FOTOFEVER PARIS 2018
Israel Ariño » Aneta Bartos » Valérie Belin » Harvey Benge » Ruth Bernhard » Jo Bradford » Patty Carroll » Renan Cepeda » Laurent Chéhère » Denise Colomb » Irene Cruz Arroyo » Cédric Delsaux » Susan Derges » Formento & Formento » Jean-Marie Ghislain » Jean-Marie Ghislain » Nan Goldin » Laure-Albin Guillot » Ole Marius Jørgensen » Mona Kuhn » Rut Blees Luxemburg » Peter Mathis » Anna Muller » Uwe Ommer » César Ordóñez » Jean-Francois Rauzier » Ben Rivers » Simon Roberts » Simon Roberts » Maurizio Sapia » Roger Schall » Helen Sear » Klavdij Sluban » Miguel Soler-Roig » Christian Voigt » Sabine Weiss » Piotr Zbierski » & others
Fair: – 11 Nov 2018
Thu 8 Nov - 22:00
fotofever returns to the Carrousel du Louvre for its 7th edition!
100 galleries & publishers from 20 countries 2018 exhibitors list
250 artists presented 2018 list of artists
CARROUSEL DU LOUVRE
99 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris (France)
PREVIEW (VIP & press): Thursday 8 November, 3pm - 6pm
OPENING NIGHT (by invitation only): Thursday 8 November, 6pm - 10pm
PUBLIC OPENING HOURS:
Friday 9 November, 11am - 8pm
Saturday 10 November, 11am - 8pm
Sunday 11 November, 11am - 6pm
For its 7th Parisian edition, fotofever will present to the 12,000 expected visitors a larger program with 100 exhibitors representing 2/3 solo shows and 250 French and international artists, with always the same ambition to show the diversity of contemporary photography and encourage collection!
60% of foreign galleries with 20 countries represented
60% of exhibitors are foreign galleries with 20 countries represented, most notably Italy with Passagi Arte Contemporanea and Galleria L’Affiche, South Korea with AN Inc., Spain with Fifty Dots Gallery, France with Galerie Goutal et Galerie Photo12, as well as Canada with Youn Gallery.
a focus on Japan
For the 160th anniversary of the Franco-Japanese diplomatic relations, fotofever will honour the fascinating Japanese photographic scene with a programme focused on Japan, and welcomes 10 Japanese galleries such as Einstein Studio, LibroArte, Gallery Suchi and tezukayama gallery.
Japan is also a source of inspiration to numerous non-Japanese artists such as César Ordóñez and his series Ashimoto (“feet” in Japanese), subject of the official 2018 poster.