Created for collectors in 1962, the first Biennale des Antiquaries was held at the Grand Palais where it was staged regularly until the Nave was closed for repairs. For art lovers from all over the world, hoping to acquire the finest antiques, fine art or jewelry, the Biennale des Antiquaries is the place to be.
This year would be the 29th annual edition of the Biennale des Antiquaire.
This prestigious show brings together the leading French and foreign dealers, big-spending collectors, and sharp-eyed amateurs. It offers a unique panorama of several centuries of art. Amateurs of furniture, tapestries, ceramics, and old paintings are sure to find something to their taste among all the items on display, from the primitive arts to modern painting, via the eighteenth century, Art déco and the 1950s.
The Paris Biennale 2017 would be an international art exhibition with over 100 galleries and over 400 collectors and experts.
Tickets: € 35 for adults and € 20 for students.
Date: September 11th to September 17th.
Italian-style furniture inspired from the 50's and 70's. Decorative art with a touch of nostalgia with the modern flare.
At Galerie Gismondi, you will find furniture and works inspired from the 17th and 18th centuries.A famous art museum- Galerie Gismondi has participated in several exhibitions around the world like New York and Moscow etc.
Steinitz is considered an antique godfather who restores antique furniture and sculptures from the 17th and 19th centuries.
For more than fifty years, the Biennale des Antiquaires, an important meeting place for French luxury, has gathered antique and private collectors for intimate but exceptional sales: paintings by great painters,jewellery, ethnic sculptures and antique furniture for the exhibited, presented by over one hundred antique dealers and collectors of world renown artists.
Galerie Marcilhac presents a luxurious collection of 20th-century furniture and ornaments. You will come across an incredible contemporary furniture collection at the Paris Biennale.
Since Galerie Tamenaga opened its flagship gallery in Tokyo in 1969, it has brought Japan the work of the Modern Masters of French and European painting, including Chagall, Van Dongen, Dufy, Lautrec, Modigliani, Picasso, Renoir, Rouault, Utrillo, Vlaminck, and others.
Galerie Tamenaga handles 18th- and 19th-century masters like Goya and Ingres in addition to the Modern masterworks of the Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, and Ecole de Paris.
Izarn Pascal is a well known Paris based dealer of French and European works of Art from the 17th and 18th centuries with a particular specialty in French 18th & early 19th-century gilt bronze and gilt gold mounted pieces.
Galerie Von Vertes
The founder Laszlo von Vertes conceived the gallery as an international exhibition platform specialized in Fauvism, German Expressionism, Surrealism, École de Paris, Pop Art and Contemporary art. Centrally located in the Bahnhofstrasse in Zürich the gallery hosts private and international collections, organizes exhibitions and gives lectures on art and art market-related subjects.
Woman in tub represents, in painted porcelain, a woman with a severed head in a bubble bath, her hands on her breasts,
threatened by an intruder who is concealed by a diving mask underwater.
Part of Jeff's Banality series, which is characterized by oddly eroticized, comic, and kitsch images, this work demonstrates Duchampian and Pop Art strategies of appropriation and, combining imagery from multiple sources, makes the primary subject taste itself.
The Boon Gallery was founded in 1985 and is specialized in late 19th and early 20th-century European paintings. The gallery is located in the heart of the prestigious beach town of Knokke-le-Zoute in Belgium. The gallery is one of the leading art centers in Europe and made its international reputation by participating in numerous art fairs in Amsterdam, Antibes, Astana, Brussels, Hong Kong, London, Monaco, Moscow, and Paris, by offering an eclectic range of high-quality works from a variety of European schools.
Specializing in 20th-Century Decorative Arts, Jacques Lacoste has set out to promote French Design of the 1950s.
Jacques Lacoste is very attracted to the 1950s Decorative Arts and, in particular, to the lighting of Serge Mouille, the sculptures of Alexandre Noll, and the ceramics of Georges Jouve, Elisabeth Joulia, Pierre Szekely, and André Borderie.
Galerie Downtown—François Laffanour specializes in furniture by European and American masters of design—most of the architects—of the 20th century. For the past 25 years, the gallery has organized thematic and monographic exhibitions on designers such as Jean Prouvé, Le Corbusier, Charles and Ray Eames, Carlo Mollino, and Charlotte Perriand.
Galerie Delalande is a Parisian antique specializing in Marine & Scientific instruments, Tobacco and Opium objects, Curiosities and Great Canes since 1976.
Opened in 1997, this Paris-based gallery specializes in avant-garde works dating from Impressionism through the Post-War period.
The bookshop’s speicalizes in books from from the 15th to the 20th century.The bookshop Camille Sourget participates in various international fairs, and among them is : the New York Antiquarian Book Fair, the International Antiquarian Book Fair of Paris, Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris, China in Print in Hong Kong, etc.
The Berès gallery specializes in two fields: Japanese prints and 19th and 20th century French avant-garde painting, with artists such as Corot, Harpignies or Jongkind, Impressionists, Post-impressionists, and also Nabi artists such as Bonnard, Vuillard, Maurice Denis.
DeWitt is a manufacturer of Haute Horlogerie producing with passion very exclusive luxury Watches. Founded by the descendant of the Napoleon family, DeWitt has always been recognized for its unique approach to mechanical watchmaking. A brand identity directly inspired by Mr. de Witt himself, whose perception of contemporary horological science is daringly different and unconventional.
An event which is quintessentially representative of the French "art de vivre".
Address: Grand Palais - Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
Access: Line 1 or 13, Champs Elysées-Clémenceau
Duration: September 11 to 17, 2017 (weekdays) / 11:00 - 21:00 / Tuesdays and Thursdays until 23:00 at night
Admission: 35 euros for adults, 20 euros for university students or youth
Author - Mili Nair
Photo's - Han Jae Un