Paris Photo 2015
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Fair: 12 Nov – 15 Nov 2015
Wed 11 Nov
Grand Palais - Stand D48
Galerie Esther Woerdehoff
36 rue Falguière
+33(0)9-51 51 24 50
Paris Photo, the premier international art fair for works in the photographic medium, is proud to announce the complete list of 173 galleries and art book dealers as well as a new gallery sector for Paris Photo 2015 at the Grand Palais. The 19th edition is held from November 12–15, 2015.
Advance ticket purchase and guided tour reservations are now available via the Paris Photo shop.
147 galleries and 26 art book dealers from 35 countries worldwide have been carefully selected to provide visitors with the most complete panorama of the medium today. Discover new and returning galleries and see a sneak peak of over 30 solo and duo shows dedicated to historical masters and contemporary talents.
The Salon d’Honneur gallery sector
A new gallery sector will be inaugurated this year dedicated to the exhibition of serial, large format and video works. This ambitious project provides participating galleries with the opportunity to present important works in the prestigious Salon d’Honneur on the upper level of the Grand Palais. Visitors will be able experience oeuvres in their entirety in a curated exhibition space created under the artistic direction of Christoph Wiesner, thanks to the support of our official partner, Giorgio Armani. The first edition privileges the series and introduces video works for the first time at Paris Photo at the Grand Palais. Exhibited artists include: Nobuyoshi Araki, Bae Bien U, Paul Graham, Suzanne Lafont, Daido Moriyama, Rosalind Fox Solomon, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander, and Walker Evans.
Accentuating the cultural and social dynamic of the fair, Paris Photo offers visitors an innovative programme reuniting key figures in the art world in promotion of the medium.
The Private Collection exhibition, highlighting the vision and pioneering role of private collectors, honors Italian collector Enea Righi with a presentation of photographic works by artists including Cy Twombly, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Joan Jonas, Nan Goldin, and Sanja Ivekovic, among others. The Private Collection exhibition program is supported by J.P. Morgan.
The Platform is a daily programme of conversations, panel discussions, organized by invited curators and art world professionals. The 2015 Platform is organized around three axes: The collection (Lisa Erf, J.P. Morgan Chase Art Collection); photography after the crisis (Donatien Grau, Oxford University); and the relationship between photography and artists’ books (Chistophe Boutin, onestar press & Three Star Books).
Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards
Paris Photo in partnership with Aperture Foundation announce the 35 shortlist nominees for the 4th annual PhotoBook Awards. The selected works will be exhibited at the Fair and winners for the three categories will be announced Friday, November 13 at 1pm.
In Paris during Paris Photo
Paris Photo is pleased to share our selection of the best exhibitions in Paris during Paris Photo. Keep informed all year on the best in photography from more than 200 galleries and institutions around the world with The Paris Photo Agenda, thanks to the support of Leica.
The complete program, including the Platform series, Book Signing Sessions, and partner exhibitions will be announced soon.
Paris Photo thanks its partners
Official partners: Giorgio Armani, BMW, J.P. Morgan
Associate partners: Leica, amana
Claudine Colin Communication
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Save the date:
Paris Photo Los Angeles 2016
The 4th edition of Paris Photo Los Angeles will be held at Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood from April 29–May 1, 2016.
Paris Photo Grand Palais 2016
The 20th anniversary edition of Paris Photo at the Grand Palais will be held from November 10–13, 2016.
