Paris Photo 2018 welcomes everyone to the majestic Grand Palais for its 22nd edition. 168 galleries and 31 art book dealers throughout 5 sectors.

In the nave, get an in depth look at the work of an artists with 39 solo & duo shows, discover 14 exceptional projects in our PRISMES sector dedicated to series, large-formats and installations in the Salo n d’Honneur, view artist films featured in the Film sector at the m2k Grand Palais cinéma, and discover Curiosa the new thematic sector which this year unveils a selection of images focusing on the body, gender and eroticism in photo graphy. In addition to the artworks proposed by the galleries and publishers, Paris Photo invites you to discover an ambitious public programme of exhibitions including the private collection of the Californian Nion McEvoy, the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, and the laureate of the BMW Residency, Baptiste Rabichon, to name just a few. Don’t miss the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards, the Platform conversations exploring key issues in the field, numerous signatures sessions with leading artists, and the Carte Blanche student laureates, and not least, a tribute this year to women in photography. In partnership with the French Ministry of Culture, a special itinerary spotlights artworks by women, beginning at the fair and continuing on to other institutions throughout Paris.

 

Paris Photo 2018
©Daniel Szalai / Courtesy Daniel Szalai 2018

 

Paris Photo is the international rendez-vous for im age-based art – a platform for discovery and exchange – and showcase for the incredible vitality of photographic creation today.

For the 22nd edition of Paris Photo, 199 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.
 
 
 
 
 
5 SECTORS:
 
MAIN Gallery Sector – 185 exhibitors Nave Sector
BOOK Sector – 31 exhibitors/libraries Nave Sector
PRISMES Sector – 14 exhibitors – 14 galeries Salon d’Honneur – Upper floor
CURIOSA Sector – 14 exhibitors – 16 galeries Nave Sector – New space under the Balcony of the Salon d’Honneur
FILM Sector – 11 galeries Grand Palais mk2 cinema
 
 
 
 
 
 
GALLERIES – MAIN / PRISMES / CURIOSA / FILM SECTORS
 
 

Malaïka Dotou Sancofa #4 – 2016
©Laeïla Adjovi & Loïc Hoquet, / L’Agence à Paris
1 x 1 – Digital print on baryta paper

 

 
127 Marrakech*
ACB Budapest
AKIO NAGASAWA Tokyo
ANHAVA Helsinki*
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 Cologne
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*
 

Station CIDP #1, Segou, Mali – 2012
© François-Xavier Gbré – Courtesy Galerie Cécile Fakhoury
40 x 60 – Archival pigment ink on fine art paper

 
 
CHARLES ISAACS New York
CHRISTOPHE GAILLARD Paris
CHRISTOPHE GUYE Zurich
CIPA Beijing*
CLÉMENTINE DE LA FÉRONNIÈRE Paris*
COMPANY New York*
CONTRASTO Milan
CRONE Vienna
DANIEL BLAU Munich
DANZIGER New York
DIX9 – HELENE LACHARMOISE Paris
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
H GALLERY Paris*
HACKELBURY London*
HAMILTONS London
HANS P. KRAUS JR. New York
HENRIQUE FARIA New York
HOWARD GREENBERG New York
HUXLEY-PARLOUR London*
IBASHO Antwerp*
IN CAMERA Paris
 

Prophecy #1 – 2013
©Fabrice Monteiro courtesy in camera galerie
40 x 60 cm – Pigment print
1. Located 30km from Dakar (Senegal), Mbeubeuss is an unauthorized dump site, where each day, 350 rubbish trucks dump an estimated 1,300 tons of household waste, from Dakar and environs. It is an ecological bomb: Since its creation in 1968, the dumpsite has been growing and increasingly gaining ground, polluting surrounding waters, soils and the environment. But Mbeubeuss is also a source of income for about 1,800 people who work in and earn their living from the dump site.

 
 
INDA Budapest*
IN SITU – FABIENNE LECLERC Paris*
INVISIBLE-EXPORTS New-York*
JACKSON Atlanta
JAMES HYMAN London
JEAN-KENTA GAUTHIER Paris
JHB New York*
JOAN PRATS Barcelone
JOHANNES FABER Vienna
JORGE MARA – LA RUCHE Buenos Aires
JUANA DE AIZPURU Madrid
JULIAN SANDER Cologne
KARSTEN GREVE Paris / Cologne / St. Moritz
KEITH DE LELLIS New York*
KICKEN Berlin
KLEMM’S Berlin
KUCKEI + KUCKEI Berlin*
L’AGENCE À PARIS Paris*
LE RÉVERBÈRE Lyon
LELONG & CO. Paris
LES DOUCHES Paris
LES FILLES DU CALVAIRE Paris
LIA RUMMA Milano / Napoli
LOKAL_30 Warsaw*
LOOCK Berlin
LOUISE ALEXANDER Porto Cervo
LUISOTTI Santa Monica
LUME São Paulo*
LUMIÈRE DES ROSES Montreuil
LUNN Paris*
M97 Shanghai
MAGDA DANYSZ Paris*
MAGNIN-A Paris
MAGNUM Paris
MARC SELWYN Beverly Hills*
MARTIN ASBÆK Copenhagen
MAUBERT Paris
MELANIE RIO FLUENCY Nantes
MEM Tokyo
METRONOM Modena*
MICHAEL HOPPEN London
MIRANDA Paris*
MIYAKO YOSHINAGA New York
NAILYA ALEXANDER New York
NAP Tokyo
NATHALIE OBADIA Paris / Brussels
NIKOLAUS RUZICSKA Salzburg*
NORDENHAKE Berlin
ODILE OUIZEMAN Paris
ONLY PHOTOGRAPHY Berlin
OVER THE INFLUENCE Los Angeles / Hong Kong*
PACE/MACGILL New York / Beijing / Geneva / Hong Kong / London / Palo Alto / Seoul
PACI Brescia / Porto Cervo
PARIS-BEIJING Paris
PARROTTA Cologne
PARTICULIÈRE / FOUCHER-BIOUSSE Paris / Brussels
PATRICIA CONDE Mexico*
PETER FETTERMAN Santa Monica
PHOTO & CONTEMPORARY Turin
POLARIS Paris
POLKA Paris
 

