20 000 visitors: new opportunities for contacts
Broaden your network of contacts and strengten your relationship in a premium environment.
Meet curators from the most famous European institutions, and those from the graphic art cabinets.
Increase your network with new collectors.
Introduce the work of your artists to more than 500 journalists.
Hold out your vision of contemporary drawing now.
How to participate: key points
Application forms are now closed for the 2013 edition.
The fair is only for galleries, independent artists are not accepted.
To receive the further details about the 2013 edition, please contact us.
All submitted application forms will be subject to selection by the committee, an appointed college of experts. The selection will be made on the basis of the following criteria:
- Quality of the presented one-man show* proposé sur au moins 1/3 de la surface du stand,
- respect for the over-all balance of the fair’s content,
- compatibility of the gallery’s general artistic orientation with that of the fair,
- the exhibition space availability.
A new dedicated area to promote the youngest galleries
DRAWING NOW l EMERGENCE introduces less than 4 years old galleries which shall do a one-man show on at least an half of the booth about a maximum 35 years old artist. This sector will have a dedicated promotion. The booth will size around 12sqm with a minimum of 9 linear meter of partitions and 3 spotlights.
Exhibitors have their say
« The fourth edition of the contemporary drawing fair was for us the best one of all. The new venue at the Carrousel du Louvre showed itself to be an excellent choice. It is the third time we have participated in the Fair and this event is becoming increasingly interesting for us as a bridge towards the French drawing market to strengthen our relations with the French institutions and collectors. We look forward to returning in 2011. Having a very good reputation outside France, where a large number of curators and drawing collectors observe the Fair with great interest and enthusiasm, we hope that the Fair will see an increase in the number of non-French galleries. »