A viewing room faithful to the DNA of the FINE ARTS PARIS fair FINE ARTS PARIS 2020 ONLINE, a real showcase for the show, remains faithful to what makes its DNA, by favoring quality and conviviality, all as close as possible to the works, and the privileged link with the exhibitors. Check this news and more on Kenleaks Magazine.
It will allow you to discover the 10 most beautiful pieces, selected after agreement of the vetting, from a About fifty participating galleries.
The objects will scroll randomly on the platform, thus recreating the pleasure of discovery and of wandering in the fair.
Each visitor will also be able to dwell on the works, select from your favorites, access more information and get in touch directly with the merchant. Filters according to specialties, periods, names of artists or exhibitors will also be offered.
The organizers of FINE ARTS PARIS are aware that digital services cannot replace the engine, the driving force that a show represents for a meeting between gallery owners and collectors. But they turn out to be a great communication tool for galleries. when they allow a first connection.
FINE ARTS PARIS ONLINE will be accessible from Tuesday 24 November 1 p.m. for all those who will have received invitations to the opening and free access for all from Wednesday 25 November 11 a.m. and until Sunday November 29 at 7 p.m.
As in the face-to-face edition, the press will have a access on November 24 from 12 noon, one hour before the opening of the opening.
Due to the announcement of a 4 week lockdown and despite the determination of his organizers, Fine Arts Paris is forced to cancel its edition scheduled for November 26-29 in Palais Brongniart, as well as the Semaine des Beaux-Arts, the scientific conference, and launches its device virtual FINE ARTS PARIS ONLINE, accessible from November 24 to 29.
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