The PAD fairs are some of the best art fairs in the world, and PAD Paris just arrived at the capital of love and it will thrive there from the days 3-7 of April.
Every single stand always tries to showcase their absolute best and when it comes to collectible design the expectancies are high. So let’s take a look at the best art galleries’ first-day highlights!
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Carpenters Workshop Gallery produces and exhibits functional sculptures by international rising and already established artists and designers going outside their traditional territories of expression.
Galerie kreo which opened in 1999 in the 13th arrondissement in Paris, in the special contemporary art area called Louise Weiss, focuses on producing new pieces in collaboration with the world’s most relevant contemporary designers. Their art exhibition during PAD Paris is always one of the favorite stands of this art and design event.
Galerie Negropontes is run by its founder Sophie Negropontes, and Hervé Langlais, designer, and art director. At PAD Paris, the art gallery presents exceptional creations made by craftsmen of unmatched skills, reviving the tradition of French Decorative Arts with a resolutely contemporary vision.
Galerie Armel Soyer
Already a regular stand at PAD Paris, Armel Soyer is devoted to the 21st century decorative arts. The gallery recreates a dialogue between the art object and its environment.
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Galerie Meubles et Lumières
Galerie Meubles et Lumières was born through the meeting of two young antique dealers, Alexandre Goult and Guilhem Faget. Located at 58 rue Mazarine, the gallery offers a selection of pieces from various designers who marked the second half of the 20th century.
The gallery specializes in the contemporary design, pieces of furniture that are rare, sculptural and expressive, functional and comfortable, for an international custom. In between art, design, and sculpture, Galerie Gosserez presents designers and artists who masterfully challenge line and texture, with a focus on the material.
Maison Rapin: Kam Tin
Philippe Rapin creates its “Maison”! The designer/exhibitor gathers all its activities under the label Maison Rapin: two galleries in Paris, Quai Voltaire and Rue de Beaune and Kam Tin Furniture. All the universe and the artistic tastes of an eclectic Art dealer.
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