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Hotel Félicien Paris – new photos

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Hotel Félicien is a sophisticated Paris boutique hotel in the elegant 16th district, designed by famous fashion designer Olivier Lapidus. The hotels official website has been redone, featuring more photos of this truly unique place, and …

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A noble act by Galerie Arnoux

Submitted by on August 19, 2011 – 3:45 pmOne Comment

A small gallery in the Saint-Germain district, Galerie Arnoux is dedicated to rediscovering the abstract avant-garde of the 50s. Founded in 1986, the gallery celebrates its 25th birthday this year, and for this reason it offers 25% of its sales to UNICEF.

Modern French art Galerie Arnoux, Paris St-Germain

It has displays of works of familiar names, such as Olivier Debre, Lanskoy André, Gérard Schneider and Serge Poliakoff, as well as up-and-coming French artists – the gallery is a proud supporter of new talents.

It is one of the many independent art galleries in the Saint-Germain district – if you are around it is definitely worth a visit. Celebrate 25 years of art and support a noble cause.

 

Galerie Arnoux
27, rue Guénégaud, Saint-Germain

http://www.galeriearnoux.fr/

 

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