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We are delighted to inform you of the 22nd edition of Paris Photo, in the Grand Palais.

This year, the photographic overture at the Fair is both rich and diverse with 166 galleries and 31 international publishers in the nave, 14 series, large format and installation projects showcased in PRISMES on the upper floor, the Film sector at mk2 Grand Palais, and Curiosa, a new curated sector that will present an in-depth look at a specific topic or theme in photography. This year, Curiosa will question relations to the body and eroticism.

In addition to the galleries and publishers, you’re invited to discover an eclectic artistic program, featuring the mischievous and poetic private collection of Californian Nion McEvoy, the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, encompassing 150 years of photographic history, the exhibition of Baptiste Rabichon, laureate of the BMW Residency, as well as the exhibitions of our partners. Don’t miss the Paris Photo – Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards, the Platform conversations and Artist Talks bringing together renowned figures in the field, numerous artist signature sessions, the laureates of the 2018 Carte Blanche Students, and Elles X Paris Photo, an initiative of the French Ministry of Culture and Paris Photo honoring women artists through a parcours highlighting selected artworks at the fair and in institutions throughout Paris.

Finally, featured in the In Paris During Paris Photo program, find a selection of the best photography-based exhibitions throughout the city during fair week. Paris Photo maintains privileged relations with the world’s leading museums and collections all-year-long with the latest events listed at www.agenda.parisphoto.com.

Paris Photo opens from November 7th (from 3pm for the press) through the 11th – an exciting week for the medium and those passionate about art.

 

MICKALENE THOMAS Calder Series #2 – Color photograph 110,5 x 90 x 6 cm – © Mickalene Thomas. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris / Brussels

© Mickalene Thomas

Exhibitor List

For the 22nd edition of Paris Photo, 196 exhibitors from 38 countries are reunited at the Grand Palais across 5 sectors offering visitors the largest panorama of premium photographic artworks available on the market today.

SECTORS: – Main Gallery Sector – Book Sector Curated sectors – PRISMES Sector (Located in the Salon d’Honneur on the upper floor) – Curiosa Sector (Located in the under the Balcony of the Salon d’Honneur) – Film Sector (Located in the Grand Palais mk2 cinema)

127 Marrakech*

ACB Budapest

AKIO NAGASAWA Tokyo

ANHAVA Helsinski*

ANITA BECKERS Frankfurt-am-Main

ART+TEXT Budapest*

ASYMETRIA Warsaw

ATLAS London

AUGUSTA EDWARDS London

BARIL Cluj-Napoca*

BAUDOIN LEBON Paris

BENDANA | PINEL Paris

BENE TASCHEN Köln

BENRUBI New York

BERNHARD Zurich*

BERTRAND GRIMONT Paris

BINOME Paris

BRAVERMAN Tel Aviv*

BRUCE SILVERSTEIN New York

BRYCE WOLKOWITZ New York

CAMERA OBSCURA Paris

CAMERA WORK Berlin

CARLIER | GEBAUER Berlin

CARLOS CARVALHO Lisbon

CAROLINE SMULDERS Paris

CASEMORE KIRKEBY San Francisco*

CATHARINE CLARK San Francisco

CATINCA TABACARU New York / Harare *

CÉCILE FAKHOURY Abidjan*

CHARLES ISAACS New York

CHRISTOPHE GAILLARD Paris

CHRISTOPHE GUYE Zurich

CIPA Beijing*

CLÉMENTINE DE LA FÉRONNIÈRE Paris*

CONTRASTO Milan

CRONE Vienna

DANIEL BLAU Munich

DANZIGER New York

DU JOUR AGNÈS B. Paris

EAST WING Doha

EDWYNN HOUK New York / Zurich

ENRICO ASTUNI Bologna*

ERIC DUPONT Paris

ESTHER WOERDEHOFF Paris

ETHERTON Tucson

FELDBUSCH WIESNER RUDOLPH Berlin

FIFTY ONE Antwerp

FISHEYE Paris*

FLOWERS London / New York

FRAENKEL San Francisco

FRANÇOISE PAVIOT Paris

FRANK ELBAZ Paris / Dallas*

GAGOSIAN New York / Beverly Hills / San Francisco / London / Paris / Roma / Athens / Geneva / Hong Kong

