La revue Les Arts dessinés x Huberty Breyne
The magazine LES ARTS DESSINÉS is joining forces with HUBERTY & BREYNE in a new venture – the opening of a gallery space in Paris dedicated to all forms of contemporary drawing.
Frédéric Bosser, founder of the magazine Les Arts Dessinés, and the Huberty & Breyne Gallery are joining forces and opening a new gallery space entirely dedicated to contemporary drawing. The new venue, located at 19
rue Chapon, in Paris’s 3rd arrondissement, in the heart of the Marais district, will provide a special showcase for political cartoons and children’s illustrations, comics and graphic novels.
The Les Arts Dessinés gallery aims to reflect the richness and plurality of the contemporary graphic scene, very much in line with the values of the magazine. While closely monitoring current creative activity, the gallery will be focusing on both established and up-and-coming artists. An ideal platform for dialogues and exchanges between artists and the public, it forecasts a year rich in discoveries as well as regular publication of sketchbooks devoted to the artists on display.
For its inaugural exhibition, the Les Arts Dessinés gallery is delighted to be welcoming the Dutch artist Pat Andrea and will be showing some thirty or so new freestyle drawings by Andrea in the main gallery space. The “Espace Découverte”, meanwhile, will be reserved for Nicolas Debon, children’s illustrator and author of such remarkable comic books as Marathon, L’Essai, L’Invention du videandLe Tour des Géants.