A plethora of Asian cultural events are taking place in Paris each day! Here are a few highlights, but we cannot list everything. So, check out the website of the various Asian cultural centers (usually in French and the original language) for full listings; or the websites of Musée Guimet and Musée Cernuschi.
NOTE: This list is not exhaustive, and the events are not in any way particularly endorsed by AWAP. If you wish to share other events not listed here, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In celebration of the upcoming International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC), we have compiled a list of events that might be of interest:
1. Galerie LJ
18 Oct – 27 Nov 2012
12 rue Commines, 75003
Tue – Sat, from 11h00 – 19h00
Quentin Garel Sculptures
Quentin Garel comes back with a series of new bronze sculptures: heads of camel, baby elephant, rooster, big rhino, monkeys; as well as skulls of pink flamingo, lion, seagull, porpoise. A set of friendly animals, proud and ultimately so human. After two years of voluntary asceticism, Garel also comes back with a new series of drawings, which now combine preparatory sketches with pencil and more complete representations. A remarkable evolution in his work.
2. Galerie Vidal – Saint Phalle
13 Oct – 01 Dec 2012
10 rue du Trésor, 75004
Per Kirkeby Paintings – Recent Works
3. Galerie Spree
10 Oct – 03 Dec 2012
11 rue Lavieuville, 75018 (Metro: Abbesses or Pigalle)
Bruno Aveillan “Bolshoi Underground” photographs