AKAA, the main fair dedicated to the artistic scenes of Africa and its diasporas in France, returns for its seventh edition on new dates, from October 20 to 23, 2022. This expected meeting of enthusiasts and curious about art and Africa , will be held on the sidelines of a rich and dynamic cultural week, essential for the international community of the art world. 

From September 8 to 17, on the occasion of Paris Design Week, visual artist Sara Badr Schmidt exhibits her work in her exceptionally open studio. One of his creations will also be presented at the Monnaie de Paris in the Haute Facture exhibition designed by Vincent Darré, in the space of the Manufacture Robert Four - Aubusson. 

The collective of Tigray artists “Tigray Art Collective” is organizing its second exhibition, a first in France at the Le Cerisier gallery. From July 21 to 23, the general French public will be able to discover works combining paintings, artistic performances and NFTs. Proceeds from the auction will be used for digital education projects for Tigrayan refugee children in Sudan. 

Exhibiting is essential for visual artists: it allows them to find an audience, sell their works, and find a place for themselves in the French artistic ecosystem. Unfortunately, many artists do not know where to start when organizing an exhibition. You have to have a network, take care of the logistics or even communicate around the event.

Le Plateau is joining forces with Bétonsalon to host a two-part exhibition by Judith Hopf, from September 22 to December 11, 2022. Since the 2000s, the German artist has been making sculptures and films fueled by reflections on the relationships human beings interact with technology. 

BNP Paribas Real Estate, a major player in real estate, has ordered two 6-meter-high works from the famous artist Guillaume Bottazzi for its Confidence 3th residence, currently under construction. Located on rue du Docteur François Morucci, a stone's throw from Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, these new apartments are part of a district with a unique living environment that dominates the city and the sea. 

More than 70 sculptures, accompanied by 35 drawings and paintings, are brought together for the first time in Paris at the Galerie de l'Institut in its two Parisian spaces, rue de Seine and rue des Beaux-Arts. Some of them will be put up for sale on this occasion. 

Postponed to 2022 for health reasons, it is positioned this year as one of the unmissable events for contemporary art lovers with the Venice Biennale or the Documenta in Kassel. It is also a moment much awaited by the public.
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