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FIAC 2016

Contemporary art fair FIAC takes over nearly 200 galleries across the capital from October 20-23 2016

 (Galerie Bärbel Grässlin / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Bärbel Grässlin / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Hans Mayer / Nam June Paik / Photo : © TB/ FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Hans Mayer / Nam June Paik / Photo : © TB/ FIAC 2015
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 (Galerie Praz Delavallade / Pierre Ardouvin / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Praz Delavallade / Pierre Ardouvin / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie G.-P. & N. Vallois / Henrique Oliveira / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie G.-P. & N. Vallois / Henrique Oliveira / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Crèvecœur / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Crèvecœur / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Van de Weghe / Paul McCarthy / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Van de Weghe / Paul McCarthy / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galleria Continua / Ai Weiwei / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galleria Continua / Ai Weiwei / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie G.-P. & N. Vallois / Gilles Barbier / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie G.-P. & N. Vallois / Gilles Barbier / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin / Xavier Veilhan / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin / Xavier Veilhan / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
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Johnen Galerie / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Hauser & Wirth Gallery / Roni Horn / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Hauser & Wirth Gallery / Roni Horn / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Bugada & Cargnel / Wilfrid Almendra / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Bugada & Cargnel / Wilfrid Almendra / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Gladstone Gallery / Anish Kapoor / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Gladstone Gallery / Anish Kapoor / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Catherine Bastide / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Catherine Bastide / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Anne de Villepoix / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Anne de Villepoix / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Jocelyn Wolff / Miriam Cahn / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Jocelyn Wolff / Miriam Cahn / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (White Cube / Damien Hirst / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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White Cube / Damien Hirst / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
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 (Galerie Eigen + Art / Marc Desgrandchamps / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Eigen + Art / Marc Desgrandchamps / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Daniel Templon / Jan Fabre / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Daniel Templon / Jan Fabre / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Skarstedt / Juan Muñoz / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Skarstedt / Juan Muñoz / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Waddington Custot Gallery / Jean Dubuffet / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Waddington Custot Gallery / Jean Dubuffet / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015
 (Galerie Lelong Jaume Plensa / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015)
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Galerie Lelong Jaume Plensa / Photo : © TB / FIAC 2015

When? October 20-23 2016
What? A huge contemporary art fair celebrating the best of modern art around the world
Where? The Grand Palais

Paris’s colossal contemporary art fair FIAC has upped its game yet again for its 43rd edition. With a programme including 187 exhibiting their works at the Grand Palais alone, the event is also expanding its reach this year with an ambitious sister event: ‘FIAC Hors Les Murs’ (‘beyond the walls’, i.e. in locations outside the Grand Palais itself).

Perhaps because of the hefty entry charges and corporate feel of the main event, ‘FIAC Hors Les Murs’ has been a hit in recent years, with free outdoor and indoor exhibitions proving extremely popular at the Jardin des Tuileries, Jardin des Plantes, Place Vendôme and along the banks of the Seine. The same is sure to be true this year, as attractions include outdoor galleries, sculptures, performances and film screenings.

This year will also see a new addition to the art fair, namely ‘On Site’, held at the Petit Palais is association with the gallery’s curator, Christophe Leribault. The exhibition space will host sculpture and installations, offering galleries a chance to exhibit separately from their stands in the Grand Palais.

As ever, if you haven’t wangled yourself a guest ticket, expect high prices: €35 for entry to Grand Palais or €60 with a catalogue, €20 if you’re under 26, or free for under-12s (FIAC has always been aimed more at professional collectors and dealers than at the general public). Thankfully, the equally inspiring ‘Hors Les Murs’ exhibits are free for all and continue until November. For more information, visit the FIAC website

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