Biennale Arts Antiques Show back in Paris'Grand Palais

The 23rd Biennale Arts Antiques Show took place, from September 15 to September 24, at Paris' Grand Palais which was first used for the Biennale in 1962. The six prior editions were held at the Carousel du Louvre.
The 111 exhibitors, of which 45 were international, showcased their most beautiful collection in a decor designed by Jean Francois Graf.
This unique and most awaited meeting gathered 63,000 connoisseurs who admired more than 7,000 art pieces including some 3,000 years old unique artifacts.
160 gourmets were able to enjoy one of the menus designed by one of the nine celebrity chefs at the \Restaurant Gastronomique\" in association with Bottin Gourmand.
At the Potel et Chabot Brasserie 7,500 visitors were served.
For the Gala dinner, 1,200 hand picked guests enjoyed the delicious menus designed by 40 chefs. All the benefits of this dinner were awarded by the National Federation of Antique retailers to the Paris Hospital Foundation .The following day, 6,500 guests enjoyed the opening night cocktail. During the 23rd Biennale Arts Antique Show, 16,000 guests were served by our staff,  thanks to the five temporary built kitchen."