Artists Spotlight


"The potential of his artistic technique by transforming wine into pigment, and discovers a palette rich in nuances of colors."

Arran Rahimian

"What keeps me excited when painting is the handling of line and shape"

Enzo Marra

“The deep green that the black linearities exist upon, a strongly natural voice in its final resolution despite its enamel sheen.”


Antonio Pauciulo

“Human flesh and oil painting feel so similar that sometimes I'm surprised that the flesh of a painting is cold to the touch.”

© Galeristes


A show for French gallery owners and collectors, imagined by Stéphane Corréard, specialist in contemporary art, and in particular on the French scene. He was alternately or simultaneously art critic, curator, journalist and collector.

A show, the 2020 edition of which opened on Friday 23 October at the Carreau

du Temple, in the Marais, in Paris. With almost 41 exhibitors - including 13 new ones. The opportunity for an informed and amateur public, to discover new artists, to get an eye, to talk to many gallery owners.

Visitors will discover contemporary art, art brut, photography, modern art. 

ALB – Anouk Le Bourdiek Gallery with Eric Simon and Nicolas Pegon, La Forest Divonne Gallery with Hao Shimming, Jeff Kowatch ;Jean François-Cazeau Gallery with Nicolas Lefeuvre, Picasso ; Double V Gallery with Caroline Denervaud. 

© Deana Lawson 


The 2020 Hugo Boss Award went to African-American photographer Deana Lawson, among other nominees including Nairy Baghramian, Kevin Beasley, Elias Sime, Cecilia Vicuña and Adrián Villar Rojas. Each of them will receive $ 10,000, a decision made in response to the Covid-19 crisis and its dire consequences for artists.

Born in 1979 in New York State, she photographs the daily life of African Americans in the United States.

“Deana Lawson is the first photographer to receive the Hugo Boss Prize, and her contribution to the medium and the wider cultural landscape is essential,” said Richard Armstrong, director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, partner of the prize.

Lawson will receive an endowment of $ 100,000 and will see his work on display at the Guggenheim Museum in New York in spring 2021.