Paris Photo 2018
Grève des femmes pour l’égalité des salaires, Belgique 1966 27,6 x 37,8 cm
Tirage gélatino-argentique sur papier baryté réalisé circa 1990
© Janine Niépce, courtesy Polka Galerie / Roger-Viollet. Réunion de femmes à la Mutualité. Paris (Vème arr.), 1964. Photographie de Janine Niepce (1921-2007).

 
 
PRISKA PASQUER Cologne*
PROJECT 2.0 The Hague
PURDY HICKS London
RICHARD SALTOUN London
ROBERT HERSHKOWITZ Lindfield / London
ROBERT KOCH San Francisco
ROBERT MANN New York
ROBERT MORAT Berlin
ROCIOSANTACRUZ Barcelona
ROSEGALLERY Santa Monica*
RX Paris
SAGE Paris
SATOR Paris
SCHOOL OLIVIER CASTAING Paris
SILK ROAD Tehran
SIT DOWN Paris
SOPHIE SCHEIDECKER Paris
SPRINGER Berlin
STEINEK Vienna*
STEPHAN WITSCHI Zurich
STEPHEN DAITER Chicago
STEVEN KASHER New York
STEVENSON Cape Town / Johannesburg
SUZANNE TARASIEVE Paris
TAIK PERSONS Berlin
TAKA ISHII Tokyo / Paris / New York
TANIT Beirut / Munich
TEMPLON Paris / Brussels
THE THIRD GALLERY AYA Osaka*
THOMAS ZANDER Cologne
TOLUCA Paris
TRAPÉZ Budapest
V1 Copenhagen
VAN DER GRINTEN Cologne
VINTAGE Budapest
VU‘ Paris
XIPPAS Paris / Geneva / Montevideo
YANCEY RICHARDSON New York
YOSSI MILO New York
YUMIKO CHIBA Tokyo
 
 
 
 
 
 
PUBLISHERS & ART BOOK DEALERS – BOOK SECTOR
 
ACTES SUD Arles
AKIO NAGASAWA Tokyo
ANDRÉ FRÈRE ÉDITIONS Marseille
APERTURE FOUNDATION New York
BENRIDO Kyoto
BOOKSHOP M Tokyo
DAMIANI Bologna
DELPIRE Paris
DEWI LEWIS Stockport
ÉDITIONS BESSARD Paris
ÉDITIONS XAVIER BARRAL Paris
FILIGRANES Paris
GOLIGA Tokyo
HARPER’S East Hampton
HATJE CANTZ Berlin
KAPH Beirut*
KEHRER Heidelberg
KERBER Berlin
KOMIYAMA Tokyo
L’ARTIERE Bologna / Paris*
LE BEC EN L’AIR Marseille
LES YEUX OUVERTS Fontainebleau
LIVRARIA MADALENA São Paulo
MACK London
PHOTOSYNTHÈSES Paris
RADIUS Santa Fe*
RM Barcelona
STEIDL Gottingen
TASCHEN Paris
TBW Oakland*
TEXTUEL Paris
 
*New exhibitors compared to 2017
Index 31 OCT. 2018
Subject to modification
 
 

Paris Photo

Paris Photo is the largest international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium and is held each November at the historic Grand Palais in Paris. Since 1997, the Fair’s mission is to promote and nurture photographic creation and the galleries, publishers and artists at its source.

Paris Photo brings together up to 200 exhibitors from across the world, offering collectors and enthusiasts the most diverse and qualitative presentation of photography-driven projects today. Leading galleries showcase historical and contemporary artworks from modern masters to young talents. Specialized publishers and art book dealers present unique and rare editions, as well as book launches and signature sessions with many of today’s most renowned artists.

Paris Photo also provides visitors with first-hand insights and access to the art world. Programming includes curated exhibitions with renowned public and private institutions, awards, conversation cycles with curators, artists, collectors, and critics, and special events exploring the unique history of the medium; varying visions, practices and emerging trends. In addition, the Fair’s “In Paris during Paris Photo” programme reunites a dense network of cultural institutions throughout Paris comprising some of the most historically rich photographic collections in the world.

The 22nd edition of Paris Photo will take place Thursday, November 8 through Sunday, November 11.

 

 

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