ArtyParade, or art in three dimensions

An original idea by Tatyana Franck, ArtyParade is a web magazine focusing on current cultural, economic and legal affairs in the art world.

Dynamic and unconventional, ArtyParade gives an educated perspective of the art scene, the art market and the legal matters which surround them.

Every 3 months, ArtyParade publishes a newsletter with an arty topic analyzed from three different points of view: those of the modern and contemporary art expert; the auctioneer; and the legal expert.

Throughout the month, the ArtyParade team publishes articles under the following headings: "Follow the Artistic Parade", "Parading Through the Auction Houses" and "Find the Legal Parade".



Tatyana Franck is a specialist in Modern and Contemporary Art. She has been in charge of an important private art collection since 2007. Responsible for museum loans, she is in continual contact with curators, gallery owners and collectors.  She accompanies the works of the collection, does the condition reports and supervises the hangings. She has curated Modern and Contemporary art exhibitions in Europe, America, Asia and Latin America.

The founder and Chief Editor of the website, Tatyana is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, a member of the Board of Directors for Amis de la Maison Rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert and the Secretary General for Amis de l’Imprimerie d’Art IDEM (Paris).

Passionate about contemporary creation, Tatyana worked at the fine-art printing studio IDEM (Paris), in the Contemporary Art department at Christie’s Paris and at the Fine Art Fund in London. She has also completed several courses at the Ecole du Louvre.

After graduating in Paris (Université Paris I- Sorbonne) with a double major in Law and Art History, Tatyana went on to obtain a Master I in Business Law (Université Paris I- Sorbonne) as well as a Master II in tax specializing in Law and Taxation in the Art Market (Université Jean Moulin - Lyon III).



In parallel with her internship, she is currently in the third year of her art history thesis (Université Paris IV - Sorbonne) with the department of engravings of the BnF acting as advisor (engraved works and lithography by Louis Valtat, an annotated catalogue).

Jeanne also took courses at the Ecole du Louvre, worked for Bloomsbury in London, Sotheby's in Paris, in a modern and contemporary art gallery for over a year (Paris, gallery, Thessa Herold) and has published articles in various reviews.



Jessica Giraud is a legal counsel specializing in intellectual property and currently practices with the law firm LDGR (Paris 16ème), in close collaboration with Ms. Marie Delion.

Jessica is the co-founder of the ArtyParade website.

Having obtained a Bac L specializing in plastics in high school, Jessica enrolled in law school. Ever mindful of her interest in art, she completed her bachelors degree in law while working both for Sotheby’s and Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris.

With bachelors degrees in private law and English law in hand, she ventured to England to complete a Master I in international law (University of Essex). Upon her return to France, she obtained a Masters II in the taxation of art transactions.



When not visiting expositions and art fairs, Lauren organizes events in order to promote young, up-and-coming artists.

Lauren is in charge of the English version of ArtyParade.

Passionate about Modern and Contemporary art, she joined the company in 2007 and regularly frequents Francophone galleries and auctioneers.

Lauren Hasty earned her Bachelor of Science in International Affairs from GA Tech, where she studied abroad at both Oxford University and L’Université Libre de Bruxelles. She then came to Paris in 2004 where she completed her studies at La Sorbonne and L’Ecole du Louvre.

The ArtyParade team would like to give a special thanks lot Helene Abdeni who conceived the site and Andriy Prokopenko who realised it.



Both a journalist and art lover, Julien Beauhaire presents our monthly news detailing major exhibitions happening in France.

For ArtyParade’s "Flash News" he highlights the biggest events surrounding the world of photography, sculpture, painting, design and street art.

And because "the cult of art is perhaps the last collective adventure" (Jean Clair, The Winter of Culture), he navigates us through the abundant cultural events to be had.

Why ? To enhance your experience through visitation ...

And analysis... with Artyparade’s "Art Books" section, for which he offers a selection of the finest books of art today, grouped by current themes, families or events.

Mentions légales

Directeur de publication d'ArtyParade : Madame Tatyana Franck.
ArtyParade est une marque déposée auprès de l'INPI. Le site est hébergé par AMEN SAS 12-14 Rond Point des Champs Elysées 75008 Paris (France, RCS : 421 527 797 000 11, Tel. 0892.55.66.77).