With more than 15 years of experience, Charles-Wesley Hourdé is an antique dealer specialised in ancient arts of Africa, Oceania and America.
He notably directed Christie's African and Oceanic art department, and contributed as a consultant at Sotheby's.
With a gallery situated in Paris, he is a member of the Compagnie Nationale des Experts, the Syndicat National des Antiquaires and a friend of the Amis du musée du Quai Branly and of the Centre Pompidou.
Expert, dealer, author, he is at your disposal for all acquisition, sale, brokerage, expertise, advice, and research.
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On the occasion of the 19th edition of the Parcours des Mondes, Charles-Wesley Hourdé will present an exhibition dedicated to Dan art.
Patiently gathered for more than ten years, exceptional artworks, with historical pedigrees, will be shown together with totally unknown pieces.
These masks, statues, ornaments, and everyday objects will constitute a complete panorama of the artistic production of this Ivorian people.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue containing a study by Bertrand Goy.
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With a desire to deepen and transmit, Charles-Wesley Hourdé has published numerous exhibition catalogues and books that are now references, including:
Galerie Pigalle: Afrique, Océanie. 1930. Une exposition mythique,
et In Praise of the Human Form, Arts of Africa, America and Oceania, The Josette and Jean-Claude Weill Collection
31 PROJECT - contemporary art originating from Africa and its diasporas
Charles-Wesley Hourdé and Clémence Houdart have founded 31 PROJECT. This platform is dedicated to the promotion of African contemporary art scenes through multidisciplinary exhibitions of emerging and established artists from the continent and its diasporas. These events are held at the galerie ou during international art fairs. To find out more about 31 PROJECT please click below.
31 rue de Seine, 75006, Paris, France
Telephone: +33 (0)1 42 01 69 82
Tuesday-Saturday from 10AM-1PM and 2.30PM-7PM
Until June 2nd, the gallery will only be open in the afternoons. Mornings by appointment.