Drawing Week in Paris features three major drawing fairs exhibiting a range of work from Old Masters to contemporary artists.
Drawing Now – March 28 – 31
Since it inception in 2007, the Drawing Now Art Fair has become the essential yearly gathering for educators, students, and artists to engage in and celebrate experimental and traditional methods of drawing. The Drawing Now Art Fair was the first art fair in Europe entirely devoted to drawing. Every March, with seventy international galleries, over 400 artists and 2,000 artworks, artists of all backgrounds and levels assemble to discuss and discover different forms of drawing in today’s modern world. Drawing Now will be held at the Carreau du Temple 4 rue Eugène Spuller 75003 Paris.
DDessin – March 29 – 30
Established in 2012 to support and promote emerging artists, DDessin has found its place among the important art fairs in Paris. DDessin will present work from over 20 galleries from France and abroad,
As well, DDessin is hosting a conference on contemporary drawing at which PCA’s Véronique Devoldère and Chloe Briggs will be presenting.
“… for DDessin we will present Paris College of Art’s Drawing MA/MFA program as exemplified by our own personal research and work, collaborations, residencies and workshops we have done with students.”
DDessin will be at Atelier Richelieu 60 rue de Richelieu 75012 Paris.
Salon du Dessin – March 27 – April 1
The Salon du Dessin will host 39 galleries specializing in Old Master, modern and contemporary drawings including the most prestigious of the profession. In all, over 1000 drawings will be gathered together in the historical environment of the Palais Brongniart, place de la Bourse 75002 Paris.