T Magazine: The Best New Stands at the Paul Bert Serpette Antiques Market in Paris

Written By wartini cantika on Jumat, 26 September 2014 | 17.36

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A view of the Paul Bert Serpette antiques market.Credit Emmanuel Nguyen Ngoc
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New Kids on the Block

An influx of talented young dealers is creating a renaissance at the Puces, Paris's historic flea market.

In Paris's Saint-Ouen neighborhood just north of the city, the old is becoming new again: The Paul Bert Serpette antiques market inside the famed 129-year-old Les Puces flea market is experiencing a rebirth, thanks to a group of young dealers opening up shop there. In the fall 2014 design issue, T introduces readers to a few of these "New Kids on The Block" and their collections.

Here, a stall-by-stall guide to those vendors and other not-to-miss new proprietors at the Puces.

Archibald Pearson
Stand 408, Allée 7, Paul Bert
Pearson began by offering the antiques collection of Francis Holder, the owner of the famous Ladurée pastry shops. He has been on his own since 2012, selling 20th-century furniture and decorative arts from his Puces stand, which he shares with three other dealers, Frédéric Ozier, Thomas Tardif and Emmanuel Renoult.

Aurelien Jeaunneau
Stand 232, Allée 6, Paul Bert
Jeaunneau sells 20th-century decorative arts as well as French furniture from the 1950s and 1960s, specializing in the 1960s designs of Pierre Guariche.

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A few of the young designers making waves at the Paul Bert and Serpette antiques market in Paris include, from left: Archibald Pearson, Marie Anais Levesque and Stephane Binet (all pictured at an event there).Credit

Edouard Demcahy
Stand 16, Allée 5, Serpette
With a passion for design ranging from American and English arts and crafts to Swedish and Norwegian Art Nouveau, Demachy currently sells French postwar architect-designed furniture created by the likes of Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé and Serge Mouille. He also specializes in pieces by Italian architects popular in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

Hugo Grenier
Stand 9, Allée 6, Serpette
Grenier's collection focuses on rare pieces like sculptural lighting by the American artists Marc Weinstein and Curtis Jere.

Marie Anais Levesque
Stand 4, Allée 2, Serpette
After working for her father, who dealt in the collection and sale of 18th-century pieces, Levesque made a name for herself within the Paul Bert and Serpette market by selling furniture and design objects from the 20th century.

Marion Attanasio
Stand 7, Allée 1, Serpette
Following in her dealer-father's footsteps, Attanasio specializes in 19th-century portraits and landscapes by the likes of Suzanne Valadon and Maurice Denis. When she isn't selling these paintings during the week, she's studying for her master's degree at the Sorbonne.

Maxime Ramond Bluzet
Stand 39, Allée 1, Paul Bert
Bluzet opened his Paul Bert space last October and has eclectic taste: St. Louis crystal, parchment trunks with petrified wood, vintage Hermès saddles from the 19th century.

Mickael Najjar and Yaëll Bounan
Stand 85, Allée 6, Paul Bert
The couple — he hails from Belgium and she is a designer of Parisian decent — met at the market. They mainly sell Scandinavian design from the 1940s to the 1960s, and prefer rare and first editions. Other names they've stocked include Finn Juhl, Bruno Mathsson and Hans Wegner.

Stephane Binet
Stand 54, Allée 3, Paul Bert
The vendor, who has worked with antiques since the age of 17, sells furniture from the 1970s and 1980s. Standout pieces have included a Danish-made oak commode from 1820 and a gilded Baroque sofa from 1830.

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