The First Edition of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms

has secured widespread participation from French and International Galleries


Philippe Parreno
Iceman in Reality Park, 1995–2019
Sculpted ice, stones, wooden sticks, wooden plinth with found Japanese metal manhole cover, sound installation
Dimensions variable
Exhibition view: Philippe Parreno, Manifestations,
Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2020
Courtesy the artist and Esther Schipper, Berlin
Photo © Andrea Rossetti


-212 French and international galleries, both emerging and established, specializing in contemporary art, modern art and design, from 28 countries, take part in FIAC Online Viewing Rooms


-A user-friendly, simple and purpose-driven platform developed in collaboration with Artlogic, the industry leader in digital technology for the art world


-5 international curators are invited to each make their own selection from artworks presented by exhibitors: Bernard Blistène, Director of the Musée national d’art modern, Centre Pompidou (Paris), Saim Demircan, Curator and writer (New York), Emma Lavigne, President of the Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Jean de Loisy, Director of the Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris (Paris), and X Zhu-Nowell, Assistant Curator at the Guggenheim (New York), each propose a curated selection in the section “Commisaires Invités, Through the eyes of”


-7 Parisian and international institutions are joining us for this first edition with a programme of online talks, exhibitions and films: Bourse de Commerce –Pinault Collection(Paris), Centre Pompidou(Paris), Fondation Pernod Ricard(Paris), Musée du Louvre(Paris), M WOODS(Beijing), Petit Palais(Paris), Museo Tamayo(Mexico)


-Exhibitors come from 28 countries across Africa, North America, South America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East–Argentina, Austria,Belgium, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Dubai, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Japan, Kosovo, the Netherlands, Peru, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, the United Kingdom, the United States



(Fond bleu)
Dominique Figarella
L’Horizon des évènements, 2020
Acrylique sur alucore
220 x 300 x 4 cm
© image : Luc Jennepin




Designed to be dynamic, ergonomic, playful and purpose-driven, FIAC Online Viewing Rooms creates new connections between FIAC’s visitors, galleries across the world and the artists they represent.


Galleries can show 5 or 10 works, and are able to enrich their presentation with visuals showing works from various viewpoints and with videos. Galleries can change their online display throughout the fair.





The works can be viewed to scale in the environment of the Grand Palais thanks to the View on a wall feature.


Professionals, collectors and art lovers can access all the gallery spaces and their presentations through an intuitive navigation experience. Filters and selection criteria allow users to make refined searches. They also have the possibility to add artworks and galleries to their favorites.


Additionally the platform allows visitors to let themselves be surprised with the aleatory propositions of the Chance Encounter feature.



Richard Jackson
Art Fair Party – 2014
Neon, steel, electronic parts
31 x 127 x 11,5 cm – Edition of 5 + 2 AP
Courtesy Galerie GP & N Vallois and the Artist
© Richard Jackson


A program of digital tours on Zoom hosted by curators and Art Advisors is available upon registration to VIP guests





Gabriel Chaile. Pequeños grandes personajes.
El Velero (Small great characters, the candlemaker) 2008.
Foto-performance. Photo-performance. 180 x 120 cm. Ed 5.
Courtesy of the artists and Barro.



Online Viewing Rooms inaugurates Invited Curators –Through the Eyes Of, a programme of curatorial selections presented by five French and international exhibition curators from very different backgrounds:


Bernard Blistène, Director of the Musée national d’art modern, Centre Pompidou (Paris)

“Whether “face-to-face” or not, any choice is a commitment to an imperfect cause. So I decided, or took it upon myself –whichever you prefer – to select only fifteen artists from the French scene and, what’s more, these artists are not (yet) present in our collections. The list will be surprising and even surprised me! So it just goes to show that the attraction of an artwork is stronger than any prejudice. Who could complain about that?”


Saim Demircan, Curator and writer (New York)

“The artworks that I’ve picked from FIAC Online Viewing Rooms to share with you, speak to notions of the self, biographies or personal histories both past and present or sites ancient and imagined.”


