Paris is without a doubt the cultural capital of the world. It has many beautiful art galleries, of which the three most prominent are the Galerie des Estades, the Galerie Daniel Templon and the Galerie Polka. Here is a brief presentation of these Parisian museums.
Paris, the cultural capital of the world !
Paris has been known as the world capital of culture since the beginning of the 20th century. Its cultural influence dominates the world. It has the largest number of museums, art galleries, cinemas and theatres in the world. Historically, at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, Paris was able to organise two world exhibitions with 50 million visitors. To this day, Paris has maintained its leading position in the world of art. Art lovers have a wide choice of classical art, sculpture, contemporary art, photography and a variety of exciting art exhibitions. The art dealer Estades is an exceptionally brilliant Parisian gallery for contemporary art.
The three best art galleries in Paris !
The three most important art galleries in France are located in Paris, the three most important being Galerie Estades, Galerie Daniel Templon and Galerie Polka. The Estades Gallery has a permanent exhibition of works by great masters such as Buffet, Dufy, Mathieu, Fassianos and Cocteau. This gallery also exhibits works by emerging artists, sculptors and painters. It organises around twenty exhibitions each year in prestigious venues such as hotels and restaurants. The Daniel Templon Gallery is one of the few leading galleries that have been in this field for almost half a century. It specialises in contemporary art and exhibits works by Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethrope, Joel Shapiro and Christian Boltanski, among others. The Polka gallery is exclusively devoted to photojournalism. It exhibits the work of photographers such as Matt Henry, Françoise Huguier and Ethan Levitas.
The French capital attracts thousands of art lovers !
This is where Roman Abramovich and François Pinault mingle with the masses : Paris’ art galleries, often filled with works that are as confusing as they are expensive, are always open to the public, and have a way of charming an eclectic mix of wealthy collectors, art lovers and lost Neophytes. Mainly grouped in Belleville, Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Marais, these more or less illustrious hypermarkets of wealth delight all passers-by with their passion for entirely free visual surprises.