Discover the greatest ceramicists in history at 44 rue des Arènes in Arles!

Welcome to the permanent exhibition "100 Years of Ceramics from 1870 to 1970"! Immerse yourself in a captivating journey through a century of ceramic history, showcasing the exceptional work of renowned craftsmen and artists such as Ivanoff, Dalpayrat, Massier, Carrier Belleuse, Comolera, Montières, Decoeur, Lachenal, Sèvres, Mayodon, Blondat, Hoentschel, Bigot, Renoleau, Palissy, Bussière, Brasilier, Goldscheider, Bloch, Viennet, Barbizet, Toul Bellevue, Sarreguemines, Onnaing, Deck, Collinot, Folon, Choisy le Roy, Muller, Delaherche, Jouve, and Capron.

This exhibition offers an exploration of the evolution of ceramics, from its beginnings in the 19th century to the modernist influences of the 20th century. Through beautifully preserved artworks, you will discover the ingenuity, creativity, and technical mastery of these visionary ceramicists.

The period from 1870 to 1970 was marked by a diversity of styles and artistic movements. You will be amazed by the organic forms and dazzling glazes of Dalpayrat, as well as the avant-garde creations of artists like Bussière, who pushed the boundaries of traditional ceramics.

The exhibition also highlights renowned manufacturers such as Sèvres, whose unparalleled craftsmanship contributed to the worldwide reputation of French ceramics. You will also uncover hidden treasures from the workshops of Toul Bellevue, Sarreguemines, and Onnaing, which played a significant role in the development of industrial ceramics.

Unique pieces will transport you to the vibrant ambiance of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, while figurative creations will narrate fascinating stories of everyday life.

Don't miss the opportunity to admire rare pieces by ceramicists such as Muller, Delaherche, and Deck, who skillfully blended traditional aesthetics with innovative techniques. Their works illustrate the richness and diversity of French ceramics during this period.

The "100 Years of Ceramics from 1870 to 1970" exhibition invites you to explore the ceramic treasures of these master craftsmen, admire their virtuosity, and appreciate the role they played in the history of ceramic art. Immerse yourself in this immersive experience and discover how ceramics have evolved over time to become a true form of artistic expression.

September 5th to 10th, 2023 - Saint Germain des Près, Paris
Find us at 17 rue des Beaux Arts 75006 Paris for this international event!

Parcours des Mondes is a major international art fair showcasing African, Oceanic, American, Asian, and archaeological arts. Since 2002, over fifty specialized dealers gather in Paris each year, offering collectors and enthusiasts from around the world a unique opportunity to discover masterpieces. The fair features exhibitions, presentations, and conferences, transforming the Beaux-Arts district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés into a vibrant hub for a week in September.