Art Market magazine
France remains the most popular destination with tourists the
world over, and Paris the most visited city. There are several
reasons for this, due to its history and heritage. September
looks set to consolidate this splendid touristic supremacy
with key events like the Parcours des Mondes, and the celebrated
Biennale des Antiquaires, a magnet for the most
demanding art lovers for nearly 60 years. 2014 promises to be
a good vintage in line with the previous edition, which
posted a considerable increase in visitors from abroad, particularly
Asia and Russia. Whether Classical or tribal, art and its
market are still one of France's most precious assets.
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A major event in the art market for over six decades, the Paris Biennale des Antiquaires brings together numerous masterpieces from all periods and specialities. For the 27th edition of this biennial antiques fair, the Syndicat National des Antiquaires has given carte blanche to Jacques Grange, who had the idea to reconstruct the gardens of Versailles beneath the glass roof of the Grand Palais. To stage the project, the famous interior designer has called on the invaluable assistance of gardeners from the Chateau de Versailles. All the exhibitors will be playing along, giving their stands a real touch of "greenery".
The French art market cultivates its difference, and diversity is once again on the menu during the second half of 2014. A review of key sales in the new autumn season, from designer jewellery to 20th century first editions.
The jewellery market is in excellent health. As well
as being a safe investment, pieces are admired for
their beauty, especially when conceived by
This summer, sales in France included a delightful Christian Dior dress, a painting by Martial Raysse in the limelight at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and a Transition period commode by Gilles Joubert, bought by the Château de Versailles.
Humanist photography. This captures those fleeting
moments that reveal the tender, poetic side of
mankind. A trend still in vogue in an ever-rosy market.
Two years after its creation, Paris Musées, which
manages 14 Paris institutions, has posted positive
results, including an ambitious programme and free
After its first appearance in 2010, AD Intérieurs
is now an integral part of the Paris landscape. With its fifth edition, the event even moves into the museum
world – and through the front door, to
boot! It could not have picked a better setting than
the main hall of the Musée Des Arts Décoratifs de Paris.
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