The Pioneering event for Art and Design, PAD Paris is set for yet again another stunning edition at the Tuileries Palace, from 4-8 April. The event has been reinventing for the past 22 years the Cabinet d’Amateur and the notion of eclecticism, anticipating the esthetic aspirations of its time. Season after season, it offers an intimate cocoon to those who have made decorative arts and design the core of their collection, driven by passion and heritage.
Each year, the event aims to create an unprecedented dialogue between modern art, historical and contemporary design and jewellery. In April, PAD will highlight the Primitive Arts. The engaging aspect of PAD is its invitation to enter a personal collection, conceived by a selection of local and international art dealers. Today, Paris Design Agenda will feature some of the best exhibitors one should definitely keep an eye on during the event.
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88 Gallery London focuses on work by Italian, French, Belgian and American designers, from post-war to contemporary.
Since 1999, the Galerie Alexandre Guillemain is specialized in midcentury design and decorative arts.The Galerie showcases work from world-famous designers and artists, including Charlotte Perriand, Gio Ponti and Oscar Niemeyer.
The Alb Antiquités Gallery, based at the 3 rue de Lille in Paris, managed by Antoine Broccardo, dedicates itself to the search for objects and pieces of furniture from European artists, to decorative arts of the 20th century and to their sources.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery is a contemporary art and design gallery that transcends classical borders in terms of art and design. Its proposal stands just at the intersection of these two universes: reaching precisely a symbiosis of art and design.
The Chastel-Maréchal Gallery focuses on the promotion and re-discovery of important twentieth-century French designers, in particular, those working between 1930 and 1960.
The Galerie Flak in Paris specialises in Ancient Tribal Arts from Africa, Oceania & North America. For PAD Paris 2017, we have selected museum-quality masks, statues and ornaments that combine aesthetic excellence, intense sculptural presence and superb stylizations.
Gallery Gosserez is a leading design gallery dedicated to contemporary furniture and decorative pieces, located in the North Marais (NoMa) district in Paris.
Galerie Meubles et Lumières is managed by two young antique dealers, Alexandre Goult and Guilhem Faget. They knew how to establish themselves among the furniture and lighting specialists of French and Italian design from the 1950’s to 1970’s.
In the heart of Paris’ antique quarter and just a stone’s throw from the Musée d’Orsay, Galerie Negropontes is run by its founder Sophie Negropontes and Hervé Langlais, designer and art director. The gallery presents exceptional creations made by craftsmen of unmatched skills, reviving the tradition of French Decorative Arts with a resolutely contemporary vision.
Within her two spaces, on the left bank opposite the Louvre and on the right bank Hélène Bailly Marcilhac offers a selection of pieces from the fundamental movements that occurred between the late 19th to 20th century.
As a natural extension of his very personal and innovative take on the Decorative Arts, Jacques HERVOUET has custom designed furniture and accessories and has also issued a limited series of objects for the home.
Specialising in 20th Century Decorative Arts, Jacques Lacoste has set out to promote French Design of the 1950s.
Mouvements Modernes, founded in 2002 by Pierre Staudenmeyer, proposes a selection of design furniture from 80’s to our current times as well as contemporary art objects.
Pouenat combines excellence and rare expertise to offer upmarket services and creations. Their renowned designers are expert in the art of metal and craftsmanship.
Located in the North Marais, Paris, Armel Soyer Editions Design gallery is devoted to the 21st century decorative arts. She proposes a contemporary and global approach, enforcing savoir-faire sometimes forgotten.
Source: PAD Paris