Contemporary Art Salon Montreux in Switzerland with Paks Gallery




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Published on Nov 21, 2015

Contemporary Art Fair Montreux in Switzerland - Luxury and art on the Swiss Riviera.

Montreux. Located in the charming Swiss Montreux, the city in the Freddy Mercury spent a large part of his life and where every year the biggest jazz festival takes place in the world, was held from 4 to 8 November the Contemporary Art Fair MAG - Montreux Art Gallery with more than 17,000 visitors instead . The PAKS Gallery from Austria presented 25 international artists.

In addition to the collectors' meeting, press rounds with the galleries and live piano, visitors to the art fair drenched with the VIP events of luxury and art. On display were on the artsalon MAG of classical painting through photography and sculptures to global stars of Pop Art.

A great interest of collectors has the PAKS Gallery awakened with the artworks of the world-wide known Pop Art artist Tanja Playner that has overtaken in October 2015 worldwide Jeff Koons the artnet ranking and has ensured adequate conversation on the entire art fair. Of particular interest also show the collectors for the artworks of artists from Brazil Arao Pinto as well as the eye-catching paint-bitumen techniques of Franz Bucher from Switzerland and photographic works by internationally renowned photographer from France, Guilhem Ribart.
The work of Elena Kozhevnikova from Russia impressed visitors with the magical combination of colors and textures.Janez Stros talked to the art lovers of his inner impressions in eye-catching inspirational abstract images. Convincing the visitors were also the artworks of young Jack from the United States. The art collectors were spoiled not only with the luxury of the Swiss Riviera and Sharm distinctive atmosphere in Montreux, but also with touching, spiritual and uplifting effect of artworks by Galyna Moskvitina from Ukraine and philosophical works of the London artist Tamar Chatterjee. To meet in person were also the photographers Brian Guenthenspberger from USA and artist Blandine Girerd from France.

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