Borrowing from a tradition when the royally sanctioned Académie des beaux-arts held its first semi-public art exhibit at the Salon Carré in Paris. In 1725, the Salon was held in the palais du Louvre and was essential for any artist to achieve success in France, marking a sign of royal favor. The MAI’s version of this historical event takes the form of a non-juried exhibition where section by section of the gallery walls will be filled from floor to ceiling (the more art, the more wall space covered).
Thursday May 21st 2015, 17:00-22:00
Me Suivre / Follow me:
Partagez / Share this: