with Katu, Thomas ConchouHala Moawad,Samuel Fasse,Marouane Bakhti, Cyrus Goberville, Sébastien Forrester, Chouf, Fetva, Clément Delépine, Alex Housset, Amandine Nana, Philo Cohen, Salomé Chatriot, Pablo Altar, Abdullah Miniawy
Salon d’été is a new weekend-long event held on July 22nd and 23rd at Maison Louis Carré, a 1950s villa designed by Alvaar and Elissa Alto in the southwest of Paris. Salon d’été brings together two dozen galleries, editors and project spaces from the new Parisian art community, presenting one artist each in a joint exhibition, alongside a program of performances and talks, and a library of publications by Paris-based bookshop After 8 books.
In the spirit of Louis Carré, collector and art dealer who co-founded the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art (CPGA) with the intention of solidifying the local network of art galleries, Salon d’été aims to unite members of the Paris art scene in a weekend of conversation through art.
Throughout the weekend, guests engage with a program of performances and music curated by The Performance Agency. The program invites artists and performers to respond to the character of the Aalto villa, fostering social connections and celebrating the unique rhythms of the house.
Salon d’été was initiated together with Fitzpatrick Gallery and Sans titre.
Documented by Rob Kulisek