November 10th- 13th, 2022
PARIS PHOTO 25th Edition – Grand Palais éphémère, Paris FR
Paris Photo returns to the Grand Palais Éphémère in the heart of Paris for its 25th edition. Since 1997, the fair has worked to develop and support photographic creation by promoting the work of gallery owners, publishers and artists.
The 25th edition of Paris Photo is organized around 3 sectors bringing together 183 exhibitors from 31 countries.
In the main sector gathers 134 galleries from 29 countries, including 18 new galleries compared to 2021. The Curiosa sector, dedicated to emerging art, brings together 16 galleries (including 11 new) from 9 countries under the direction of guest curator Holly Roussell.
The book sector gathers 34 publishers (including 4 new) from 9 countries, offering unique editions and avant-premiere book releases with a signature program bringing together the greatest names in photography from all over the world.
The Elles x Paris Photo fair path, orchestrated this year by Federica Chiocchetti promotes the visitbility of women artists and their contribution to the history of photography.
A program of conversations, exhibitions and prizes is offered to visitors allowing them to develop their knowledge of the medium.
Thanks to the lasting engagement and support of BMW and J.P. Morgan Private Bank, official partners, and the fair’s many public and private partners, Paris Photo reaffirms for its 25th edition its role as the most important annual meeting place for photography.
24 Solo Shows are proposed in the main sector for this 25th edition. Among them, we find Daniel Gordon with a unique installation at HUXLEY PARLOUR (London), Barbara Probst with a triptych realized during the confinement and her work in 12 parts Exposure #106 at KUCKEI + KUCKEI (Berlin), Boris Mikhaïlov at SUZANNE TARASIEVE (Paris) with an homage to the Ukrainian people in a rarely shown series, Theater of War.
Among the 14 duo shows proposed, ANNE-SARAH BENICHOU gallery (Paris) unveils 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 at TOBE (Budapest), find a selection of works by Anna Fabricius and Dafna Talmor.
Among the group shows announced, ADN (Barcelona) explores the iconography of disaster and protest, particularly in terms of femininity and mass media; KARSTEN GREVE (Paris) presents three masters of photography, Eugène Atget, Brassaï and Edward Steichen. MAGNUM (Paris) celebrates the 75th anniversary of the agency with an exhibition of Magnum artists curated by Martin Parr. FRAENKEL (San Francisco) brings together a selection of the gallery’s renowned artists, with the introduction of Carrie Mae Weems and her images from
her Louisiana Project.