Salon DF Art Project 2020

Paris Floral Park

from October 3rd to October 12th 2020

Summary of the exhibition:

Paris Floral Park – Pavilion 18

Since June 2019, strengthened by a year of experience founded on the recruitment of artists across the world and their promotion on, as well as its other information and communication sources, the DF ART PROJECT has decided to present a collective exhibition for the first time ever in Pavilion 18, an exhibition space of 360 square meters.

The objective of this event is to show the general public, the media, collectors and art fans the sheer diversity of its living visual artists who express themselves in a singular way while sharing a common vision of their art

Figurative Destructuralism defends a view of society where the genuine possibilities of emancipation of mankind as well as the autonomy of imagination are redefined. This conceptualisation of artistic practice is based around the fragmentation of the figure and of reality, placing them in perspective, distorting them through a dynamic transformation which brings together painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, collage, digital art, performance and installation.

Created in 1969, le Parc Floral, is an official Botanical Garden of the City of Paris. It contains 35 hectares of gardens famed across the world for their environmental and natural beauty. Genuine oasis of greenery within the French capital, the park enchants a million visitors every year. Guided tours, exhibitions and festivals add rhythm to its life all year round.

List of selected exhibitors :

1. Adèle Bessy 

2. Adrien Conrad

3. Alessandro Sebastianelli

4. Annie Gabrielle Mallet

5. Arnaud Desfontaines

6. Aurélie Richard

7. Bergthor Morthens

8. Brno Del Zou

9. Cam Linh Huynh

10. Christophe Faso

11. Claude A. Thibaud

12. Claude Gazier

13. David Deweerdt

14. Denis Blondel

15. Dominique Laude

16. Edgar Manuel Marcos

17. Emily Helstroffer

18. Franck Turzo

19. Giullaume Rist

20. Grégory Dreyfus

21. Hélène Planquelle

22. Jean Jacques Piezanowski

23. Jean Jacques Wambst

24. Jérome Royer

25. Koo Tchi

26. Laurence Cornou

27. Lesley Oldaker,

28. Marcus Wülbern

29. Marie Christine Palombit

30. Mehnoush Modonpour

31. Michal Mraz

32. Nicolas Bertoglio

33. Orlando Latour

34. Orlando Saverino Loeb

35. Paul Yves Poumay

36. Ronnie Jiang

37. Sandrine Vachon Thiébaut

38. Sarah Nassour

39. Solène Dumas

40. Suzanne Larrieu

41. Vincent Balmès

42. Vincent Hélin 

Invité d’honneur : Florian Eymann

Exhibition catalog

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