FIAC 2019 Artistic programme

July 13, 2019 6:00 PM

FIAC 2019: Artistic programme

 At a press conference in Paris today, FIAC’s Director Jennifer Flay has announced the artistic programme of the art fair’s 46th edition.
Taking place in Paris’ Grand Palais from 17 to 20 October 2019, FIAC will host a carefully curated selection of 197 galleries from 29 countries. Galleries specialising in modern and contemporary art will be represented together with a group of market leaders in the field of modern and contemporary design.
 
Among the exhibitors, the return of nine galleries of international scope is noteworthy: Lisson (London, New York, Shanghai), Nara Roesler (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York), Contemporary Fine Arts (Berlin), hunt kastner (Prague), Campoli Presti (Paris, London), Tomio Koyama (Tokyo), Galerie Papillon (Paris), Sprovieri (London), Baronian Xippas (Brussels). This edition likewise features the inaugural presence of 26 galleries from across the world, each a key player in their given field of expertise: Lévy Gorvy (London, New York, Hong Kong, Zürich), The Box (Los Angeles), Meyer Kainer (Vienna), Barbara Wien (Berlin), Magnin-A (Paris), Jacky Strenz (Frankfurt), BERG Contemporary (Reykjavik), Dastan Gallery (Tehran), apalazzo (Brescia), Laveronica (Modica), Kate MacGarry (London), JTT (New York), Simone Subal (New York), Cécile Fakhoury (Abidjian, Dakar, Paris), Lyles & Kings (New York), Joseph Tang (Paris), Hopkins (Paris), Barbara Weiss (Berlin); including seven in the Lafayette Sector: Jenny’s (Los Angeles), Gianni Manhattan (Vienna), Mariane Ibrahim (Chicago), PM8 (Vigo), Dawid Radziszewski (Warsaw), Soft Opening (London) and Weiss Falk (Basel).

FIAC’s celebrated sculpture program, FIAC Hors les Murs, has extended a carte blanche invitation to the legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama to create an in situ artwork for the historically and symbolically charged Place Vendôme, in collaboration with Victoria Miro Gallery (London).
 
The outdoor programme will also present an ensemble of over twenty works in the Tuileries Gardens, together with a solo exhibition of British artist Glenn Brown, in collaboration with Max Hetzler (Paris, Berlin), at the Musée National Eugène-Delacroix.
 
In an extension of its Hors les Murs program, for the second consecutive year, FIAC will present a selection of temporary architectural projects on the most iconic of all Parisian squares, the Place de la Concorde.
 
FIAC’s signature program, FIAC Projects, will present some forty sculptures and installations within the prestigious exhibition rooms and grounds of the Petit Palais, in the environs of the Grand Palais and on the Avenue Winston Churchill, which will be pedestrianised during FIAC week. This year, FIAC Projects is conceived in collaboration with Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, chief curator of the next Riga Biennial. Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel participated in the selection of artworks, together with FIAC and the curatorial teams of the Petit Palais, and is responsible for the conception and design of the exhibition presented within the Petit Palais.
 
For the duration of the fair, FIAC Programmes presents a freely accessible program of performances (Parades for FIAC), conferences (Conversation Room), and film screenings (Cinéphémère).

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