Paris Gallery Weekend: is starting the 7th edition

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Sixty galleries of modern and contemporary art to be discovered in eight itineraries

Paris Gallery Weekend, scheduled from 2 to 5 July, wants more than ever to relaunch the cultural and artistic life of the city. After a total blockade lasting more than two months, the galleries are once again the protagonists. For four days, in four areas of the capital, including Pantin and Romainville, part of a new district in Grand Paris, visitors will be able to discover more than 72 exhibitions, including 47 solo and 25 group exhibitions.

Vue de l'exposition Larc-en-ciel de la gravite, Galerie Poggi V. Perrot, Courtesy Galerie Poggi Vue de l'exposition Dennis Oppenheim a la Galerie Mitterrand

With more than 7500 presences in 2019, Paris Gallery Weekend is one of the best known European events to experience art and appreciate it in its natural context, that of galleries. Also for this reason, Paris founded Art Across Europe in 2020 together with the weekend galleries in Brussels, Madrid, Lisbon and Milan, a European network that aims to promote the various artistic squares of the participating cities by encouraging intra-European mobility and celebrating its cultural richness.

Vue de l'exposition In the Flesh corps veritables, christian berst art brut J. Jabet galerie frank elbaz

To guide collectors and enthusiasts, Paris Gallery Weekend offers eight routes: 8e arrondissement, Marais (Beaubourg> Saint-Paul), Marais (Richard Lenoir> Quatre-Fils), Marais (Saint-Gilles> Amelot), Marais (Temple> Beaubourg) , Pantin-Romainville, Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Galerie Poggi
The thematic selections were handled by Paris Photo, Drawing Now and A Round Video Art Fair.

Marian Goodman Max Hetzler

Paris Gallery Weekend is supported by the Ministry of Culture and the City of Paris. In addition to these, the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art and the ADAGP are added in 2020. The event could not take place without the significant support of partners such as the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, Emerige, Camille Fournetor John Taylor.

Vue en galerie, exposition INFINITY de JonOne, galerie Rabouan Moussion, 2020

Created on the initiative of Marion Papillon in 2014, the Paris Gallery Weekend is directed today by Marie Delas, in close collaboration with a gallery owners’ committee which includes Anne-Sarah Bénichou (Galerie Anne-Sarah Bénichou), Nathalie Berghege (Galerie Lelong & Co) , Eric Dereumaux (Galerie RX), Sandrine Djerouet (Galerie Jocelyn Wolff), Léo Marin (Galerie Eric Mouchet), Jérôme Poggi (Galerie Jérôme Poggi).

All the works on display are available on Artsy.

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Pamela Campaner
Pamela Campaner
Pamela Campaner has over twenty years of experience in marketing communication, public relations and lobby. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Philosophy with an interdisciplinary thesis in Physics. She is credited with repeated success guiding sizeable communications, marketing, branding and public relations ventures for private companies and business associations. Realizing the central role of image and communication and, because of her personal and particular interest in them, Pamela is co-fouder of an art gallery specialised in photography. As project manager she’s leader of creative teams working on such a project like Milano Gallery Weekend.

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