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Art Élysées builds up audiences

artelysees266x266Art Élysées, October 24th to 28th 2013, is now a major international event among the present art fairs, an influential actor on the international art market that involves traditional collectors as well as growing number of art lovers entering the market for the first time.

For those new collectors, Art ÉLysées is the ideal occasion to get their bearings among the market’s many possibilities and, for them as for the exhibitors, a unique opportunity to increase their contacts. In this regard, the general opinion on the quality of contacts made during the exhibition is unanimous: both young galleries of modern and contemporary galleries made numerous contacts that will form an important starting point for future work.

With each new edition, Art Élysées achieved its objectives and maintained its own identity. It is from now on the reference in Modern and “classic”Contemporary Art during the art week in Paris.

By integrating the interior design show Design Élysées to Art Élysées, the organizers bring together major players from the twentieth century and expose a careful selection of exceptional artworks and design furniture. This association displays a broad overview of Modern and “classic” Contemporary art with historical design of the post-war period. A selection of local and international art dealers, all of whom are leaders in their fields, addresses each passionate collector and art lovers from around the world.

Art Elysées is also in partnership with the contemporary art fair YIA – International Young Artists- in the Marais district, where a selection of 60 artists are represented by their galleries.
This unique collaboration marks a strong support for the art market, but also the history of art to the public and allows all stakeholders of modern and contemporary art to see and to discover some of the historical artworks and emerging artists. It also offers the rediscovery of Paris through a unique artistic journey that highlights the proposals of 120 galleries woven between the mythical avenue des Champs-Elysées and the Marais.

Author: Editor

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