Paris Photo 2014



Paris Photo 2014

Past: November 13 → 16, 2014

The 18th edition of Paris Photo welcomes 35 countries world-wide including for the first time Brazil, Chili, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and Turkey, 143 galleries and 26 art book dealers/publishers showcase both contemporary and historic works encompassing the prolific medium of photography today.

A rich ensemble of exhibitions completes this panorama offering our visitors a broad perspective and appreciation of the field. We are extremely proud to welcome for the first time in Paris in the Salon d’Honneur, two important exhibitions : The MoMA present their programme of Recent Acquisitions, demonstrating the institution’s pioneering force for the promotion of the language of photography.

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Marcia Resnick, Not Wanting to be Publicly Kissed by a Boy, She Avoided Games of Spin-the-Bottle, 1978 Gelatin silver print — 13.3 × 19.7 cm © The Museum of Modern Art, New York Acquis grâce à la générosité de Roxann Taylor — © 2014 Marcia Resnick

The Private collection of The Alkazi Collection of Photography, with meticulously staged and ornamented painted photographs from India and Southern Asia.

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Photographe commercial, Une femme sur le divan avec un téléphone — Tirage gélatino-argentique avec rehauts de peinture à l’huile — 39,2 x 60,5 cm — Vers 1920-40 Courtesy of Collection de photographie Alkazi

The Paris Photo Platform, organized by independent curator Urs Stahel, reunite artists, curators, historians, and writers, promoting reflection and exchange with a cycle of conversations. Continuing the narrative of the photobook, this year’s Open Book exhibition is dedicated to artists books published between the 1960s and today with singular works by many of photography’s most innovative protagonists. In partnership with the Aperture Foundation, Paris Photo presents the 4th annual Photobook Awards introducing a new category for the “Photography Catalog of the Year”.

Julien Frydman, director of Paris Photo
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Avenue Winston-Churchill

75008 Paris

T. 01 44 13 17 17

Champs-Élysées – Clemenceau
Franklin D.Roosevelt

Opening hours

From Thursday 20 to Sunday 23, from noon to 8PM. Friday, October 21 to 9PM.

Admission fee

Full rate €35.00 — Concessions €20.00

Moins de 12 ans, gratuit

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