PAD: The French Art of Living is Back in Paris

La Gazette Drouot
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After a two-year hiatus due to Covid, the Pavillon des Arts et du Design is back in the Tuileries Gardens in the heart of Paris. Despite the international context, the event seems eagerly awaited. Wahgi Valley, Papuasia-New Guinea, second half of the 20th century. Large Phantom warrior’s shield, carved wood, pigments and rattan, 178 cm/70.08 in. Presented by the Flak gallery.© Galerie Flak Sixty-nine dealers, including 13 newcomers and about 10 from abroad, are participating in the 24th PAD, which remains true to its original purpose: eclecticism. "I’ve always enjoyed mixing periods, genres and styles," says founder Patrick Perrin, feeling a bit

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