Emma Lavigne, President of the Palais de Tokyo (Paris)

“This online meander through FIAC inspired the beginnings of two imaginary exhibitions. The first, Surréalité, a dreamlike interlude that could be deployed within a psychedelic fictional manor, such as Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmania’s castle of obsessions, haunted by Lois Weinberger’s Green Man, Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s ghosts, Dorothy Iannone’s ecstatic lover, Peter Saoul’s funky painter, or Jakob Lena Knebl’s polymorphic bodies. (…) The other Réalitéis torn off like the ephemera in Leigh Ledare’s Double Bind, in which (…) the artworks of Anne Imhof, Miriam Cahn, and General idea become the vibrant seismographs of an unstable reality (…).”





Jean de Loisy, Director of the Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris (Paris)

“Visit FIAC, bump into some friends, discover unknown artists, surprise yourself with the array of sublime works to covet, explore galleries from countries rarely visited, hone the finesse of the gaze with one exhibitor or another, approve of their loyalty to some artists that we see less often and their intensity with respect to some newcomers who have earned their trust.”


X Zhu-Nowell, Assistant curator at the Guggenheim (New York)

“If we consider an artwork a thing that inherently contains various sets of relationships, constellations of ideas, ways of making, and genealogies, then my work here is to suggest a few connecting threads that weave through these already overlapping and interconnected worlds. My selection of works for FIAC doesn’t follow an overarching theme, logic, or historical narrative, but there are a few running themes that connect different artist practices and strands of thinking with each other.”




Conversation Room launches a carte blanche programme extended to institutions for the FIAC Online Viewing Rooms. High-calibre French and international institutions are invited to participate in this platform of discussions, hosting dialogues and interactions on subjects that invigorate and inspirecontemporary creation. Discover the conferences presented by the Bourse de Commerce –Pinault Collection(Paris), the Museo Tamayo (Mexico), M WOODS(Beijing), and the Petit Palais (Paris).






Lili Reynaud Dewar, in conversation with Caroline Bourgeois


Caroline Bourgeois, Curator for the Pinault Collection

Lili Reynaud Dewar, Artist

Within the framework of its upcoming opening to the public, the Bourse de Commerce –Pinault Collection is organising an encounter with French artist and performer Lili Reynaud Dewar, in conversation with Caroline Bourgeois, the curator of the Pinault Collection. Together, they discuss her singular and multidisciplinary art practice, her collective projects –notably with students –aswell as the environments she creates and occupies. They also talk about the subjects and figures that inspire her, such as Josephine Baker, Donna Haraway, and Guillaume Dustan.






Magalí Arriola, Director, Museo Tamayo

Miguel Calderón, Artist

Paloma Contreras Lomas, Artist

Romeo Gómez López, Artist

Humberto Moro, Curator

Join Museo Tamayo’s Director, Magalí Arriola, for a conversation with artists Paloma Contreras Lomas, Miguel Calderón, Romeo Gomez López, included in OTRXS MUNDXS, and Humberto Moro, curator of the exhibition currently installed at Museo Tamayo. Departing from this survey exhibition presented in the middle of a global pandemic, the conversation revolves around individual and collective creation and the everchanging tensions between the local and the global, with special emphasis of the Mexican art community of the past decades.




Time is Equal: Tehching Hsieh in Conversation with Victor Wang Part 3


Tehching Hsieh, Artist

Victor Wang, Artistic Director and Chief Curator of the M WOODS museums

Legendary performance artist Tehching Hsieh (b.1950, Nan-Chou, Taiwan) continues his ongoing dialogue with M WOODS Artistic Director and Chief Curator Victor Wang.

In the third part of their conversation, Hsieh and Wang continue to discuss Hsieh’s ideas on time and his influential One Year Performances that Hsieh began in the late 1970s, art survival, concepts of duration in art, the importance of separating art from the person, Hsieh’s proposal for a career retrospective, as well as a series of topics around isolation and togetherness that Hsieh and Wang had in April of 2020, when they were both in coronavirus lockdown in their respective cities.



