Paris Photo, the leading international fair for the medium of photography, returns to the Grand Palais Éphémère in the heart of Paris from 10 to 13 November 2022. Since 1997, the fair has been committed to developing and supporting photographic creation by promoting the work of gallery owners, publishers and artists.
Image above: Bruce Weber, Tina Turner, Adirondacks, NY, 1990, Silver Gelatin Photograph, 14 x 11 inches, Bruce Weber. Fahey/Klein Gallery
The 25th edition of Paris Photo is organised in 3 sectors with 183 exhibitors from 31 countries. In the main sector, 134 galleries from 29 countries are represented, including 18 new galleries compared to 2021. The Curiosa sector, dedicated to young art, gathers 16 galleries (including 11 new ones) from 9 countries, led by guest curator Holly Roussell.
The book sector gathers 34 publishers (including 4 new ones) from 9 countries, offering unique editions and avant-garde book releases with a programme that brings together the biggest names in photography from around the world.
The Elles x Paris Photo fair, organised this year by Federica Chiocchetti, promotes visiting women artists and their contribution to the history of photography. A programme of talks, exhibitions and prizes offers visitors the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the medium.
183 EXHIBITORS (ALL SECTORS) 48 new exhibitors compared to 2021, including 18 first-time participations.
180 stands at the Grand Palais Ephémère.
24 solo exhibitions, 14 duo exhibitions, 92 group exhibitions.
1 613 artists, including 31% women artists.
4% Africa and Middle East:
South Africa (2), Iran (1), Israel (1), Lebanon (1), Morocco (1), Turkey (2)
7% Asia and Oceania:
China (4), Japan (6), South Korea (1), India (1)
11% Germany (21), Austria (1), Belgium (3), Denmark (2), Spain (6), 31% France (57), Hungary (3), Italy (8), Lithuania (1), the Netherlands (2), Portugal (3), Romania (2), 6% United Kingdom (12), Serbia (1)), Slovenia (1), Switzerland (5)
17% North America:
Canada (2), 16% United States (30)
2% South America:
Argentina (1), Brazil (1), Mexico (1)
134 galleries/130 stands
24 solo exhibitions, 14 duo exhibitions, 92 group exhibitions
29 countries: Argentina (1), Austria (1), Belgium (2), Brazil (1), Canada (2), China (1), Denmark (2), France (41), Germany (16), Hungary (3), India (1), Iran (1), Israel (1), Italy (4), Japan (1), Lebanon (1), Morocco (1), Mexico (1), the Netherlands (1), Portugal (3), Romania (2), Serbia (1), Slovenia (1), Spain (5), South Africa (2), Switzerland (4), Turkey (2), United Kingdom (8), United States of America (24)
16 galleries/16 stands, including 11 new participations
9 countries: Belgium (1), China (3), United States of America (3),
France (3), Italy (2), Norway (1), the Netherlands (1), the United
United Kingdom (1), Switzerland (1)
16 solo exhibitions
17 artists (including 1 duo) from 12 countries
Publishers, including 4 first-time participants
9 countries: Germany (5), South Korea (1), Spain (1),
United States (3), France (13), Italy (2), Japan (5),
Lithuania (1), United Kingdom (3))
134 GALLERIES | 29 COUNTRIES | 18 NEW EXHIBITIONS
ALARCON CRIADO Seville
ALBERTO DAMIAN Treviso*
ALEXANDRA DE VIVEIROS Fontenay-sous-Bois
ALINE VIDAL Paris
ANCA POTERASU Bucharest
ANNE-SARAH BENICHOU Paris
AUGUSTA EDWARDS London
BAUDOIN LEBON Paris*
BENDANA | PINEL Paris
BENE TASCHEN Köln
BRAVERMAN Tel Aviv
CAMERA OBSCURA Paris
CARLOS CARVALHO Lisbon
