On Sunday afternoon, a wintery sun shone through the great glass canopy of the Grand Palais, the atmosphere was cool, literally and figuratively: the gallerists complained not only about the temperature—radiators had to be brought in—but also about the modest attendance, except for opening and evening day . Blame was put on the scheduling, as gallerists surmised that many potential customers were out of town for Easter weekend.
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