GILLES PEYROULET & CIE Paris

GITTERMAN New York

GOODMAN Johannesburg / Cape Town*

GRÉGORY LEROY Paris

HACKELBURY London*

HAMILTONS London

HANS P. KRAUS JR. New York

HENRIQUE FARIA New York / Buenos Aires

HOWARD GREENBERG New York

HUXLEY-PARLOUR London*

IBASHO Antwerp*

IN CAMERA Paris

INDA Budapest*

IN SITU Paris*

INVISIBLE EXPORTS New-York*

JACKSON Atlanta

JAMES HYMAN London

JEAN-KENTA GAUTHIER Paris

Publishers & Art Book Dealers – Book Sector

Key Figures

196 EXHIBITORS (ALL SECTORS) 44 new exhibitors compared to 2017 of which 25 first-ever participants 30 countries represented

166 GALLERIES (MAIN /PRISMES / CURIOSA / FILM SECTORS) 40 new galleries compared to 2017 of which 21 first-ever participants 28 countries represented: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China, Ivory Coast, Denmark, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Morocco, South Africa, Mexico, South Africa, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, United Kingdom, Switzerland 31% French (51 galleries) 20% American (33 galleries)

12% German (20 galleries)

7% British (11 galleries) 8% Asian (8 galleries)

4% Middle-Eastern (4 galleries)

4% African (4 galleries) 2% Latin American (3 galleries)

31 PUBLISHERS / ART BOOK DEALERS 4 first-ever participants 9 countries represented: Germany, Brazil, United States, France, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, UK

 

Solo & Duo Shows

Solo and Duo shows offer visitors the opportunity to discover and rediscover leading artists through the viewing of important artistic ensemble.

Katalin Nador  ACB Budapest

Antti Laitinen  ANHAVA Helsinki*

Gérard Rondeau  BAUDOIN LEBON Paris

Richard Mosse  CARLIER GEBAUER Berlin

Steve Kahn  CASEMORE KIRKEBY San Francisco*

Michel Journiac  CHRISTOPHE GAILLARD Paris

Erik Madigan Heck  CHRISTOPHE GUYE Zurich

James Nachtwey  CONTRASTO Milan

Erez Israeli  CRONE Vienna

Thorsten Brinkmann  FELDBUSH WIESNER RUDOLPH Berlin*

Ari Marcopoulos  FRANK ELBAZ Paris / Dallas*

David Goldblatt  GOODMAN Johannesburg / Cape Town*

William Wegman  HUXLEY-PARLOUR London*

Bastiaan Woudt  JACKSON Atlanta

Chargesheimer  JULIAN SANDER Koln

Lynn Davis  KARSTEN GREVE Paris / Koln / St Moritz

Barbara Probst – KUCKEI + KUCKEI Berlin*

Ugo Mulas  LIA RUMMA Milan / Naples

Guy Bourdin  LOUISE ALEXANDER Porto Cervo

Erwin Olaf  MAGDA DANYSZ Paris*

Silvana Reggiardo  MELANIE RIO FLUENCY Nantes

Yojiro Imasaka  MIYAKO YOSHINAGA New York

Axel Hütte  NIKOLAUS RUZICSKA Salzburg*

Ralph Gibson  PACI Brescia / Porto Cervo

Jorma Puranen  PURDY HICKS London

Evangelia Kranioti  SATOR Paris

Stephan Gladieu – SCHOOL OLIVIER CASTAING Paris

Joan Lyons  STEVEN KASHER New York

Duo Shows

Guy Martin | Simon Norfolk  BENRUBI New York

Felix Doppert |Marie-Jo Lafontaine  CAROLINE SMULDERS Paris

François-Xavier Gbré | Yo-Yo Gonthier – CECILE FAKHOURY Abidjan*

Cortis & Sonderegger | Cédric Delsaux – EAST WING Doha

Jan Groover | Viktoria Binschtok  KLEMM’S Berlin

Shosuke Sekioka | Yoho Tsuda  MEM Tokyo

Timm Rautert | Clare Strand  PARROTTA Koln

Matthias Bruggmann | Louis Heilbronn  POLARIS Paris

Denis Rouvre | Danielle Van Zadelhoff – PROJECT 2.0 The Hague

Aya Jun Abe | Asako Narahashi – THE THIRD GALLERY AYA Osaka*

Asger Carlsen | Peter Funch – V1 Copenhagen

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