Created in 1953, ADAGP represents 133,000 artists all over the world in all disciplines of the visual arts. At the heart of an international network, ADAGP perceives and allocates artists’ rights, protects them and ghts for the improvement of property rights. It is now the rst authors’ society of visual arts in the world. Eager to underline the crucial role of creation in the world, ADAGP encourages the creative scene by nancially initiating and/or supporting speci c projets, enhancing visual arts and ensuring their promotion on a national and international level.

Art, you’ll get it when you’re... younger! Since 2014, ART KIDS Paris has offered children a playful, creative and innovative initiation into the world of art. Through guided tours of cultural spaces, activities and artists meetings, it presents an on-demand offer adapted to companies and to parents’ lifestyles and leads the field in cultural experiences destined for a young audience. An expert in edutainment, ART KIDS Paris turns art into child’s play and museums into new playgrounds!

Artland is the leading platform dedicated to connecting art collectors and galleries worldwide. As the world’s first social art market, Artland empowers collectors and galleries to build strong relations by offering them a platform to engage with each other and collect, showcase and sell art in a trusted and easy way. By merging art and technology, Artland brings the art world into the 21st century, making it more accessible for a new generation of collectors to cross the threshold, while at the same time providing seasoned collectors with a platform to share their lifelong passion in a global community. Founded in 2016 by the Danish brothers Mattis and Jeppe Curth, Artland seeks to cultivate dialogue between the art market’s key players, with the aim of continuously supporting and nurturing the growth of the art world and the development of healthy, long-lasting relations between collectors and galleries.

Gastronomy center and restaurant Belafonte intertwines design and cuisine through made-to- measure events. Created by chef Alexandre Poisson and designer Matéo Garcia, Belafonte unites chefs, designers, orists and ceramicists in the collaboration and creation of unique and elegant epicurean moments.

The Centre Pompidou, one of the world’s first institutions in the field of modern and contemporary art, has hosted every creative discipline for the last 40 years. Since its opening in 1977, it has established a powerful image of modernity, quality and cultural innovation throughout the world. The Centre Pompidou houses an incomparable collection of over 120,000 works. At the crossroads of artistic disciplines, it produces over twenty temporary exhibitions each year and hosts dances, theatrical shows, performances, films and debates. Today, the Centre Pompidou continues its international development.

The Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art has represented galleries and defended their interests since 1947. As the representative organization of the main stakeholders of the art market among politicians, institutions and administrative authorities, its voice is respected and heard. It takes part in drafting art market regulations, thus contributing to economic and cultural policies in France. The CPGA also advises and supports its 250 member galleries on technical issues and is committed to supporting French artists on the international stage.

Emerige is a committed patron in the field of culture. Thanks to the Emerige Revelations Grant, it brings attention to the work of numerous French emerging artists allowing them to stage their first solo exhibition. Emerige also promotes art in the city and co-launched the charter ”1 immeuble, 1 œuvre” (”1 building, 1 artwork”). Lastly, Emerige supports several educational and artistic programs aimed at young audiences such as ”A Vacation Day in Versailles” which allows 5 000 children deprived of vacation to discover the Palace of Versailles thanks to a cultural mediation.

Established in 1819, ESCP Europe has educated generations of leaders and entrepreneurs. With its six urban campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw, ESCP Europe’s true European identity enables the provision of a unique style of cross-cultural business education and a global perspective on international management issues. With Institut Jean-Baptiste Say, dedicated to entrepreneurship and innovation, ESCP Europe has developped a unique approach linking business and art.

Every year collectors and art lovers gather at FIAC in the Grand Palais where a selection of the most prestigious international galleries celebrate modern and contemporary creation. For its 45th edition, held from October 18th to 21st 2018, FIAC reaffirms its commitment to those who make the art world so stimulating and vibrant. Its innovative multidisciplinary cultural programs, open to the public, enlarge the outreach of the fair and encourage dialogue.

La Fondation d’entreprise Ricard s’inscrit dans le mécénat pour l’art développé par la société Ricard depuis presque vingt ans. Elle est le lieu d’émergence de toute une génération d’artistes. Elle a pour vocation de soutenir la création contemporaine française et d’en diffuser la connaissance sur le plan national et international.

Frac île-de-france (FRAC = Regional collection of contemporary art) supports contemporary art creation through several missions: the enrichment of its collection, the programming and production of exhibitions, the development of an educational program for all types of publics, and the publishing of policy linked to exhibitions and to the collection. Situated near Buttes-Chaumont, the frac île-de- france / le plateau has become an essential site for contemporary art in France and presents three to four exhibitions each year as well as performances, meetings, concerts, and more.

