So who will be there? The Templon gallery will be organizing an extraordinary stand with works created in 1966. Landau Fine Art from Montreal will be revealing masterworks by Dubuffet, Kandinsky, Modigliani, Moore and Picasso. The Amells gallery in Stockholm is showcasing the work of Carl Larsson, while Chevalier, Chastel Marechal, Doria, Downtown, Gismondi, Mermoz and Gastou are all still planning to attend. Let’s hope the new selection, which includes the Pellat de Villedon gallery from Versailles, will be a breath of fresh air for the show. Three exhibitions by the Hermitage Museum (presenting thirty-five leading works from its collection of 18th century French art), the Mobilier National (providing an insight into sixteen pieces retracing a century of furniture, and design from 1943 to 2016) and the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (inviting visitors to conquer time through one hundred historic pieces) are set to capture the public’s attention. For 28 years, the Biennale des Antiquaires has inspired the world to dream during this nine-day event. Let’s hope it continues to do so.