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art geneve extends its artistic offering by inviting PAD into the heart of the fair
O.R.P., 2016. Chandelier, limited edition of 8 Smocky natural quartz crystal, aged brass Leds 54 watts - L.47 x H.115 x P.47 cm. Photo: Armel Soyer.


GENEVA.- For its 7th edition, artgenève extends its artistic proposal by inviting the PAD, including Decorative Arts, Historical and Contemporary Design.

Over the course of 6 years of continued development and consolidation, artgenève has taken root in the Geneva Lake region, establishing itself as a high end and internationally renowned contemporary and modern art fair. The fair now wishes to enrich its artistic offering with the inclusion of Historic, Modern and Contemporary Design, and Tribal Art. The famous PAD, established 21 years ago in Paris in the Tuileries and expanded to Berkeley Square in London 11 years ago, will bring together carefully selected galleries.

Thomas Hug and Laura Meillet, directors of artgenève and artmonte-carlo fairs, and Patrick Perrin, founder of the PAD, are motivated by the same vision of a quality fair on a human scale, at a time when the concept of major art fairs is constantly being rethought and redesigned.

"We are pleased to announce today this first-ever European and international partnership, the first edition of which will take place from 1 to 4 February 2018. The PAD will not be outdoors but will be integrated in the halls of Palexpo next to artgenève."

The PAD Geneva 2018 will bring together a selection of merchants from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and France. An international reputation that underscores the ambition to register the PAD Geneva and Argenève as an unmissable event in the Art and Design World.

Highlights

GALERIE LATHAM - Switzerland

For more than 25 years Lionel Latham likes representative furniture and objects of the Art nouveau, the Vienna Secession, the post-war design and the Decorative Art with a preference for the swiss creations. This is what led it to his interest in the contemporary decorative arts.

ALAIN MARCELPOIL - France
Specialised in furniture and Art Deco art objects, the gallery Alain Marcelpoil showcases André Sornay and Claudius Linossier masterpieces.

GALERIE MARCILHAC - France
The Galerie Marcilhac is one of the oldest Parisian gallery devoted to the Decorative Arts of the twentieth century. The gallery presents unique works from the 1920’s to the 1940’s.

CHAHAN GALLERY - France
Chahan Gallery has been showcasing, for several years now, a fine selection of American designers from 40’s to the 70’s, presenting the works of talented contemporary artists and highlighting the special line of furniture designed by Chahan Minassian himself.

JEAN DAVID BOTELLA - France
After 20 years spent rue de Mazarine in Paris, Jean-David Botella opens a new art gallery on 42, rue de Seine. A new atmosphere is set with steel covered walls and two shop windows overlooking rue de Seine and rue de l’Echaudé.

ANNE AUTEGARDEN - Belgium
Anne Autegarden became an antiques dealer, alongside her father, at a very young age. She quickly discovered a passion of 20th century decorative furniture. Twenty years on, she specialises in Italian design from 1905 to 1980.

MAISON RAPIN – 88 GALLERY - France
Maison Rapin brings together all the activities of the antique dealer-designer Philippe Rapin: 88 Gallery-Paris, 88 Gallery-Hong Kong, Kam Tin Furniture and Saint Ouen Vintage. The whole universe and artistic choices of an eclectic merchant are united.

18 DAVIES STREET GALLERY- UK
Galerie 18 Davies Street is dedicated mainly to Historical Design. She represents major Art Deco actors such as Dupré-Lafon, Marc Du Plantier and Eugène Printz.

JACQUE LACOSTE - France
For PAD Genève, Jacques Lacoste honors a collection of works from the 20th century Decorative Arts: Marc Duplantier, Georges Jouve, Max Ingrand, Gio Ponti and Jean Royère. An exceptional coffee table by Georges Jouve in red and orange glazed ceramics will be exhibited.

MODERNITY - Sweden
The Modernity gallery proposes a rare and high quality collection of fine furniture, ceramics, lights and textiles from renowned Scandinavian fine furniture. The gallery collaborates with major international cultural institutions.

HOM LE XUAN - France
Hom’s furniture is a statement. The simple forms of the pieces he designs conceal an unusual balance between strong materials and clean lines. The elegance of his furniture stems from his imagination, from his drawing skills and the talent of the various trades that contribute to bring to life an item sketched on paper.

PRIVEEKOLLEKTIE - Netherlands
Priveekollektie represents recognized artists and designers, and provides young and upcoming talents with a platform for showing their exceptional collectable design and art pieces. Key in the collection is the combination of contemporary art and collectable design and the crossing of the fine line between both disciplines.

GALERIE ITALIENNE - France
The Galerie Italienne organises exhibitions of furniture and objects in dialogue with contemporary artists represented by the gallery, like a collector’s house.

GALERIE VAN DER STRAETEN - France
French designer Hervé Van der Straeten was born in 1965 and studied at the Paris École des Beaux-arts. His reputation grew from 1985 thanks to his graphic, sculptured jewellery collections. He has gained international recognition through the striking designs of his furniture, mirrors and lighting.

ACHILLE SALVAGNI - UK
The London Atelier draws from a selection of Salvagni’s iconic pieces and places them in an intimate domestic environment allowing collectors and design aficionados to experience in person the uncompromising craftsmanship that goes into each work.

ARMEL SOYER - France
The Armel Soyer Editions gallery is devoted to decorative arts of the 21st century, proposing a contemporary and global approach, while implementing sometimes forgotten know-how.

GALERIE GOSSEREZ - France
Rare but functional, original and contemporary, the pieces of design furniture also include more sculptural and expressive creations, to be seen and discovered in our two-storey showroom and its typically Parisian vaulted basement.

GARRIDO GALLERY - Spain
Juan and Paloma Garrido, both internationally well renowned, are the second generation of a family comprised of silversmiths and owners of some of the most innovative and contemporary goldsmith workshops.

PHOENIX ANCIENT ART - Switzerland
Phoenix Ancient Art is considered by many specialists in the field to be the world’s leading dealer in rare and exquisite antiquities. The scope of the collection includes objects from the lands that formed the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine world, as well as cultures in Mesopotamia, the Near East, Egypt, Europe, the Balkans, Eurasia, and the Steppes.

WALID AKKAD - France
All Walid Akkad’s jewels are the combined result of his love of nature, his quest for beauty, his knowledge and taste for original and rare stones, his infinite patience and the perfect mastery of his art.

LORENZ BAUMER - France
Lorenz Bäumer, a jewelry designer settled at Place Vendôme in Paris, is participating in the PAD Geneva’s first edition with a selection of fine jewelry pieces.

DUMONTEIL - France
The Galerie Dumonteil is pleased to present a selection of design pieces, sculptures, paintings and photographs on the theme of Animal and Nature.

GALERIE MARTEL-GREINER - France
Helene Greiner revisits independent artists who succeeded to give a twist to new sculptures after Rodin disappearance, and after-war sculptures. Giving the priority to Arts Déco and the integration of sculpture within interior, Helene Greiner presents in her two galleries based in Rive Gauche in Paris the greatest movements of French, Belgium, Italian and American design from the 50’s to 70’s, lighting limited edition artist furniture.





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