Art Fairs

Highlights from Parcours des Mondes 2018

If you were not able to attend this year, make plans for 2019!

Check out the highlight video for a glimpse at this year’s event.

Relive the unique atmosphere of Parcours des Mondes, the world's leading art fair for the arts of Africa, Oceania, Asia, and the Americas. This multiple-venue event is held in some sixty galleries located in close proximity to one another and is a rare opportunity to regale the senses, an experience rendered all the more pleasant by the Parisian Indian summer weather.

Parcours des Mondes - Upcoming Talks & Symposium

ATADA Member Talks

ATADA Member, Thomas Murray will be giving a talk entitled, Textiles of Japan, at 4pm on Thursday, September 13th.

ATADA President, John Molloy and Vice-President, Kim Martindale will be speaking about current legal issues affecting Native American and Tribal art at the Symposium on Friday, September 14th from 3 - 5:30pm.

Location for both events is:
Espace Tribal
22 Rue Visconti
Saint Germain des Prés


Other talks include:

Thursday 13 September: 

4 PM – 7 PM: The latest publishing news, in the presence of a group of authors (FR & EN).

- 4 PM: Textiles of Japan with Thomas Murray (EN).

- 5 PM: Collectors’ Visions. Arts of Africa, Oceania, Southeast Asia and the Americas with Christine Valluet (FR).

- 6 PM: Borobudur. Under the Full Moon with Caroline and Hughes Dubois, Bruce Carpenter (FR & EN).

Friday 14 September: 

3 PM – 5:30 PM: Symposium“What does the future hold for the ancient art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas?”

The symposium will end with a Q&A session with the audience.