The 44th edition of FIAC

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The 44th edition of FIAC 
Grand Palais, Paris
From 19 to 22 October 2017

 

Founded in Paris in 1974, the International Contemporary Art Fair [Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain] brings together modern and contemporary art galleries among the most importants on the international scene. All media are represented: painting, sculpture, photography, installations, videos, performances, and digital arts. In 2016, the FIAC assembles 186 galleries, originating from 27 countries.

 

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The 44th edition of FIAC (International Art Fair) will take place in Paris from 19 to 22 October. The Grand Palais will host 192 modern and contemporary art galleries that are among the most important on the international scene. FIAC continues its support of emerging galleries, with a 2017 Lafayette Sector of unprecedented diversity.

 

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This edition will bring together 192 galleries from 29 countries under the nave of the Grand Palais, and upstairs in the Salon d’honneur, the Upper Galleries, and the Salon Jean Perrin (inaugurated in 2016).

 

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40 new galleries will join FIAC this year including Cardi (Milano, London), Pedro Cera (Lisboa), ChertLüdde (Berlin), Downs & Ross (New York), Selma Feriani (Tunis, London), Green Art Gallery (Dubai), Gypsum (Cairo), Magnus Karlsson (Stockholm), Karma ( New York), Peter Kilchmann (Zürich), David Kordansky (Los Angeles), David Lewis (New York), LambdaLambdaLambda (Prishtina), Maisterravalbuena (Madrid, Lisboa), Martos (New York), Mezzanin (Geneva), NoguerasBlanchard (Barcelona, Madrid) Queer Thoughts (New York), SCAI THE BATHHOUSE (Tokyo), Instituto de Visión (Bogota), Truth and Consequences (Geneva), or Waldburger Wouters (Brussels).

 

more. fiac.com

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