CASEMORE San Francisco
CATHARINE CLARK San Francisco*
CATHERINE ISSERT Saint-Paul de Vence*
CEYSSON & BÉNÉTIÈRE Paris
CHARLES ISAACS New York
CHRISTIAN BERST ART BRUT Paris
CHRISTOPHE GAILLARD Paris
CHRISTOPHE GUYE Zurich
CLÉMENTINE DE LA FÉRONNIÈRE Paris
DANIEL BLAU Munich
DEEPEST DARKEST Cape Town*
DIE MAUER Prato
EDWYNN HOUK New York
ELIZABETH LEACH Portland*
ENGLAND & CO London
ERIC DUPONT Paris*
ESTHER WOERDEHOFF Paris
FAHEY/KLEIN Los Angeles*
FIFTY ONE Antwerp
FILOMENA SOARES Lisbon*
FRAENKEL San Francisco
FRANCISCO FINO Lisbon*
FRANÇOISE PAVIOT Paris
GALERIE C Paris*
GILLES PEYROULET & CIE Paris
GRÉGORY LEROY Paris
HANS P. KRAUS JR. New York
HOWARD GREENBERG New York
HUXLEY PARLOUR London
IN CAMERA Paris
JEAN-KENTA GAUTHIER Paris
JOAN PRATS Barcelona*
JUANA DE AIZPURU Madrid
JUDITH ANDREAE Bonn
JULIAN SANDER Köln
KARSTEN GREVE Paris
KUCKEI + KUCKEI Berlin*
L. PARKER STEPHENSON New York
LA GALERIE ROUGE Paris
LE RÉVERBÈRE Lyon
LELONG & CO. Paris*
LES DOUCHES Paris
LES FILLES DU CALVAIRE Paris
LOFT ART Casablanca
LOUISE ALEXANDER / FELLOWSHIP Los Angeles*
LUISOTTI Santa Monica*
LUME São Paulo
LUMIÈRE DES ROSES Montreuil
MARTCH ART PROJECT Istanbul*
MARTIN ASBAEK Copenhagen
MICHAEL HOPPEN London
MIYAKO YOSHINAGA New York
NATHALIE OBADIA Paris
NATURE MORTE New Delhi*
NICHOLAS METIVIER Toronto
OVER THE INFLUENCE Hong Kong*
PACE New York
PATRICIA CONDE Mexico
PERSIEHL & HEINE Hamburg*
PERSONS PROJECTS Berlin
PETER FETTERMAN Santa Monica*
ROBERT KOCH San Francisco*
ROBERT MANN New York
ROBERT MORAT Berlin
ROLF ART Buenos Aires
SILK ROAD Tehran
SIT DOWN Paris
SOPHIE SCHEIDECKER Paris
SPAZIO NUOVO Rome*
STALEY-WISE New York
STEPHEN BULGER Toronto*
STEPHEN DAITER Chicago*
STEVENSON Cap Town
SUZANNE TARASIEVE Paris
THE MUSIC PHOTO New York*
THOMAS ZANDER Köln
VALERIA BELLA Milan
VAN DER GRINTEN Köln
VINTAGE WORKS Chalfont*
YANCEY RICHARDSON New York
YOSSI MILO New York
24 SOLO EXHIBITIONS / 14 DUOS / 92 GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Paris Photo presents 38 solo and duo exhibitions and offers a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in an artist’s work, but also to discover the dialogue that can arise between two artists in the gallery space.
For this 25th edition, 24 solo exhibitions are proposed in the main sector. Among them Daniel Gordon with a unique installation at HUXLEY PARLOUR (London), Barbara Probst with a triptych created during imprisonment and her 12-part work Exposure #106 at KUCKEI + KUCKEI (Berlin), Boris Mikhaïlov at SUZANNE TARASIEVE (Paris) with a tribute to the Ukrainian people in a rarely shown series, Theatre of War
Galerie ANNE-SARAH BENICHOU (Paris) shows Corps Lucides, a work in progress by Léonard Bourgeois Baulieu, and a diptych by Laurent Montaron, LUME (São Paulo) presents works by Julio Bittencourt and Mame-Diarra Niang, and TOBE (Budapest) features a selection of works by Anna Fabricius and Dafna Talmor.
Among the group exhibitions announced, ADN (Barcelona) explores the iconography of catastrophes and protests, especially in relation to femininity and mass media; KARSTEN GREVE (Paris) presents three masters of photography, Eugène Atget, Brassaï and Edward Steichen. MAGNUM (Paris) celebrates the agency’s 75th anniversary with an exhibition of Magnum artists curated by Martin Parr. FRAENKEL (San Francisco) brings together a selection of the gallery’s renowned artists and presents Carrie Mae Weems and her paintings from the Louisiana Project.