Ambroise Vollard / Yvon Lambert


Yvon Lambert, gallerist

Christophe Leribault, Director of the Petit Palais

Clara Roca, Curator of the exhibition “Limited edition. Vollard, Petiet and the Master Printmakers”

In the rooms of the exhibition Edition limitée. Vollard, Petiet et l’estampe de maîtres which the Petit Palais dedicates to the publishing ventures of two major art dealers of the twentieth century –the visionary Ambroise Vollard and his spiritual successor, Henri Marie Petiet –Yvon Lambert presents his own background as a publisher.

Just like Vollard before him, Yvon Lambert continued, after the closure of his gallery, to devote his time entirely to his passion for the publication of bibliophile books in limited editions. While his predecessor had chosen Pierre Bonnard, Pablo Picasso, or Georges Rouault to illustrate his publications, Lambert works with Anselm Kiefer, Giuseppe Penone, Adel Abdessemed, and many other renowned artists. Since 1992, his books have also been established as references among art lovers and collectors, writing a new page in the history of art publishing.






7091 – 1938
Oil, gouache and pencil on cardboard. carton – 61 x 50 cm
©Mettre Galerie 1900-2000, Paris.


Professionals, collectors and art lovers can discover an exacting selection of modern and contemporary art galleries, among the most emblematic of the international scene:


Galerie 1900-2000(Paris), Air de Paris(Paris), Applicat-Prazan(Paris), Blum & Poe(Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo), Sadie Coles HQ(London), Continua(San Gimignano, Beijing, Boissy-le-Châtel, Habana, Roma, São Paulo, Paris), Paula Cooper(New York), Chantal Crousel(Paris), Massimo De Carlo(Milano, London, Hong Kong, Paris), Gagosian (Paris, New York, Beverly Hills, London, Hong Kong),Marian Goodman(Paris, New York), Hauser & Wirth(London, Somerset, New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Zürich), Max Hetzler(Berlin, Paris, London), Xavier Hufkens(Brussels), David Kordansky Gallery(Los Angeles), Mai 36 Galerie(Zürich), kamel mennour(Paris, London), Victoria Miro(London, Venezia), neugerriemschneider(Berlin), Nathalie Obadia(Paris, Brussels), Perrotin(Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai), Eva Presenhuber(Zürich, New York), Thaddaeus Ropac(Paris, Salzburg, London), Esther Schipper(Berlin), Natalie Seroussi(Paris), Sprüth Magers(Berlin, London, Los Angeles), Templon(Paris, Brussels), Van de Weghe(New York), White Cube(London, Hong Kong, Paris, New York), David Zwirner(New York, London, Hong Kong, Paris) to name but a few.


The fair also features galleries from the younger international scene, among them Balice Hertling(Paris), FITZPATRICK GALLERY(Paris), François Ghebaly(Los Angeles), High Art (Paris, Arles), hunt kastner(Prague), Jan Kaps(Cologne), Marcelle Alix(Paris), Plan B(Cluj, Berlin), The Breeder(Athens), Simone Subal(New York).


École de la verrerie Croismare, 1948-49
32 x 8 m + coursives
photo : Adrien Dirand



Design is present on the platform with our historical exhibitors, specialists in Modern and Contemporary Design and Architecture:

-Jousse entreprise –Mobilier d’architectes (Paris), Galerie kreo(Paris), LAFFANOUR -Galerie Downtown(Paris), Eric Philippe(Paris), Galerie Patrick Seguin(Paris).



Galleries specializing in Editions and Multiples

–Gilles Drouault galerie/multiples(Paris), Editions Sylvain Courbois(Lille), Editions Dilecta(Paris), Galerie 8+4(Paris), Yvon Lambert Librairie et Editeur (Paris), TCHIKEBE(Marseille), WE DO NOT WORK ALONE (Paris) –further enrich the offer and the experience of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms, along with Sèvres(Paris)and TASCHEN(Paris).



