Art Basel Paris 2022
After long speculation and anticipation, the French offspring of Art Basel, officially known as Paris +, par Art Basel, has finally opened its doors.
The venue – the Grand Palais Éphémère – just across the Champ de Mars from the Eiffel Tower, was full of energy and packed for the first few hours.
The aisles were brimming with international collectors on the first day, including Edward Carminiac, Charles Carmeniak, Gracina Kulczyk, Pamela Joyner, Maja Hoffman, Mira, Don Rubell, Candice and Philip Aarons, as well as internationally known curators and directors – and even former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
Here is a collection of the best booths of the fair, for those who couldn’t make the way to Paris.
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