Parcours des Mondes

Since its first launch in 2002, Parcours des Mondes has grown to truly become a leading tribal art fair. Its influence is thus international. Indeed, galleries coming from the whole Europe, the USA, Canada and even Australia participate every year. They are specialized in high-quality art from Africa, Oceania, the Americas and Asia. Additionally, some focus on archaeology. They all gather in Paris, in the iconic Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood, in multiple venues. Thus, the exhibitors showcase their artworks in different renowned galleries so that it creates an exciting cultural walk for visitors. The price range is wide enough to please seasoned collectors as first-time buyers. In brief, Parcours des Mondes is an unmissable fair for all these passionate about tribal art. It offers them an autumn event that completes Paris Tribal, an art fair occurring at the same place in springtime.

Parcours des Mondes 2021

Location

St Germain des Prés
75006 Paris
France

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Opening hours

September 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

Free Admission

Mediums

Sculptures
Masks
Works of Art…

Art Periods

Primitive

Contact

[email protected]
+33 6 69 58 91 67
Website

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Parcours des Mondes © Gazette Drouot

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