Hamish Fulton at 1 Mira Madrid, Ellen Berkenblit at Anton Kern, John Miller at Barbara Weiss, Gabriel Chaile at Barro, Ben Sakoguchi at Bel Ami, Glauco Rodrigues at Bergamin & Gomide, Nina Childress at Bernard Jordan, Jason Fox at David Kordansky Gallery,  Luc Tuymans at David Zwirner, Le Corbusier at Galerie Zlotowski, Kim Guiline at Hyundai, Georges Tony Stoll, at Jérôme Poggi, Ádám Kokesch at Kisterem, Hanne Lippard at LambdaLambdaLambda, Pia Fries at Mai 36 Galerie, Oscar Abraham Pabón at Martin van Zomeren, Alexandria Smith at Martos Gallery, Elmgreen & Dragsand at Massimo De Carlo, Markus Lüpertz at Michael Werner, Jacqueline Mesmaeker at Nadja Vilenne, Hans Hartung at Nahmad Contemporary, Mario García Torres at neugerriemschneider, Caitlin Keogh at Overduin & Co., Alessandra Spranzi at P420, Jacqueline de Jong at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, Jeong Young-do at PKM Gallery, Rosalind Nashashibi at PM8, Sarah Lucas, at Sadie Coles HQ, Wolfgang Messing at Stigter Van Doesburg, Makiko Kudo at Tomio Koyama, Flora Yukhnovich at Victoria Miro, Sayre Gomez at Xavier Hufkens, &Barthélémy Toguo at Sèvres.



Jason Fox
Vacations, 2021
acrylic and pencil on canvas
55 x 55 x 1 1/2 inches – (139.7 x 139.7 x 3.8 cm)
(Inv# JFO 20.086)
Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles
Photo: Adam Reich
@DavidKordanskyGallery and photo credit to @Adam.ReichPhotography




Servane Mary and Olympia Scarry at Apalazzo Serigne, Ibrahima Dieye and Roméo Mivekannin at Cécile Fakhoury, Em Rooney and Patrick Jackson at François Ghebaly, Jakob Lena Knebl and David Maljković at Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Carla Accardi and Enzo Mari at Massimo Minini, Abraham Palatnik and Xavier Veilhan at Nara Roesler, Nathlie Provosty and Bridgand Mullen at Nathalie Karg




BLAIS Jean-Charles
Sans Titre, 2021
Peinture à l’huile et craie sur affiches arrachées
195 x 137 cm
Courtesy de l’artiste et de la galerie Catherine Issert



Galerie 1900-2000, Paris1- Mira Madrid, Madrid,- 303 Gallery, New York – 80M2 Livia Benavides, New York – A arte Invernizzi, Milano – Martine Aboucaya, Paris – Air de Paris, Paris – Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Paris – Apalazzo, Brescia – Applicat-Prazan, Paris – Arario Gallery, Seoul – Art : Concept, Paris – ATHR, Jeddah – Balice Hertling, Paris – anne barrault, Paris – Barro, Buenos Aires, New York – Bel Ami, Los Angeles – Anne-Sarah Bénichou, Paris – BERG Contemporary, Reykjavik – Bergamin & Gomide, São Paulo – Thomas Bernard -Cortex Athletico, Paris – Bernier/Eliades, Brussels, Athens – christian berst art brut, Paris – Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo – The Breeder, Athens – Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, Hong Kong – Matthew Brown, Los Angeles – Buchholz, Cologne, Berlin, New York – Campoli Presti, Paris, London – Canada, New York – Capitain Petzel, Berlin – Cardi, Milano, London – Ceysson & Bénétière, Paris, Luxembourg, Saint-Étienne, New York – Clément Cividino Ent., Perpignan – C L E A R I N G, New York, Brussels – James Cohan, New York – Sadie Coles HQ, London – Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin – Continua, San Gimignano, Beijing, Boissy-le-Châtel, Habana, Roma, São Paulo, Paris – Paula Cooper, New York – Raffaella Cortese, Milano – Éditions Sylvain Courbois, Lille – Chantal Crousel, Paris – Dastan Gallery, Tehran – Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam



Peter Halley
Misbehavior, 2020
Acrylic, fluorescent acrylic and Roll-A-Tex on canvas
209×216×11 cm
Courtesy the artist and Galleria Massimo Minini