16 GALLERIES FROM 9 COUNTRIES | 17 ARTISTS FROM 12 COUNTRIES
The Curiosa sector, which opened in 2015 and is dedicated to emerging artists, presents a selection of 16 projects curated by Holly Roussell. Roussell is curator at the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. Roussell’s selection includes solo presentations by 17 artists from 12 countries, some of whom are exhibiting in France for the first time, such as Elliot & Erick Jiménez (SPINELLO Miami) and Pao Houa Her (BOCKLEY Minneapolis). This year, Curiosa highlights the interdisciplinarity of image-based art practices as well as photographic explorations in and beyond the traditional genres of the medium. The section presents three thematic capsules: experimental and conceptual approaches to image construction, new (self-)portraits that focus on personal history and intersecting identities, and current practices in landscape photography.
ELLES X PARIS PHOTO
Paris Photo continues its commitment to women in photography with Elles x Paris Photo, a programme launched in 2018 in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and supported by Women In Motion, a Kering initiative to promote the visibility of women artists and their contribution to the history of photography. For this 25th edition, Federica Chiocchetti, writer, curator, editor and recently appointed director of the Musée du Locle in Switzerland, presents a selection of the women artists exhibited at Paris Photo.
“DThe selection is as diverse as can be, both historically and geographically, and includes only women artists not previously selected for the Elles x Paris Photo. From the cyanotype of a polished pine tree by the American Bertha E. Jaques (1863-1941) to the Italian-American activist Tina Modotti (1896-1942), who established a photographic practice in the bohemia of Mexico City in the 1920s, and the radical German artist Gabriele Stötzer (1953), whose work challenged the official role of women in the GDR, you will also find more recent pioneering work by South African artist Zanele Muholi (1972) and Apsáalooke (Crow) artist Wendy Red Star (1981). For this edition, I have decided to expand the selection to include books, because I have found that it seems easier for a woman to publish a book than to be represented by a gallery. This means that there is still work to be done in the photography market.”Federica Chiocchetti
Bertha E. Jaques
Carrie Mae Weems
Kathleen Alisch Laure
Milagros de la
Wendy Red Star
BUCHBRANCHE | 34 VERLAGE | 9 LÄNDER
ACTES SUD Arles
AKIO NAGASAWA Tokyo*
ANDRÉ FRÈRE Marseille
APERTURE New York
ATELIER EXB/ÉDITIONS XAVIER BARRAL Paris
BOOKSHOP M Tokyo
CHOSE COMMUNE Marseille*
DATZ PRESS Seoul*
DELPIRE & CO Paris
DEWI LEWIS Stockport
ÉDITIONS BESSARD Paris
FRANCE PHOTOBOOK Paris*
HATJE CANTZ Berlin*
KAUNAS PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERY KAUNAS
KOMIYAMA TOKYO Tokyo*
LE BEC EN L’AIR Marseille
LOOSE JOINTS Marseille
RADIUS Santa Fe
RM Mex ico/Barcelona
RVB BOOKS Paris
STANLEY BARKER London
THE EYES Paris
ONLINE VIEWING ROOMS
On the occasion of the 2022 edition at the Grand Palais Ephémère, Paris Photo is pleased to offer a second edition of the Online Viewing Room. Developed by Artlogic – the leading provider of digital technology for the art world – this online platform offers Paris Photo galleries and publishers additional visibility to enrich their artworks presented at the fair. It is an opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts to easily acquire artworks and art books, list their favourites, discover new talent, browse the curators’ selection and build new relationships with galleries and publishers wherever they may be in the world. Visitors also have access to an online programme developed exclusively for Paris Photo.
GUEST OF HONOUR AT THE 25TH EDITION ROSSY DE PALMA
For its 25th anniversary edition, Paris Photo welcomes actress and multidisciplinary artist Rossy de Palma as guest of honour. A model and muse for many photographers and a passionate photographer herself, Rossy de Palma has put together a selection of 25 works of art for visitors to discover at the galleries’ stands. An opportunity for Rossy de Palma to present her personal favourites and her aesthetic universe.
