The “fabulous” prizes
of Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale
Tuesday 8 November 2022
On Tuesday 8 November, during the opening of the exhibition, the Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale honorary committee awarded two prizes and a special mention. The Steinitz, Meyer and Monbrison galleries were awarded.
As a partner of this event, the magazine Connaissance des Arts will devote a page to the winners in its December issue.
The “most fabulous” stand
The prize for the “most fabulous stand” goes to the Steinitz Gallery (stand 46), which has recreated an 18th century Chinese and 19th century neo-Chinese atmosphere, with a flat Chinese desk (circa 1730) attributed to the sons of André-Charles Boulle at its centre.
The “most fabulous” object
The prize for the “most fabulous object” was awarded to Galerie Meyer (stand 74) for an Alaskan ancestor’s head, an amazing and minimalist object imbued with spirituality.
Special mention for an exceptional design
A special mention was given to the Monbrison gallery (stand 83) which seduced the jury with the design of its stand where monumental alcoves highlight the works in an original way.
The Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale Honorary Committee
The Honorary Committee of Fine Arts Paris and La Biennale is composed of Hervé Aaron, Prince Amyn Aga Khan, Mathias Ary Jan, Louis de Bayser, Anisabelle Berès, Becca Cason Thrash, Jacques Garcia, Constance Guisset, Pierre Louette, Alain-Dominique Perrin and Jean-Louis Rémilleux.
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