Paris Photo is organised by Reed Expositions France
The 2015 gallery list
*Air de Paris, Paris / Alain Gutharc, Paris / *Anita Beckers, Frankfurt / Artef, Zürich / Asymetria, Warsaw / Athr, Jeddah / *Atlas, London / Ben Brown, London / Bendana | Pinel, Paris / Benrubi, New York / Bernheimer, Munich / Beyond, Taipei / Bo Bjerggaard, Copenhagen / Bob Van Orsouw, Zürich / *Bruce Kapson, Los Angeles / Bruce Silverstein, New York / Bryce Wolkowitz, New York / Camera Obscura, Paris / Camera Work, Berlin / Carlos Carvalho, Lisbon / *Cheim & Read, New York / Christophe Gaillard, Paris / Christophe Guye, Zürich / Daniel Blau, Munich / Daniel Templon, Paris / Danziger, New York / David Zwirner, New York / *De Roussan, Paris / Dix9 – Hélène Lacharmoise, Paris / Document Art, Buenos Aires / Du Jour agnès b., Paris / East Wing, Doha / Edwynn Houk, New York / Eric Dupont, Paris / Eric Franck, London / Esther Woerdehoff, Paris / Feldbuschwiesner, Berlin / Fifty One, Antwerp / Filomena Soares, Lisbon / Flatland, Amsterdam / *Flowers, London / Fraenkel, San Francisco / Francoise Paviot, Paris / Gagosian, Paris / Gilles Peyroulet, Paris / Gitterman, New York / Grafika la Estampa, Mexico / Greve, Paris / *Grundemark Nilsson, Berlin / Guido Costa Projects, Turin / Hackelbury, London / Hamiltons, London / Hans P. Kraus, New York / *Hardhitta, Cologne / Henrique Faria, New York / Howard Greenberg, New York / Ilan Engel, Paris / In Camera, Paris / *Ingleby, Edinburgh / *Jablonka, Cologne / James Hyman, London / *Jean-Marc Patras, Paris / Johannes Faber, Vienna / *Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid / Julian Sander, Bonn / Kalfayan, Athens / *Keith de Lellis, New York / Kicken Berlin, Berlin / Klemm’s, Berlin / Laurence Miller, New York / Le Réverbère, Lyon / *Lelong, Paris / *Les Douches, Paris / Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris / Little Big Man, Los Angeles / *Louise Alexander, Porto Cervo / Luisotti, Santa Monica / Lumière des Roses, Paris / *M97, Shanghai / *M+B, Los Angeles / M Bochum, Bochum / *Mai 36, Zürich / Magnin-A, Paris / Magnum, Paris / Martin Asbæk, Copenhagen / Melanie Rio, Nantes / MEM, Tokyo / Michael Hoppen, London / Michèle Chomette, Paris / Nathalie Obadia, Paris / *Nextlevel, Paris / *Nikolaus Ruzicska, Salzburg / Odile Ouizeman, Paris / Pace/MacGill, New York / Paci Contemporary, Brescia / Paris-Beijing, Paris / Parrotta, Stuttgart / Particulière/Foucher-Biousse, Paris / Patricia Conde, Mexico / Peter Freeman, New York / *Peter Lav, Copenhagen / Photo&Contemporary, Turin / Polaris, Paris / Polka, Paris / Priska Pasquer, Cologne / Purdy Hicks, London / Richard Saltoun, London / Robert Hershkowitz, London / Robert Klein, Boston / Robert Koch, San Francisco / Robert Mann, New York / Robert Morat, Hamburg / Rocío Santa Cruz, Barcelona / Rolf Art, Buenos Aires / Rose Gallery, Santa Monica / RX, Paris / Sage Paris, Paris / Scheublein + Bak, Zürich / School Olivier Castaing, Paris / Selma Feriani, London / *Sprüth Magers, Berlin / Stephen Bulger, Toronto / Stephen Daiter, Chicago / Stevenson, Cape Town / Stills, Sydney / Suzanne Tarasieve, Paris / Taik Persons, Helsinki / Taka Ishii, Tokyo / Tanit, Beirut / Tasveer, Bangalore / *Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn / Thessa Herold, Paris / Thomas Zander, Cologne / Tolarno, Melbourne / Toluca, Paris / Vintage, Budapest / Vu’, Paris / Xippas, Paris / Yancey Richardson, New York / Yossi Milo, New York / *Yumiko Chiba, Tokyo / Zilberman, Istanbul
Publishers and art book dealers
Actes Sud, Arles / André Frère, Marseille / Anticuaria Poema 20, Buenos Aires / Aperture Foundation, New York / Bookshop M, Tokyo / Chloé et Denis Ozanne, Paris / *Contrasto, Rome / Damiani, Bologna / Dirk K. Bakker Boeken, Amsterdam / Filigranes, Paris / Harper’s, East Hampton / Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern / Kehrer, Heidelberg / *Komiyama Tokyo, Tokyo / *La Fábrica, Madrid / Librairie 213, Paris / Mack, London / Mörel, London / Oliver J. Wood, London / Only Photography, Berlin / RM, Mexico / Taschen, Paris / *Textuel, Paris / Tissato Nakahara, Paris / Xavier Barral, Paris