iKON*Busan, Kyeonggi-doGENERAL E24
A. GalerieParisGENERAL D20
A2Z Art GalleryParisGENERAL C23
AD GalerieMontpellierGENERAL B20
Galerie ALB - Anouk Le BourdiecParisGENERAL A19
Beautiful Asset Art ProjectBeijingGENERAL E19
Galerie Françoise BessonLyonGENERAL B14
Bogéna GalerieSaint-Paul-de-VenceGENERAL B19
Galerie Jean BrollyParisGENERAL C14
Galerie CharlotParisGENERAL B22
Dock SudSète, BeijingGENERAL E25
Silvan Faessler Fine ArtZugGENERAL C12
Galerie Thessa HeroldParisGENERAL D13
Galerie Ernst HilgerVienneGENERAL E16
Ifa galleryBrussels, ShanghaiGENERAL E12
Galerie Catherine IssertSaint-Paul-de-VenceGENERAL C16
Galerie Pascal JanssensGhentGENERAL C25
Galerie LahumièreParisGENERAL D14
Galerie Alexis LartigueParisGENERAL B21
Galerie Claude LemandParisGENERAL B16
Galerie Françoise LivinecParis, HuelgoatGENERAL E11
Galerie MaeghtParisGENERAL B13
Galerie Lélia MordochParis, MiamiGENERAL E20
NamegallerySt. PetersburgGENERAL E18
NK GalleryAntwerpGENERAL A15
Galerie Nathalie ObadiaParis, BrusselsGENERAL C10
Galerie Oniris - Florent PaumelleRennesGENERAL C21
Galerie Paris-BeijingParis, Beijing, BrusselsGENERAL E15
Galerie Pascaline MulliezParisGENERAL B18
Pièce UniqueParisGENERAL C13
Galerie Rabouan MoussionParisGENERAL C15
Salamatina GalleryGarden City, New YorkGENERAL E23
Sarah Myerscough GalleryLondonGENERAL B17
Galerie Daniel TemplonParis, BrusselsGENERAL D15
Galerie Patrice TriganoParisGENERAL D17
Galerie TristanIssy-Les-MoulineauxGENERAL D21
Espace Meyer ZafraParisGENERAL D18
Archiraar GalleryBrusselsPROMISESG16
Galerie Cédric BacquevilleLillePROMISESG8
Baraudou: Schriqui GalerieParisPROMISESG12
Bernard Chauveau / Le Néant EditeurSuresnesPROMISESG3
Galerie BinômeParisPROMISESG17
Galerie Christopher GerberLausannePROMISESG7
Jo van de LooMunichPROMISESG13
Galerie L'InlassableParisPROMISESG14
Podbielski ContemporaryBerlinPROMISESG4
Galerie Heinzer ReszlerLausannePROMISESG15
Galerie Rivière / FaiveleyParisPROMISESG6
TJ BoultingLondonPROMISESG5
Art Plural GallerySingaporeSINGAPOREE14 - F10
Chan Hampe GalleriesSingaporeSINGAPOREG2
Sundaram Tagore GallerySingapore, New York, Hong KongSINGAPOREF8
Yeo WorkshopSingaporeSINGAPOREF9
Element Art SpaceSingaporeSINGAPORE G18
IntersectionsSingaporeSINGAPORE G19
55BellechasseParisSOLO SHOWE2
Ambacher ContemporaryMunichSOLO SHOWB2
Analix ForeverGenèveSOLO SHOWA3
Galerie Géraldine BanierParisSOLO SHOWE4
Galerie Andreas BinderMunichSOLO SHOWB2
Carpenters Workshop GalleryLondon, ParisSOLO SHOWC9
Duplex100m2 & L'Agence à ParisSarajevo, ParisSOLO SHOWA5
Galerie EstaceParisSOLO SHOWE3
Flowers GalleryLondon, New YorkSOLO SHOWD4
Galerie Claire GastaudClermont-FerrandSOLO SHOWB3
Ilan Engel GalleryParisSOLO SHOWA4
Galerie KoralewskiParisSOLO SHOWF2
Krampf GalleryİstanbulSOLO SHOWB9
Loft Art GalleryCasablancaSOLO SHOWB8
Galerie Maria LundParisSOLO SHOWB4
Allegra Nomad GalleryBucharestSOLO SHOW A20
baudoin lebonParisSOLO SHOW C17
Caroline Smulders- ILoveMyJobParisSOLO SHOW B12
Galerie Pierre-Alain ChallierParisSOLO SHOW C24
Galerie Claude BernardParisSOLO SHOW B15
Galerie Jacques ElbazParisSOLO SHOW B11
Galerie Espaces 54ParisSOLO SHOW E17
Galerie Les Filles du CalvaireParisSOLO SHOW D12
Galerie InsulaParisSOLO SHOW F17
Galerie L.J.ParisSOLO SHOW F15
Kálmán Makláry Fine ArtsBudapestSOLO SHOW D16
Galerie Frédéric MoisanParisSOLO SHOW A18
Galerie Nicolas HugoParisSOLO SHOW F18
Galerie des petits carreauxParis, Saint-BriacSOLO SHOW F16
Spazio Nuovo Contemporary ArtRomeSOLO SHOW A17
Galerie TanitMunich, BeyrouthSOLO SHOW D10
Galerie Pascal VanhoeckeCachanSOLO SHOW D22
Galerie ZieglerZurichSOLO SHOW E21
Art Paris 2015
William Alsop – Tomato Sandwich (Art & Space Gallery)
Art Paris 2015
Pierre Alechinsky – Voyage en tête, 1966 (Galerie Thessa Herold)

Featured Image: Adrien Belgrand – De l’intérieur , 2014 (Galerie ALB – Anouk Le Bourdiec)

All Images courtesy of Art Paris Art Fair.