Achetez de l'Art

«  Achetez de l’art » (means «Let's Buy Art ») is a french initiative to encourage people to buy art, to go to the galleries, to the fairs, to be part of the art world and of the art market.

Dope Gallery support « Achetez de l’Art » since the beginning of the adventure

As a young gallery we are sometimes confronted to people who think that Art should not be for sale, that the market is not good for the artistic creation.

This vision is a bit out of phrase with the reality.

From the Renaissance (I think about the Medicis or about the flamish dealers) the collectors, by purchasing, by cultural patronage, support the artists. The Louvre or the National Gallery would be very small museums without the works from private collections

Public institutions are doing a lot for some form of cultural expressions but the art needs the market to be really alive. The artists needs the collectors, the galleries, the fairs, the auction houses to have their creations shining around the world.

In return Art is generous with us. He lets the collector educate his taste, his curiosity, it makes our everyday nicer, more original and richer.

http://achetezdelart.com

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Dope Gallery at Art Up 2015

We are pleased to present our selection of artists during Art Up 2015, the fair will be held from 12 to 15 of February in Lille, France

Works from:

LANS KING (France)

ZOKATOS (UK)

FILFURY (UK)

READY MADE FRANCE (France)

RAFAEL SLIKS (Brasil)

LAZAKY (France)

http://www.art-up.com/

 

Nous sommes heureux de présenter notre sélection d'artistes du 12 au 15 février lors d' Art Up 2015 à Lille.

Seront exposés: Lans King, Zokatos, Sliks, Filfury, Ready Made France

http://www.art-up.com/

Koons à Pompidou!

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Sortez vos agendas, Jeff Koons débarque au Centre Pompidou fin 2014 ! Vous pourrez retrouver toutes les œuvres cultes de l’artiste lors d’une exposition exceptionnelle, la première en Europe à retracer près de quarante années de travail (1979 à nos jours). Cette rétrospective, imaginée chronologique, nous replongera dans l’inspiration Pop Art, des débuts de Koons jusqu’à sa réinterprétation du « readymade ». On espère à cette occasion qu’à l’instar de nos « Puppy » le Centre Pompidou parrainera des éditions limitées. De quoi enrichir nos collections !

Exposition Jeff Koons, du 26 novembre 2014 au 27 avril 2015, Beaubourg, Paris.