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FIAC announces 2019 exhibitor list
Portrait of Yayoi Kusama, 2017. Courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Singapore/Shanghai and Victoria Miro, London/Venice © YAYOI KUSAMA.

PARIS.- For its 46th edition, which will take place from 17 to 20 October 2019 in Paris, FIAC will host an exacting selection of modern art, contemporary art, and design galleries, among the most emblematic of the international scene within the prestigious nave and exhibition rooms of the Grand Palais.

This year, FIAC brings together 197 galleries from 29 countries. Coming together from all over the world, the diversity of FIAC’s exhibitors and their loyalty year after year reflects the magnetic attraction of Paris in the international creative community.

Participants to the General Sector were selected by a committee formed by internationally renowned gallerists : Isabelle Alfonsi (Marcelle Alix, Paris), Olivier Antoine (Art : Concept, Paris), Florence Bonnefous (Air de Paris, Paris), Daniel Buchholz (Buchholz, Berlin, Köln, New York), Mark Dickenson (Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt), Joseph Nahmad (Nahmad Contemporary, New York), Niklas Svennung (Chantal Crousel, Paris), Christophe Van de Weghe (Van de Weghe, New York) and Paolo Zani (ZERO…, Milano).

FIAC confirms its desire to host emerging galleries and artists, notably within the Lafayette Sector, whose 10 participants receive significant financial support from the Galeries Lafayette Group, Official Partner of FIAC since 2009.

Galleries exhibiting in the Lafayette Sector were selected by a jury comprising Guillaume Houzé (President of Lafayette Anticipations – Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette, Paris), Mark Dickenson (Gallerist, Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt), Anna Gritz (Curator, KW Insitute for Contemporary Art, Berlin), Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel (Curator of the next edition of the Riga Biennial, Paris), François Quintin (Managing Director, Fondation d’Entreprise Galeries Lafayette, Paris) and Matt Williams (Independent Curator, London).

FIAC’s 2019 edition reaffirms its powerful cultural vocation through three emblematic sectors: FIAC Projects, FIAC Programmes and FIAC Hors les Murs. This original, diversified and accessible program will be a source of surprise and delight for a wide audience, united in the celebration of contemporary creation during this special week in Paris.

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