Paris Gallery Weekend takes place in sixty galleries the 2, 3, 4, 5 July 2020.
Free and open to all from 12pm to 7pm! Access to the galleries will be in accordance with health regulations.
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Created in 2014 by Marion Papillon, CHOICES organises Paris Gallery Weekend, which is now established as a major moment in modern and contemporary art galleries. In 2020, the event gathers about forty galleries across the city to highlight a bubbly and diverse Parisian art scene. For four days, artists, collectors, professionals and art lovers alike are invited to meet for vernissages, exhibitions, performances, talks, concerts, brunches…
After a Masters of Art Administration (UNSW, Australia), Marie Delas gained her experience in galleries, at the Sydney Biennale, at a foundation and as an exhibition assistant. She is in the IFM Entrepreneurs program in order to support the cultural and artistic projects she leads as well as to connect with other universes. In 2016, she joined Paris Gallery Weekend where she participates in the development of the event through the redesign of its communication, building partnerships with an open approach and improving mediation.
Head of Mediation
Founder of Paris Gallery Weekend
Marion Papillon, Director of Galerie Papillon, created CHOICES in 2014 and started Paris Gallery Weekend to promote the Paris scene and the work of galleries. She brings together different actors from the art world, partners and new audiences to make this event an even richer moment for dialogue and encounters.
Galerie Anne-Sarah Bénichou
Anne-Sarah Bénichou is director of the gallery bearing her name which she founded in the Marais in 2016, after several experiences in the art market, auction houses and galleries. In it she represents contemporary French and international artists, both emerging and established.
Member of the Board
Galerie Lelong & Co.
A graduate of Ecole du Louvre, a national lecturer, English-speaking and German-speaking, Nathalie gained experience in France and abroad before joining Galerie Lelong & Co. in Paris in 2000. She is in charge of communication and external relations, where she has been forging privileged links with press and key players in the art market, both public and private. She pays a particular attention in accompanying mid-career artists to develop solo exhibitions, production, special projects and publications while being placed in important collections.
Eric Dereumaux founded the ARTCOM site in 1995 and CD-Rom French contemporary art, in 1999. He joined together with Éric Rodrigue in 2002 to start Galerie RX, which represents fifteen French and foreign artists. A specialist of the Korean art scene, he is also the President and Founder of the PARITANA association created in 2016 to support and encourage the creation of Madagascan artists. Since 2010, he has taught at ICART and has brought his expertise to the art market. In 2018, Eric Dereumaux was made Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters.
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff
After studying litterature and graduating from a master’s degree in Modern, Foreign and Comparative Literature at La Sorbonne, Sandrine Djerouet first started working in the field of communication for l’Observatoire agency. In 2003, she enters Galerie Nelson team as communication manager. Since 2008, she has joined Jocelyn Wolff’s as gallery director to to promote and reinforce represented artists at the gallery.
Galerie Eric Mouchet
Independent curator, Léo has been directing the contemporary section of Galerie Éric Mouchet in Paris, with a special focus on emerging artists since 2014. He has participated more than 30 exhibition projects at the gallery and elsewhere. Publisher and art critic, he is a also one of the co-founders of Born And Die Publishing. He launched in 2017 the project “Mapping At Last” which lays the foundations of an atlas of cartography and topography in the domain of contemporary art.
Galerie Jérôme Poggi
Jérôme Poggi is a historian and art critic specialized in the history of the art trade. He is the author of numerous articles, books and documentary films. A graduate from Ecoles Centrale and EHESS, he holds a Master in Art History. Jérôme Poggi began his gallery in 2009 after several years in art institutes, particularly at the Domaine de Kerguéhennec as assistant director. Convinced of the ability of galleries today to act beyond the market, at the very heart of society, he advocates for a broader conception of the art trade. He ties together his activities as a gallerist and accredited mediator for the Fondation de France for the «New Partners» operation he heads up at SOCIETIES, the non-profit organization he founded in 2004.