DRAWING NOW Art Fair is the first contemporary art fair exclusively dedicated to drawing in Europe, created in 2007.
For its 15th edition, DRAWING NOW Art Fair returns to the Carreau du Temple in the 3rd arrondissement in Paris.
For this anniversary edition, we will find the best of contemporary drawing around a new program: at 4 rue Eugène Spuller 75003 Paris, in the heart of Paris.
See you from Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 March 2022 to discover the galleries and artists of this edition!
A selection of international galleries will present their selection of works around contemporary drawing from the last 50 years. The two sectors, Insight and Process, will once again show the most contemporary side of drawing.
Located on the ground floor, this area welcomes galleries that present an artist in focus on at least 30% of the total surface of their stand.
Located on the upper level (+1), this sector welcomes proposals from one or two French or international artists in a context that encourages the public to immerse themselves in the universe of one or two artists.
Located on the upper level (+1), this sector welcomes projects that combine drawing with various mediums such as photography or animation; or with disciplines such as architecture, pedagogy or history, in short a place where drawing tests its limits.
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APPLICATIONS FOR DRAWING NOW ART FAIR 2022 ARE OPEN!
The fair is exclusively reserved for galleries that can justify at least three exhibitions per year, independent artists are not accepted.
Applications are made via our online platform, we do not accept paper and pdf files.
Quality in all its senses! Thanks to the 2017 Drawing Now Prize, it is allowed the drawing to free itself from any constraints, thus offering visibility in all its material states!
A show always eagerly awaited, an attentive public, the opportunity to meet new collectors.
DRAWING NOW PARIS maintains a level of quality. It must continue to internationalize within Europe and with other continents. The organizing team makes great efforts in this direction and is attentive to the needs of gallery owners and very kind in all circumstances.
Suzanne Tarasiève, Galerie Suzanne Tarasiève
An edition welcoming new visitors and foreigners, especially Dutch, German, some Americans and new collectors. A particularly caring, calm, curious and happy audience to discover the diversity of the Show.
Isabelle Gounod, Galerie isabelle Gounod
A Fair as friendly as it is of high artistic quality. that can't be overlooked.
Whether it is a component of a sophisticated installation, framed, punalysed or painted on the wall, whether it spills into the field of video and animation, drawing is everywhere. Once considered a preparatory sketch or secondary document, this medium has become an art in its own right,
highly prized. The figures show that, according to the Artprice database, between 2005 and 2014, the volume of auctions of drawings more than doubled.
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Drawing Now, Dix ans de dessin
The first Contemporary Drawing Fair, which was launched in 2007, was confidential. This is no longer the case for its 10th edition not only in celebration, but also in
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The drawing has regained its luster among amateurs
"For its tenth edition, Drawing Now is taking an already strong position, looking at the safe values while valuing emerging artists.../... The model works because of the seventy-four merchants, the proportion of internationals is increasing, reaching 41 this year. It must be said that foreign salons devoted to drawing focus more on paper support than on
the medium in its multiple creative possibilities as is the case at Drawing Now. »
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