Event! La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin

Event! La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin

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For this 4th edition organized by the CSEDT, “La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin” will take place from November 25 to December 4, 2022.
Joint opening on Thursday, November 24 from 4 to 9 pm.

 

This tour brings together members of the CSEDT who will offer visitors and collectors to discover works and artists from all periods.
This tour is part of the renewal that CSEDT is establishing with galleries specializing mainly in printmaking or drawing.
Just like the Paris Print Fair event created in May 2022, “La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin” offers to see unpublished, original works selected by passionate professionals.

Participating galleries :

Arenthon Gallery / Christian Collin Gallery / Lise Cormery Gallery / Documents 15 Gallery / Grillon Gallery / Le Coin des Arts – Le Marais and Le Coin des Arts – St-Germain-Des-Prés Galleries / Martinez D. Gallery / Martinez Fleurot Gallery / Martine Namy-Caulier Gallery / Nathalie Motte Masselink Gallery / Paul Prouté Gallery / Sagot Le Garrec Gallery / Xavier Seydoux Gallery / Tanakaya Gallery

List of participating galleries:

ARENTHON Gallery – 3, quai Malaquais
tel. 01 43 26 86 06……………………………………Paris 6e
Emmanuel Biard, Nocturne – Dialogue with Hans Bellmer and Stanley William Hayter

GALERIE CHRISTIAN COLLIN – 11, rue Rameau
tel. 01 45 44 62 28…………………………………….Paris 2e
Contemporary artists of the gallery and latest acquisitions in European schools

GALERIE LISE CORMERY – 6, rue de Lanneau
tel. 06 81 77 93 62…………………………………….Paris 5e
Exhibitions Dali / Akagi / Sacred Art

GALERIE DOCUMENTS 15 – 15, rue de l’Echaudé
tel. 01 46 34 38 61……………………………………..Paris 6e
Exhibition ” En chemins ” by Jan Vičar

GALERIE GRILLON – 44, rue de Seine
tel. 01 46 33 03 44……………………………………..Paris 6e
Joseph-Antoine d’Ornano exhibition, works on paper

LE COIN DES ARTS – Saint-Germain-Des-Prés – 6, rue de l’Echaudé
tél. 01 44 41 12 52……………………………………….Paris 6e
Exhibition dedicated to the Ecole de Paris: “Ecole de Paris: Masterpieces”

LE COIN DES ARTS – Le Marais – 53, rue de Turenne
tél. 09 52 29 01 82………………………………………Paris 3e
Selection of lithographs of Bram Van Velde

GALERIE MARTINEZ D. – 15, rue de l’Echaudé
tél. 01 46 33 42 31……………………………………….Paris 6e
Selection of ancient, modern and contemporary works

GALERIE MARTINEZ FLEUROT – 97, rue de Seine
tel. 01 46 33 08 12……………………………………… Paris 6e
Exhibition of works by Hélène Bautista and Nathalie Grall

GALERIE NATHALIE MOTTE MASSELINK – 12, rue Jacob
tel. 01 43 54 99 92………………………………………Paris 6e
“Disegni Antichi” : Italian drawings from the beginning of the 16th to the end of the 18th century
Catalog Winter 2021 – New selection of old drawings

GALERIE MARTINE NAMY-CAULIER – 36, rue des Saints-Pères
tel. 01 45 44 55 27……………………………………..Paris 7e
Bernard Munch, Agathe Bouton and the gallery’s artists

GALERIE PAUL PROUTÉ – 74, rue de Seine
tel. 01 43 26 89 80………………………………………Paris 6e
Exhibition of the artist Michel Estèbe (born in Talence in 1954)

GALERIE SAGOT LE GARREC – 10, rue de Buci
tel. 01 43 26 43 38………………………………………Paris 6e
New items – Modern and contemporary prints and drawings

GALERIE XAVIER SEYDOUX – 43, rue Jacob – Bottom of the left courtyard
tel. 01 47 03 30 34………………………………………Paris 6e
New items – Old prints

GALERIE TANAKAYA – 4, rue Saint Sulpice
tel. 0 1 43 25 72 91………………………………………Paris 6e
Hokusai and Hiroshige : Prints

Visual : new poster of the 4th edition (detail)

Detailed program:

Each year, the Arenthon gallery invites a contemporary photographer to exhibit, in dialogue with prints from its collection. This year, Emmanuel Biard has chosen to exhibit his black and white photographs alongside prints by Hans Bellmer and Stanley William Hayter. The selected works of these three artists evoke a nocturnal, organic and poisonous tale.

