01 July - 01 September 2022
19 June - 22 June 2022
Brussels Expo I Heysel, Palais 3 & 4 (entrée)
Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgique
15 April - 31 May 2022
07 April - 10 April 2022
01 December - 24 December 2021
07 November - 07 November 2021
21 October - 25 October 2021
MODERNE ART FAIR, the must-attend Parisian fair
From October 21 to 25, during the "art week", Moderne Art Fair is the must-attend event, a major rendezvous in the annual calendar of art events.
Thanks to a strong positioning combining the great references of 20th century art and contemporary art, professionals, amateurs and collectors will be able to explore a rich and abundant universe in search of nuggets and sure values.
07 July - 03 October 2021
The exhibition aims to highlight the incredible inventiveness of the Surrealist movement through hundreds of works: paintings, drawings, montages, sculptures, manuscripts, books ...
As part of this exhibition, the gallery will intervene for the loan of twelve works: Dalì, Picabia, Coutaud, Man Ray, Hugnet ...
The visitor will be invited to take a romantic journey beyond dream and reality, from poem and painting to object, passing from writing to images and vice versa.
09 June - 13 June 2021
76 galleries are participating in this open-air event. A great diversity of specialties will be represented. During this walk, each gallery will unveil an artist, a work or an object selected for its extraordinary character. Art lovers will be able, thanks to this eclectic route, to unearth the rare object: ceramics, jewelry, watchmaking, silverware, antiques, old paintings, marine objects, decorative arts, Chinese art, Haute Epoque or 18th century furniture, modern creation. or contemporary… A journey to the heart of Paris through 7000 years of history and rare objects.
29 May - 29 May 2021
Open door evening from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
We invite collectors to discover a work by Andy Warhol !
09 February - 21 March 2021
27 January - 31 January 2021
Since 2005, the Galerie des Modernes spends in January its Winter headquarters in Brussels to participate in the BRAFA ART FAIR.
This year, the Fair adapts to health constraints and invents a new concept, BRAFA in the Galleries:
From January 27 to 31, Art Amateurs are invited to discover within the participating galleries themselves, the works initially chosen for Brussels.
We will therefore have the pleasure of welcoming you to the gallery from Wednesday January 27 from 10 AM to 5.30 PM to present our BRAFA 2021 hanging.
We invite you to watch this short video highlighting two works from our collection.
25 November - 29 November 2020
Discover our ONLINE selection of works !
08 October - 08 October 2020
Open door evening from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
We invite collectors to discover an "extraordinary" work!
As part of the "Rendez-vous" evening, we will highlight an emblematic work: the "Portrait-robot of André Schoeller" produced in 1968 by ARMAN.
This three-dimensional work, presented as a painting, is an accumulation of effects and personal objects under plexiglass embodying the protean personality of André Schoeller. Dandy, passionate collector, he was a gallery owner and then a renowned expert in modern art, African art and Amerindian art.
All these objects chosen by the artist in his model’s home reflect the life of his friend, a well-known figure in the art market and in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district where he loved to walk.
In this Portrait-robot, references are not lacking; Arman has chosen in particular to evoke Africa with a fly hunt and an old coin, America with a Sioux dagger and its beaded scabbard, modern art with an original canvas by Jean Messagier, artist from the André Schoeller gallery.
This eclectic accumulation seemed to us to be perfectly representative of the spirit of Saint-Germain des Prés and its great artistic diversity.
13 September - 13 September 2020
The Galerie des Modernes presents a selection of his latest acquisitions
26 January - 02 February 2020
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First event of the year !
In Brussels, at Tour & Taxis : STAND 75 C
30 October - 01 December 2019
We invite you to discover at the gallery our new hanging !
17 October - 21 October 2019
One of the major events during the Parisian Art Week.
06 June - 06 July 2019
Our exhibition will showcase unseen inks and watercolors from different periods as well as some oils executed by Dora Maar in her house in Ménerbes and her Parisian apartment.
26 January - 03 February 2019
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First event of the year !
In Brussels, at Tour & Taxis : STAND 77c
18 October - 22 October 2018
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Our first Parisian meeting of the season !
STAND 215 B
07 June - 16 June 2018
CARRE RIVE GAUCHE
04 May - 08 April 2018
21 March - 26 March 2018
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Come and join us in Paris, Palais Brongniart, Place de la Bourse
27 January - 04 February 2018
Created in 1956, the Brussels Art Fair is one of the oldest and also one of the most prestigious art fairs in the world.
19 October - 23 October 2017
07 September - 16 September 2017
Les 110 antiquaires et galeristes du Carré Rive Gauche vous invitent à flâner à travers 7 000 ans d’arts décoratifs !
21 March - 27 March 2017
26th edition of the Salon du dessin
Palais Brongniart - PARIS
This year, the Salon du Dessin, will feature 39 prestigious galleries specialising in Old Masters, Modern and Contemporary drawings.
More than 1000 drawings will be showcased in the prestigious Palais Brongniart. A must-attend event for art lovers!
21 January - 29 January 2017
21-29 JANUARY, 2017
The Brafa Art Fair, created in 1956, is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious art fairs, famous for the high quality fine art, antiques, modern and contemporary art and design it offers. Brafa takes place during the last ten days of January. The first major art event of the year.
20 October - 23 October 2016
Pavilions, avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8e from place Clemenceau to place de la Concorde
Every day from Thursday October 20th to Monday 24th, 2016
11 AM to 8 PM, excepted Monday, closed at 6 PM
In preview opened only to press and professionals by invitation only:
Trade afternoon for professionals, Wednesday October 19th, 2 PM to 6 PM
Vernissage Wednesday October 19th , 6 PM to 10 PM
31 May - 04 June 2016
For his exhibition "Femme (s)", whose opening is scheduled May 31, 2016 from 18h to 22h, the combination of antique and art galleries seventh district will focus
fully and unconditionally to women, their complexity and multiplicity.
31 March - 03 April 2016
Founding event for the international fans and collectors of Art and Design, PAD PARIS reinvents the past 20 years the firm amateur and eclecticism, discerning aesthetic and plastic aspirations of his time to provide an intimate setting for those who through heritage and passion, elected the Decorative Arts and Design as the heart of their collection.
03 June - 07 June 2015
Carre Rive Gauche
vernissage Tuesday 2, june 2015
As André Malraux wrote "the art world is not that of immortality, it is that of the metamorphosis." Thus, the new team in charge of the association of the Carré Rive Gauche chaired by Alexander Piatti, has chosen to organize the 38th edition of the Spring event around the theme of "Metamorphoses"!
On this occasion, the antique shops and art galleries will honor the excellence of artists and artisans who through their creative power and their manual talent, transform the most common things and the simplest into works of art. Technical Metamorphoses, sand glass, kaolin ceramics; metamorphoses of clever little table at the desk, the secretary to the washstand; metamorphoses in homage to Ovid; metaphoric metamorphosis orchestrated by Dali ... The "Metamorphoses" Carré Rive Gauche will have something to surprise the audience.
20 September - 05 October 2013
dossier-de-presse-exposition-kermarrec-a-la-galerie-des-modernes-14.pdfThrough these "drawings of times," Joel Kermarrec us into her world of art, cultural and philosophical. This universe, rich, complex and enigmatic, is characterized by an ambivalent intertextuality. "Hypnos" god of sleep, "Epimetheus" creator animals on earth (unreasonable brother of Prometheus) and "Angel" messenger are they really the protagonists of this exhibition or just metaphors referring to the artist's obsessions ?