Paris Photo is a unique occasion to discover the best photography from the 19th century till today. For its 17th edition, Paris Photo selected 136 French and international galleries coming from 24 countries. Paris Photo will take place at theGrand Palais, in the heart of the capital.
The Recent Acquisitions exhibition presents the new collections of three international institutions: lnstituto Moreira Salles of Rio de Janeiro, The Art Gallery of Ontario of Toronto and the Museum Folkwang of Essen.
The Private Collection exhibition unveils a selection of photographic artworks from the collection of Harald Falckenberg / Deichtorhallen Hamburg.
The Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation 2013 Photobook Awards is accompanied by the Open Book exhibition for which Martin Parr presents an ensemble of exceptional “protest” photobooks.
Moreover,the Platform, programme organised this year by Nicolas Bourriaud, reunites artists, galleriests, collectors and the curious.
Paris Photo is also a photography agenda which permits to follow on line and all year round, the current events of galleries and Paris Photo partner institutions across the world.
Paris Photo in numbers: 136 galleries, 28 publishers/booksellers, 28 new galleries, 24 countries represented including: France (42 galleries), USA (28 galleries), Germany (20 galleries).
For the complete programme check Paris Photo website.
Dates: 14-17 Nov 2013
Opening: 13 Nov 2013
Location: Grand Palais – avenue Winston Churchill – 75008 Paris
Wed 13 Nov
11am – 2pm: Guest opening (Guest badges Only)
2pm – 5pm: VIP opening (VIP badges only)
5pm – 9.30pm: Public opening (by invitation only)
Thu 14 Nov – Sun 17 Nov
11am – 12.30pm: Exclusive opening for GUEST & VIP badge holders
12.30pm – 8pm (7pm on Sunday): General admission hours
Grand Palais, Galerie Nationales, 3, avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75008 Paris
+ 33 1 44 13 17 17
- Photo credits:
1.Louis Heilbronn, Buidings, 2013, C-print edition of 3, Louis Heilbronn- Galerie Polaris,Exhibitor: Polaris; 2.Kenneth Josephson, Chicago, 1961, Gelatin silver print, Gitterman Gallery, Exhibitor: Gitterman; 3.Peikwen Cheng, Lamp Mobile – Lost and Found series (detail), Since 2000, Galerie Magda Danysz, Exhibitor: Magda Danysz;4.William Klein, Moving Diamonds, Mural Project, Paris, 1952, Pigment print, mounted to aluminium, © William Klein, Courtesy HackelBury Fine Art, Exhibitor:Hackelbury;5.Jun Ahn, Self-Portrait (detail), 2008, Archival Pigment Print, Christophe Guye Galerie, Exhibitor : Christophe Guye