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Prestigious showcase, world famous for all major artistic trends since 1903, the Salon d'Automne has, for many years, established its brilliant annual presence under the pavilions of the Avenue des Champs-Elysees in Paris in October.Exceptional meeting of more than 890 [...]
The exhibition of the Salon d'Automne in Cyprus, an initiative of Michèle ANSERMET PAPADOPOULOS as part of the event "Pafos European Capital of Culture 2017" and Sylvie KOECHLIN, president of the Salon d'Automne, with financial and logistical support of [...]
The Board of the Salon d'Automne send you the best wishes for the year 2018 that begins. As you know, the Salon d'Automne took part last December, with great success, in the international event in Cyprus "Pafos European Capital of Culture 2017" bringing together 100 artists, selected by our jury, including 30 Cypriots of Greek and Turkish origin, around a unifying idea that in Art there are no borders. May we in 2018 pursue this beautiful, symbolic and generous idea with new and exciting projects! In 2017, on the Champs Élysées, more than 1,000 works were presented, attracting 30,000 visitors. Our next prestigious edition will take place from October 11 to 14, with an opening on Wednesday, October 10, 2018. Iwould like to remind you the beautiful project of the new book of the Salon d'Automne which will contain the catalog raisonné of our artists' society, combined with illustrations of the magnificent posters that marked the last 115 years of our existence until 2018, on the Parisian art scene. We remind you that our call for applications will take place online, as every year, from February to April. We are waiting for you for this new essential artistic even visited by many important players in the art world, institutional, diplomatic corps, critics, gallerists, art lovers ...
Born in 1928, Michel Henry, French painter and member of the Salon d'Automne, was known for his compositions of still lives, bouquets of flowers and landscapes. At his arrival to the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Paris (Paris National School of Fine arts), he distanced itself thanks to his joyful and colored paintings. He displayed them on four continents, and regularly at the Salon d'Automne. He received in 1981 the Legion of Honor, and had many admirers, such as Jacques Chirac, Jeanne Moreau or Line Renaud. From 1983, he really put a lot into the organization of the Salon d'Automne and occupied numerous posts, from General Secretary to president of the "Book" section, up to the vice-presidency in 1994. He passed away on Christmas morning 2016.. The Salon d'Automne will pay a tribute to the famous painter at its next edition. Some of his paintings will be displayed. Aurore Alamendas (1993)