Young antique dealer, Aurélien Jeauneau strives to defend the French design of the second half of the twentieth century, with a predilection for the work of Pierre Guariche, one of the best creators of his generation. Supporting his work as a merchant on a large part of documentary research, Aurélien regularly offers in his gallery at 93 alley 6 at the Paul Bert market signed and referenced pieces of Pierre Guariche, Pierre Paulin, Joseph-Andre Motte, Robert Debièvre, Michel Mortier, Louis Paolozzi, Geneviève Dangles and Christian de France etc. Passionate about his profession and his specialization, Aurélien Jeauneau is recognized as a serious antique dealer. The NY Times, Elle Decor, Le Figaro and AD Spain were interested in his work. Holder of a master's degree in art history and a degree in visual arts, interest in design intensifies throughout his schooling and unrelenting research in old periodicals of decoration make him meet Pascal Cuisinier where he worked for two years, before moving to the Paul Bert market in Saint-Ouen in September 2013. He presented for the first time a monographic exhibition on the work of Pierre Guariche for the Belgian publisher Meurop, for the year of 70 years of the Paul Bert Serpette market, with the assistance of the architect Isabelle Stanislas and the publisher Pierre Frey.