5th Edition

OREXPOPARIS

Art Élysées returns for its 5th edi­tion on the Champs-Élysées, Paris from Octo­ber 20th to the 24th for a week ded­i­cated to mod­ern and con­tem­po­rary art.

60 var­i­ous gal­leries cho­sen by an artis­tic com­mit­tee, chaired by Bau­doin Lebon, will be dis­play­ing their work. Among these will be: Galerie Berthet-Alttouares (Paris), Galerie Brimaud (Paris), Bau­doin Lebon (Paris), Galerie Jean-François Cazeau (Paris), Galerie Kan­dler (Toulouse), Galerie Mes­sine (Paris), Galerie des Mod­ernes (Paris), Galerie Lélia Mor­doch (Paris), Galerie Aroya-Traits noirs (Zaragoza, Spain), Galerie Pro­téé (Paris), Galerie Lucien Schweitzer (Lux­em­bourg), Galerie Patrice Trig­ano (Paris), Galerie Sabine Vazieux (Paris), Galerie Vin­tage (Paris), Galerie Les Yeux Fer­tiles (Paris)…

Tali Amitai-Tabib, Gallery Oliver Waltman

In 2010, Art Élysées upheld its rep­u­ta­tion by demon­strat­ing the con­stant qual­ity that is expected by its audi­ence. To the great sat­is­fac­tion of the exhibitors and col­lec­tors, Art Élysées wel­comed more than 38,000 visitors.

With the 5th edi­tion in mind, the fair cul­ti­vated its dis­tinct empha­sis on mod­ern and con­tem­po­rary clas­si­cal art, while keep­ing in mind the impor­tance of gal­leries that focus on con­tem­po­rary creation.

The fair con­tin­ues to part take actively in the art mar­ket, but is simul­ta­ne­ously devel­op­ing its cul­tural dimen­sion via the con­stant inte­gra­tion of new exhi­bi­tions and insti­tu­tions within its struc­ture. In 2010, Art Elysées was pleased to spot­light the Vasarely Foun­da­tion as a guest of honor, and fea­tured the exhi­bi­tion enti­tled “GREEN, pho­to­graphic sights.”

This year, the fair has the plea­sure of wel­com­ing the Mail­lol Museum as their guest of honor. The museum will present a pre­view of their two upcom­ing exhi­bi­tions: “Pom­péi” and “Remains of a Day.” “Pom­pei” will strive to show the moder­nity of the Roman civ­i­liza­tion, and will be fea­tured at the Mail­lol museum from Sep­tem­ber 21, 2011 until Feb­ru­ary 12, 2012. The sec­ond exhi­bi­tion, “Remains of a Day,” will intro­duce the work of Israeli painter Ra’anan Levy, con­sid­ered to be one of the great artists of the early twenty-first cen­tury. This exhi­bi­tion can be seen on the sec­ond floor of the museum from Novem­ber 9, 2011 until Feb­ru­ary 12, 2012.

Since 2007, Art Élysées has been a part of the artis­tic and cul­tural dynamism of Paris. It has been known for its excel­lence and its high stand­ing internationally.

In 2011, its orga­niz­ers con­tinue to make an effort to pro­mote the dynamic evo­lu­tion of Art Élysées, ensur­ing a qual­ity year.

LOCATION: Pavil­ions Along the Champs-Élysées, from the Place Clé­menceau to the Place de la Con­corde, Paris

HOURS: Thurs­day Octo­ber 20th to Mon­day Octo­ber 24th, 2001 | 11 am — 8 pm | Mon­day from 11 am — 7 pm

EXHIBITION FEE: 15 euros
VALET PARKING: 8 euros