PORTRAIT BY GORKA POSTIGO, FOTOGRAFIN – BIOGRAPHIE
Spanish artist Gorka Postigo’s photo for the Spanish edition of Vogue 2018 was selected by the Paris Photo team on the suggestion of Rossy de Palma and illustrates this special collaboration with Paris Photo. Gorka Postigo studied architecture in Madrid and Milan. After his formative years, he focused on photography, more specifically fashion and documentary photography. His portraits, which evolve in a world of romance and madness, play with fantasy, beauty, art history and a touch of absurdity. Gorka’s photographs are both cinematic and graphic, visually striking and playful.
ROSSY DE PALMA – BIOGRAPHIE
Rossy De Palma, an emblematic actress of Spanish cinema, was introduced to the public by Pedro Almodovar in 1986 in The Law of Desire; with him she starred in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988), Tie Me Up! (1989), Kika (1993), The Flower of My Secret (1995), Broken Embraces (2009), Julietta (2016), Madres Paralelas (2021)… Her international film career began in 1990 under the direction of Robert Altman Prêt à Porter (1994), Mike Figgis The Loss of Sexual Innocence (1999), Karim Dridi Foul Play (1998), Patrice Leconte Do Not Disturb (2014), Mehdi Charef Graziella (2015), Amanda Sther’s Madame (2017), Terry Gillian The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018) and most recently Benjamin Millepied’s Carmen (2022). A multidisciplinary artist and fashion muse, Rossy de Palma’s rebellious yet endearing personality has seduced numerous designers in haute couture, music, photography and art from around the world. From New York to Paris, she is a celebrated theatre and opera actress. A loyal friend of the Cannes Film Festival, Rossy De Palma was a member of the official jury chaired by Joel and Ethan Cohen in 2015 and President of the Caméra d’Or in 2022. Rossy de Palma has inspired renowned photographers who are regularly represented at Paris Photo, such as Alberto Garcia Alix, Pierre & Gilles, Richard Avedon, Roxane Lowit, Ouka Leele and this year Gorka Postigo. An exceptional guest of honour for an exceptional year: the famous Rossy de Palma has curated a selection of 25 works for the 25th anniversary of Paris Photo, which visitors can discover at the fair’s gallery stands:
Mohau Modisakeng – BRAVERMAN
Bornhauser Marguerite – CARLOS CARVALHO
Ana Teresa Fernandez – CATHARINE CLARK
Herb Ritts – EDWYNN HOUK
Orshi Drozdik – EINSPACH
Tahmineh Monzavi – ERIC DUPONT
Bruce Weber – FAHEY/KLEIN
Ruven Afanador – FAHEY/KLEIN
Bernard Descamps – CAMERA OBSCURA
FLORE – CLEMENTINE DE LA FERONNIERE
Lola Alvarez Bravo – CHARLES ISAACS
& GREGORY LEROY
Fabrice Monteiro – IN CAMERA
Mircea CANTOR – JECZA
Brassaï – KARSTEN GREVE
Sandra Eleta – LA GALERIE ROUGE
Jean-Philippe Charbonnier – LA GALERIE ROUGE
William – LE REVERBERE
Melissa Shook – MIYAKO YOSHINAGA
Agnès Varda – NATHALIE OBADIA
Laura Henno – NATHALIE OBADIA
Cristina Garcia Rodero – PETER FETTERMAN
Henri Cartier-Bresson – PETER FETTERMAN
Adriana Lestido – ROLF ART
Maryam Firuzi – SILK ROAD
Marina Abramović – WILDE
THE PARIS PHOTO – APERTURE FOUNDATION PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK PRIZE
Launched in November 2012 by the Aperture Foundation and Paris Photo, the PhotoBook Awards recognise the contribution of the photobook to the evolving history of photography. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Awards. Three awards will be presented at Paris Photo on Friday 11 November: First Photo Book, Photo Book of the Year and Photo Catalogue of the Year. The winner in the First Book category will receive $10,000 in prize money. The winners of the other two categories will receive a special award. The selection of the 35 books will be announced on 3 October and exhibited at the Fair. The selected books will then be exhibited at other venues after Paris Photo.
