by Julie Chaizemartin

see: Le Quotidien de l’art

Edition n°2578, March 2023

Sarah Jérôme at Drawing Now

Despite a day of strike and burning garbage cans, smiles were in the air in the aisles of Drawing Now, which declared 18,000 visitors for this 16th edition, almost regaining its pre-Covid attendance, helped by its usual spring dates and benefiting from the visit of the Minister of Culture Rima Abdul Malak. (…) It was also the first time for the young Dupin gallery, which opened last July in Saint-Méloir-des-Ondes near Cancale and which had its first fair there, delighted to meet the Parisian players in the art world, or for the Vazieux gallery with a solo show of oils on tracing paper by Sarah Jérôme, or for the Binome gallery, which came to take up the challenge of showing Corinne Mercadier, an artist on the border between drawing and photography.