Contemporary artists exhibition
Event date 9 - 16 January
Event location Paris
To kickstart 2023, Christie’s Paris is pleased to open its Avenue Matignon exhibition rooms from the 9th to 16th January to present artworks by Christie’s employees for its third edition.
Christie’s is honoured to place the spotlight our very own colleagues who work each day towards the development of Christie’s, staging exceptional exhibitions in order to show the artworks with an incredible attention to detail, despite of the transient nature of our exhibitions...
... and, proud of seeing such talents — that sometimes go unnoticed — express themselves, talents that combines the dexterity of an expert hand as much as the wandering of a creative mind...
A special thanks to all the teams that contributed to highlight this third and thoroughly contemporary edition, revealing the collaboration of our teams and their instincts presents!
Hugues de Bethune & Rémy Magusteiro
9 Avenue Matignon,
9 January, 10am – 6pm
10 January, 10am – 6pm
11 January, 10am – 6pm
12 January, 10am – 6pm
13 January, 10am – 6pm
14 January, 10am – 6pm
15 January, closed
16 January, 10am – 6pm
Explore a selection of highlights from Instincts Présents.
View in person at Christie's Paris.
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