Elisabeth Delacarte's Avant-Scène gallery in Paris is a reference point in the world of art furniture. The works presented here are acclaimed by enlightened amateurs, the media and international salesrooms alike.
When Elisabeth opened her gallery she wanted it to be a showcase for the original creations of artists and a way of accompanying them on their creative journey. Numerous pieces you'll find have been designed and produced specifically for interior design projects, including staircase handrails and custom-made pieces of furniture.The materials used are mostly bronze, beaten iron, ceramics and plaster.
Over the last 35 years, the name Avant-Scène (a nod to the proximity to the Théâtre de l'Europe, Place de l'Odéon) has become the heart of a district dedicated to the arts. More than a gallery, Avant-Scène is an institution for all those who share its love of the exceptional, of fantasy, poetry and humour.