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Slick, the Contemporary Art Fair Dedicated to Uncovering New Talents, will Take Place in Paris
Slick reaffirms itself as an audacious platform for the emerging art scene.
PARIS.- Slick, the contemporary art fair dedicated to uncovering new talents, will take place in Paris from October 23rd to October 26th, during the FIAC, at the CENTQUATRE, Paris’ hottest new art establishment. They say that Slick is the most « in » « Off » in Paris. For it’s fourth edition, Slick grows up !

Covering over 4,000 m2, Slick is expanding to better welcome 60 French and International galleries (up from 58 in 2008), as well as artists and visitors. The event will include the main hall area as well as screening rooms, in order to devote space to performance and video art.

In 2009, Slick is preparing for a feast by opening its doors to the culinary arts with Slick Dessert, a monumental foodie installation, among other surprises. Slick will also be giving center stage to its gallerists with the Slicker magazine.

Slick reaffirms itself as an audacious platform for the emerging art scene, open to all artistic disciplines from around the world. It’s a place where we create and contemplate, meet and exchange, debate, take a stroll or take a first step, and enjoy ourselves through new discoveries and with renewed enthusiasm.

Galleries who will be participating this year:
ADN Galerìa, A.L.F.A, Artaban, Galerie Basia Embiricos, Bertrand Grimont, Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Ego Gallery, Elaine Levy Project, Espace à vendre / Le Cabinet, Espace G, Exit art contemporain, Galerie 85, Galerie Barnoud, Galerie Charlotte Norberg, Galerie Claire Gastaud, Galerie Dix9, Galerie Dukan & Hourdequin, Galerie Duplex, Galerie d'Ys, Galerie Frederic Desimpel, Galerie Iragui, Galerie Issue, Galerie Jacob Paulett, Galerie Kamchatka, Galerie KernotArt, Gallery Kobo Chika, Galerie L.J, Galerie Lacen, Galerie Marion Meyer, Galerie Pascal Vanhoecke, Galerie Plume, Galerie Polaris, Galerie Sit Down, Galerie Sollertis, Galerie Suty, Galerie Sycomore Art, Galerie UNA, Galerie Van Der Stegen, Galerie W, GHP, Gist Galerie, Hagalleria, Heart Gallery, JM Arts, JTM Gallery, Kuma Galerie, Léna'Roselli Gallery, Less is More Projects, LN Editions, MAM Galerie, MT Projectroom, Piekary Gallery, Porte Avion, Rec Galerie, Russian Tea Room, Studio 55, Tinbox, Trafic Galerie, Virgil de Voldere Gallery, Wilde Gallery

Slick | Galerie 85 | Galerie Barnoud | Galerie Charlotte Norberg | Galerie Claire Gastaud | Galerie Dix9 | Galerie Dukan & Hourdequin | Galerie Duplex | Galerie d'Ys |  |




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