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100 Paris – 10 Must Visit Art & Design Galleries in Paris

Today we showcase 10 Must Visit Art & Design Galleries and Museums in Paris! We are absolutely delighted to present this high glamorous list that has everything to amaze any art and design lover. Check it out!

 

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Centre Pompidou

The King of design galleries in Paris. Design is at the heart of the Centre Pompidou’s collections in a dialogue with the visual arts and architecture, from the modern avant-gardes to digital technologies.

 

Cité De L’Architecture et du Patrimoine

1 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre, 75116 Paris


La Cité de l’architecture et du Patrimoine
, with its permanent collections and temporary exhibits, is entirely dedicated to the discovery and knowledge of the city’s architecture, from the Middle Ages to our time.

 

Galerie BSL

14, Rue des Beaux Arts – 75006 Paris – France

Founded by Béatrice Saint-Laurent, one the best European curators, Galerie BSL promotes, produces and exhibits refined artworks that challenge the established borders of art and design. Unique art pieces or in very limited edition and the stunning contemporary sculptures that promote transcendency speak to the heart as much as to the intellect.

 

Galerie Kamel Mennour

47, Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006 Paris – France

This gallery, in the heart of Saint-Germaindes-Prés, in La Vieuville mansion, dates from the 17th century and is owned by the energetic Kamel Mennour. It exhibits creative works, like modern sculptures with an exclusive design, by emerging artists.

 

Gallerie Chastel-Maréchal

5, Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris – France

The Gallerie Chastel-Maréchal in Paris focuses on the promotion and re-discovery of important twentieth-century French designers, in particular, those working between 1930 and 1960. The range of artists represented provides a cogent overview of this period, and many of the artistic and contemporary works shown are extremely rare and have never previously been seen in the art market.

 

Galerie Diurne

50, Rue Jacob, 75006 Paris

Galerie Diurne was founded in 1982 by painter and designer Marcel Zelmanovitch, making carpets to order for private clients and interior talents such as Francis Sultana. This contemporary art gallery is a celebration of the now and present, elevating the great craftsmanship, threaten in the ’80s by mass-production, through the manufacturing of one-of-a-kind objects. Each rug is a unique masterpiece, a revival and each project is an opportunity for an original creation.

Galerie Perrotin

76, Rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris

This trendy and contemporary art gallery has three spaces in Le Marais, each more impressive than the other. Although it may feel intimidating to push the door and enter it is definitely worth the detour because here you can see the creative works of all the leading exclusive artists including Takashi Murakami, Pierre Soulages and Sophie Calle.

 

Le Louvre

Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, França

The Le Louvre is the national museum and art gallery of France, housed in part of a large palace in Paris that was built on the right-bank site of the 12th-century fortress of Philip Augustus. It is the world’s most-visited art museum, with a collection that spans work from ancient civilizations to the mid-19th century with amazing exhibits of design and art!

 

MUZEO


MUZEO
 is a reproduction of agency artworks- Serving our innovations MUZEO present in its showroom all their latest creations material printing, creative and products ( light weight frames , the use of molded work at the ceiling, provides digital …).

 

Van der Straeten Gallery

11, Rue Ferdinand Duval, 75004 Paris

The Van der Straeten Gallery, which opened in the Marais neighborhood of Paris in 1999, includes one of a kind or limited-edition pieces grouped in thematic exhibitions. These pieces have a strong presence that renders them instantly recognizable. They are made in the bronze and cabinet-making workshops set up and expanded by the designer over the years. Besides this, Hervé Van der Straeten is a truly independent contemporary artist and his work combines radical freedom of expression with meticulous execution. Hybridization, elegance, and refinement are his watchwords and what defines his work goals.

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