We are very pleased to welcome you to this 19th edition of Paris Photo.
Over 147 leading galleries from 34 countries will be featured this year at the Grand Palais, presenting both historical and contemporary works. Joining them are 27 publishers and specialized art book dealers providing a complete panorama of the photographic medium.
For the first time this year, a selection of galleries will present series and large formats in a new PRISMES sector in the Salon d’Honneur.
The Salon d’Honneur will also host guest collector Enea Righi, who will present major works from one of Italy’s most important private collections featuring prominent artists including Cy Twombly, Nan Goldin, and Hans-Peter Feldmann, among others.
Accentuating the cultural and social dynamic of the fair, the Paris Photo Platform will reunite key figures in the art world for a 4-day cycle of talks and discussions elaborating upon three axes: the collection, photography after the crisis, and photography and its relation to the book.
In partnership with the Aperture Foundation and in celebration of the continuing narrative of photography, Paris Photo presents the 4th annual Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards with the support of amana.
Also new this year, is BOOK MACHINE (Paris Photo, Paris), an event reuniting BOOK MACHINE (Paris Photo, Paris), connecting emerging designers and public participants through the creation of books. After a call to submissions,thirty projects will be designed and presented at the fair.
The programming is made possible thanks to the support and participation of our distinguished partners: Giorgio Armani and the “Acqua #6” exhibition; J.P. Morgan with a selection of works from the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection; BMW with works by Natasha Caruana, laureate of the BMW Art & Culture Residency; Leica with works by Stéphane Duroy and Paulo Nozolino, “J'étais là”; and Pernod Ricard introducing its annual photographic commission, this year by Li Wei.
We are looking forward to an exciting week for collectors, art world professionals, artists and amateurs of photography. In the meantime, and with two Fairs worldwide, keep up to date on-line with all the latest events and news from our exhibitors and partner institutions with the Paris Photo Agenda!
Step back into a different New York—before the capitalistic white-washing and the family-friendly gentrifying. A New York at the zenith of its mania; a New York that no longer exists...
Photography collectors from all over the world will be sizing up and acquiring photographs and books at the yearly mega-fair, Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015.
Paris Photo 2015 Editors' Pick:
Film negatives, like star light, carry direct traces of the past. This artful documentary series (and extended interview) offer insight into one man's life-long exploration of his South American homeland.
Paris Photo 2015 Editors' Pick:What is it about the American landscape that has captivated photographers for so long? Over three decades, Graham has tirelessly traveled the country, capturing the colorful, sometimes surreal, and often bizarre thus conveying a quintessential piece of this great, big, strange place.
Five years old and going strong, this Paris-based festival showcases young and emerging photographic talents from across Europe—our preview highlights 46 intriguing images from the diverse offerings on display.
Here are the 20 photos our editors choose to highlight from the upcoming Paris Photo art fair — PLUS links to hundreds of other cool photo events taking place throughout Paris this November — Enjoy!
A full-screen slideshow preview of 68 photos that will be featured at one of the largest and most influential photography fairs.
An up-to-the-minute snapshot of the fine art photography marketplace: full-screen slideshow preview of photos from Paris Photo 2013. This photo: Folsom at Fremont, 2013 © John Chiara, Von Lintel Gallery
Enjoy Lens Culture’s high-resolution slideshow preview of what will be on show at the all-new Paris Photo Los Angeles art fair.