Massimo De Carlo, Milano, London, Hong Kong, Paris – Delmes & Zander, Cologne – Tiziana Di Caro, Napoli – DOCUMENT, Chicago – Downs & Ross, New York – Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv, Brussels – Éditions Dilecta, Paris – frank elbaz, Paris, Dallas – Exo Exo, Paris – Cécile Fakhoury, Abidjan, Dakar, Paris – Imane Farès, Paris – Selma Feriani, Tunis, London – Konrad Fischer, Düsseldorf, Berlin – FITZPATRICK GALLERY, Paris – Frith Street Gallery, London – Gagosian, Paris, New York, Beverly Hills, London, Hong Kong – Galerie 8 + 4, Paris – Gana Art, Seoul – Gaudel de Stampa, Paris – gb agency, Paris –Gilles Drouault galerie/multiples, Paris – François Ghebaly, Los Angeles – Gianni Manhattan, Vienna – Gmurzynska, Zürich, New York, Zug – Laurent Godin, Paris – Marian Goodman, Paris, New York – Bärbel Grässlin, Frankfurt – Garth Greenan Gallery, New York – Green Art Gallery, Dubai – Karsten Greve, Paris, Cologne, St. Moritz – Grimm, Amsterdam, New York – half gallery, New York – Hauser & Wirth, London, Somerset, New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Zürich – Max Hetzler, Berlin, Paris, London – High Art, Paris, Arles – Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London – Xavier Hufkens, Brussels – hunt kastner, Prague – Hussenot, Paris – Hyundai, Seoul – Mariane Ibrahim, Chicago In Situ -Fabienne Leclerc, Paris –  Catherine Issert, Saint-Paul – Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, Paris, Lisboa – rodolphe janssen, Brussels – Jenkins Johnson, San Francisco, New York – Bernard Jordan, Paris, Zürich.



• Artist: Thameur Mejri
• Title: Where in Lies Continue, 2020
• Medium: Pastel, charcoal and acrylic on canvas
• Dimensions: 200h x 180w cm
• Image credit: Pol Guillard, courtesy of Selma Feriani Gallery and the artist



Jousse entreprise -Art contemporain, Paris – Jousse entreprise – Mobilier d’Architectes, Paris – JTT, New YorkJan Kaps, Cologne – Nathalie Karg, New York – Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna Karma, New York – Karma International, Zürich – kaufmann repetto, Milano, New York – Kerlin, Dublin – Anton Kern, New York – Peter Kilchmann, Zürich – Kisterem, Budapest – Klemm’s, Berlin – König Galerie, Berlin, London – David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles – Tomio Koyama, Tokyo – Galerie kreo, Paris, London – Krinzinger, Vienna – Kukje, Seoul, Busan – LAFFANOUR -Galerie Downtown, Paris- Yvon Lambert Libraire & Éditeur, Paris – LambdaLambdaLambda, Prishtina – Le Minotaure, Paris – Simon Lee, London, Hong Kong – Lelong & Co., Paris, New York – Loevenbruck, Paris – Lyles & King, New York – Kate MacGarry, London – Magazzino, Roma – Magnin-A, Paris – Mai 36 Galerie, Zürich – Marcelle Alix, Paris – Martos Gallery, New York – MARUANI MERCIER, Brussels,Knokke, Zaventem – Mazzoleni, Torino, London – Meessen De Clercq, Brussels – kamel mennour, Paris, London – Metro Pictures, New York – Meyer Kainer, Vienna – mfc-michèle didier, Paris, Brussels – Francesca Minini, Milano – Massimo Minini, Brescia – Victoria Miro, London, Venezia – Galerie Mitterrand, Paris – mor charpentier, Paris – Nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna.


Peter Zimmermann
delphi, 2020
Epoxy resin on canvas
100h x 200w cm
Courtesy Nagel Draxler



