Paris Photo, the world's leading fair dedicated to the photographic medium, is pleased to announce its line-up of exhibitors for its final edition at the Grand Palais Ephémère before returning to the historic Grand Palais. Across four sectors, more zthan 180 galleries and publishers from 26 countries present the largest selection of premium vintage, modern and contemporary works available on the market today.
“This edition, presented with Anna Planas our Artistic Director, introduces new curatorial directions and pushes the boundaries of the medium.
We look forward to developing this dialogue between past and present and the prospects it offers for the future.”
—Florence Bourgeois, Director of Paris Photo
The main sector brings together the most representative artists of contemporary photography, from Victor Burgin (THOMAS ZANDER, Cologne) to Zanele Muholi (YANCEY RICHARDSON, New York), as well as Carrie Mae Weems (FRAENKEL, San Francisco), Senta Simond (WEBBER, London), Ming Smith (JENKINS JOHNSON New York), Frida...Orupabo (STEVENSON, Cape Town) and Laia Abril (LES FILLES DU CALVAIRE, Paris), all of whom have benefited from major exhibitions this year at international institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art New York, Jeu de Paume, La Maison Européenne de la photographie, Photo Elysée, Fotomuseum Winterthur and CO Berlin.
21 SOLO SHOWS AND 7 DUO SHOWS
Among this year's solo shows, new works by Samuel Fosso, winner of the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize, are presented at CHRISTOPHE PERSON (Paris). L. PARKER STEVENSON (New York) unveils previously unseen works by American photographer Ray Mortenson, including all 37 vintage prints from his Meadowland and South Bronx series.
THE PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY (London) presents Vasantha Yogananthan and his new work Mystery Street. RX (Paris) takes us on a visual journey through time and history with Bâmiyân, a 17-metre panorama by artist Pascal Convert. EINSPACH (Budapest) focuses on man's relationship with the environment, with an installation by Tamas Dezsö. ANCA POTERASU (Bucharest) explores the relationship between art and science with conceptual works by Matei Bejenaru.
OFFICIAL PARTNER The duo shows featured in this edition bring new visual and artistic dialogues to the table. An exploration of the 1970s photographic diary with Melissa Shook's Daily Self-Portraits and Ken Ohara's 365/Diary is presented by LA PATINOIRE ROYALE (Brussels) and MIYAKO YOSHINAGA (Tokyo). ROLF ART (Buenos Aires) unveils a dialogue between two great contemporary Peruvian artists: Roberto Huarcaya and Milagros de la Torre.
KUCKEI + KUCKEI (Berlin) presents a tête-à-tête between German artist Barbara Probst and South African artist Guy Tillim. American gallery YOSSI MILO (New York) presents a duo show featuring the work of Meghann Riepenhoff and Alison Rossiter.
Among the thematic projects in the Main sector, JEAN-KENTA GAUTHIER (Paris) and the historic photography gallery HANS P. KRAUS JR. (New York), present in two adjacent stands, Is the Future in the Past, featuring a dialogue between 19th century and early 20th century photography and contemporary works. KLEMM'S (Berlin) presents On Disappearance, exploring photography from a historical and conceptual perspective.
SILK ROAD (Tehran) invites us to look at Iran through the lens of Iranian women, but also at their struggle and the rights they claim with determination and courage.
MONTRASIO ARTE (Milan) presents an exhibition curated by Giangavino Pazzola around the central figure of Luigi Ghirri and his landmark work L'Atlas, offering a conversation between artists across generations. Following the thread of photography initiated by Ghirri, Prospect Landscapes STUDIO G7 (Bologna) presents works by three Italian artists: Daniela Comani, Paola De Pietri and Franco Guerzoni, who generate a critical reflection on the transformation of the rural and urban landscape. LARGE GLASS (London) and VIASATERNA (Milan) present works by the renowned Italian photographer Guido Guidi.
HOWARD GREENBERG (New York) presents a selection of renowned photographers of the 20th and 21st centuries, from Brassaï and Diane Arbus to Saul Leiter and Edward Burtynsky.
KICKEN (Berlin) focuses on the modernism of the inter-war years, with contemporary women artists. BRUCE SILVERSTEIN (New York) presents iconic masters and pioneering artists, from Man Ray and Bill Cunningham to Dakota Mace and Sarah Sense.
Among the galleries exhibiting at the show for the first time, ALEXANDER LEVY (Berlin) explores perception in physical space with an exhibition featuring an important triptych by Julius von Bismarck.
Two Madrid galleries join the fair, 1 MIRA MADRID and ALBARRÀN BOURDAIS, the latter unveiling new works by renowned artist Alberto Garcia-Alix. The fair also welcomes VASARI and JORGE MARA-LA RUCHE from Buenos Aires.
Entrada actualizada el el 10 nov de 2023
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