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The Pagoda

For the third consecutive year, the Parisian rendez-vous dedicated to Asian art will expand beyond the borders of France. Specialised French gallerists and antiques dealers will welcome their international counterparts for a collective exhibition at the Pagoda, former home of the notorious Chinese dealer and collector Ching Tsai Loo (1880-1957), better known as C. T. Loo. The emblematic building, with its red-ochre façade and Chinese-inspired architectural elements, nestled in the heart of the Haussmannian district of the Plaine Monceau, resonates to Asian art lovers throughout the world.

This exhibition welcomes, alongside French galleries, major dealers who will travel from Belgium, the United Kingdom, and the United States:

Gregg Baker Asian Art (Belgium)

Galerie Jean-François Cazeau (France)

Clare Chu Asian Art (United States)

Carlo Cristi, Asian Arts Company (Belgium)

Galerie Nicolas Fournery (France)

Galerie Hioco (France)

Jonathan Hope (United Kingdom)

Galerie Kiyama - Yumekoubou (Japon/France)

Galerie Louis & Sack (France)

Galerie Luohan (France)

Nies Oriental Art (Belgium)

Sue Ollemans Oriental Art (United Kingdom)

Galerie Alexis Renard (France)

Carlton Rochell Asian Art (United States)

Runjeet Singh (United Kingdom)

Galerie le Toit du Monde (France)

The Pagoda

48 rue de Courcelles 75008 Paris

Exhibition from 7 to 13 June 2024

Open every day from 11am to 7pm

Except Saturday 8 and Thursday 13 June from 11am to 6pm

 

Limited admission by invitation only.

Tickets are on sale on our website from the "Program" page.

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Edition 2022

© Millie CHIRON, étudiante en Master 2 Management de la Culture, Musiques actuelles et Réalisation documentaire à l'Université Catholique de Lille

© music : "Musique : New Age - NO SPIRIT, Wys"

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