Nagel Draxler, Berlin, Cologne, Munich – Nahmad Contemporary, New York – Nanzuka, Tokyo – Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt – neugerriemschneider, Berlin – NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona, Madrid – Nathalie Obadia, Paris, Brussels – Guillermo de Osma, Madrid – Overduin & Co., Los Angeles – P420, Bologna – Galerie Papillon, Paris – Parra & Romero, Madrid, Ibiza – Peres Projects, Berlin, Culver City – Perrotin, Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai – Eric Philippe, Paris – PKM Gallery, Seoul – Plan B, Cluj, Berlin – PM8, Vigo – Jérôme Poggi, Paris – Praz-Delavallade, Paris, Los Angeles – Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, New York – ProjecteSD, Barcelona – Almine Rech, Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai – Regen Projects, Los Angeles – Ateliers d’art de la Réunion des musées nationaux -Grand-Palais, Paris – Nara Roesler, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York – Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, Salzburg, London – Salle Principale, Paris – Salon 94, New York – SCAITHE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo – Deborah Schamoni, Munich – Esther Schipper, Berlin – Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris – Semiose, Paris – Natalie Seroussi, Paris – Sèvres, Paris – Jessica Silverman, San Francisco – Skarstedt, New York, London – Soft Opening, London – Pietro Sparta, Chagny – SpazioA, Pistoia – Sprovieri, London – Sprüth Magers, Berlin, London, Los Angeles – Stigter Van Doesburg, Amsterdam – Jacky Strenz, Frankfurt – Simone Subal Gallery, New York – Super Dakota, Bruxelles



Thomas Demand
Canopy, 2020
180 × 144 cm – 70 7/8 × 56 3/4 inches
© Thomas Demand, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021
Courtesy Sprüth Magers



Joseph Tang, Paris – Suzanne Tarasiève, Paris – TASCHEN, Paris – TCHIKEBE, Marseille – Templon, Paris, Brussels – Tiwani Contemporary, London – Tornabuoni Art, Firenze, Milano, Paris, London – Tucci Russo, Torino – Rachel Uffner, New York – Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris – Tim Van Laere, Antwerp – Van de Weghe, New York – Vedovi, Brussels – Venus Over Manhattan, New York – Nadja Vilenne, Liège – Anne de Villepoix, Paris – Vistamare/Vistamarestudio, Pescara, Milano – Waddington Custot, London – WE DO NOT WORK ALONE, Paris – Barbara Weiss, Berlin – Weiss Falk, Basel – Michael Werner, New York, London – White Cube, London, Hong Kong, Paris, New York – Jocelyn Wolff, Paris – Thomas Zander, Cologne – ZERO…, Milano – Galerie Zlotowski, Paris – Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam – David Zwirner, New York, London, Hong Kong, Paris.






The musée du Louvre, the Centre Pompidou and the Fondation d’entreprise Pernod Ricard are participating in this first edition of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms with exclusive content.



FIAC has invited the Centre Pompidou to celebrate the historic partnership that has united us for many years.

Europe’s leading collection of modern and contemporary art, with more than 120,000 works, the Centre Pompidou is one of the two most important in the world for the diversity of the disciplines it preserves. The museum acquires numerous works each year at FIAC through the acquisition committees but also the Association des Amis du Centre Pompidou. For the launch of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms first edition, the Centre Pompidou presents an online selection of works that have entered the museum’s collections after having been exhibited at FIAC in recent years.



After 20 years of collaboration with FIAC, the Fondation Pernod Ricard continues to show its support ofthe fair with its participation in FIAC Online Viewing Rooms. The Fondation presentsa selection of artists films by Isabelle Cornaro, LolaGonzalez and Bertrand Dezoteux, each of them related to the programmingof the Foundation’s new venue in the Saint-Lazare district in Paris.



In a video, Dominique de Font-Réaulx Director of programmes and cultural mediation at the musée du Louvre, looks back on the museum’s historic collaboration with FIAC and the Louvre’s support for contemporary art.

The Louvre has been one of FIAC’s privileged partners for sixteen years. Within the framework of Hors les Murs, the Domaine National du Louvre et des Tuileries presents a programme of monumental works to its millions of visitors – sculptures and installations that enter into conversation with the prestigious context of the garden, with its fountains and classical and modern statuary. Every year, within the framework of Parades for FIAC, the Louvre hosts a series of performances in its permanent collections and famous Auditorium.

The musée national Eugène-Delacroix has participated in Hors les Murs since 2015, giving carte blanche to an artist whose work resonates within the heart of the painter’s studio and garden.








The Platinium Moment, Artistic Encounter La Prairie presents an artistic encounter between Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi and British composer Max Richter. Inspired by the intangible and expandable qualities of the temporal, Nakanishi and Richter have each created works that come together in an encounter that explores the fundamental properties of The Platinum Moment.



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