This year, its production wasn’t a long, quiet river. 48 hours before we were not sure of being able to do it. Worse still, at three minutes to 9, (the shoot was scheduled for 9 o’clock) there was only one gallery owner, and then all of them came. My two sons, Jules and Gédéon, filmed the making of this group portrait, bringing together the most important gallery owners in the world at AIPAD. Here it is. And thanks to all of those who participated: it was a really great moment and will be a wonderful souvenir.
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