Wednesday, September 12, 2007

A must see gallery in Paris


Yesterday evening I attended a big opening in Galeriew, a gallery that I really love and where I already took a photo last year. It's not only very well located (near Les Abesses, not far from Montmartre) but it's also a great place to see. And, last, but not least, this gallery features real good artists. If you happen to be in the neighborhood do pay it a visit, it's located on 44 rue Lepic in the 18th arrondissement.

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  1. Merci pour l'info, c'est une galerie que je ne connaissais pas!

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  2. What? Another art gallery in Paris! Imagine that. :-) The floating walls displaying the artwork is clever. Was there any wine at the opening?

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  3. Pas de champagne et de petits fours? On est déçus! ;)

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  4. From your picture it seems to be quite popular.
    I like that photograph on the left.

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  5. I love the action of the people moving - looks like yet another great place to check out!

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  6. Eric,
    I love your photos and your blog! Your views of Paris are exquisite. I also enjoy all the comments. A great group of people!

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  7. So this is one way in which you exercise that amazing eye of yours.

    I like the soft, liquid, air-brushy floor, the textures of which are picked up in the blurry people movement; contrasted with the sharp angles and straight edges. And again that nearly flawless composition.

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  8. You make me want to go back so much... :(

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  9. What a great coincidence!!!
    Yesterday afternoon, I was again in the site of GalerieW to search for new items...
    I am also surprised how I missed you last year post, where it shows one of my favorite artist's paintings in the background!
    I will send my partner who is now in Paris to check the new opening and tell me if there are any new paintings of Celeste Bollack!

    Really a must see gallery, Eric!
    And your photo is really great!

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  10. I love the colour at the edge! And all that Tall Gary said, too.

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  11. Good information for those of us who have never heard of this gallery. And just from doing a quick perusal of the artists, I already decided my favorite is Troy Henriksen, who is also a poet. And my favorite painting by him, bar none, Blessing of a City. C'est trop cool!
    Loraine

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  12. Eric & Le Grand Famille,
    I still view PdP everyday but I have not been feeling too well so I don't comment away as I used to do. I can't wait to see this museum. Every year I have a long list of musts to see in Paris but we are rarely there for more than a week since we are trying to explore all of France and only have 5 week a year to accomplish same. Best to all!! Johnny

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  13. That's a great photo full of action and movement. Great blog.

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  14. Johnny P: Sorry to hear that you've been feeling under the weather - here's to a speedy recovery - I miss your posts!

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  15. Johnny, I make Pont Girl's words my own, hope you recover soon.

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  16. Hope you're feeling better Johnny. Can't have our favourite movie critic down and out.

    I still haven't been to this gallery Eric but must go. Maybe this weekend.

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