We look forward to seeing you
from 21 to 26 November 2023 at the Grand Palais Éphémère
News of the fair
“Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale 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 Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale
Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale is accompanied by a new edition of the Arts Week, an off-the-wall itinerary in synergy with museums, and a study day on the theme “Questions of style and interior design”
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 Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale.
Questions of style and interior design
Thursday, November 10, at the Auditorium of the Musée des Art décoratifs (MAD)
A meeting organized by Olivier Bonfait and Bénédicte Gady underthe aegis of the Comité Français d’Histoire de l’Art (CFHAl in partnership with Fine Art Paris & La Biennale and the MAD.
News in museums
Discover news from museums and partner institutions of Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale.
From November 10, 2022
to March 5, 2023
Maison de Victor Hugo
Louis Boulanger (1806-1867) was, of all the painters in the Romantic cenacle, the closest to Victor Hugo. His friendship with Alexandre Dumas was equally important in his life. The Museum, which holds more than 190 works by the artist, is the most appropriate place to pay tribute to him and to rediscover him through a monographic exhibition.
From November 11, 2022
to April 2, 2023
The sculptor Ossip Zadkine and the painter Valentine Prax, his wife, spent almost forty years together, from 1928 to 1967, in the house, the studios and the garden of the rue d’Assas. Forty years is precisely the age that the Zadkine Museum is celebrating this year. The museum opened in 1982 in this same place, thanks to Valentine Prax’s bequest.
From October 18, 2022
to March 5, 2023
The exhibition will showcase for the first time, an Egyptian Rodin, inspired by an Egypt he dreamed up, fantasised and then collected.It features Auguste Rodin’s personal collection of Egyptian art, his own sculptures and drawings, as well as archives and photographs. It also evokes the echo of Egyptian art in Rodin’s work, through his research on the representation of the human body
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