CARTE BLANCHE – STUDENTS 2022, A PLATFORM FOR YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY
Paris Photo, the Picto Foundation and SNCF Gares & Connexions are joining forces for the 6th time to develop a platform for the discovery, presentation and exchange of young talent. Four student projects, selected from more than 200 entries, will be presented to the public in an exhibition at the Gare de Lyon station in Paris in the autumn. The winners will also present their portfolios in a dedicated area at Paris Photo. The 2022 award winners are: Alessandra Leta (University of Basel, Switzerland), Jérémie Danon (Beaux-Arts Paris, France), Philip Tsetinis (University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria) and Sumi Anjuman (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Hague, The Netherlands).
THE PLATFORM – CONVERSATIONS
Experimental Forum: 4 days of talks with personalities from the world of art and photography. The 2022 programme includes talks on new art led by Holly Roussell, curator of Curiosa, and discussions around Elles x Paris Photo organised by Federica Chiocchetti, curator of the Elles x Paris Photo fair. Other talks cover new digital practices in photography, the metaverse and NFTs, as well as a series of talks led by Alain Quemin focusing on performance art.
THE ARTIST SPEAKS WITH HIS EYES
Conceived and organised by The Eyes magazine team, the artist talks shed light on the artist’s relationship with the book in terms of artistic practice, editorial approach and production. In an intimate and friendly atmosphere, each artist shares their experience of their latest monograph with the audience in a 10-minute format, followed by a question and answer session. Participating in the artist talks are Guillaume Herbaut, Seba Kurtis, Laia Abril, Martin Parr, Nigel Shaffran, Raymond Meeks and Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa. They will be moderated by Véronique Prugnaud, Marc Feustel, Emilie Lauriola and Pascale Obolo. The full programme will be available on the Paris Photo and The Eyes websites from 1 October.
IMAGE 3.0 – CENTRE NATIONAL DES ARTS PLASTIQUES (CNAP)
Paris Photo presents a selection of works from the national photography commission “IMAGE 3.0”, initiated by the Centre national des arts plastiques in collaboration with the Jeu de Paume. At the interface between art and science, the exhibition “IMAGE 3.0” brings together the latest digital artistic practices in the field of photography and the image. The Centre national des arts plastiques has made it its mission to support actors in the field of photography alongside Paris Photo. As a public institution of the French Ministry of Culture, the CNAP pursues an active policy of supporting photographers, artists and professionals in the field through its creative support programmes such as the one dedicated to contemporary documentary photography. It also enriches its collection through acquisitions and commissions, thus participating directly in the economy of this sector. Finally, it contributes to the dissemination and promotion of contemporary photography through loans and deposits of works or through the programming of exhibitions.
THE ATELIER DE RESTAURATION ET DE CONSERVATION DES PHOTOGRAPHIES DE LA VILLE DE PARIS (ARCP) (WORKSHOP FOR THE RESTORATION AND CONSERVATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE CITY OF PARIS)
For the second year running, the City of Paris will be present at Paris Photo with an information stand presenting the main actions of its Service for the Conservation and Restoration of Photographs (ARCP), with a focus in 2022 on the specific transformations of photographs. The ARCP preserves and restores the photographic heritage of the city of Paris, which includes more than 16 million photographs in museums, specialised libraries and archives. Members of the ARCP team will be available at the stand to share their specific expertise and offer workshops for professionals and families (identification of photographic processes, diagnosis of the state of conservation of photographs, etc.). Unpublished photographs from the remarkable collections of the libraries and museums of the city of Paris will also be on display, demonstrating the material fragility of this medium and the need for these expertises to ensure their permanence.