The Christian Collin gallery presents the latest creations of contemporary artists Hélène Bautista, Pablo Flaiszman, Atsuko Ishii, Laurent Letourmy, Corinne Lepeytre. The latest acquisitions in European Schools will also be exhibited.

The Lise Cormery gallery presents two exhibitions of prints, drawings and paintings. The first with works by Salvador Dali, Jean Carzou, Marie Laurencin, Moon Shin, Picasso, Félix Vallotton, Valtat, Veysset, Leonor Fini, Mario Avati…
A second exhibition in the Gallo-Roman parts of the gallery is devoted to Sacred Art with paintings, drawings and prints by Gilles Cormery, Bernard and François Baschet, Ciuha, Philippe Scrive, Boris Tabacoff, Claude Lhoste, Riu Min Ja, Ha Indoo, Kim Joo-Young, Zoric.

The Documents 15 gallery presents the exhibition of Czech artist Jan Vičar (b. 1967), the 2018 Mario Avati printmaking award. Entitled “En chemins” this one will be an opportunity to discover the recent works of this contemporary printmaker exploring the different possibilities of intaglio as well as the artist’s book “Hold” that he made in collaboration with the poet Sally Ball.

The Grillon gallery presents works on paper, watercolors, of the artist Joseph-Antoine d’Ornano
(Born in Nice in 1949).

The Coin des Arts – Le Marais presents a selection of lithographs by Bram Van Velde (1895-1981). Bram Van Velde was an extraordinary colorist. His compositions inspired by geometric forms show a dynamic very particular to the artist. We feel the mastery of a unique gesture, between flashes and temperance.
“My work is a leap towards life, towards the energy that makes life possible” Bram Van Velde

The Coin des Arts – Saint-Germain-des-Prés
Exhibition dedicated to the School of Paris: “School of Paris : Masterpieces

The Martinez D. gallery
The Gallery presents a selection of ancient, modern and contemporary works (Julie Allain, Jeanne Turroques, …)

The Martinez Fleurot gallery presents an exhibition of works of Hélène Bautista and Nathalie Grall.

The Nathalie Motte Masselink gallery presents an exhibition entitled “Disegni Antichi”. This term is borrowed from the painter and collector of drawings Giorgio Vasari who created in Florence in 1563 the Accademia del Disegno, so named because this academy placed the art of drawing above all other artistic disciplines. The exhibition therefore presents only drawings executed in Italy between the beginning of the 16th and the end of the 18th century. Among the main drawings in the exhibition: an exceptional landscape study of the Sodoma, which offers here one of the first landscape drawings in European art executed on the spot. A beautiful sketch by Annibale Carracci of a scene from the Loves of the Gods, preparatory to the Farnese Gallery; a landscape by Nicolas Poussin, formerly owned by Pierre Crozat, in which the artist fully demonstrates his interest in architecture; and finally a beautiful Academy of Man as a Faun by Carle van Loo, which testifies to the important work of copying by artists from sculptures in order to appropriate the forms of the past. The exhibition will be accompanied by a paper catalog.

The Martine Namy-Caulier gallery presents two contemporary artists: Agathe Bouton and Bernard Munch. In Bernard Munch’s work, drawing leads us to his engraved work, as well as to his oil pastels and paintings. There is always an opening, a clear vision, revisited sensations but whose outcome is colors, life, learned elaboration of the beyond appearances.
Agathe Bouton is a French artist who lives and works on the East Coast of the United States in Philadelphia. Her work mixes printmaking techniques with painting. She draws her inspiration from the cultures and countries where she has lived. For the series “Vue de la Vitre”, composed of abstract landscapes and colored atmospheres, the artist has reworked in paint a previous series of monochrome carborundum prints.

The Paul Prouté gallery presents a temporary exhibition dedicated to the contemporary artist Michel Estèbe. Born in Talence in the Gironde in 1954, Michel Estèbe attended the École des Beaux-Arts in Bordeaux. He first established himself as a printer-lithographer, then decided to devote himself fully to engraving in the 1980s. Initially engraving with a burin, then with the monochrome black manner, he became an adept of the black manner in color in 1991, a technique that he puts at the service of his shimmering compositions, which he prints himself.

The Sagot Le Garrec gallery presents new works with a selection of prints and drawings from the 19th century to today.

The Xavier Seydoux gallery presents new works with a selection of old prints.

The Tanakaya gallery presents an exhibition of prints by Hokusai and Hiroshige.

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