Montag, 19.11.2018 01:55 Uhr

Paris Photo 2018, International Fine Art Photography Fair.

Verantwortlicher Autor: Alexandre Hamalian Paris France, 03.10.2018, 10:38 Uhr
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Grand Palais, shot on film Kodak TX and Leica M6
Grand Palais, shot on film Kodak TX and Leica M6  Bild: Alexandre Hamalian

Paris France [ENA] Paris Photo is the most prestigious gathering of art galleries in the world of photography . It takes place at the famous museum Le Grand Palais in the heart of Paris. This year, the 22nd edition will host 166 galeries and 31 publishers, from the 8th to the 11th of November.

The fair was founded in 1997 by an editor who wanted to create one of the main international events of historical and contemporary photography, in all its aspects, from documentary to fine art. Reed Expositions have managed the event since 2011. The development has been quite impressive with 64,500 visitors welcomed in 2017 and 189 exhibitors featured from 30 different countries.

A new concept is born for 2018, Curiosa ; every year a specific photographic theme will be brought to light. This year it will be "the relationship with the body". Daido Moriyama, Nobuyoshi Araki and Robert Mapplethorpe will exhibit among 11 other photographers. Another new sector of 2018, Elles X Paris Photo, will honor the work of women photographers by tracing a thread of history on photography under their prism. Women, finding it a means of expression and personal emancipation, devote themselves to this art with the greatest passion, allowing them to reach a professional and artistic practice on a par with men.

Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley-1864 © Gallery ROBERT HERSHKOWITZ
New York - 1979 © Franco Fontana Studio
After Mirror - 2017 © Gallery Polaris

In the Prismes sector, renowned galleries approach the medium from a new perspective : a dedicated scenography, large formats and installations. These galleries will exhibit in 2018 for the first time in Prisme : Baril Cluj-Napoca (Cristi Puiu), Braverman Tel Aviv (Ilit Azoulay), Feldbusch Wiesner Rudolph Berlin (Daniele Buetti), Hackelbury Londres (Garry Fabian Miller), Ibasho Anvers (Hiromi Tsuchida), Inda Budapest (Philip Pocock), JHB New York (Ellen Carey), L'Agence à paris Paris (Uche Okpa-iroha), Lume São Paulo (Ana Vitória Mussi), Metronom Modène (Taisuke Koyama), Nikolaus Ruzicska Salzburg (Axel Hütte).

The Aperture Foundation and Paris Photo will deliver the Book Prize to honor the contribution of the photo book to the history and evolution of photography. Three prizes will be awarded : First Book, Book of the Year, and Photographic Catalog of the Year. With the Carte Blanche project, Paris Photo, Picto Foundation and SNCF Gares & Connexions are partnering for the second consecutive year to develop a platform of discoveries, visibility, exchanges and meetings for young talents, master's or bachelor's degrees in photography and art schools.

There will be some 28 solo shows from many inspiring artists, among them Katalin Nádor (ACB Budapest), Antti Laitinen (Anhava Helsinki), Gérard Rondeau (Baudoin Lebon Paris), Richard Mosse (Carlier Gebauer Berlin), Steve Kahn (Casemore Kirkeby San Francisco), Michel Journiac (Christophe Gaillard Paris), Erik Madigan Heck (Christophe Guye Zurich), James Nachtwey (Contrasto Milan), Erez Israeli (Crone Vienne), David Goldblatt –(Goddman Johannesbourg / Le Cap), Yojiro Imasaka (Miyako Yoshinaga New York). Original private collections will be featured as well : the collection of Californian Nion McEvoy and the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection bringing together a 150 year history of photography through a diversity of styles and techniques.

The legendary camera and lens company Leica, used by many photojournalists throughout history, will be represented by the Leica Oskar Barnack and the Leica Newcomer prizes. Winners are respectively the Belgian photographer Max Pinckers and the Russian photographer Mary Gelman. Many more events, prizes and shows will complete this program, to make it the most exhaustive and amazing event in Europe about the art of photography. It takes place in November 2018, from the 8th to the 11th. Grand Palais, 3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75008 Paris, France. For more information visit parisphoto.com . Source : Press Folder 2018 – Paris Photo .

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