A DIFFERENT LENS: ICONIC & RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE JPMORGAN CHASE ART COLLECTION – J.P. MORGAN
J.P. Morgan Private Bank celebrates its 11th year as an official partner of Paris Photo and is proud to present highlights from the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection. A Different Lens reflects 60 years of photographic practice and achievement across a range of subjects, techniques and cultures. This year’s selection combines iconic images and renowned artists with a focus on women artists, in keeping with the thematic focus of Paris Photo 2022
ARASH HANAEI & MORAD MONTAZAMI – SUBURBAN HANTOLOGY – BMW ART MAKERS
The installation Suburban Hauntology uses still images, video, 3D design and dematerialised images to explore complex spaces like the metaverse through the utopian architecture of the 1970s. The internet finds in the suburban a speculative double, the distorting mirror of its own standardised landscapes; the suburban finds in the internet a time machine, the unexpected extension of its vanished utopias.
As Paris Photo’s first partner, Clifford Chance has developed a programme of support and engagement for the promotion of the arts. The firm promotes cultural initiatives across its various offices, enabling Clifford Chance to support both emerging and celebrated international artists.
MATTHIEU GAFSOU – THIS CONSTANT BURNING OF THE AIR – WINNER OF THE 4TH EDITION OF THE MAISON RUINART PRIZE – MAISON RUINART
The Maison Ruinart presents in a dedicated exhibition space the photographer Matthieu Gafsou, winner of the fourth edition of the Maison Ruinart Prize. This prize, awarded by the Maison Ruinart with the support of the Picto Foundation, is given to a photographer selected in the Curiosa section of Paris Photo. After his stay in Champagne this summer, Matthieu Gafsou produced the series This Constant Burning of the Air. He drew inspiration from nature and the people who frequent the surroundings of the Maison Ruinart to create a series of contrasting and mysterious images. With exacerbated sensitivity, he subtly evokes a topical issue, the environment and biodiversity.
LEIGH JOHNSON – CHLOE CURATES
Looking through Leigh Johnson’s viewfinders, one sees the world as a series of awkward angles, both physical and psychological. Although they range from guilelessly straightforward to multi-layered to indeterminate, her images come from a unique, distinctive vantage point. Whatever the surfaces, their sensibility is consistently oblique.
ROSALIND FOX SOLOMON : DAS FRÜHWERK – SAMMLUNG MUU
Following the presentation of Deborah Turbeville in 2021, the MUUS Collection is pleased to present the photography of Rosalind Fox Solomon, focusing on a body of work that will be shown in its entirety for the first time. Rosalind Fox Solomon (American, born 1930) is a photographer justly celebrated for her portrait photography. Over a period of fifty years, she has managed to gain access to closed circles in a wide range of cultures around the world. The series on the First Monday Market, taken between 1972 and 1976 in Alabama, represents one of the artist’s first projects.
LOUIS VUITTON EDITION
Louis Vuitton has been doing its own publishing for more than 20 years and now offers an extensive catalogue, including three travel-focused series: City Guide (travel guides), Travel Book (artistic scrapbooks) and Fashion Eye (photo albums).
PASSAGIERE, INSTALLATION BY ANNE-CHARLOTTE FINEL – LVMH MÉTIERS D’ART
The installation Passagers by artist Anne-Charlotte Finel, LVMH Métiers d’Art 2022 resident, is a poetic and chimerical impulse towards the animal world. Travelling the world to crocodile, alligator, calf and silkworm farms, she brings us as close as possible to skin, eyes and bodies through a macroscopic prism, with scale effects leading to an interpretation of the living. An immersion in a fantasised bestiary, in mutation and in becoming.
PINK RIBBON PHOTO AWARD – ESTÉE LAUDER COMPANIES
The Estée Lauder Companies, the world leader in luxury cosmetics (skincare, make-up, fragrances, etc.), has been involved in the global campaign against breast cancer for 30 years: it is the Group’s main social programme. In 2012, in France and in support of the Ruban Rose association, the Estée Lauder Companies Pink Ribbon Photo Award was created to raise awareness of the fight against breast cancer through photography. In its fifth year, Paris Photo will host the photo competition with the award ceremony and exhibition of the finalists and winners.
DIALOG IM PRADO-MUSEUM – FREUNDE DER STIFTUNG DES PRADO-MUSEUMS
The Fundación Amigos Museo del Prado is a private non-profit cultural institution whose origins date back to the initiative of a group of founders in 1980. Since its foundation, numerous individuals, institutions and companies have contributed to fulfilling its founding purpose, which is to support the Prado Museum. Currently, it is supported by more than 41,000 friends. Over the past 30 years, the Fundación has invited an outstanding selection of contemporary Spanish artists to enter into dialogue with the heritage of the Prado Museum. The ongoing relationship between the art of the present and the past is evident in the following three collections of graphic and photographic works, in which artists engage with the work of their predecessors and contemporaries. The works in the collections are a tribute to the Prado, but also a magnificent retrospective of almost a century of Spanish art.
