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Patrick Perrin, art in the capital


PORTRAIT - This son and grandson of antique dealers, founded the PAD - the Pavilion of Arts and Design - one of the most influential fairs in the profession. This one celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and is held until Sunday at the Jardins des Tuileries.

In the small world of design, he is known as the white wolf.

Renowned for his discerning eye, his eclecticism, his open-mindedness.

“Patrick Perrin's strength is to have a look at the contemporary, the modern and the old at the same time.

He is interested in everything, without a priori and even if he doesn't like it.

It's amazing."

So great, to hear his friend the gallery owner Pierre Passebon - a faithful of the Pavilion of Arts and Design -, that this son and grandson of antique dealers has succeeded in making this show one of the unmissable events of the international scene.

Launched in Paris in 1998, declined in London from 2007, organized for a time in Geneva, New York and Monaco, the event - which is held until Sunday in the Tuileries gardens - celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.

A birthday that deserved a red carpet that had its little effect.

Patrick Perrin's choice fell on the artist Diane de Kergal, who imagined a vegetal and ecological entrance made with her

"lighting trees



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Source: lefigaro

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