Agenda

From April 20 to June 23, 2024
Chez Nathalie Dupuis stand 73 aisle 1 Paul Bert

Born in Ecuador, Ananda Aragundi-Hanus took up ceramics as a self-taught artist, before devoting herself entirely to it shortly after arriving in France in 2002. She trained at the Institut de Céramique Française de Sèvres. She then embarked on a long period of research into form and glazes, which she enriched with the help of artists such as Gustavo Perez, Shozo Michikawa and Akira Satake.…

In progress
From March 9, 2024
Le Carré stand 9 aisle 3 Serpette

And you, what do you see when you look?

Painting is an artistic form that involves a surface on which colors are applied. The image produced – the one that is given, can be the reproduction of the existing visible, the creation of a daydream or even the manifestation of a feeling. Painting offers to embrace an infinity of things often nestled beyond…

Ended
From Saturday November 11, 2023
Le Carré stand 9 aisle 3 Serpette

Miniatures, amulets, ornaments, representations of divinities or spiritual entities, bronzes make us realize that the monumental can sometimes fit in the palm of your hand.

Bronzes have been around for almost as long as we can remember. They are one of the first artistic manifestations to have crossed the ages and continents. Favored by their size and material, they are one of those…

Ended
October 5, 2023
Philippe Schuermans stand 43-45 aisle 1 Paul Bert

Anna-Iris Lüneman's works are a feminine reinterpretation of abstract expressionism. The artist uses color as a projection of emotions. Line and color condition this series of works entitled "With a twist series". Photographer, ceramist and painter, Anna-Iris Lüneman is a multidisciplinary artist.
A discreet artist, she has exhibited her work in major venues such as the Musée d'Art…

Ended
October 5, 2023
Eric Fleuret, stands 212-214 aisle 5 Paul Bert

A Hungarian-born sculptor, painter and architect, the forms created by Pierre Székely have an obvious kinship: they reflect raw, original, sacred intuitions. At the same time, he is developing an experimental graphic production. Preparatory sketches for sculptures, prints on various media, various tests, lithographs, drawings and so on. Each print is different from the others, revealing a…

Ended
October 5, 2023
Galerie Vauclair stand 79 aisle 6 Paul Bert

For the Fête des Puces on Thursday, October 5, the Paul Bert-Serpette market decided to celebrate Nature. Galerie Vauclair, which always has more than one branch in its wicker basket, has concocted a number of ideas and hunted for them all summer. Laurence & Denis present "Les chaises musicales-automnales", because at Galerie Vauclair, those who go hunting never lose their place. For those…

Ended
October 5, 2023
Brazil Modernist, stand 137 aisle 2 Paul Bert

Brazil Modernist offers an artistic experience that transcends cultural boundaries and explores the convergence between Brazilian modern design and ancestral indigenous art. The “Organic Harmony” exhibition presents a unique collection of pieces that celebrate organic form and the deep relationship with nature, an essential characteristic of Brazilian modernist design and the art of Brazil's…

Ended
October 5, 2023
Adrienne Lebrun, stand 3 aisle 2 Serpette

This year, Adrienne Lebrun is spotlighting the Hungarian artist Paul Szasz, presenting some twenty works from 1960 to 1962, at the height of his abstract period. With great respect for his contemporaries Matisse, Rouault and Chagall, Szasz's canvases are full of movement and Mediterranean hues, in the service of his own sensibility.

Artist biography

PAUL SZASZ Budapest 1912 -…

Ended