april, 2022

07aprAll Day10ART PARIS 2022

Event Details

A 2022 edition of very high calibre that reflects the growing momentum of this major spring event for modern and contemporary art in Paris.
Boosted by the success of the September 2021 edition that inaugurated the Grand Palais Ephémère on the Champ-de-Mars with a record-breaking 72,745 visitors, Art Paris is back from 7-10 April 2022 with a strong selection of 130 modern and contemporary galleries from some twenty different countries.

Both regional and cosmopolitan, this 24th edition counts 30% new exhibitors.
Returning heavyweights Continua, Lelong & Co, massimodecarlo, kamel mennour and Perrotin are joined by Max Hetzler (Berlin, Paris, London) and Bernier Eliades (Athens, Brussels). As far as French galleries are concerned, gb agency, Christophe Gaillard, Catherine Issert, Pietro Sparta, Praz Delavallade and Denise René will be exhibiting for the first time at Art Paris alongside international newcomers such as Fernando Pradilla (Madrid), Rodolphe Janssen (Brussels) and Xippas (Brussels, Geneva, Montevideo, Paris, Punta del Este).

This edition also sees the arrival of Brame Lorenceau, Galerie des Modernes and Galerie Jacques Bailly who will be enhancing the modern art offer. The African art scene takes root at the fair with 1957 Gallery (Ghana), Loft Art Gallery (Morocco) and Véronique Rieffel (Ivory Coast), who are joined by Parisian galleries 31 Project, Magnin-A, Templon, Anne de Villepoix and Carole Kvasnevski. The latter will be devoting its stand to South African artist Zanele Muholi. Focusing on discovering and rediscovering artists, Art Paris puts the spotlight on independent and emerging galleries such as Backslash, Félix Frachon, Ibasho, Eric Linard, Irène Laub and Oniris.art, which will all be joining the fair in 2022. Art Paris also encourages the presentation of monographic exhibitions, whilst supporting young galleries and emerging artists in the “Promises” sector that brings together around ten exhibitors.

In 2022, Art Paris is also characterised by its commitment in favour of the environment with two themes – “Natural Histories” and “Art & Environment”- combined with an innovative and sustainable approach to organising an art fair.

Solo Show: seventeen monographic exhibitions
Seventeen solo shows spread throughout the fair allow visitors to discover or rediscover in depth the work of modern, contemporary or emerging artists: Alia Ali (193 Gallery) • Shagha Arianna (Septieme Gallery) • Jean-Charles Blais (Catherine Issert) • Marion Boehm (Loft Art Gallery) • Julien Colombier (Le Feuvre et Roze) • Thomas Devaux (Bacqueville) • Alina Frieske (Fabienne Levy) • Philippe Hiquily (Patrice Trigano) • Vincent Laval (Sono) • Carlos León (Fernando Pradilla) • Antoine de Margerie (Eric Linard) • Zanele Muholi (Carole Kvasnevski) • Ernest Pignon-Ernest (Art to be Gallery) • Rao Fu (Vazieux) • Hala Schoukair (Bessières) • Tyler Thacker (Pact) • Tony Toscani (Stems Gallery)

Promises: a sector supporting young galleries and emerging artists
“Promises”, a sector focusing on young galleries created less than six years ago, provides a forward-looking analysis of cutting-edge contemporary art. In 2022, this sector will play host to nine galleries around half of which are new for this edition: Double V Gallery (Marseille, Paris), Galerie Felix Frachon (Brussels), Hors-Cadre (Paris), La Galería Rebelde (Guatemala City), Fabienne Levy (Lausanne), Gallery M9 (Seoul), Septieme Gallery (Paris), She BAM! Galerie Laetitia Gorsy (Leipzig), Galerie Sono (Paris)

Paris, the place to be!
Paris is in the midst of an exceptional period of cultural and artistic renaissance illustrated by the opening of new galleries and venues, the renovation of existing cultural institutions and the inauguration of new ones. More than ever before, the City of Light is asserting its role as the place to be for contemporary art. The activities on offer as part of the VIP programme, reserved for collectors and art professionals, bear witness to the transformation of Paris’s art scene, whilst showcasing the sustainable initiatives of its cultural stakeholders.

NATURAL HISTORIES.
A FOCUS ON THE FRENCH SCENE

Guest Curator: Alfred Pacquement

List of selected artists:
Etel Adnan (1925-2021), Galerie Lelong & Co.
Gilles Aillaud (1928-2005), Loevenbruck
Dove Allouche (1972), gb agency
Carole Benzaken (1964), Galerie Nathalie Obadia
Damien Cabanes (1959), Galerie Eric Dupont
Philippe Cognée (1957), Templon
Johan Creten (1963), Perrotin
Marinette Cueco (1934), Galerie Univer / Colette Colla
Hugo Deverchère (1988), Dumonteil Contemporary
Edi Dubien (1963), Galerie Alain Gutharc
Eva Jospin (1975), Galerie Suzanne Tarasiève
Jacqueline Lamba (1910-1993), Galerie Pauline Pavec
Guillaume Leblon (1971), Galerie Nathalie Obadia
Jean-Michel Othoniel (1964), Perrotin
Anne & Patrick Poirier (1941 et 1942), Galerie Mitterrand
Eric Poitevin (1961), Dilecta
Armelle de Sainte Marie (1968), Galerie Jean Fournier
Barthélémy Toguo (1967), Galerie Lelong & Co.
Tursic & Mille (1974), Galerie Max Hetzler
Justin Weiler (1990), Paris-B

ART & ENVIRONMENT
Guest Curator: Alice Audouin

List of selected artists:
Noémie Goudal (1984), Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire
Elsa Guillaume (1989), Backslash
Romuald Hazoumè (1962), Magnin-A
Suzanne Husky (1975), Galerie Alain Gutharc
Fabrice Hyber (1961), Galerie Nathalie Obadia
Tadashi Kawamata (1953), Galerie kamel mennour
Vincent Laval (1991), Galerie Sono
Douglas Mandry (1989), Galerie Binome
Lucy & Jorge Orta (1966 et 1953), Galerie Marguerite Milin
Michelangelo Pistoletto (1933), Galleria Continua
Recyclegroup – Andrey Blokhin (1987) et Georgy Kuznetsov (1985),
Galerie Suzanne Tarasiève
Pia Rönicke (1974), gb agency
Lou Ros (1984), Galerie Romero Paprocki
Lionel Sabatté (1975), Galerie 8+4
Pascale Marthine Tayou (1966), Galleria Continua
Sarah Trouche (1983), Galerie Marguerite Milin
Capucine Vever (1987), Galerie Eric Mouchet

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Time

april 7 (Thursday) - 10 (Sunday)

Location

Grand Palais Éphémère

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