FIAC Paris Announces Autumn 2021 Exhibitor List And Programmes




Despite current COVID restrictions, FIAC Paris has optimistically announced their 2021 exhibitors list plus the cultural programmes on offer this year. From October 21 to 24, for its 47th edition, FIAC will bring together over 160 galleries from 26 countries at the Grand Palais Ephémère and the Galerie Eiffel, which has been specifically installed for FIAC as an extension of the structure on the Champ-de-Mars.

FIAC will bring together over 160 galleries from 26 countries

The selection will include modern art, contemporary art, and design galleries, as well as editions, from France and other European countries, Great Britain, North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Despite current COVID restrictions, FIAC Paris has optimistically announced their 2021 exhibitors list plus the cultural programmes on offer this year.

The Grand Palais Ephemere temporary structure in Paris on On the Champ de Mars Photo Courtesy FIAC

FIAC pursues its engagement towards emerging galleries, notably through the Young Galleries Sector. The ten galleries selected—Bel Ami (Los Angeles), Chris Sharp Gallery (Los Angeles), Noah Klink (Berlin), Öktem Aykut (Istanbul), Dawid Radziszewski (Warsaw), Sans titre (2016) (Paris), Martina Simeti (Milano), Soft Opening (London), Sweetwater (Berlin), Weiss Falk (Basel)—will receive financial support of 50% of booth costs to contribute to their participation.

The physical fair will be enriched by the return of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms, powered by Artlogic, whose inaugural edition was enthusiastically received earlier this spring. Exhibitors presented at the Champ-de-Mars will be joined by a selection of 50 galleries that will exhibit exclusively online. The list will be announced shortly.

FIAC Hors les Murs exhibition: artworks and architectural projects will be presented in collaboration with the Domaine national du Louvre et des Tuileries at the Jardin des Tuileries.

The musée national Eugène Delacroix will feature an exhibition by Jean Claracq, curated by Claire Bessède (Director of the musée national Eugène Delacroix). The exhibition will create a dialogue between paintings by Eugène Delacroix around the theme of youth, and the œuvre of Jean Claracq, in collaboration with Galerie Sultana (Paris).

As every year, FIAC Hors les Murs will extend to Place Vendôme, and will be completed by the Conversation Room, a cycle of conferences, and the performance programme Parades for FIAC.

Top Photo Photo Courtesy FIAC

Full List Of Exhibitors:

Galerie 1900-2000 • Paris

1 Mira Madrid • Madrid

A
Air de Paris • Paris

Allen • Paris

Andréhn-Schiptjenko • Stockholm, Paris

apalazzo • Brescia

Applicat-Prazan • Paris

Art : Concept • Paris

Alfonso Artiaco • Napoli

B
Balice Hertling • Paris

Baronian Xippas • Brussels

anne barrault • Paris *

christian berst art brut • Paris *

Sébastien Bertrand • Genève *

The Breeder • Athens

Buchholz • Cologne, Berlin, New York

C
Campoli Presti • Paris, London

Capitain Petzel • Berlin

Cardi • Milano, London

Ceysson & Bénétière • Paris, Luxembourg, Saint-Étienne, New York, Lyon

C L E A R I N G • New York, Brussels

Contemporary Fine Art • Berlin

Continua • San Gimignano, Beijing, Boissy-le-Châtel, Habana, Roma, São Paulo, Paris

Paula Cooper • New York

Raffaella Cortese • Milano

Chantal Crousel • Paris

D
Dastan Gallery • Tehran

Ellen de Bruijne Projects • Amsterdam

Massimo De Carlo • Milano, London, Hong Kong, Paris

DOCUMENT • Chicago

Downs & Ross • New York *

Dvir Gallery • Tel Aviv, Brussels

E
Andrew Edlin • New York *

Efremidis • Berlin *

frank elbaz • Paris

Exo Exo • Paris *

F
Cécile Fakhoury • Paris, Abidjan, Dakar

Imane Farès • Paris

Konrad Fischer • Düsseldorf, Berlin

FITZPATRICK GALLERY • Paris

G
Gagosian • Paris, New York, Beverly Hills, London, Hong Kong

Christophe Gaillard • Paris

Gaudel de Stampa • Paris

gb agency • Paris

François Ghebaly • Los Angeles

GIANNI MANHATTAN • Vienna

Gladstone Gallery • New York, Brussels

Laurent Godin • Paris

Marian Goodman • Paris, New York

Bärbel Grässlin • Frankfurt

Karsten Greve • Paris, Cologne, St. Moritz

H
Hauser & Wirth • London, Somerset, New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Zürich

Max Hetzler • Berlin, Paris, London

High Art • Paris, Arles

Xavier Hufkens • Brussels

hunt kastner • Prague

I
Mariane Ibrahim • Chicago, Paris

In Situ – Fabienne Leclerc • Paris

Catherine Issert • Saint-Paul

J
Jousse entreprise – Art contemporain • Paris

Annely Juda Fine Art • London

Jan Kaps • Cologne

K
Karma International • Zürich

Kerlin • Dublin

Anton Kern • New York

Peter Kilchmann • Zürich

Tina Kim Gallery • New York *

Klemm’s • Berlin *

Tomio Koyama • Tokyo

Krinzinger • Vienna

Kukje • Seoul

L
LABOR • México D.F.

