Philippe Geluck is the Huberty & Breyne Gallery's star guest this year at the Art Élysées.
The Belgian artist, a veritable icon of the comics world, will be ensconcing himself on Paris's world-famous avenue and treating us to a dose of his sardonic humour, laughing at Art with a capital "A", at art history and its conventions.
In a series of paintings, original drawings, sculptures and silk prints, his Cat takes a good look at the world, making observations which are original, sometimes scathing, and always full of humour.
Art Élysées is also an opportunity to admire a selection of new paintings by French artist Jean-Claude Götting and American illustrator Miles Hyman.