UNE AUTRE EMPREINTE – DAHINDEN PHOTO PRIZE – DAHINDEN
Since 1968, Dahinden has been a photo lab serving artists, photographers and agencies. Our motto: the art of the image. Because we believe that our know-how must meet the challenges of today and tomorrow, we experiment with photographers with new ways of creating images, both from an artistic and an ecological point of view. In an unprecedented ecological context, everyone must be an actor and promoter of a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way of working. With the creation of Une Autre Empreinte – Dahinden Photo Prize, our laboratory wants to act, because what could be stronger than art to stimulate change? The Une Autre Empreinte – Dahinden Photo Prize aims to promote artistic creation and the ecological concept in the art world and to raise awareness of environmental issues among a wide audience.
Taschen will present several new projects in different genres at Paris Photo. Ice Cold. A Hip-Hop Jewelry History – a stunning compilation of images and stories tracing 40 years of hip-hop photography, aesthetic identity and bling-bling – will be on prominent display. Mario Testino’s photographic tribute to weddings and all they stand for, titled I Love You, will also be on display. In 2021, Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s lifelong dream of wrapping the Arc de Triomphe will finally be realised as a posthumous project – exactly 60 years after its creation. As a tribute to this momentous project and to the city of Paris itself, TASCHEN will present Christo and Jeanne-Claude. L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped. The limited edition book documents Christo’s drawings and collages, the technical development, the material production, the exciting installation process and the final 16-day experience shared by millions of visitors from around the world.
Born in the 1960s in the artistically effervescent Saint Germain district of Paris, Diptyque makes unique perfumes for self and home, scented skincare products and decorative objects. The creations are escapes for the imagination.
Roche Bobois, the emblematic French brand, will furnish the VIP Lounge and the Media Lounge of Paris Photo.
OUR VIP PROGRAM PARTNERS
The entire Paris Photo team would like to sincerely thank its public and private institutional partners who enable us to put together a VIP programme and exceptional visits every year. Through their commitment, loyalty and programming around photography, they all contribute to making Paris Photo Week a unique and highly anticipated event. Throughout the year, we maintain privileged relationships with directors, teams, exhibition curators, artists and collectors to exchange ideas and work hand in hand for the promotion of photography and its various players.
ACADEMIE DES BEAUX ARTS
A PPR OC HE
ATELIER FRANK HORVAT
BIBLIOTHEQUE HISTORIQUE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS
BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE DE FRANCE
BOURSE DE COMMERCE – PINAULT COLLECTION
CENTRE CULTUREL IRLANDAIS
CENTRE PHOTOGRAPHIQUE D’ILE DE FRANCE
CHATEAU DE CHANTILLY
FESTIVAL PHOTO SAINT GERMAIN
FONDATION HENRI CARTIER BRESSON
FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON
FONDATION JEROME SEYDOUX-PATHE
GALERIE MICHEL JOURNIAC
HOTEL DE L’INDUSTRIE
INSTITUT CULTUREL DU MEXIQUE
JEU DE PAUME
LA CINEMATHEQUE FRANCAISE
MAISON DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE ROBERT DOISNEAU
MAISON DE L’AMERIQUE LATINE
MAISON EUROPEENNE DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE
MUSEE CARNAVALET – HISTOIRE DE PARIS
MUSEE D’ART ET D’HISTOIRE DU JUDAISME – MAHJ
MUSEE D’ART MODERNE DE PARIS
MUSEE DE L’ARMEE
MUSEE DEPARTEMENTAL ALBERT KAHN
MUSEE DES ARTS DECORATIFS
MUSEE DU QUAI BRANLY
MUSEE NATIONAL DES ARTS ASIATIQUES – GUIMET
MUSEE NATIONAL PICASSO-PARIS
PALAIS DE TOKYO
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