Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale becomes FAB PARIS
We look forward to seeing you
from 22 to 26 November 2023 at the Grand Palais Éphémère
News of the fair
Wednesday 20 September 2023
This week, discover a carved walnut tondo chosen by Monluc Antiquaires, a Louis XVI frame exhibited by Galerie Montanari and a pedestal table by André Sornay proposed by Galerie Alain Marcelpoil.
Monday 18 September 2023
This week, discover a tribal art mask chosen by Yann Ferrandin, an oil on canvas by Jean-Michel Atlan exhibited by Opera Gallery and a painting by Ambrosius Benson presented by De Jonckheere.
Tuesday 12 September 2023
This week, discover a Baule statuette chosen by Bernard de Grunne, a Zoomorphic helmet mask kiyunde, exhibited by Galerie Monbrison and a Tribal Art sculpture by Lucas Ratton.
“FAB PARIS is Paris’s only fair dedicated to Fine Arts, tracing the entire history of art across time and continents.
In the next three years, as we move from the Carrousel du Louvre to the Grand Palais Ephémère and ultimately the Grand Palais, our objective will be to expand the fair’s global reputation and growth, as well as to contribute to reinforce Paris’s status and importance on the international art market”.
Louis de Bayser, President of FAB PARIS
This series of events beyond the fair itself is intended to highlight collections of museums in Paris and the Île-de-France region and major exhibitions of the season.
You are invited to attend special events which provide a great opportunity for exchange and interaction, thanks to the curators and directors of the institutions that are partners of FAB PARIS.
From 1 November
to 13 November 2022
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
This exhibition presents large watercolour drawings, recently rediscovered, executed as part of the competition organised in 1895 by the Union centrale des arts décoratifs or Ucad, now Les Arts Décoratifs, to design its pavilion for the 1900 Universal Exhibition. It unveils 25 drawings from the two first-place projects
From 9 November 2022
to 7 May 2023
Sèvres Manufacture and National Museums
The exhibition Living Forms highlights the links between the mineral world, which comes from the earth, and the world of the living, the organic, animal and vegetable. With nearly 350 works, from Renaissance ceramics to the present day, set against paintings, pieces of silverware or scientific objects it questions our own relationship with living things.
From 7 October
to 13 November
Galerie des Gobelins
Gathered together for the first time in an exhibition, nearly 200 works from the collections of the Mobilier National bring to life the essence of French “Chic” through a scenography designed by Vincent Darré.
A revelation of unpublished collections, icons of modernity
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