Client Space: Malinda Krantz
Malinda Krantz & family,
We are so pleased to be working with you to put together a few great days of art for you in Paris. We appreciate your thorough approach to your time with us, and what you're looking for is exactly what we love to provide.
So, here are a few thoughts on itinerary building, based on your needs. At the end you will find links to our artwork selector to get our thinking started on possibilities for purchase, as well as our pricing information.
1. a street of galleries to dip in and out of, for some delightful discoveries
We love the Marais for this. It's packed with galleries that span the range of contemporary art, and also, mercifully, prices. However, if that's where you ended up on your last visit, and would prefer something different, we have other suggestions too (see kinetic art). Also, as we hone in on your acquisition prospects, we may find there's a cluster in one neighborhood.
2. student art works for Katie to enjoy and choose among
You are lucky to be here at the time of the Salon de Montrouge. Visit the site and you'll see a list of artists linked to sample works, and from there to the artists' sites. It's quite fun to explore, and if there are any you think you may want to connect with while you're here (in addition to seeing them all at Montrouge), we'll make contact and see if we can meet them. Montrouge would be a great 1/2 day excursion. If we planned a lunch/relax time, it could be a full day with artist visits in the afternoon.
3. kinetic art
The best way to tackle this would be for you to see the Dynamo exhibition either by yourselves or with us, then add in a tour of kinetic art in the galleries of Matignon or Saint-Germain-des-Prés. This is definitely a chance to see more historic pieces, rather than works for purchase, as per your preferences.
Notes on excursions: 3 - 4 hours max preferred.
Tell us what you think about your itinerary-in-development
We have developed our pricing precisely to address the issue of a client's sense of "obligation." We also believe firmly in transparency, which can be tricky to find in the art world. That means we explain at all times why art costs what it costs, and if we agree with the pricing. The same applies to our service, naturally. Here you'll find our fee schedule.