Art Shopping took place at the Carrousel du Louvre from May 25th to 27th and welcomed more than 450 artists and galleries from all over the world. Visitors were exposed to many art techniques: abstract and figurative paintings, realism, sculptures, street art, etc.
This eclecticism was well represented on Mecenavie’s booth between Houda Bakkali’s digital illustrations, Esther Luthi’s light aquarelle paintings, Anna Leladze’s uncompromising paintings, David Dahan’s numbers and symbols, or Daniel Rene’s wooden artworks or Batli’s women portraits. This diversity in style and techniques certainly helped to satisfy visitors’ curiosity.
Out of the world of painting, the visitor could then observe Onur Deda’s elegant photography symbolizing a feminine and solitary waltz in five acts. Right next to it, Dominique Andre Woisard exhibited two silver photography, one representing crossing hands and the other a subtle portrait. These were in symbiose with Julian Vilalba’s Aqua: a straight look, with an aquarelle tilt printed on a light wooden support.
Sculptures also had a place of choice on Mecenavie’s booth from Nadine Ackermans’s fine metallic sculptures to Patricia Coenraets’s light 3D-printed bust, or Maud Freville’s massive bronze bust.
Art came in all shapes, fostering and surprising visitors. Mecenavie was honored to be there, right next to the “Pyramide Inversee”, encouraging and promoting exchanges around Art.