As a specialised insurer, my team supports numerous artists, artistic craftworkers, gallerists, dealers, auction houses, collectors, restaurant owners, institutions, in France and internationally, by developing long-term relationships based on trust, attentiveness, expertise, and a desire to offer unparalleled tailor-made service with solutions that match distinction and accessibility.

The new Fondation opens in a 19th century industrial building renovated by Rem Koolhaas and OMA, his architectural firm. The architect conceived the 2,200 m2 space as a curatorial machine and introduced in its central courtyard a steel and glass “exhibition tower” composed of four mobile platforms. The 9 rue du Plâtre building thus reflects flexibility and adaptability, as required by numerous future projects. After three years of construction, this structure features 875 m2 of exhibition space, production workshops, an area dedicated to artistic practices for all visitors, a café-restaurant and a store. The originality of these spaces and the possibilities they offer reflect the pioneering nature of the building and foundation.

The original palace hotel in the heart of historic Paris on rue de Rivoli, Le Meurice is the very epitome of quiet elegance, the ultimate in the French art of living and alive with the artist’s soul of wit and magic.

Throughout the year the City of Paris develops a share contemporary art policy. The Paris Municipal Contemporary Art Collection (FMAC), the Nuit Blanche event, the implementation of big works in public space, exhibitions o ered by museums and various cultural facilities of the City of Paris areas many ways of allowing everyone to have access to artworks. Paris is also involved to support artists, to empower themselves with the means for creating and accompany those who contribute to promote them. Because galleries are essential cultural actors and key players in this cultural vitality, the City of Paris is happy to join Paris Gallery Weekend since its creation.

Between ou and tailoring, Mazarine mixes the traditional vision of couture with a modern aesthetic. The brand was awarded the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris in 2015. At the borders of bespoke and made in France, focusing on high quality fabrics and colors, the Mazarine silhouette is inspired by unknown ages and unde ned places.

The DGCA (Direction générale de la création artistique, or General Direction of Artistic Creation) was created with the intention to support research and creative endeavors, to facilitate the promotion of all artistic disciplines, todevelop a policy for the purchasing and ordering of artworks, and to contribute to the development of networks for the creation and diffusion of the performing and visual arts. Founded on January 13, 2010 as a unification of the Direction de la musique, de la danse, du théâtre et des spectacles and the Délégation aux arts plastiques, the DGCA promotes action through its strong network of institutions and projects throughout France and through its support of important national and international art festivals and biennials.

After six years of work, the transformation at the Parisian site of Monnaie de Paris concluded with the opening of 11 Conti - Monnaie de Paris. Monnaie de Paris presents the first retrospective in France of the internationally-acclaimed contemporary artist Subodh Gupta. Showcasing the diversity of Subodh Gupta’s practice, the exhibition features iconic sculptures using stainless steels pots and pans, such as Very Hungry God (2006), and found objects alongside new works.

Designed as a belvedere opening onto a wild space in the centre of Paris, the musée de la Chasse et de la Nature enables visitors to understand the relationship between humans and animals through the ages. A collation of works of ancient, modern and contemporary art, the permanent collections are presented in an original museography combining the works with stuffed animals and elements of interpretation.

Museum is the first TV channel entirely devoted to art. Fine Arts, Street Art, Video Art, Contemporary Art, Photography, Architecture, Design ... All the arts are found on Museum through entertainment, discovery, news ... Museum turns all its original productions in 4K Ultra-High-Definition. Museum is only available in Canal offers (channel 84), on Free in the Freebox Revolution Package with TV by CANAL Panorama (channel 213) and on Orange in the Family by Canal package (channel 136). Settle in, Museum is full of surprises!

What is happening this season in the world of contemporary art? Month by Month (March to September 2018), Numéro Art selects the personalities and events that will count, with exclusive works by artists, interviews, meetings with the greatest artists and actors of the art world but also major events, new museums and a selection of exhibitions to see and all you need to know about the young international art scene.

Smartify is a free app which helps people make meaningful connections with art. Using image recognition technology, Smartify instantly identifies artworks by scanning them on your smartphone. Through Smartify, users can unlock the stories behind the art and create a digital personal art collection. Smartify will be available in each participating gallery during Paris Gallery Weekend.

Talking Galleries is an international think tank dedicated to generating debate and knowledge in the field of art galleries and the art market. Launched in 2011 by Llucià Homs, it holds an annual symposium in Barcelona and organises talks and conferences in global art capitals such as Paris, Berlin, Madrid, or London and New York (coming in 2018), where it has developed a strong network of local partners.

What better way to redesign your office than a work of art! Triptyc is for all business owners who want to redefine their image. We offer a unique layout and design solution to create offices which live up to the expertise of our clients. Triptyc assists its clients in the choice of design furniture and works of art, by ”art-leasing” our customers will enjoy tax and economic advantages and the transfer of property to a «third person» at the end of the contract.