LambdaLambdaLambda • Prishtina

Layr • Vienna *

Le Minotaure • Paris

Simon Lee • London, Hong Kong

Lelong & Co. • Paris, New York

Loevenbruck • Paris

M
Magnin-A • Paris

Mai 36 Galerie • Zürich

Marcelle Alix • Paris

Marfa’ • Beirut *

Jacqueline Martins • São Paulo *

Martos Gallery • New York

Mazzoleni • Torino, London

Mendes Wood DM • São Paulo, Brussels, New York

kamel mennour • Paris, London

Meyer Kainer • Vienna

Victoria Miro • London, Venezia

Galerie Mitterrand • Paris *

Édouard Montassut • Paris

mor charpentier • Paris

N
Nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder • Vienna

Nahmad Contemporary • New York

Neue Alte Brücke • Frankfurt

neugerriemschneider • Berlin

NoguerasBlanchard • Barcelona, Madrid

O
Nathalie Obadia • Paris, Brussels

Guillermo de Osma • Madrid

P
P420 • Bologna

Pace • New York, London, Hong Kong, Palo Alto, Seoul, Genève

Galerie Papillon • Paris

Parra & Romero • Madrid, Ibiza

Peres Projects • Berlin

Perrotin • Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai

PKM Gallery • Seoul

Plan B • Cluj, Berlin

PM8/ Francisco Salas • Vigo

Jérôme Poggi • Paris *

R
Almine Rech • Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai

Michel Rein • Paris, Brussels

Thaddaeus Ropac • Paris, Salzburg, London

S
Salle Principale • Paris *

Deborah Schamoni • Munich *

Esther Schipper • Berlin

Semiose • Paris

Sies + Höke • Düsseldorf *

Skarstedt • Paris, New York, London

Pietro Sparta • Chagny

SpazioA • Pistoia *

Stigter Van Doesburg • Amsterdam

Jacky Strenz • Frankfurt

Sultana • Paris *

SUPRAINFINIT • Bucharest

T
TEMPLON • Paris, Brussels

Tornabuoni Art • Firenze, Milano, Paris

U
Ubu Gallery • New York

Rachel Uffner • New York *

V
Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois • Paris

Tim Van Laere • Antwerp

Van de Weghe • New York

Vedovi • Brussels

Venus Over Manhattan • New York

Anne de Villepoix • Paris *

Vistamare/Vistamarestudio • Pescara, Milano

W
Waddington Custot • London

White Cube • London, Hong Kong

Jocelyn Wolff • Paris

Z
Thomas Zander • Cologne

Zeno X • Antwerp *

ZERO… • Milano

Galerie Zlotowski • Paris

Martin van Zomeren • Amsterdam

David Zwirner • New York, London, Hong Kong, Paris

Young Galleries Sector
Bel Ami • Los Angeles *

Noah Klink • Berlin *

Öktem Aykut • Istanbul *

Dawid Radziszewski • Warszawa

sans titre (2016) • Paris *

Chris Sharp Gallery • Los Angeles *

Martina Simeti • Milano *

Soft Opening • London

Sweetwater • Berlin *

Weiss Falk • Basel

Design
Jousse entreprise – Mobilier d’architectes • Paris

Galerie kreo • Paris

LAFFANOUR – Galerie Downtown • Paris

Eric Philippe • Paris

Galerie Patrick Seguin • Paris

EDITION
Éditions Sylvain Courbois • Lille *

Gilles Drouault galerie/multiples • Paris

Éditions Dilecta • Paris

Galerie 8 + 4 • Paris

Florence Loewy • Paris

mfc-michèle didier • Paris, Brussels

STPI • Singapore *

TCHIKEBE • Marseille

WE DO NOT WORK ALONE • Paris

OTHER EXHIBITORS
Ateliers d’art de la Réunion des musées nationaux – Grand-Palais • Paris *

Fonds d’art contemporain – Paris Collections • Paris

Collection Lambert • Avignon

 

 


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