Paris Internationale announces 2017 exhibitors
After having doubled in size for its 2016 edition, Paris Internationale continues to be one of the most ambitious satellite events running parallel to the FIAC.
The fair’s third edition will run from October 18 through 22 and will move to a new location at 11 Rue Béranger, in the Marais district of Paris, where it will be the close neighbor of several of the city’s most notable art galleries. The new exhibition space represents a decisive move on from the aesthetic of the hôtel particulier, which characterized its first two editions.
A view of the exhibition space at 11 Rue Béranger, Paris.
The fair, organized as a joint initiative by galleries Crèvecoeur, High Art, Antoine Levi, Sultana and Gregor Staiger, will welcome 62 exhibitors this year (12 more compared to 2016) — including 55 galleries and 7 project spaces. Together with a majority of returning exhibitors, the fair will welcome a few newcomers, among which: Aoyama|Meguro (Tokyo), Antenna Space (Shanghai), The Approach (London), BQ (Berlin), Company Gallery (New York), Emalin (London), François Ghebaly (Los Angeles), Lefebvre & Fils (Paris), Marfa’ (Beyrouth) and Park View/Paul Soto. (Los Angeles)
In line with the fair’s desire to support emerging or alternative spaces for supporting art, Paris Internationale will also host seven non-commercial galleries, free of charge. More details on the upcoming fair’s program will be announced later this year.
Find out the list of exhibitors via Paris Internationale’s website.