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