Program of the Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin, 2019
Joint Opening thursday, november 28, 2019 from 5 to 7 pm
COURSE FROM NOVEMBER 28 TO DECEMBER 7, 2019
The CSEDT proposes from November 28 to December 7, 2019, a second edition of
“La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin”.
Programmation (to date)
The Nathalie Béreau Gallery presents recent and new works by gallery artists, telescopeing drawing and engraving. No specific theme, but a sensitive approach in this exhibition entitled «Powders and Strokes» .
Artistes : Saskia Bertrand, graphite on paper / Atsuko Ishii, etchings / Anne Laval, drawing and sculpture, mixed technique / Jean-Michel Letellier et Miki Nakamura, Awagami kozo paper / Emmanuelle Pérat, pastel on paper /Michaël Cailloux, etching and wall jewel / Thibault Laget-Ro, acrylic on paper.
The Christian Collin Gallery will present its latest acquisitions of antique and modern prints from the 17th to the 20th century. In parallel, it will host the artist-engraver Inés Diarte’s creations, in an exhibition entitled Oeuvres au noir.
The Lise Cormery Gallery presents works by two artists :
– Gilles Cormery (1950 France 1999) with the signature of the exhaustive catalog of the work painted in 4 volumes on November 28.
– JOZE CIUHA (Yougoslavia 1924-2015 Slovenia).
And the young artist solo-show Marko ZORIC (1991) France – Serbia
The Documents Gallery exhibits a set of the Belle Epoque posters: original lithographs by Jules Chéret and his contemporaries.
The Documents 15 Gallery presents an exhibition of etchings and aquatint by Maurice Maillard (born in Evreux in 1946), who takes a poetic look at the surrounding landscapes. Misty landscapes, seashores, snowy fields, submerged rocks, and branches are revealed in the aquatints of this painter-engraver.
Exhibition from November 29 to January 4, 2020.
The Grillon Gallery exposes the entire album Venezuela by Victor Vasarely. This will be the opportunity to discover this album and meet contemporary artists exhibiting at the gallery: Joseph Antoine d’Ornano, Pascale Viné and Véronique Terrieux.
L’Atelier d’Artistes presents the exhibition “Women artists: painters & photographers”. A catalog is published on this occasion. Forty works (paintings, drawings and photographs) by women painters from Jane Atché to Dora Maar and by women photographers from Anna Atkins to Joyce Tenneson. Exhibition from November 7 to December 12.
The Antoine Laurentin Gallery in Paris presents Joëlle Bondil’s works, a visual artist based in the Parisian region. Joëlle Bondil draws meshes, traces networks, evokes neural connections while changing scale, oscillating between macroscopy and microscopy. These inked meshes can emboss houses, or even with a hook letting this time appear, men.The exhibition will be held from November 29 to December 21, 2019 with a catalog reproducing about thirty works.
The Baudoin Lebon Gallery presents Dubuffet- engraver where amateurs of the master of rough art are invited to discover or rediscover a set of prints from the series «Matière et Mémoire» and «Phénomènes». The exhibition will take place from November 5 to January 11, 2020, Opening on Wednesday 13 November.
Le Coin des Arts introduces its second gallery, located in the Marais, celebrating its opening by proposing a first exhibition that celebrates the work of Serge Poliakoff by bringing together numerous lithographs and engravings. Also, in the historical gallery of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, it will be the occasion to present many works on paper by Hans Hartung.
The Martinez D. & A. Bonafous-Murat Galleries present in a joint exhibition: a collection of engravings dating from the 18th to the beginning of the 20th century. with among others «L’Econome» after Chardin and «Devant la Tour Eiffel» by Bernard Buffet. As well as a selection of prints by Adolphe Beaufrère, Pierre Alechinsky, Arp, Braque, Buffet, Dali, Lam, Matisse & Matta…
The Martinez Fleurot Gallery: current programming.
The Paul Prouté Gallery presents etchings by Auguste Lepère.
The Sartoni & Cerveau Gallery is featuring three women who will invest the place :
– Marie-Claude Debain, parisian artist, exhibits some sculptures and original engravings,
– Mélanie Socquet, decorator and editor of fabrics in Lyon and St-Rémy-de-Provence proposes her collection of fabrics,
– Lysiane Fayolle, granddaughter of the creator of the Gallery, will present his book on his youth in the Latin Quarter.
The Sagot-Le Garrec Gallery presents the exhibition: Alcôve en forêt, by Annie Warnier, Prints and drawings, recent but also older works, as well as two books, Chambres de distillation et Alcôve en forêt. It is a quest for the possibility of acclimatization of fidelity to the humanist and spiritual heritage and openness to othernesses of the present world. This theme takes shape in the context of a general awareness of vital belonging to the whole of Nature. Exhibition from Friday 8 November 8 to Saturday December 7, 2019.
The Xavier Seydoux Gallery presents a selection of prints from the 16th to the 20th century.
The Slow Gallery: current programming.