Maison et Objet 2017: Top Art & Design Galleries You Must Visit!
If you’re a design lover you must have been searching for the perfect design guide for your next trip to Paris in September for Maison et Objet 2017. Today we are going to bring you with the best art galleries in Paris and it looks like Parisians are experts in this field. Curious? Keep scrolling and let’s get ready for the most awaited trade show of the year!
Galerie Kreo is definitely one of the best design galleries in Paris, which opened in 1999 in the 13th arrondissement of Paris by Clémence and Didier Krzentowski. Their works are specially designed to be exhibited in the gallery and are mainly design limited and exclusive furniture pieces, as well as vintage lightning.
Galerie Kreo first defines itself as a “laboratory-space“ dedicated to producing limited edition contemporary pieces created exclusively for the gallery by luminaries such as Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Naoto Fukasawa, Jaime Hayon, Hella Jongerius, Alessandro Mendini, Marc Newson and many other recognized designers.
Galerie Patrick Seguin
Galerie Patrick Seguin is established in Paris since 1989 with one main goal that is to promote and publicize some of the best French artists that combine product and architecture.
The gallery was designed by Jean Nouvel, who won the Pritzker Price in 2008 and hosts a lot of works from Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier, and Jean Royère.
Galerie Maria Wettergren
A relatively young design gallery, Galerie Maria Wettergren opened its doors in 2010. Representing a number of fresh contemporary designers, the gallery exhibits unique and limited edition works.
The gallery believes that it is important to recognize the interdisciplinary dialogue that has arisen between design, arts and crafts, and architecture in recent years. Combining innovative methods of production with high-tech materials and outstanding design, these designers are at the forefront of their field.
Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval
Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval presents a selection of the best designers from early 20th Century decorative arts, ranging from Eileen Gray to Jean-Michel Frank.
Additionally, they now promote mid-century designers, seeing them as an important point of reference for the shaping of modern design. All in all, Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval is always at the forefront of Art Deco and Modernist design. A must-see if you’re a mid-century design lover!
With two Paris art galleries, Jousse Entreprise has been able to focus on a wide range of art and design, with the gallery on the rue de Seine being dedicated to furniture from the 1950s to the 1970s.
The space at rue Saint-Claude has allowed Jousse Enterprise to become more specialized in each field, and it offers the best examples of mid-century architect-designed furniture, as well as lighting and textiles.